Witch Events in the UK in 2017
Witchcraft. Folklore. Psychogeography. The occult and the supernatural. This year is all about the magic of the people, real people – and real magic. The stories we tell ourselves, and the way we relate to the energy of nature and edifice around us. Head to witch events in the UK, explore your inner realm and find the others!
Here’s our pick of UK witch events in 2017. We’re adding to the list all the time, and we don’t want to pretend that the rest of the world doesn’t exist, either. If you know of a witchcraft and folklore-related event we should add to the list, contact us via the email address on our submission guidelines and we’ll get right on it.
UK and Ireland Witch Events in 2017
- Witchfest International 2017 – Brighton, October 7
- UK Tarot Conference – London, October 13-14
- Samhain Festival – Butser Ancient Farm, Hampshire, October 20
- Witches, Monsters and Beasties – Supernatural Art Workshop – National Gallery, London, October 27
- Samhain Festival – Emerson College, East Sussex, October 27-29
- Witchcraft for Beginners – Workshop – Colchester, October 29
- The Folk Roots of Halloween – Talk – Treadwells Bookshop, London October 30
- British Library Course – Witchcraft in Medieval Europe – Six-week course – London, starting November 1
- The Museum of Witchcraft & Magic in London Opening – Launch Event – London, November 2
- WITCH by Tracey Norman and Circle of Spears Productions – Historical Play about witchcraft accusations – Totnes, November 10
- The Haunted Landscape 2017: Folklore, Ghosts and Witchcraft – Event – London, November 18
- Women, Witches and Witch-Trials: Live Screening – Sheffield, December 5
- Satanic Flea Market Anti-Christmas Fayre – Fair – London, December 10
Witchcraft events are such a powerful way to meet like minds and swim in that restorative feeling of, you know, coming home. Treat yourself.
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