These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
IK Productions are returning with The Wind in the Willows, an open-air theatrical production of Kenneth Graham’s classic children’s novel.
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.
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.
We gather at the well head at 12 pm for celebration and meditation until 12:30. At 12:30 we invite you to join us around the fire on the lower lawn for informal ’conversation’. We hope this will be an opportunity for people to share ideas, thoughts and beliefs, and a chance to increase connection through understanding. Read more …
On Sunday July 24th 2016 Glastonbury High Street will be closed to traffic and turned into a giant vintage fair.
50 Stalls of Vintage, Retro, Antiques, Crafts and Artisan Food with Indoor Vintage Market at the URC Hall.
Supported by its original founders and a nourishing team of trustees and volunteers, the Library has managed to survive after the flood of 2014. Thanks to magnificent donations and benefactors, the Library has recovered much of the material lost in the flood and gathered updated versions of essential books. However, the cost of lifting the Read more …
The Time Traveller’s Guide to Medieval Music is a unique and exciting collaborative project between medieval ensemble The Artisans and historian, writer and BBC TV presenter Dr Ian Mortimer (of the Time Traveller’s Guide series). This candlelit show will take you on a captivating, multi-sensory tour of Medieval England and France via Old English carols, Read more …
There is so much written about ‘The Law of Attraction’ and people are confused. Join Michael in this practical evening where you will discover the answers you are looking for: Proven ways that have worked for thousands of people- and will work for you.
Touring from the University of Durham, Castle Theatre Company presents one of Shakespeare’s greatest, timeless comedies – Much Ado About Nothing.
Centred on two pairs of feuding lovers, the play explores gossip, deception and the never ending search for love.
Returning for its second year, a Family Friendly Celebration of Wonder on the Ancient Isle of Avalon Join a Mystic Cast of Wizards, Magicians and Wonder Workers for Close-up, Street and Stage Magic. Lectures, Workshops and The Crystal Ball, a Magical Masquerade. All events are individually ticketed and very reasonably priced,