Broomcon (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Francis Cameron on 50 years of legal witchcraft, Jenny Blain on sacred sites, Nick Ford and Matt Keissling telling us about the religious history of brewing, Pam Harrison, Gail Courtney, Jaine Weddell and Sandra Bond demonstrating how to use dance skills in a combat situation, and Arlea Hunt-Anschutz questioning a panel of experts to find just what common ground we pagans really have, plus many other speakers on many other subjects. There's also a homebrew competition, a telepathy experiment, storytelling and performances by Paul Mitchell and The Way Forward as well as the traditional charity auction on the Sunday afternoon. Having b... more
Customer Broomcon (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/03/01, updated on 07/03/01 (Very useful, 167 readings)
Broomcon is an independant pagan convention which has been running annually since 1995, it's one of the few events that are run by pagans for pagans and without any commercial or 'official' agenda. It's very much a community event - with the main emphasis on socializing so that the programme of talks and workshops are ice-breakers rather than the whole point of being there. It doesn't matter whether you want to go and listen to every single talk (not that you could since there are usually two on at any time) or just sit and chat in the bar - either way you'll make new friends and have a good time. This years event includes Steve ... Read the complete review
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