What's on in Glastonbury this weekend

By Emma Dance

29th Sep 2022 | Local News

There's plenty going on in Glastonbury this weekend, with live music, the chance to learn more about sacred oils, a cuttlefish casting workshop and an apple day.

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Friday, September 30

Ironed Maiden

The King Arthur

Back once again, for the third time in this venue, get ready for the best Iron Maiden tribute this side of Leyton.

Friday, September 30 – Saturday, October 1

Sacred oil practitioner course


A two-day exploration with the ancient myrrhophore teachings, recreating the sisterhood of myrrh bearers and learning to communicate with each of the precious oils.

Saturday, October 1

Workshop: Cuttlefish Casting

Somerset Rural Life Museum

Join artist and metalworker Jacky Oliver for this introduction to the technique of casting using pewter in a cuttlefish bone.

Apple Day

Chalice Well

Spend the afternoon visiting the Chalice Well Orchard with Orchard Keeper Anthony and storyteller Martin, talking about the apples' journey. You can also meet Linda, the Chalice Well Beekeeper, pick your own apples (please bring a bag and taste freshly pressed Chalice Well apple juice. 


The King Arthur

From the rolling hills of Pembrokeshire via Bristol, Barcelona and California, Regime deliver a brutal and inspirational medley of their broad influences. Loved by teenagers, anarchists, party goers and straight edge vegans alike, Regime offer serious substance that has something for everyone to resonate with.


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