The Magickal Women Conference ~ Join us on 1 June 2019

A day for magic(k)al women’s voices to be heard in debate and celebration.

Magickal Women Conference


Date: Saturday 1 June 2019

Time: 9:00 - 5:00 Registration from 9:15am, prompt start 9:45am

Venue location: Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, London SW7, easily accessible by public transport.

Tickets are selling fast — get yours here!

The Magickal Women Conference pays homage to the women of the past who challenged the status quo by embracing mysticism, esotericism, and occult teachings, and to the women who continue those rich traditions through lived practice, performance, and adeptship.

We have put together an astounding international roster of speakers, masterclasses, and workshops, including our headline speaker Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki, our keynote speaker Christina Oakley-Harrington, our Artist-in-Residence Victoria Musson, and our Storyteller-in-Residence Baya Salmon-Hawk.

We honour all women, whether female by birth or not, and welcome everyone to join us on this historic day.

This is going to be the magic(k)al event of London, 2019 — we hope to see you there!

Our Programme includes a roster of inspiring women speakers including:

·      expert researchers

·      academics

·      authors

·      independent scholars

·      magical adepts and teachers

·      practising artists

·      performers

It will be a day of rich content and stimulating debate, with lots of opportunity for discussion.

Much more news on this to come – keep watching the site!

Magickal Women Conference Organisers

Sue Terry

Sue Terry

Sue Terry is a Postgraduate student in English Literature at University of Surrey where her specialism is Occult Themes in Modernist Literature: her MA dissertation is on the writer Mary Butts. On other days she is a Tarot reader and teacher at Treadwell’s Bookshop London.


Erzebet Barthold

Erzebet Barthold

Erzebet Barthold is a book artist and binder, and the founder of Hadean Press, publisher of occult books, journals, and pamphlets. She is a member of the Miniature Book Society, the Society of Bookbinders, and the Ordo Templi Orientis.