Wednesday 24 August 2022

This Week's Pagan Events Online & Around London

Here is a listing of weird, wonderful and witchy events in London or online plus a few in other parts of the UK over the next couple of weeks. If you know of an event you want listed, please email the details to me at

Now - 25 September. Feminine Power: The Divine to the Demonic. Exhibition at the British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG. Tickets: £15 for adults/free for members.

Now to 6 January 2023; Wicked Spirits? Witchcraft and Magic. Exhibition at Colchester Castle, Essex, CO1 1TJ.
Every Wednesday and Friday; Open Days at the College of Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, London, SW7 2EB. Time: 11am - 4pm. Free, just pop in.

Wednesday 24 August (every Wednesdays); Evening Sound Bath Meditation. Venue: She's Lost Control, 42 Valentine Road, London. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £15.

Wednesday 24 August; Madeline Montalban: Magus of the Morning Star. Zoom talk by Julia Phillips through The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities. Time: 8pm. Tickets · from £5.82.

Wednesday 24 August; Awakening Wednesdays: Online Drop-in Group with Harry MacDonald via the College of Psychic Studies. Time: 8pm. Tickets: £10 (free for members).

Thursday 25 August (and other dates); Morning Meditation. Free online event via Mirthy. Time: 9am.

Thursday 25 August; Moonology Dark Moon Ceremony with Yasmin Boland. On Facebook Live via the Hay House Facebook page. Time: 11am. Free.

Thursday 25 August; Midweek Meditation with the College of Psychic Studies. Time: 3pm. Tickets: free for members/£7.50 for non members.

Thursday 25 August; Malcolm Stern talking about Slay Your Dragons With Compassion via Watkins Bookshop. Free online event. Time: 5.30pm.

Thursday 25 August (every Thursday); Talk on a paranormal subject for ASSAP members. Time: 7pm. Free event, with Zoom link details emailed out to members. To join ASSAP, for £5 per year, visit

Friday 26 August (every Friday); Friday Live Chat hosted by Rachel Patterson, author of the Kitchen Witch series of books. Time: 9am. Free.

Friday 26 - Monday 29 August; The Artemis Gathering Pagan Camp with talks, workshops, entertainment and a late night rock club. Tickets: £75/£60.

Friday 26 - Sunday 28 August; The Art of Celtic Seership: Omens and Divination from Nature with Caitlín Matthews. (involves spending short periods outside, regardless of weather). Venue: Hawkwood College, Painswick Old Rd., Stroud, Glos GL6 7QW Prices (tbc). Single £420, Shared  £380, Non-Res £320 Deposit £120.  Quote course: 22-341. Tel: 01453 759034.

Friday 26 August; New Moon Ritual Virgo with Yasmin Boland. On Facebook Live. Time: 5pm. Free.

Friday 26 August (and other dates); Laughter Yoga Playshop. Time: Time: 7pm. Free online event but £2 donations welcome.

Friday 26 August; London Witches. Walking Tour with Maria Beadell organised by Treadwells. Meet outside Farringdon Tube Station. Time: 8pm start. Tickets: £16.50.

Friday 26 August (tbc but usually last Friday of the month);  The Pagan Federation Community Quiz. Free online event. Time: 8pm.

Saturday 27 August; New Moon Sound Bath and Meditation With Spiritual Tiik London. Free Online Event. Time: 9.30am.

Saturday 27 August; CACAO Ceremony Outdoors,  on Hampstead Heath, with Freya via London Woodland Witches, Wiccans and Pagans. Meet at Hampstead Heath near Parliament Hill, London, N6 6JS). Time: 11am. Tickets: £11 pay cash on the day.

Sunday 28 August; Mythic London Super-Walk. Three hour walk with Caroline Wise, co-author of The Sceret Lore of London. In-person event via Treadwell's. Meet outside St Clement Danes, Strand, St Clement Dane Church, Strand, Temple, London WC2R 1DH. Time: 11.20am start. Tickets: £30.

Sunday 28 August; J. Sheridan Le Fanu: Irish Master of Mystery – a Zoom talk by Jim Rockhill through The Last Tuesday Society and The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities. Time: 8pm. Tickets · from £5.82.

Monday 29 August (every Monday); Candlelit Lunar Yoga. Venue: She's Lost Control, Valentine Road, London. Time: 7pm. Tickets: £15 per session.

