From the Iron Age through to the present day, artists have drawn on zoomorphic imagery and incorporated this into their work.
An evening lecture exploring the Roman Army and their role in Britain. Military historian John Smith will explore archaeological evidence of Roman military equipment and how this translates into creating a picture of the Roman soldier.
Brewery Blues Night. Headlined by The Rebecca Downes Band
How these can tell us about the crops, fruits and flavourings used in Iron Age and Roman Britain.
Celebrating Gloucestershire businesses and providing a platform for collaboration, growth, communication, promotion and innovation. Possibly the largest business 2 business event in the county and open to all size and industry of business.
Hands on talk where Erica will explore how plant remains are recovered from archaeological sites.
Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night at the Museum.
Baby friendly Corinium Cinema screenings of The Theory of Everything exclusively for parents and guardians with new babies or pre-school children.
Using the pottery on display in the museum, Dan will demonstrate what we can learn about eating and drinking habits from pottery.
John Moore (1907 – 1967) was a Gloucestershire born countryside writer and an early proponent of conservation.