A mix of produce, street food and crafts
A local market offering the best quality seasonal produce and a piece of London’s vibrant street food scene
1st & 3rd Saturdays 10am-2pm Avenue House, The Stables, 17 East End Road, Finchley, N3 3QE
Boogaloo 312 Archway Road, London N6 5AT
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.
12/12-26/1 Kiss Me Kate This exuberant show-within-a-show throws together gun-toting gangsters, sparring actors and romantic entanglements against a musical production of Taming of the Shrew.
4/2-1/3 Richard III Historical fact meets dystopian nightmare in Hiraeth Artistic Productions fast-paced and visceral adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Richard III.
26/1 Hey Presto – A heart-warming tale of aspiration, friendship, adventure and a little bit of mischief accompanied by catchy songs. Ages 3+
4/2 How to be Immortal Live music, dead people, love and DNA all intertwine in this twisted new play about what death leaves behind.
6-7/2 366 Days of Kindness – attempts to answer the question: is it possible to change the world just by being kind? In response to the riots of August 2011, Bernadette Russell committed to be kind to a stranger every day for a year.
18/1 Singalong a Showtune with Sister Mary Mc Arthur Join in with all your favourite songs from the musicals, such as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, and loads more. Sister Mary, Highgate’s very own star-struck nun, will lead the way.
25/1 The Hare and the Tortoise An enchanting show based on the traditional fable. Loveable characters take the children on an adventure full of laughter and surprises, accompanied by music, songs and the thrill of the race!
1/2 Ian Saville’s Magic Show Join Ian Saville for a brilliant magic show for children and their grown-up friends.
4/2 The Billroth Quartet performs the only piece of surviving chamber music written by Verdi: his fantastic ‘String Quartet in E minor’.
8/2 Wedding Showcase Join us at Lauderdale House when our galleries will be part set-up for weddings and ceremonies.
20-26/1 The London Jam Shows The best Improvisational artists from around the world. A week-long celebration of everything spontaneous – no scripts, no rehearsals and no plans.
29/1-2/3 – Stroke of Luck A dark comedy that explores the themes of greed and guilt, how to reunite families that have been driven apart, and how debilitating physical ailments do not necessarily mean diminished mental faculties.
Blues Jam every Thursday all musicians and singers welcome FREE ENTRY
Feast on Film short film Night – last Tuesday of every Month FREE ENTRY
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
Last Sunday of the month 2.45-5pm £3 OTD
The King’s Head – 2 Crouch End Hill, London, N8 8AA
Wednesdays Harry’s Pub Quiz All kicks off at 8.30pm
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
25/1 Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave with DJ Robin @hexstatic – tickets available here: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/250125
Until 31/1 ‘A Mix of Six at Sable d’Or Patisserie A group of artist friends brought together by Joan Podel – featuring Tanya Hassel, Ros Freeborn, Annalou Oakland, Karen Tinney, Judy Purbeck, Tommy Watkins. Open 7.30am-6pm
10/2 Declutter your life – Setting Limits and Learning to say ‘No’ at Clissold Arms. Workshops for busy parents and professionals. Fun, friendly and interactive, with an emphasis on exploring practical strategies and boosting motivation. To book: http://tinyurl.com/o32nayl
20/1 Stroud Green WI will be welcoming Julia Britton from Open Door, our nominated charity for 2014. Julia will be coming to talk to us about their work and how we can support them. We will also be trying our hand at British Sign Language as one of our members will be giving a demonstration and teaching us some basics. Stroud Green WI meets from 7.15pm at The Hideaway, Ennis Road, Finsbury Park, N4. All women welcome!
14/1 Transport Films from the LCGB North London railway interest group at the Wood Green Social Club, Stuart Crescent London N22 5NJ opposite the Civic Centre. Starts at 7pm
23/1 To Kill a Mockingbird USA 1962 Dir. Robert Mulligan Film 8pm, doors open 7.30. Ring Highgate Film Society, HLSI, 11 South Grove, N6 6BS TEL:020 8340 3343 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
25/1 7.30pm Haydn Chamber Orchestra St Michael’s Church N6 Conducted by Ryan Wigglesworth Charles Owen plays Mozart’s Piano Concerto No 23. Programme includes work by Wagner and Beethoven. Tickets £15-25 reserved phone 020 8340 5643 £10 unreserved at www.hco.org.uk.