Transfigured Night

· A journey to the still centre of the heart ·

Nr Totnes
Rattery Hall
6:00 pm - 5:00 am

Event Details

Pollen Tribe presents..

'Transfigured Night'
A Journey into the Still Centre of the Heart

Pollen Tribe warmly welcome you to a journey into sound and stillness. For this event we are joined by some incredible musicians, who will be offering their acoustic music, in the form of Circle Singing, Devotional Chants & Medicine Songs. After this is complete, there will be a beautiful sound journey, late into the night .... and unto the dawn .. closing with a simple Vedic fire ceremony led by Elahn Keshava.


Susie Ro Prater
Adrian Freedman
Elahn Keshava
Helen Knight
Michael Stanton
Beth Bee Love
Green T (Avalon Roots)
David Oliver

Refreshments available from the Cocoon Cafe, serving Chai, Teas, Chocolate & Nourishing Food

Family Friendly Space - There is a separate room for kids to chill out / sleep in - Feel free to bring bedding & cosy bits

We are focused on these words as our intention for this event - Community - Flow - Shanti Vibes - Nurturing Heart Space

Doors & Cafe open from 6pm
Music Starts at 7pm


6pm - Door & Cafe Opens - Veg Stew/ Dal & Rice available throughout the night
7pm - Circle Songs pt. 1
8.30pm - Ensemble Performances
9.30pm - Circle Songs pt. 2
11.30pm - Midnight - Stillness Meditation with Shakuhachi Flute

Midnight until Dawn - Sound Journey

Advance - 8 / 10
Door - 10-20 sliding scale

Under 15s Free

This is a sliding scale priced event, with all proceeds going to charity, so please feel free to donate more if you feel you can afford it. If you are stuck for money and want to come, then please contact us directly to see if you can get involved to help out in exchange for a ticket.

Any profits raised from this event will be donated to Survival International & Rewilding Britain

Please note - This is an Alcohol Free Event

~ Transfigured Night ~

"The inspiration for this event came from a community circle singing event I was a guest at in Byron Bay, Australia in February 2018. I could sense the strong sense of a community coming together to sing and hold space, the cross-fertilisation of medicine songs and devotional chanting, the sense of overall quality in the musicianship, and the blend of focused mood with relaxed access to come and go and get some food at a chai cafe, to dance or move at the back, sit and sing at the front, or lie down on a sheepskin ....

The idea is that this event on May 18th in Devon will be the first in a series of Transfigured Night events, happening in the SouthWest and SouthEast - having a floating pool of musicians so that each event has the same feel and flow, the same mood and intention ... bringing together medicine songs and devotional songs with sound journeys and musical meditations, keeping some space for showcasing small ensemble performances as individual singers or musical duos/trios but keeping the emphasis on circle singing in a quasi-ceremonial mood ... maintaining quality and answering a growing thirst for folks to come together in this way, non-denominational and without plant sacraments ... just the open hearts and spirits of those there and a willingness to drop into stillness and silence as well as lift the roof with our voices."
- Adrian Freedman

- Pollen Tribe Productions -
Gathering the Creative Nectar

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