The Symposium is back with a full in-person event in July 2022, with some truly excellent speakers … and a live streaming option!
We are very pleased to announce that bookings are now open for the 32nd Glastonbury Symposium. Now subtitled “Expand Your Horizons”, after two years of necessarily online events we are very excited to be returning to a full in-person gathering between 22–24 July 2022 in our usual venue of Glastonbury Town Hall.
Online booking and full details of all our speakers and timings are now available – have a search around the website!
As a brand new feature, for those of you unable to make it in person, we are now also offering live online streaming – see options on our Tickets page. Streaming customers will receive a special link for online viewing shortly before the event.
This year not only are we welcoming some of the excellent speakers we had to keep on hold due during the pandemic but we have also added new ones to bring us up to date on vital matters with a refreshed and vibrant event to take us forward into our fourth decade. From exploring new and insightful views on current events, global consciousness, conspiracies and the fight for free expression, to classic areas of UFOs, near-death experiences, earth mysteries and, of course, crop circles – including our revived crop circle coach tour on Thursday 21 July – it feels very good to be back on full Glastonbury Symposium power again.
Amongst our very special guests in the hall are the Irish healer and spiritual teacher Dr Mary Helen Hensley, the highly eminent Pagan historian Ronald Hutton and, in much-demanded returns, astral traveller Todd Acamesis and shaman and mental health campaigner Jez Hughes. Our many other excellent and illuminating presenters are all detailed on the Speakers page. Don’t forget to find us on Instagram and Facebook too, for regular updates on content and speakers.
We can’t wait to welcome you all back to Glastonbury, so go to our Tickets page and book now!
If you have any queries, just contact our administrator Diana Brown at our usual office contacts – email email@example.com or leave a phone message at +44 (0)1278 722000.