A mix of produce, street food and crafts
Vintage clothes, records, books, jumble, curios, homewares, cakes, bric-a-brac + DJs spinning Soul and Rock & Roll in the bar at the Boogaloo (near Highgate Tube)
Last Saturday of the month 12.30-5.30pm
Noel Park Market Noel Park School, Gladstone Avenue, N22 6LH
A community market in the heart of Noel Park offering food, crafts, street food and a friendly space to have a coffee and meet your neighbours.
19/3-13/4 World Enough and Time interweaves these three stories in a provocative new play about women’s lives in political landscapes.
2/4-11/5 Bomber’s Moon This unbeatable tour-de-force drama from leading Screenwriter William Ivory (Common as Muck; Made in Dagenham; Truckers, Burton and Taylor), full of gritty realism, wicked black humour and above all a compelling human story.
15-16/3 Dogs Don’t Do Ballet The sublime and the ridiculous combine in this hilarious story of a small dog with a big personality and even bigger dreams.
19-20/3 Power Games Blending character-driven physical theatre with contemporary and South Asian dance, this stunning new work by Altered Skin explores the forces that shape our destiny.
21-22/3 Near Gone is a heartfelt story about survival. Two performers have a difficult tale to tell. They come on stage and launch themselves into an hour long attempt to put into words the utterly unspeakable.
2-5/4 Hammer and Tongs From farcical fisticuffs at a wedding disco to squabbling for control of the TV remote, Theatre Alibi presents a very human comedy – physical, funny, absurd, musical, moving and absolutely bloody minded …
12/3-20/4 Murderer Norman Bartholomew is a painter obsessed by notorious murders from the past. Now he hopes to perform the perfect crime of his own…… Twists and turns abound in this tale of murder and revenge from the writer of Sleuth and The Wicker Man.
16/3 Shona White supported by Nathan Lodge. Shona White returns to Lauderdale’s cabaret season 2 years after first performing here.
19/3-6/4 Beverley Phillips: abstract paintings and still life. Beverley’s abstracts, in acrylics and ink, incorporate three-dimensional elements in a variety of materials. As a contrast to these she has included a number of small, highly detailed still-life drawings.
22/3 Peter Pan With lots of help from you and our puppet friends we follow the story of Peter, Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys as they battle their enemies Captain Hook and the Pirates.
23/3 Acacia Flute and Harp Duo Samantha Pearce (flute) & Heather Wrighton (harp). Formed in 2008 at the Royal Academy of Music the Acacia Duo have performed at the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Opera House, St Martin the Fields and the Cadogan Hall.
26/3 International Women’s Poetry Reading with Shanta Acharya, Eve Grubin, Lesley Saunders, Janet Sutherland, Sarah Wardle
29/3 the drones Find out how to make music from a teapot, a bouzouki, car parts, flower pots, a didgeridoo and toys, as well as the more traditional instruments such as the cello, clarinet and saxophone
4/4 La Boheme by G.Puccini The emotion of an entire opera in little over an hour
5/4 Mr Squash Puppets & Fun: Monster Laughs It’s Spring and the puppet monsters are out exploring, but creatures they want to get close to run away. Mr Squash entertains with glove puppetry, magic and silliness
www.lauderdalehouse.co.uk 020 8348 8716
Blues Jam every Thursday all musicians and singers welcome FREE ENTRY
Feast on Film short film Night – last Tuesday of every Month FREE ENTRY
14/3 Jazz Evening: Caroline Morgan on vocals & Robert on piano 9-11pm.
23/3 Soulful Laziness – duo featuring Rossano Gabrielli Soul music from the 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s. 8 pm
24/3 QUIZ NIGHT Interactive quiz night by MyBigIQ. Register online at mybigiq.com or just come along and compete. £2pp, max 6 per team. Starts 8pm.
28/3 MOTOWN NIGHT Jimmy Mack, Superstition, Baby Love, ABC +++.
30/3 Mothering Sunday – Family time Don’t forget to bring your mum!
11/4 Cajun night – Phil Underwood trio
Kiss The Sky Bar – 18-20 Park Road, Crouch End N8 8TD
Deliciously chilled unplugged acoustic music to charm you on a Crouch End Sunday afternoon
16/3 Nancy Wallace + Ailie Robertson + Ringlefinch
6/4 Harry Harris + The Hilltop Fling + Into the Headwind
1st & 3rd Sunday of the month 2.45-5pm
£3 OTD tickets also available wegottickets.com/SoftlySoftly.
The King’s Head – 2 Crouch End Hill, London, N8 8AA
Wednesdays Harry’s Pub Quiz All kicks off at 8.30pm
First Wednesday is a charity pub quiz in aid of Haringey MIND – contact pub for details Adm £2 Doors Open 8pm
Thursdays The Legendary Comedy Try Out Night
Saturdays Comedy Cabaret The best stand up every Saturday. Doors open at 6pm
Sundays Comedy Variety Cabaret Each Sunday evening brings the best in stand up from 8pm
Victoria Stakes 1 Muswell Hill, London N10 3TH
17/3 – St Pats Day
21/3 Prohibition Party
25/3 Laugh with Vicky
30/3 Mother’s Day at the stakes
17/3 Stroud Green WI will be celebrating the art of calligraphy. We will be learning about the origins and significance of impressive lettering as well as mastering our own pen skills. Stroud Green WI meets at The Hideaway, Ennis Road, Finsbury Park, N4 3HD; doors open at 7.15pm. All women welcome! www.stroudgreenwi.webs.com @stroudgreenwi
22 & 29/3 Beginners Dressmaking– Sew an A Line Skirt (2 sessions) with Sophie Bristow Symmonds 10.30-1pm £70 Book in Advance www.studio108.org @Fringe108
29/3 Knitting for Beginners with Jane Hardy 3-5pm £35 Book in Advance www.studio108.org @Fringe108
31/3 Red Carpet Fashion Fundraiser in aid of Action for Kids 7-11pm at The ArtHouse N8. Enjoy a fabulous, glamorous evening – a fashion show and an opportunity to shop pre-loved fashion. There will also be the screening of the stylish short film L’Assenza. Tickets £20.50 email [email protected] to purchase your ticket or arrange for collection of your donated fashion
5/4 Muswell Hill Horticultural Society’s Spring Flower Show & Plant Sale 3.00-5.00 at North Bank, 28 Pages Lane, Muswell Hill, N10 1PP. Exhibits include flowers, photography, cookery and craft work. Tea and home-made cakes available and raffle. Members free, non members 50p. All welcome. For more info email: [email protected]
14/4 Hill Country Folk 7.30-10.30pm Birchwood Centre, 170 Fortis Green Road, Muswell Hill N10, Muswell Hill’s only folk music evening, began as a one-off event in April 2013 to celebrate some local home-grown talent. Returning by popular demand, we hosted a second night in the autumn and are now looking forward to the third session this April. Showcasing an inter-generational range of acts, from school bands to professional performers, past events have seen acts like Coach House Company, Teyr and Racker Donnelly. £5 at the door (proceeds going to local charity Beacon Lodge)
18-19/4 Easter EGGstravaganza Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice are once again organising their annual flagship Easter EGGstravaganza at Capel Manor. There will be EGGciting activities including egg and spoon races with Rotary club of Edmonton, storytelling, face painting, arts & crafts, games and lots, lots more! Join us for some Easter fun and let us help keep your little bunnies busy! 11.00am – 4.00pm. Adults £6.50. Concessions £5.50 Children (2-16 years) £3.50 Children (1 year and under) free of charge (standard admission fees to Capel Manor apply)