More than ever before, the sacred Neid fire shows we have more in common with our ancestors than we might think.
Nature adapts to survive our mechanised world in The Wild Hunt’s story at Samhuinn Fire Festival.
As the cold season begins its descent, we look at the parts of our festival story that help us face difficult transformations.
There is no denying that our drumming groups create an amazing atmosphere at Beltane Fire Festival, but did you know that they are also essential to our society’s radical history?
Angus Farquhar, one of our founders, called Calton Hill the “people’s hill”. Here’s why.
Runes have changed and adapted over the years, but they still root us to old Celtic identities and bring our communities closer together.
We’re already famous for lighting up Edinburgh’s sky with torches and fireplay, but there is more to our use of fire than meets the eye.