These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Rain or Shine Theatre Company returns with Twelfth Night which is sure to prove a side-splitting quirky rendition of one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies. Performance at 7.30pm
Glastonbury Fringe will be series of independently produced local performances and workshops – music, dance, drama, comedy, poetry, crafts, film and art spread throughout the town during the period 9th – 21st June.
Somerset Rural Life Museum which has been closed for the past 3 years for redevelopment is to reopen on Saturday June 3rd 2017 with a free family fun day. Visitors will also be able to enjoy the Museum’s first temporary exhibition, ‘Farm’, a collection of paintings, drawings and the voices of Somerset farmers by artist Kate Lynch.
Make and paint a shield 11am to 1pm. Normal Admission Applies
In this talk, Lasare Maloney, will discuss how to work with our emotional states. She will inspire you to learn to trust and understand your emotional guidance system, the role it plays in actively generating the life that you live and how to be more playful and empowered with the way you feel.
Join Morgana West on an exploratory journey through the initiatory stages of ‘A Glastonbury Experience’, the phrase often ascribed to the turbulent period that might occur soon after we have been drawn to live in Glastonbury.
Tim Whild is returning to Glastonbury with a high frequency talk on Practical Ascension. Tim will be leading us through several meditations/visualisations to raise our frequency and fully activate our 12 ascension chakras. He will also explain how simple it is to maintain this vibration even through challenging periods.
In the 1960s Ranchor Prime left home to find God. Feeling the sense of lost identity he entered a great stillness and emptiness, which lead him deeply towards nature and spirit. In this beautiful book, ‘The Journey of The Eight Elements’ he reflects on his journey and, one by one, introduces the reader to the eight elements of ancient Hindu cosmology.
Peter will talk on the rediscovered ‘lost book’ of 1805, ‘Artes Magicae or the Ancient & Occult Secrets of the Menoroth’ by John Parkins. This book presents an incredible and fascinating new understanding of the Qabbalah and enlarges the Qabbalistic concept beyond all bounderies, taking Qabbalism into new and Biblical dimensions.
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 to help with Planting the Medieval Kitchen Garden on Wednesday 3rd May. For full details and how to apply, click on the title above to open the full article.