These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Wessex Research Group host a talk by Peter Knight entitled ‘Dartmoor Mindscapes’. Peter uncovers the intricate relationships between tor outcrops and other natural features, with stone circles, stone rows, cairns and megaliths. Peter proposes how our prehistoric ancestors interacted with notable outcrops, simulacra, rock basins and propped stones
During this experiential evening, Jo will share her journey exploring the Mayan Wavespell. Open this full article for a fascinating full description.
Glastonbury PLG ‘Deities that challenge mainstream concepts of Spirituality and Sexuality’ – with Martin Campbell
Martin’s talk will set in the context of the historical and modern World, the lost history of Gods, Goddesses and historical figures who did/do not conform to standard concept of spiritual sexuality (‘one man and one woman’).
As part of the project to create a medieval kitchen garden in the style once seen hundreds of years ago at Glastonbury Abbey, volunteers are needed for a Hurdle Making course. For full details and how to apply, click on the title above to open the full article.
This evening Miguel Dean will weave together his own inspirational story with that of humanity’s unfolding story at this pivotal time in our evolution.
Daily activities from 11am to 1pm, include a story telling workshop, making a “kindness tree” and making a simple twig loom. Also have fun discovering more about the trees at the abbey with an activity bag.
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.
In 1189, the monks of Glastonbury Abbey astounded the world by claiming to have uncovered King Arthur’s bones and visitors to the abbey, ranging from King Edward I to modern day tourists, have been fascinated by this story ever since. Over the Bank Holiday weekend we will explore this link with King Arthur through fun-filled Read more …
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.
IK Productions are returning with The Wind in the Willows, an open-air theatrical production of Kenneth Graham’s classic children’s novel.