Summer Solstice Celebration
21st June 2019, 7:30pm - 11:00pm, Old Barn, Kelston Roundhill, Bath
Conor Whelan, Bard of Bath, says: "As Bard of Bath, my aim is to celebrate the seasons and our connection to them. We are each a part of the world and have worlds within us. So to celebrate Litha, the longest day, the summer solstice on 21st June at 19:30, poets, storytellers, musicians and dancers will gather at Kelston Roundhill, known locally as ‘The Temple of the Moon' and to the Celts as Henstridge or ‘The Mustering Place of the Stallions'. What a place to watch the latest sun set into the Avon valley and hear poems and stories honouring light, then celebrate being alive with a good old barn dance! So bring a picnic, dancing shoes and your share of joy!
"With huge thanks to the custodians of Kelston Roundhill and the Old Barn, William Heath and Craig Keyon for not only agreeing to this crazy scheme but collaborating to make it happen!"