Sunday 5 July 2009

This week's pagan events

For details of future events visit my events page at, but here are this week's pagan events in London:

Now until 13 September; The Truth About Faeries: From Midsummers Night's Dream to Lord of the Rings. Fairy art exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery Civic Centre, Commercial Road, Southampton, Hampshire, Postcode: SO14 7LP. Tel: 023 8083 4563. Email: Website:

Sunday 5 July; Mind, Body & Spirit Fayre at Wesgate Hall, Canterbury, Kent. Entry £2. For details visit or

Tuesday 7 July; Align: a hallucinatory journey along a atraight line through the psychogeography and myth of London. A performance by Robert Kingham and Rich Cochrane at The George Inn, Southwark, London. Starts at 7.30pm. Cost £5 on the door. More details on

Tuesday 7 July; As-K-Ra The Jade Skeleton and New Consciousness Awakening. Tracey Ash and Suzy Castleman present As-k-ra, a Jade skeleton, at The College of Psychic Studies 16 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2EB. Time: 7pm - 8.30pm. Cost: £5.

Wednesday 8 July; The 13 Bad Wolves: A Neuro-Diverse Mystery. Talk by Drewyd Galdron at Pagan Forum Secret Chiefs, Devereux public house, 20 Devereux Court, off Essex Street, London WC2. Meet from 7.30pm, event starts at 8.30pm. Admission £2.

Saturday 11 July; The Crow's Nest: a pirate poetry grog fest aboard The Golden Hinde, a replica of Drake's galleon, moored in Mary Overie dock next to Southwark Cathedral, London SE1. Cap'n John Crow, aka John Constable, will be performing poems and songs from The Southwark Mysteries with performances by other poets and artists from 7pm. Tickets £8/£5 concs. RSVP: This event is part of the London Bridge Festival: For more on John Crow:

Saturday 11 July; Shamanic, Trance Dance & Shaking. Venue: Jacksons Lane Community Centre, 269a Archway Road, London N6 5AA. 8pm-10pm. Cost £9. Tel Archan: 07914 20567.

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

1 comment:

chilledchimp said...

We went to Align last night and I recommend it to anyone interested in ley lines. Forteana and the history of London. It was long - three hours including intervals - but never failed to hold my interest. It's on again next Tuesday at the same venue.