Alas, the pandemic prevented us from holding our programme of events in the spring, but we have two exhibitions planned for the autumn of this year. All are welcome, entrance is free but you are kindly asked to make a small donation which will be used for the upkeep of the site and the historical tombs.

Note: in accordance with current national regulations you will need to be a Green Pass holder to access the Garden Room.

Sleepwalkers (rendez-vous onirico) an installation by the Roman artist Francesca Vitale including a collection of photomontages using images from the Non-Catholic Cemetery Rome and the Cemetery of San Michele in Venice and a “sound carpet”, an audio homage to Yves Klein.

Exhibition opening in the Garden Room from 10.30am on Saturday 16 October.

Because of Covid restrictions, we will not be able to have our usual vernissage, but you are cordially invited for the opening, where the artist will be present. A limited number of persons at a time can enter the Garden Room to experience the installation, which will continue to run during the usual Cemetery opening hours until Sunday 25 October.

To celebrate the bicentenary of the deaths of the two Romantic poets, both of who are buried in the Cemetery, an exhibition in English and Italian about the tombs of John Keats (died 23 February 1821) and Percy Bysshe Shelley (died 8 July 1822).

In the Garden Room from Tuesday 27 October until Christmas.

The book by NICHOLAS STANLEY- PRICE “The tombs in Rome of John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley” is on sale in the Visitors Centre of the Cemetery (€10).




Watch this space for additional events