Tor Glass House 2019
The Pegasus Collective were delighted to be invited to curate the Glass House at the Children's World Family Festival in August 2019 at Paddington Farm on the Tor in Glastonbury, UK.
The Family Festival is run by childrensworldcharity.org in association with the Paddington Farm Trust and is an amazing event with a Big Top and lots of things for children to do. Circus Performance, Morris Dancing, Scrap Store, A Golden Eagle, Clowns... a wonderful mix for all the family!
Several local musicians, artists, poets, bards, helpers and soundmen gave their time for free for three afternoons in August to support the charity. There was a Mad Hatters Tea Party which included vegan cakes, and a Pop-Up Art Show by Rosie Temple, Mark Noble and Rindert Doornbos. Mark painted with the children, and there were also Arts and Crafts and golden crowns decorated with feathers and flowers.
Special thanks to Kristen Lindop and Paddy Hill for inviting us, and to all the bards, musicians, bands and poets for giving their time and talents. Thanks also to Charlie Miller and Michael Alexander Law for sterling work on the sound, and Jenny Bliss for giving us a concert along with her bass player Ron Phelan.
Thanks also to Nick Ashron for playing and overseeing the running order on the day, to Arwen Van Westerop for Mad Hat Duty and clearing up, Ana Aragon for Flowers and Tea Party duties, and Bev and her mum from the Winking Turtle for her amazing cakes.
Thanks to everyone who helped and who made the three days so much fun!