Tuesday 30 August; Witch Priestesses in Conversation -  Rebecca Beattie and Suzanne Corbie talk about Wicca. Online event via Treadwell's Bookshop. Time: 7pm, but recording viewable for 2 weeks. Cost: £10. 

Tuesday 30 August (last Tuesday each month); Heron Drums Shamanic Drumming Circle. Venue: Singleton Environment Centre, Ashford, Kent, TN23 5LW. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £10

Tuesday 30 August; The Historical King Arthur. Zoom lecture by Professor Ronald Hutton through The Last Tuesday Society and The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets · from £5.82.

Tuesday 30 August; The Art and Science of the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs. Talk by Dr Ellinor Michel at London Fortean Society. Venue: The Bell, 50 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7EX. Door time: 7:30pm, Start time: 8pm. Tickets: £5.50/£3.50.

Tuesday 30 August; The Essential Guide to Everyday Angels presented by Margaret Ann Lembo. Free online event by The Crystal Garden and Llewellyn Worldwide. Time: 10.45pm.

Wednesday 31 August (and other dates); Reiki, Crystal Healing and Sound Bath. Venue: The Mandrake, 20-21 Newman Street, London W1T 1PG. Time: 7pm. Tickets: £45.

Wednesday 24 August; Sigil Magic (beyond and including Osman Spare). Online event by Richard Levy for members of the Children of Circe group via Facebook Live. Time: tba. Free event.

Thursday 1 September; Ian Edwards talking about The Chiasmata of Austin Osman Spare. Free online talk via Watkins Bookshop. Time: 5.30pm.

Thursday 1 September; Top 7 Plants for Healing. Lecture by Hannah Sanders, via Treadwells Online. Time: 7pm, but recording available after. Tickets: £10.

Friday 2 September; Chaos Magick to Save the World - Patricia MacCormack in Conversation. Online event via Treadwell's Bookshop. Time: 7pm, but recording viewable for 2 weeks. Cost: £10. 

Friday 2 September; The Witches Circle Monthly Class. Venue: Kallima Wellbeing Centre, 8A Adam Business Centre, Cranes Farm Rd, Basildon, SS14 3JF. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £16.76.

Saturday 3 September, PF 50th Anniversary: Pagan Arts Festival by The Pagan Federation. Venue: St. Peter's House, 1 Forster Square, Bradford, BD1 4TY. Tickets · Free-£9.21

Saturday 3 - Sunday 4 September, Seriously Strange. Paranormal conference by the ASSAP Events Team. Venue: University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7JP. Tickets: £80/£20.

Saturday 3 September (and other dates); Drury Lane: Walking tour of Drury Lane, London, and environs with street theatre, songs and pub stops via Minimum Labyrinth. Time: 2pm. Tickets £19.50.

Saturday 3 September, The Golden Bubble by Jean Williams book launch. Venue: The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, London, WC1N 1JD. Time: 7pm.

Sunday 4 September; Visit to London Rathayatra 2022- Krishna Chariot festival with London Woodland Witches, Wiccans and Pagans. Venue: Hyde Park London. Meet at 11.45am. Free.

Sunday 4 September (first Sunday of the month);  Nettle, Weaving and Nettle Weaving with Woodspirits. Meet at Cheshunt station before walking to Lee Valley Park. Time: 3pm. Free in-person event for members of Woodspirits group.

Sunday 4 September; Story Co-operative with special guest Sandra Agard. Organised by London Dreamtime. Meet at the Electric Elephant Cafe, 186A Crampton Street, London, SE17 3AE, storytelling at Pullens Yards Hall, entrance on Crampton Street. Time: 3pm, but earlier if you want to order food. Free but you must reserve  a place.

Sunday 4 September;  Woodland Bard Online - Blackthorn. Event by Walkwithtrees. Time: 6pm. Tickets: £7.

Sunday 4 September; Magickal Woman as Healer: the materiality and healing power of the magical talisman. Online talk with Sarah Bellisario via Magickal Women and Company. Time: 7pm. Tickets: £10.

Sunday 4 September; Phyllis Curott - Nature's Secret Magic. Online talk. Part of the Doreen Valiente 100th Year Celebration collection by The Doreen Valiente Foundation. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £7.06.

Note: I am not responsible for any of these events. Although I try to make sure the details on my listing are accurate, I do not always know about late changes or ticket availability etc. Please contact the organiser before attending any event.

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