These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Just confirmed: Friday 27th April Beltane firewalk Advance booking essential. Please register with firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday 28th April The Big Shiny Positive Living Event – Glastonbury Town Hall 11am – 7pm Talks, workshops, therapists & stalls. Entry £3.00 includes all workshops. Monday 30th April Beltane Ceremony Glastonbury Goddess Hall 7.30pm – 9.30pm (Wearing red if possible) Read more …
The talk is titled ‘Christian contemplation. The spiritual practice that was at the heart of Glastonbury Abbey. Where is this practice today?’
Glastonbury has the highest number of belief systems per capita in the world and on 21st April this will be celebrated with a Unity celebration at Chalice Well at 4pm.
Majma is fast becoming the “small, but perfectly formed festival.” Since Raheesha and the Desert Divas took over the festival in March 2008, their aim is to unite and showcase dancers by offering them a unique festival experience. Among the highlights planned for Majma 2012 are: Two evening gala performances featuring highly-skilled International Guest Stars Read more …
The town centre’s largest event of the year with a procession of floats lasting all evening.
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.
Excellent evening performances in the Abbey Grounds
The 30th Glastonbury Childrens Festival takes place August 5th – 8th 2011. Whilst this year’s programme has yet to be released, going by past events where else could you find 6 quality shows every day, plus all the extras around the site for an affordable one-off entrance fee? These extras included a Craft Tent, Clay Read more …
This year the conference celebrates the Goddess of Water, in Avalon the Goddess of Water is known as the Lady of the Lake, Lady of the Holy Springs and Wells, and Lady of the Mists that surround the Isle of Avalon. Participate in a programme full of adorations and songs of praise, with opportunities to participate in Sacred Ceremonies, listen to presentations, participate in music, song, poetry and dance the night away at the Sunday evening Goddess Gala Buffet and Masque.
This one-day symposium will focus on the archaeological analysis of the excavation archive from 1908 to 1979