Some history…… 1864 The Glastonbury Assembly Rooms were built on the site of the White Hart Inn’s old stables adjacent to the Abbey Wall. The new building was originally proposed to answer the growing need for a permanent home to house … Continue reading

Baka Beyond

http://www.bakabeyond.net/ Tickets £12 advance or £15 on the door – Tickets available here or from Glastonbury Assembly Rooms on Friday afternoons. http://www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/ After 20 years of mixing African and Celtic music in equal measures Baka Beyond has become one of the … Continue reading


A SPACE TO EXPLORE AND CELEBRATE THE SACRED BEE 09:30 Doors open 10:00 Introduction to the day 10:15 Opening Ceremony 10:30 Hidden Hive of History Part I – Andrew Gough 11:20 Tea Break 11:30 Meditation 11:55 Hidden Hive of History … Continue reading

Hekate Symposium 2014

Hekate Symposium 2014 Saturday 6th September 10am Devotees, Priestesses, Priests and students of Her Mysteries from all around the world will gather on Saturday, 6th of September 2014 for the third Hekate Symposium!   We gathered at the Assembly Rooms in the heart … Continue reading

Mark Steel is in Town and in the Assembly Rooms

http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/shows/mark_steels_in_town_winter13 Doors open at 6.30pm – Main Hall entrance 7:15pm Free tickets available from above link Mark Steel’s in Town Radio 4 | 23 October, 14 November Mark Steel returns to Radio 4 for a fifth series of the award … Continue reading

Hekate Symposium 2013

We are delighted to be able to announce the the Hekate Symposium will be returning to Glastonbury in 2013! This year we will be gathering in a larger venue in the town centre, convenient for cafes, shops and for taking in the … Continue reading

Return to the Unseen – An Over-Night Vigil

International Spiritual Clairvoyant, Psychic &  Medium OSCAR leads all who dare on an over-night vigil at The Assembly Rooms. Steeped in history from Abbey Monks, Monmouth Rebellion prisoners, the Victorian era and segregation during World War 2 there are always … Continue reading