Wednesday 23 December 2015

London Pagan Events Over the Festive Holidays

As you might expect, there are not very many pagan events over the bank holidays and the days in between them, but here are some of the things taking place in and around London before Christmas and over the New Year:

Wednesday 23 December; A Christ-mass Celebration of the Soul. Christmas sacred sound journey with Grace Puskas. Venue: Fox and Phoenix, 139 Fonthill Road, London. Free event. Time: 7pm to 10pm. Details:

Wednesday 23 December; Crossbones Vigil to honour The Goose and the outcast dead of Cross Bones Graveyard. Gather from 6.45pm for a 7pm start in Redcross Way outside the Memorial Gates, SE1 1TA, opposite the Boot and Flogger pub, just north of the junction with Union Street. Nearest tubes Borough or London Bridge. The event is free, but donations are welcome. For more details, visit or

Boxing Day, 26 December: Fowlers Molly Dancers with Blackheath Morris performing in Blackheath. Venues and times: noon at the Princess of Wales, 2pm the Crown, 3pm the Hare and Billet. Free event, just turn up. More detail:

Sunday 27 December; Meditation at Russell Brands Trew Era Cafe, 30 Whitmore Road, London N1 5QA. Starts 10.15am. Free event. Details:

Tuesday 29 December; Sound Meditation. Venue: Goose Green Clinic, 57 East Dulwich Road, London SE22 9AP. Time: 10.45am. Cost:£12/£10. More information and booking:

Tuesday 29 December; Drumming Circle run by Shamanic Spirit at a venue in Croydon, South London. The circle is held on Mondays fortnightly starting at 7.30pm. For more details and to book places call 07952 041477 or visit

Sunday 3 January; Meditation at Russell Brands Trew Era Cafe, 30 Whitmore Road, London N1 5QA. Starts 10.15am. Free event. Details:

Sunday 3 January; River Thames Blessing Ceremony followed by a visit to Bankside Twelfth Night Celebrations. Organised by London Woodland Witches Magicians and Outdoor Pagans. Venue: Northern end of the Millenium Bridge, Peter's Hill, London EC1. Time: noon. Full details:

Sunday 3 January; Twelfth Night celebrations in Southwark, mixing ancient seasonal customs and theatre with contemporary festivity. On the Bankside, by Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Free event. For more details, visit

Note: I do not organise any of these events so please check with the organisers about tickets and timings before turning up to anything listed on my blog. I try to keep my events listing accurate, but do not always know of late changes, cancellations or whether events are sold out. If you know of an event you want listed, or notice a correction that needs to be made, email me at

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