Harringay Market, South Harringay School, Mattison Road, N4 1BD
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
2nd & 4th Saturdays 10am-2pm School Yard, Bounds Green School, Bounds Green Road, London N11 2GQ
A bustling and atmospheric market at the ‘The Village’ in the heart of Muswell Hill Broadway. Stalls selling crafts, collectables, vintage, local designers maker produce, home-made treats and more.
Every 2nd Saturday 12noon-5pm
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
MUSIC, THEATRE, COMEDY
9-28 July: Logos Theatre Company presents NUDE WITH VIOLIN by Noel Coward – A delightful comedy satirising the hypocrisy surrounding modern art.
29 July-25 August CAMDEN FRINGE FESTIVAL
27- 31 August Opera Players presents:
TOSCA by Puccini – 27, 29 Aug 7.30pm, 31 Aug 3pm
FIDELIO by Beethoven – 28, 30-31 Aug 7.30pm
Tickets £15 (£13 concs) / Combined ticket for both operas £25 (£20 concs)
Blues Jam every Thursday all musicians and singers welcome FREE ENTRY
Feast on Film short film Night – last Tuesday of every Month FREE ENTRY
16 July-11 August Skin Tight An ordinary couple with an extraordinary love relive the/physical, violent and pleasurably episodic remembrances of their first words, first date and first intimacy.
Boom–Tish! Comedy & Variety presents 3 nights of Edinburgh Previews, with some of the best talent from the UK circuit!
22 July: Phil Nichol, James Acaster – MC Rich Wilson
28 July: Tony Law, Lucy Porter – MC Carly Smallman
29 July Marcus Brigstocke, Patrick Monaha – MC Nish Kumar
10 July Sean Walsh & Marlon Davis
Seann Walsh: The Lie-In King – Star of Live at the Apollo warms up ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe with an all-new hour of showing the world why he’s The Lie-In King.
Marlon Davis: Crackin’ Up – In his hotly anticipated follow-up to 2012’s critically acclaimed show, Davis previews soul-baring new comedy.
11 July Mark Thomas: 100 Acts of Minor Dissent – Mark goes back to what he does best, mischief. The show is his quest to commit 100 Acts of Minor Dissent in the space of one year…..Subversive, funny, probably legal and occasionally inspiring.
16 July John Gordillo & Ivo Graham
John Gordillo: Cheap Shots at the Defenceless – An established stand up, John has also cemented his reputation as a comedy director, working with the likes of Eddie Izzard.
Ivo Graham: Binoculars – ‘Binoculars’ is the punchline of a joke my brother made at my expense at Christmas. Please come and laugh my pain away.
17 July Generation Arts: A Dog’s Life – A Dog’s Life is the result of 7 months’ work for this company of exciting young actors who have been devising and theatre-making with professional directors once a week.
18 Jul 2013 Charlie Baker & Suzi Ruffell
Charlie Baker: Baker’s Dozen – Award-winning comedian Charlie Baker, “Devon’s answer to Sinatra” (The Guardian), sings the 13 biggest selling UK singles from the last 13 years. He’ll tell more than 13 jokes.
Suzi Ruffell: Work in Progress – Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year nominee and Latitude New Act of the Year finalist follows up last year’s hit show Let’s Get Ready to Ruffell.
24 July Titty Bar Ha Ha & Micky D
1943. England. As the bombs fall, join your hosts Hope and Gloria for a rollicking, raucous show of high-end filth. Strap in as they regale you with twisted tales of debauchery and depravity, naughty balloon modelling, original songs and sharp vocals.
Australian comedian Mickey D has mastered the art of audience interaction and mimicking accents with his bright and amiable character and lightning fast wit.
25 July Major Tom – A smelly Bassett Hound and a chubby 34 year old take on the strange and ruthless world of competitive beauty. A one woman, one dog show laying bare the British fascination with celebrity, beauty and winning.
27-28 Jul – Chelsea Ballet presents a programme of dance with guests Allsorts Adult Dance (Saturday only) and Harlow Ballet Association.