This year we will present a number of small events at the Cemetery. 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.

Katzen in Rom auf dem Cimitero Acattolico - presentation of the book of photographs of the Cemetery cats and exhibition of images from the book by the German photographer Uta Susse-Krause. A concert of English Baroque music by Händel, Purcell and Dowland by the countertenor Niels Wanderer will follow.
Garden Room at Cemetery, Saturday 7 April at 11.00.

The exhibition will remain open during Cemetery opening hours until 17 April.

The book is on sale in the Cemetery Visitor Centre.

“CONTINUUM” an exhibition of new artworks on the theme of time, inspired by the Cemetery by Italian artist Ennio Tamburi. The exhibition is curated by Luca Arnaudo.

Exhibition Opening: in the Garden Room, Thursday 17 May 18.00 – 19.30 with light refreshments.

The exhibition can be visited during Cemetery opening hours from Friday 18 May to Saturday 30 June. See for Cemetery opening times.

An Enamoured Eye a 60-minute reading from the Venice and Rome sections of John Addington Symonds's once highly popular Sketches in Italy (1879) performed by Edoardo Camponeschi, Jan Hague and Shelagh Stuchbery.

John Addington Symonds (1840-93), Victorian Cultural Historian, Aesthete and Travel Companion, is buried near Shelley in the cemetery.

In the chapel, Thursday 14 June 14th, 18.00 to 19.00. For free tickets (donations welcome for the for the cleaning of Symonds's tombstone ), send names to reserve seat

From 23 April to 17 June to coincide with the opening of the Municipal Rose Garden, the Cemetery will be open on Sundays from 9:00 to 17:00 (last entrance 16:30). The two sites are very close and could both be visited on the same day but note that the Cemetery closes earlier then the Rose Garden. For additional information visit our Rose Garden page.

More events are planned for September. Watch this space for details…