Festival Activities: What’s On
Drum | Image © Charlotte Baxter 2012
The potential for healing and transformation for individuals and for the planet is ENORMOUS when we gather in this way in a spirit of co-operation and good will.
When you arrive on site you’ll receive a free Festival programme including a site map: look for the Info Point, where you’ll find up-to-date programme boards detailing most activities during the event.
Buddhism & Meditation
The Dharma Parlour is a space to explore how the Buddha’s teaching applies in the modern world. It’s programme will include formal talks, Q&A sessions, study groups and even activities for children. The Meditation Space has a daily programme of practice including open, unled periods as well as introductory sessions for complete beginners.
We have a rich daily programme of workshops held in mulitple venues across the site featuring movement, singing and dance, the mythic and shamanic dimension, communication and intimacy, circus, theatre and play, green crafts ... and a host of completely unclassifiable activities!
Areas & Spaces
We have a set of themed Areas each with their own programme: you can find out more about the fabulous Kids Area, Land & Permaculture, the Queer Dome — for anyone interested in LGBT issues — Social Change Space or the Women’s Space.
Music & Performance
We have a line-up of live music, theatre and cabaret in four venues as well as a dedicated Dance Space with evening DJ Sessions.Find out more on the Music & Performance page.
Healing & Bodywork
On our Healing & Bodywork page you can find out about our full programme of yoga, Tai Chi and Chi Gung. Our Healing Garden is a peaceful space to try an alternative therapy or treatment: there are over 50 practitioners present over the weekend. We also have a separate Twelve Step Dome.