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Young Urban Witch: The Sacred Hare

Young Urban Witch: The Sacred Hare

Evening Mini-Workshop  –  Rebecca Beattie

This is a an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians from the DIY and warehouse scene. Treadwell’s is hosting these to introduce this community to the basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Please note it is for people under 30 who are curious about the witch’s path and magic grounded in a feminist outlook. This workshop starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, and contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half,  there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided. This month’s topic: the lore and magic of the sacred hare.  No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome
  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome
  • Workshop time is 7 pm to 9 pm. Please arrive by 6.50, as late arrivals are disruptive
  • Maximum eighteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate witch who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

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Young Urban Witch: Trees and Druidry

Young Urban Witch: Trees and Druidry

Evening Mini-Workshop  –  Rebecca Beattie

This is a an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians from the DIY and warehouse scene. Treadwell’s is hosting these to introduce this community to the basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Please note it is for people under 30 who are curious about the witch’s path and magic grounded in a feminist outlook. This workshop starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, and contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half,  there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided. This month’s topic: tree magic and Druidry.  No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome
  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome
  • Workshop time is 7 pm to 9 pm. Please arrive by 6.50, as late arrivals are disruptive
  • Maximum eighteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate witch who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

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Young Urban Witch: Practical Magic

Practical Magic for the Young Urban Witch

Evening Mini-Workshop  –  Rebecca Beattie

This is  an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians — indeed, younger folk from all walks of life who are drawn to magic and spirituality.  Every month this workshop covers a new set of knowledge and symbols, so as to share basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Experience two hours of witch’s path — inclusive, and grounded in a feminist outlook. Please note it is for people under 30.

The evening starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, welcoming personal contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half,  there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning a hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided. This month’s topic is Solar Magic for Midwinter. No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome

  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome

  • Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. Please arrive by 6.20, as late arrivals are disruptive

  • Maximum sixteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate person who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

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Young Urban Witches: Magic in a Circle

Young Urban Witch

Evening Mini-Workshop  –  Rebecca Beattie

This is  an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians — indeed, younger folk from all walks of life who are drawn to magic and spirituality.  Every month this workshop covers a new set of knowledge and symbols, so as to share basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Experience two hours of witch’s path — inclusive, and grounded in a feminist outlook. Please note it is for people under 30.

The evening starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, welcoming personal contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half,  there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning a hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided. This night’s theme is on Magic in a Circle. No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome

  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome

  • Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. Please arrive by 6.20, as late arrivals are disruptive

  • Maximum twenty folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie.: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate person who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

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Young Urban Witch – Workshop July 2018

Practical Magic for the Young Urban Witch: Ancestors

Evening Mini-Workshop  –  Rebecca Beattie

This is  an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians — indeed, younger folk from all walks of life who are drawn to magic and spirituality.  Every month this workshop covers a new set of knowledge and symbols, so as to share basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Experience two hours of witch’s path — inclusive, and grounded in a feminist outlook. Please note it is for people under 30.

This workshop starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, this month on ancestors. The tutor contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half,  there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided. No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome

  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome

  • Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. Please arrive by 6.20, as late arrivals are disruptive

  • Maximum sixteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie.: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate person who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

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Young Urban Witches

Practical Magic for the Young Urban Witch

Evening Mini-Workshop  –  Rebecca Beattie

This is a an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians from the DIY and warehouse scene. Treadwell’s is hosting these to introduce this community to the basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Please note it is for people under 30 who are curious about the witch’s path and magic grounded in a feminist outlook.

This workshop starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, and contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half,  there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided.

No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome

  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome

  • Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. Please arrive by 6.20, as late arrivals are disruptive

  • Maximum sixteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie.: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate witch who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

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Young Urban Witches: Books of Magic

Young Urban Witches: Books of Magic

Evening Mini-workshop with Rebecca Beattie

This is a an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians from the DIY and warehouse scene. Treadwell’s is hosting these to introduce this community to the basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Please note it is for people under 30 who are curious about the witch’s path and magic grounded in a feminist outlook.

This workshop is on magical book: from the medieval grimoires to artists’ sketch books, to ‘Books of Shadows’.  For the practical side of the evening, you will be making and consecrating a magical herb sachet and a wax talisman in the style of European folk magic.

No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome

  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome

  • Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. Please arrive by 6.20, as late arrivals are disruptive

  • Maximum sixteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie.: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. A wise and compassionate witch, she enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

Image credit: Nicolette Clara Iles

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Young Urban Witch Workshop: Crystals

Young Urban Witch Workshop: Crystals in Magic

Evening Mini-workshop – Rebecca Beattie

This is a an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians from the DIY and warehouse scene. Treadwell’s is hosting these to introduce this community to the basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Please note it is for people under 30 who are curious about the witch’s path and magic grounded in an intersectional, non-binary outlook.

This workshop is on  crystals in witchcraft:  stones have been used in magic from the time of the ancient Greeks, through the middle ages and right up to the present. Rebecca will give a talk on stones and crystals, how Wicca looks at them and uses them, and then turn to the practical side: finding, choosing, charging and ritually attuning with crystals.  For the practical side of the evening, you will be doing a simple spell for a positive aim — all  in the tradition of European folk magic.

No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:

  • All sexualities and gender identities welcome

  • Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome

  • Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. As late arrivals are disruptive, please arrive 6.20 pm

  • Maximum sixteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well

The teacher is Rebecca Beattie: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate witch who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.

Time: Arrive 6.20 for  a prompt 6.30 start. No latecomers. Ends 8.45 pm

Price: £20  Ring, or book online (tickets here below)

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