Events happening in the Glastonbury area this week, or the near future.
Events in and around Glastonbury
The last in a series of six workshops designed to explore in some detail exactly why, and how, we do what we do in magical practice. Liz will be looking at the origins of the contemporary magical arts – but also considering whether, why and how they work.
Now in it’s 3rd year, this week-long project, will again bring together local organisations, individuals and the community from Glastonbury and surrounds, to celebrate and support hundreds of local children, youth and families through the provision of low cost workshops, activities, entertainment and performances.
IK Productions are returning with The Wind in the Willows, an open-air theatrical production of Kenneth Graham’s classic children’s novel.
The Festival Players are established as one of our most popular touring Shakespeare companies and 2016 is set to be one of the group’s best visits yet. An iconic play that needs no introduction, expect traditional costumes and a highly accomplished cast.
A once a year event giving you the chance to see the stunning Abbey ruins as you’ve never seen them before – spectacularly lit with coloured lights and the Abbey grounds filled with music and entertainments to suit all tastes.
The annual fun-fair returns to continue the 800-year-old tradition of the Tor Fair.
Drawing on her songs and poetry, Caitlin will explore how we pick up the contacts and inspirations about the many-layered spiritual path that we each follow. These windows to other worlds are the invitations that lead us to explore the path ever more deeply; if we stick at it and actually visit, rather than just study, wonderful connections result.
Glastonbury Town Hall. Refreshments & Hot food all day. Over 40 enchanting and magical stalls. Free Admission.
Literary Festival held in the beautiful small city of Wells where you can hear talks on fiction, politics, travel, history, biography, science, philosophy … and much more.
November 15th 1539 is generally held to be the day on which the last Abbott of Glastonbury, Richard Whiting was executed for alleged treason. On this day we commemorate him within the town.