Jacks Key Dates
End of May
Indulge in an exclusive sumptuous supper with us Saturday 26th March. A new concept Head Chef Andy has produced which showcases his already known passion & culinary skills.
Every Monday, 2 pm till 4 pm
The Chatty Cafe Scheme
The Chatty Cafe Scheme aims to fight loneliness by getting people chatting. Every Monday we have a table available for anyone and everyone to sit at specifically to chat to new people.
Corinium Museum April Happenings
4th March - 23rd April
Transient Light and the Landscape
A collaborative exhibition of paintings by Abigail Waddell and Photographs by Stephen Shepherd. In this show the artists combine their different styles of recording the landscape into a single set of creative images all exploring the nature of light, landscape and capturing that transient moment, never to be seen exactly the same again.
Private View: Wed 13th April 7 pm - 9 pm | Meet the Artist at 5th March 11 am - 2 pm
13th April, 6:45 pm
La Traviata, The Royal Opera | Live
19th-century Paris is a place of contrasts; glamour and superficiality, love and lust, life and death. Courtesan Violetta sings some of Verdi's most acclaimed arias including the joyous 'Sempre libera' inn her poignant and passionate encounters with Alfredo and Germont.
£17 Adults | £15 Members
The Corinium Sessions
16th April, 7:30 pm
The Corinium Sessions event returns to Corinium Museum with more 'Music among the Mosaics'. Taking place in the atmospheric Hare Gallery, the crystal clear acoustics make it truly unique way to experience live music.
£15 Adults | £12 Members
Discover @ The Stores
27th April, 11 am
Join us to discover the Museum Stores: the Cotswolds from prehistory to the 1950's, through stone, costume, pottery, rural life and social history. We have scythes and hoovers, pottery from all the ages and Roman mosaics, carved column plinths and stone coffins, medieval tiles and corbels, smocks and an ambassador's sword.
£7.50 Adults | £6.50 Members
Marion Bond Exhibition
28th April - 21st May
Light from the expansive skyscapes of The Cotswolds has inspired Marion Bon's landscapes, as kaleidoscopic colours are intensified and details are cast into relief. An admirer of The Scottish Colourists, Marion has taken Feste'ss advice in 'Twelfth Night' to 'fear no colours' and has been emboldened to use a spectrum of hues to depict and to respond to a wide range of subjects. Local scenes and international locations are featured, from South Cerney, to Shoreham, Victoria (Australia) Her debut solo exhibition at The Corinium Museum Gallery, Cirencester will feature large acrylic paintings, giclee prints, digital photography and greetings cards.
Cirencester Charter Markets
Every Monday 10 am to 4 pm
Every Friday 9 am to 3 pm
Cirencester Farmers’ Market
Every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the Month
9 am to 2:30 pm
Cirencester Arts & Craft Market
1st Saturday of the Month
9 am to 5 pm