The Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury is a unique venue in the heart of historic Glastonbury town, boasting a Victorian acoustic Main Hall, built to Golden Mean proportions, two workshop spaces and an internet cafe with fully licensed bar.
This Community Arts Centre has a rich history that has included productions by the great British composer Rutland Boughton and being home to the first Glastonbury Rural Arts Festival which featured such luminaries as George Bernard Shaw, Alice Buxton, Thomas Hardy and T.E. Lawrence.
Throughout the centuries Glastonbury has been a place of pilgrimage and learning for people from many diferent cultures and faiths and never more so that in the present. Many people come to visit or live, drawn to this holy isle for their own individual purposes, and together forming the widespread spiritual community of Avalon.
The Assembly Rooms can be found just off the High Street (on the left side if walking downhill) within a pretty little courtyard of shops... an atmosphere of hidden away timelessness & peace away from a hurried world!
21st Century Mythic Art