Friday 1 June 2012

Pagan Events Over the Bank Holiday and Next Week

Friday 1 June - Sunday 3 June; The Magical Faerie Festival 2012. The Magical Faerie Festival 2012 celebrates colour, light and everything magical with a weekend of live music, workshops, a large faery market, camping and more. Location: Findon, near Worthing, West Sussex. Adult weekend tickets are £50 and day tickets are £20. For more details visit This event is organised by The Magical Times Magazine -

Now to Bank Holiday Monday 4 June; Mind Body Spirit London Festival. Venue: Earls Court, Brompton Hall, London SW5 9TA. Time: from 11am to 6pm weekdays, 10am to 7pm at the weekend and from 10am to 5pm on Bank Holiday Monday. Tickets cost £10 on the door, £8 advance. For full programme details or to buy advance tickets, call the ticket hotline: 020 7371 9191 or visit

Sunday 3 June; Open House at Treadwells, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. Time: Noon to 7pm. Free social event, but please book your place in advance. Readings from books at 2pm and 4pm - this week Orphic Hymns.

Monday 4 June; Genius Loci opening - a new book and music shop selling books on occultism, art, natural history, wild food, cookery, bohemian literature, mythology and books for children as well as music on vinyl and CD. Location: 13 Kings Road, St Leonards on Sea, near Hastings, East Sussex. Official shop opening at 10.30am.

Monday 4 June; Journey Into Wicca: A Book of Mirrors Talk by Luthaneal Adams, author of the book of the same name, at Romford Sacred Hart Moot. This pagan moot meets on the 1st Monday of every month, from 7pm to 10.30pm at Edge Nightclub, by Romford Market, Romford. Entry £3 or £2 for PF members. More details on

Tuesday, June 5; Free Gathering at Primrose Hill for the Venus Transit. Meet-up and meditation to tune in with the energies of the Venus transit, star sounds and the Olympic site. Meet at 7.15pm outside Chalk Farm Tube Station, Adelaide Road, London NW3 2BN. Organised by Anthea and Wesley Jackson. Free event, but bring food and drinks to share and a crystal. The Venus transit happens around midnight, but the organisers realise that not everyone will be able to stay that late. To reserve a place and for more information, visit

Wednesday 6 June; Atlantis Bookshops Presents Psychic Cafe. Psychic evening that takes place every fourth Wednesday at Milfords, 1 Milford Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2R 3LL. Milford Lane is the street parallel to Essex Street. Meet from 7.30pm, event starts at 8pm. Admission £8. Visit

Thursday 7 June; Images for Initiates: Decoding Botticelli (Botticelli's Birth of Venus is pictured at the top). Lecture by Ruth Clydesdale at Treadwells, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. Time: 7.15pm for 7.30pm start. Tickets £7. Reserve a place by emailing

Friday 8 June; An Evening of Mediumship with Henry Cumming at The College of Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2EB. Time: 7pm. Cost: £5/8. Advance booking advised. Tel: 020 7589 3292.

Saturday 9 June; A ramble through the history and music of New Cross and Deptford. Guided walk exploring the subversive, rebellious and social history of London with Past Tense. Meet at 2pm outside the Hobgoblin pub, New Cross Road, Lodnon SE14 opposite New Cross Gate station. The is a free event and should last up to two hours. Email

Sunday 10 June; Pendulum Dowsing. Workshop at the Aetherius Society Meetup. Venue: Inner Potential Centre, 36 Kelvedon Road, Fulham, London SW6 5BW. From 2pm - 5pm. Cost: £25. Light refreshments included. For more details and to book places, visit

Sunday 10 June; Sound Journey: Forgiveness. A relaxing sound journey by Sound of Love with gongs, crystal singing bowls, didgeridoos, chants and shamanic instruments. Venue: St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road, London NW1 1UL. Time: 7.40pm start. Cost: £15. Bring a blanket to sit on. For more details visit

Sunday 10 June; Jyorei healing workshop with Shumei UK. Flat 5, 25 Adamson Road, London NW3 3HT. Time: 10am - 7pm. Suggested donation £10. For more details about Shumei visit For details about the workshop, call 0207 483 2700


Unknown said...

Sigh... sometimes I feel like these weekly posts should be titled "A Dozen More Reasons Pallas Needs to Get Over Himself and Move to London Already." I'd have to drag myself around half the States to find all this.

Badwitch said...

I think London is possibly the best city in the world to live in at the moment if you are a pagan or interested in mind, body, spirit events. Glastonbury probably has more going on in respect of the relative size of the two spiritual centres, but London offers such a variety of things.