Monday, 6 October 2008

Pagan Events and Festivals

Tuesday 7 October; In the Footsteps of John Dee. Talk on John Dee's travels by Robin Cousins. Third in The Mortlake Lectures series of four talks. Venue: St Mary the Virgin, Mortlake High Street. Doors open at 7pm, lecture starts at 8pm. Tickets £7 on the door; joint ticket of all four lectures £25.


Tuesday 7 October; Voudon Gnosis - book launch party. Party to launch Voudon Gnosis by David Beth. Venue: Treadwells, 34 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7PB. 7pm start. Entry is free but booking is essential. Tel: 020 7240 8906 or email: info@treadwells-london.com.


Tuesday 7 October; Right Brain - Our Connection to Spirit, Psychic Ability & Creation. Lecture by June-Elleni Laine at the College for Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2EB. Doors open 6.30pm; lecture 7pm-8.30pm. Tickets £5 members, £8 non-members. Tel: 020 7589 3292.

Wednesday 8 October; Tree hugging and statue venerating. Talk by Dr Graham Harvey at The Moot With No Name, Devereux public house, 20 Devereux Court, off Essex Street, London WC2. Meet from 7.30pm, talk starts at 8.30pm. Admission £2.

Saturday 11 October; Circle of the Elements workshop with Marian Green at Atlantis Bookshop, 49a Museum Street, London WC1A 1LY. 11am to 5pm. Price £30. Booking essential. For more details and tickets call 020 7405 2121 or visit http://www.theatlantisbookshop.com/

Saturday 8 November; Witchfest International. One of the most popular gatherings of witches in the world, featuring talks, workshops, a market, live music, food, a bar, a late rock club, dancing and much more organised by The Children of Artemis. 10am to 1am. Tickets priced £20/£24. For more information and to buy tickets online, visit: http://www.witchfest.net/

If you know of any pagan events and want them listed on A Bad Witch's Blog, email me at badwitch1234@gmail.com or leave a comment below.

2 comments:

chilledchimp said...

I went to the talk on John Dee tonight and it was excellent. The church itself is pretty, too and the churchyard at night very atmospheric. Anyone interested in John Dee may like to know that there has been some discussion about setting up a John Dee Society with some kind of event at least annually. On 18th October there is going to be an Elizabethan Fair around Mortlake with performances from local schools and a Tudor banquet.

badwitch said...

Thanks very much for the information. I hope the John Dee Society gets off the ground.