Here are events in London and other parts of the UK that could be of interest to pagans. If you know of an event that you want listed, please email the details to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. For details of future events, click on the events link above.
Now until 25 October; The Minotaur - art exhibition that transforms The Old Vic Tunnels, in London, into a subterranean maze, with optional eating experience. For more details and to book tickets visit: http://theminotaur.co.uk/ You can also buy prints from the show, such as the official poster pictured right, at The Outsiders online art store: http://www.theoutsiders.net/
Sunday, 16 October; Dawn of the Oak. Monthly moot on the third Sunday of each month that aims to provide a casual, safe and friendly environment for pagans to meet and learn from each other. Location: The Castle, 34-35 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, London EC1M 6DB Time: 3pm - 6pm.
Monday, 17 October; Croydon Crows. PF moot held every 3rd Monday of each month at the Skylark pub, South End, South Croydon from 8pm onwards.
Tuesday 18 October; The Founding Father Of Sound Therapy And The Tama Do (Way Of The Soul) Academy. Special Event with Fabien Maman at The College of Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2EB. Time: 7pm - 8.30pm. Cost: £10/£15. Advance booking essential. Tel: 020 7589 3292. http://www.collegeofpsychicstudies.co.uk/index.html
Tuesday 18 October; Kenneth Grant's Against the Light: Reflections upon the Work. Talk by Michael Staley at Treadwells, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. 7.15pm for 7.30pm start. Ticket price £7 in advance. Tel: 0207 419 8507 or email: email@example.com http://www.treadwells-london.com/
Wednesday 19 October; Doktor Snake (AKA Jimmy Lee Shreeve) - cult author talking at Pagan forum The Moot with No Name. Venue: Devereux public house, 20 Devereux Court, off Essex Street, London WC2R 3JJ. Meet from 7.30pm, event starts at 8pm. Admission £5. Visit http://www.theatlantisbookshopevents.com/
Friday 21 - Sunday 23 October, The Bloomsbury Festival - a festival that celebrates the area of Bloomsbury in London. Treadwell's will have a stall there and will be running demonstrations of candle magic and incense. The festival is free - for more details visit http://www.bloomsburyfestival.org.uk/
Friday 21 October; Dark Working Sorcerers: Illusion and the Occult. Performance and lecture by The London Magician at Treadwells, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. 7.15pm for 7.30pm start. Ticket price £10 in advance. Tel: 0207 419 8507 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.treadwells-london.com/
Friday 21 October; Spooky Smithfields And Beyond. A Haunted History Walk with Phantasmagoria Events. Meeting point: The Butchers Hook and Cleaver, West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9DY. Time: 7.30pm-9.15pm. Price: £10 - advance booking essential. To buy tickets or for more details visit: http://www.londonparanormal.com/hauntedhistorywalks/
Saturday 22 October; Witching Herbs Workshop with Sensory Solutions at Triple Moon Apocathery, Crews Hill, EN2 9DG. Time: 2pm-4pm. Cost £20 advance booking essential. Call Fiona on 07830195745 or Karen on 07865081927. http://www.sensorysolutions.co.uk
Saturday 22 October to Sunday 9 September; Mummers, Maypoles and Milkmaids. Free exhibition, coinciding with the publication of the book of the same name,bringing together 50 photographs of regional rituals performed throughout the year from Cornwall to Northumberland to mark the changing seasons and celebrate nature's bounty. Location: Horniman Museum, 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ.For more details, visit www.horniman.ac.uk
Sunday, 23 October; Cross Bones Vigil and Ceremony to honour The Goose and the outcast dead of Cross Bones Graveyard, including traditional Crossbones Halloween ceremony. Gather from 6.45pm in Redcross Way outside the Memorial Gates, SE1, opposite the Boot and Flogger, just north of the junction with Union Street. Nearest tubes Borough or London Bridge, 5 minutes walk away. The event is free and starts at 7pm. Please bring offerings, such as flowers or ribbons, to tie to the gates. http://www.crossbones.org.uk/