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Ways to Peace Festival

Tintern Abbey
Tintern Chepstow NP16 6SE

Tintern Abbey Ways to Peace Festival Llwybrau Heddwch Friday Evening 21st September 7-10pm

You can read more about the Ways to Peace Festival here.

The Spirit of Peace:

Peace is the responsibility of each of us ~ Satish Kumar, peace activist & former Jain monk, and Bianca Jagger, human rights advocate, together with ethnic musical performances including Welsh choir Côr Caerdydd singing works from Sir Karl Jenkins The Peacemakers, Koto harp player Hiroko Sue and Welsh Harpist Charlotte Poulter, ending with a Buddhist meditation evoking timelessness, led by Andy Wistreich. Ticketed event. (£12, £10 concs.)


Saturday Daytime 22nd September 11-4pm

 Connecting with Peace.. music, poetry, workshops, ceremony, storytelling

“Celebration of Peace’ activities & events Green Poems for a Blue Planet ~Martin Kiszko, ’Peace as a Way of Life’~Satish Kumar, ‘Harmony in the Wheel of Time’ ~Andy Wistreich, Earth mandala creation ~Fiona Frank, Army of Hope ~Rubicon Dance Company, ‘Tales of the World’~storyteller Richard Berry, Japanese tea ceremony, Ikebana flower arranging, Djabot African drumming group, Buddhist peace meditation led by Choje Lama Rabsang, Parva Strings Quartet, Poets & Philosophers for Peace. Experience and celebrate the many ways to inner & outer peace, and harmony with Nature, in a world of continuing conflict. Free and open to all. (Entrance to the Abbey is also free, refreshments onsite)


Saturday Evening 22nd September 7-10pm

Working for Peace:

Dynamic steps towards a world of Peace, Justice & Sustainability ~ Renewal Gospel Choir, African kora player Mamadou Cissokho, green poet Martin Kiszko and violinist Fiona Frank are woven together with peace activists Scilla Elworthy, Robert Harrap and environmentalist Herbert Girardet, who inspire action and planetary transformation. The night concludes with Mevlevi Whirling Dervishes, turning under the stars. Ticketed event. (£12, £10 concs.)


Tickets available at ~ and at the door. This is an open air venue. Please bring your own seat and weather protection.