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  • Friday 21 May 4pm - Sunday 23 May 12.30pm

    Hosted by The Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain

    21  – 23 May

    A weekend exploring Wolfram von Eschenbach’s great epic in celebration of Whitsun

    21 Friday

    4 – 6pm

    Informal gathering over tea for teachers and others working with Parzival to share their enthusiasm, insights, practices and experiences

    7.30 – 9pm

    The Grail in Wolfram’s Parzival lecture by Andrew Welburn

    22 Saturday

    10 -10.45pm

    The Mission of the Parzival individuality in the 21st Century Frans Lutters

    11 – 11.45pm

    Who is Ither? Steve Roberts

    11.45 - 12.30pm

    'Themes, polarities and transformations in Parzival Johannes Steuck

    12.30 – 1pm

    Presentation of afternoon groups

    1 – 2.30pm

    Lunch

    2.30 – 3pm

    Recitation or singing

    3 – 4.30pm

    Elective groups: Andrew Welburn, Steve Roberts, Frans Lutters, Ineke Lutters, Johannes Steuck

    4.30 – 5pm

    Tea

    5 – 6pm

    The Planets in Parzival  Josie Alwyn and William Forward

    Supper

    7.30-9pm

    Arthur a new drama by Peter Oswald performed by students and staff of Ruskin Mill Trust

    23 Sunday

    10- 12.30pm

    Festival for Whitsun

    Music

    Pentecost in Wolfram’s Epic Andrew Wolpert

    Open Space for shared conversation

    The weekend is conceived as a whole, but we recognise that the reality of people’s lives may mean they can attend just parts of the whole programme. Suggested contributions towards expenses: Friday Lecture £10, the Saturday events £35 (£40 combined), and no charge for the Festival on Sunday.

    If you are interested in an excursion to Tintagel from Tuesday 18 to Thursday 20 May, please contact Andrew Wolpert andrewjwolpert@gmail.com

  • Tuesday 8 June 8am - Friday 11 June 5pm

    with Sylvie Hetu or Mary Beattie

    Become an infant massage instructor with the International Association of Infant Massage. The most fulfilling work, contributing to a better world.

    Training is at Rudolf Steiner House with either Sylvie Hetu (international pioneer, parent lecturer, author, poet and anthroposophist), or Mary Beattie (IAIM international trainer and Massage in Schools instructor).

    Book now by contacting Mary: mary@babyandchildmassage.co.uk or 07528589859

    www.babyandchildmassage.co.uk

  • Saturday 17 July
    8.30am - 8pm

    All day exhibition in Foyer and evening workshop 6pm – 8pm

    Anthroposophy and Yoga - Can Yoga be useful for Anthroposophy?

    To accompany a one-day exhibition: The Beauty of Movement

    An introductory talk and practical workshop about the three-fold structure of the soul in relation to a Yoga exercise.

    ‘The three-fold structure, a theme in Rudolf Steiner’s social organism, can find practical application out of physical exercise in New Yoga Will, within the process of shaping consciousness and artistic endeavour.’ (Heinz Grill, 2020)

    Flora Duley is an artist and long-term student of the spiritual researcher, Heinz Grill. She is an Arts Tutor and Educator and has a professional Yoga Teacher qualification. After teaching yoga for fifteen years she has developed a new practice of Soul Exercise in Art.

    Donations welcomed.

    For further information, contact Flora Duley: info@foldandflow.com or 07527 453710

  • Saturday 24 July
    7.30pm - 9pm

    This highly acclaimed pianist is returning to London and will play works by Schubert and Bach.


    The programme will include Schubert's Piano Sonata 21, the Benediction by Liszt, and some Bach Fugues.
    Admission £10/ £5 at the door.
    Contact details for further information and bookings: andrewjwolpert@gmail.com
  • Sunday 25 July
    10am - 9pm

    This event commemorates the seventh anniversary of Sergei’s death and will be devoted to exploring how his work lives and nourishes activities in the arts and in spiritual research.  The day will include a selection of his early and late poetry and a performance of eurythmy, as well as contributions describing the continuing inspiration of his lectures and publications.

    Contact details for further information and bookings:  andrewjwolpert@gmail.com

  • Sunday 5 September
    1pm - 5pm

    Open House London Sunday 5th September 1pm–5pm House Tours

    Join us at Rudolf Steiner House, the only example of expressionist architecture in London, as part of the Open House London season.

    Free admission

    For more information: www.openhouselondon.org.uk/

  • Tuesday 12 October 9am - Friday 15 October 5pm

    with Sylvie Hetu or Mary Beattie

    Become an infant massage instructor with the International Association of Infant Massage. The most fulfilling work, contributing to a better world.

    Training is at Rudolf Steiner House with either Sylvie Hetu (international pioneer, parent lecturer, author, poet and anthroposophist), or Mary Beattie (IAIM international trainer and Massage in Schools instructor).

    Book now by contacting Mary: mary@babyandchildmassage.co.uk or 07528589859

    www.babyandchildmassage.co.uk