These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
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,
Discover the bats at the abbey with this special event on Friday July 15 from 6pm until 9pm. Suitable for children aged seven to 12, cost is £3 per child. Places must be booked in advance as spaces are limited – call 01458 832267 during office hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Open to one adult with up Read more …
Badger watch at the Abbey. Every Thursday in July and August at 7.30pm. Booking recommended.
Never before in the history of humanity have so many orbs drawn so close to earth, in such large numbers and so frequently. More and more people are becoming aware of their divine presence; but there is the constant question: why? what? who?
Wessex Research Group host a talk by Dr Jacqueline Hobbs entitled ‘Change Your Frequency’
The fifth and penultimate of a series of 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.
Glastonbury Town Hall. Refreshments & Hot food all day. Over 40 enchanting and magical stalls. Free Admission.
Wessex Research Group host a talk by Gary Biltcliffe entitled ‘The Heart Centres of Britain’