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Can't Buy Me Love

Muswell Hill MarketMuswell Hill Market

February 9th – 12-5pm – Free Entry

At: 258 Muswell Hill Broadway, N10 3SH

www.muswellhillmarket.com

After the success of our re-launch in 2012 at the lovely ‘Village’ in Muswell Hill Broadway we are back with another installment of Muswell Hill Market. We’ll be transforming the Village into a virtual ‘village green’ with bunting and stalls for everyone.

25 amazing stalls selling crafts, vintage, collectables, local designers and makers produce, homemade cakes and jams and all sorts of wonders.

You can enjoy spectacular homemade cakes by ‘My Little Cake Tin” with fresh tea and coffee from the bar. And why not stop for lunch to soak up some of the market ambiance. The village serve delicious fresh pizza from its stone bake pizza oven.

Can't Buy Me LoveCan’t Buy Me Love Vintage Jumble Market:

Feb 23rd 12:30-5:30pm Free Entry

The Boogaloo, 312 Archway Road, London, N6 5AT

www.cant-buy-me-love.com

Described as “the funnest way to shop” and “Not to be missed” by Time Out. Not to mention “London’s most rock and roll jumble sale’ by Stylist magazine.

This month we’re celebrating heartbreak and lovelessness, with DJ’s Sean Bright and Dave Bryant spinning vintage girl groups, rock & roll and soul.

Valentine’s day was last week sweetheart! So wipe off that run mascara and head on down to Februarys vintage jumble market .

Stalls selling vintage clothes , bric-a-brac, records, books and other jilted possessions.

At the infamous Boogaloo, 312 Archway Road, Highgate, N6 5AT

FREE ENTRY 12:30 -5:30pm

Those boots were made for walking! So walk right down to the jumble for stalls, cakes, Dj’s, drinks and market ambiance!

Highgate arts venueJacksons Lane

15-16 Feb John Hegley- Love, Peace and Potatoes

Hegley is at Jacksons Lane again.

The Show is more for adults in design

But can be tolerated by nine

Year olds, who could even leave happy.

 Expect to sing, laugh, be moved and be flappy.

John returns to Jacksons Lane with an evening of poetry and comedy from his new book, Love, Peace and Potatoes.

17 Feb Bringing Down the Moon

Mole burrowing out of the ground sees the moon for the very first time and thinks it is the most beautiful thing he has ever seen and wants to play with it. A heart-warming tale of aspiration, friendship and adventure, with a little bit of mischief. Based on the book by Jonathan Emmet.

20-23 Feb Dogs Don’t Do Ballet

Biff is not like ordinary dogs. He likes moonlight. And music. And walking on his tiptoes. You see, Biff doesn’t think he’s a dog, Biff thinks he’s a ballerina…

The sublime and the ridiculous combine in this hilarious story of a small dog with a big personality and even bigger dreams.

Based on the book written by Anna Kemp and illustrated by Sara Ogilvie.

24 Feb Youth Circus Cabaret

Part of the 2013 National Youth Circus Event, this cabaret showcases young circus artists from around the UK, with performances from recreational clubs and high level performance groups. A fantastic opportunity to see a unique display of youth circus talent before they hit the big time.

26-27 Feb Alaska

Alaska takes you to one of the greatest frontiers of the modern world. A land where steam freezes, fish have mastered cryogenics and the Yukon River can make you disappear.

But the reality is no picnic with plummeting temperatures, technical disaster and virtually no practical skill, Alaska is a story of one man’s joyous, carefree journey which becomes a nightmarish plunge into extreme survival.

Written and performed by familiar faces from Kneehigh’s The King of Prussian, The Bacchae, The Red Shoes and others, this riot of tragi-comedy and Pythonesque dottiness is guaranteed to have audiences spellbound. Presented by Makin Projects, in association with the Exeter Northcott Theatre.

2 Mar Jon Hicks Adult Prodigy

Mr Hicks is a singularly particular man. With mildly delusional obsession, he has collected and created performances of the fantastic, acts of the awesome and feats of amazement. From magical chalk drawings, to a highly trained coterie of toy elephants. Presented with style, honour, respect and impeccable deadpan comic timing.

World-toured and renowned in variety, cabaret and street performance, and a member of the acclaimed ensemble troupe Slightly Fat Features, Jon brings his first solo show to Jacksons Lane.

5-16 Mar The Boy Who Kicked Pigs

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.

Thirteen-year-old Robert Caligari has a rather nasty habit of kicking pigs. But today Robert is going to get his comeuppance. Today is the day that Robert Caligari is going to die.

Shark mutilation, a potential apocalypse and a nasty incident involving weedkiller cornflakes all threaten to crash in this sinister farce; a deliciously gruesome tale set in the drab and dreary time when teenagers had nothing better to do than attempt to poison their sisters, plot the downfall of mankind and kick pigs.

“Possibly the most well-delivered moment of black humour I have ever seen on stage.” The Public Reviews ★★★★★

The Boy Who Kicked Pigs is presented by Kill The Beast and Sarah Brown Productions in development with The Lowry.

www.jacksonslane.org.uk/

UATGUpstairs at the Gatehouse

6 Feb – 2 Mar Romeo & Juliet

‘Two households, both alike in dignity…

From ancient grudge break to new mutiny,

Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.’

‘Quadrophenia’ meets Shakespeare in Hiraeth Artistic Productions visceral, vibrant and sexually charged adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.

From the company that created the critically acclaimed, box office successes Macbeth, A Life in the Theatre and Titus Andronicus, Shakespeare’s classic tale of forbidden love is transported into the cultural din of 1960’s Brighton.

Set in the fraught days following the violent confrontation between Mod and Rocker crowds on the shores of Brighton in 1964, tensions between the children of two powerful families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are running high.

In the midst of the conflict, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet’s eyes meet for the first time; it is a glance that will not only radically change the course of their lives, but alter the face of Brighton forever.

Bathed in 60’s music, politics and culture, Romeo and Juliet is a comedically sumptuous and emotionally tumultuous exploration of the human heart and the extremes we will go to in the name of hate and love!

For more information please visit http://www.upstairsatthegatehouse.com/ 

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