It was launched in June 2012 by foodie and Harringay resident Jessica Vos and has been featured by Grazia, Time Out, Londonist, The Daily Telegraph, The Evening Standard and BBC London 94.9.
Alongside friendly traders selling fresh produce like meat, Kent grown fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, organic bread, charcuterie and cheese; there’s restaurant-quality food on offer including gourmet burgers and homemade pasta, plus artisan coffee and sumptuous sweet treats.
We pride ourselves on being family-friendly and community-focused; browse, shop for your Sunday lunch, sit and enjoy food at one of our long tables – while the kids explore the school’s playground or get involved with our junior cookery classes.
To find out more visit harringaymarket.co.uk, follow us on Twitter at @HarringayMarket or find us at Facebook.com/HarringayMarket.
The North London Artisan Market is on a mission to bring to every North London neighbourhood a market that not celebrates fresh produce but also the tastiest Streetfood across London to your area. Inspired by french markets where each local area proudly boasts and supports their local market, the market organisers Beulah and Cindy also recognise the ever growing London Street Food scene by combining the traditional market world with the new street food scene.
The NLAM opens in Bounds Green on the 9th March and then in Finchley Central on the 16th March. The market will be straddling both areas and the organisers vision is that North London will become an exciting hub of high quality but reasonably priced markets all local in presence but bringing the rest of UK and the world to their doorstep.
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Finchley Central, Avenue House N3 every 1st and 3rd Sat of the month 10-2pm
Bounds Green, School Yard, N11 every 2nd and 4th Sat of the month 10-2pm
Muswell Hill Market- March 9th -12 till 5pm –
Mothers Day Special
At the Village, 258 Muswell Hill Broadway,
This month’s market is the day before Mothers Day so alongside all the other lovely stalls we’ll be featuring mother’s day treats, crafts and gifts. So if you’re stuck for mother’s day present ideas come down and have browse, or bring your mum along for some tea and cake amongst the bunting.
We’ll also be featuring a ‘make it yourself ‘crafts table where children and grown ups alike can craft their own cards and badges for the personal touch.
At the Boogaloo., 312 Archway Road, London,
Can’t Buy Me Love Market’ is back to full size this March with a packed out courtyard, stables and bar. Full to the brim with vintage, jumble, books, records, bits, collectibles, curios, clothes, home wares, cakes and good things.
PLUS: It’s Easter Saturday we’ll also be having a free easter egg hunt! and there will be hot cross buns and easter cakes a plenty.
DJ’s Dave Bryant and Sean Bright spinning soul and rock & roll in the bar. Springtime easter frivolities and bunting in the courtyard.
Sun 10th [email protected] The Boogaloo
Doors 2pm – midnight
A fantastic chance to catch our new, exciting Sunday club from 4pm – 11pm.
Why not join in our special Sunday sessions and experience a unique evening of tremendous acoustic music. We are not shy to mix things up, so whether you’re a bit delicate after last night or the party’s still going strong, we deliver an eclectic mix from folk, pop soul to blues. All this is set in the legendary ‘Juke box’ that is The Boogaloo, so get on down for our HULABALOO!
The Clay Oven Pizza Company pop up pizza trailer is on site today from 4pm.
Thurs 14th Celtic Soul Brothers
8pm – 1am
Ladies & Gentlemen, introducing… The Celtic Soul Brother DJ’s
Messrs’ Paul Gallagher, Jonny Owens and Phil Jones
Plus Surprise Live Act!
Need we say more, this is going to legendary!
Thurs 21st Dylan Walshe EP Launch Party
8pm – 1am
Make it down tonight to catch this great talent Mr Walshe doing a set from 9pm, plus there will be a number of special guests and DJs.
Sun 24th The Kaos Choir Sunday Revue
The great choir who opened last year’s Olympics will be here in the house for one night only! With a special one off cabaret and choir show, expect to hear Madonna, Bee Gees, Elvis and Justin T…anything and everything, a great fun evening out and it’s all in aid of The Kaos Charity.
Plus we have some great regular Club nights…
LAB OF SELF
Motherhood – The New You
Join our lovely weekly discussion group for Mums.
Led by a maternity coach, mums get to focus on their own experience (the challenges, logistics, changes in daily life) and reflect on how they’re evolving as INDIVIDUALS as well as parents.
Seize this opportunity for personal growth whilst extending support and care to each other.
Every Tuesday at 10:00
Location: Victoria Road, Muswell Hill.
£35 for a block of 5 sessions
To book your free trial session and for full address: 07855 411779
8th March – 14th April 2013
DAISY PULLS IT OFF By Denise Deegan
Daisy Meredith struggles to find acceptance in the snobby confines of Grangewood School for Girls. A comedy pastiche of school life in the 1920s.
Evening performances at 7.30pm Sunday matinees at 4pm
Tickets Tuesday – Thursday & Sunday £14 (£12 concs)
Friday & Saturday £16 (£14 concs)
Friday 8th March all tickets £10
BOX OFFICE 020 8340 3488
Adapted from the cult novel by Dr Who and Little Britain star Tom Baker, this critically acclaimed production makes its London première at Jacksons Lane.
TICKETS: £14.95 / £12.95
Crashmat collective: Facade – 21st – 22nd March
Prepare for a feast for the senses, as well as the appetite.
Crashmat Collective present Façade; an intimate and theatrical three course meal, during which, stories unfold in thrilling and touching ways, encircling you as you dine.
Become enthralled as the Crashmat performers absorb you into their world, where anything is possible and their innermost secrets are exposed. The performance varies from beautiful to funny and is always unpredictable.
Crashmat are supported by Arts Council Wales and this production is in association with Wales Millenium Centre, The Riverfront and Creu Cymru.
Peter Hawkins ‘Love and Anarchy –
The songs of Leo Ferre – 28th March
Come along to see Peter Hawkins perform a selection of songs from his new CD, Love and Anarchy – The Songs of Léo Ferré, and share some of the stories behind the songs. Since the 1970s Peter Hawkins has been adapting and performing the poetic and dramatic songs of Léo Ferré (1916-93), famous French anarchist singer-songwriter and contemporary of Jacques Brel and Georges Brassens.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Ferré’s death Peter has recorded a double CD of his songs in his own English versions, which will be available after the concert. The concert will be followed up with a free songwriting workshop on Saturday 30th March at 1.30pm For further information and samples of his songs, you can visit his website www.onemanchanson.com
TICKETS: £10 / £8 Age: 16+
An exhibition of mixed media by Joan Podel including her Woven Paper Collages, Box Constructions and PrintMaking runs until the end of March.
Joan Podel @ coffee circus, 136 Crouch Hill, London N8 9DX
Open Mon-Fri 8-6, Sat-Sun 9-6