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
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.
Taking place at various venues; for listings please see the poster in this magazine and also visit www.hornseymusicfestival.co.uk
FUNDRAISER in aid of Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice
27 Oct Halloween Howler 10am – 3pm. Capel Manor Gardens, Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield, EN1 4RQ Pumpkin carving, traditional craft activities, spooky shoot out, trick or treat, face painting, tractor rides, ghostly stories, haunted trail and much more. We are interested to hear from any Community groups that are interested in getting involved by organising Halloween activities. Please contact Priya Singh on T: 020 8449 8877 or E: [email protected]
Entry prices – see Capel Manor website
Until 22nd Sept:
Thark by Ben Travers, adapted by Clive Francis, starring Clive Francis & James Dutton. A rip-roaring revival of the rarely-seen Aldwych Farce, re-imagined for Park200.
Sympathy Pains A comedy drama about a pregnant man. Featuring Rosalind Adler as Chris & Crispin Letts as Guy
25 Sept – 20 Oct The Barrier Shalev and Malka are strictly orthodox Hasidic Jews, whose wish is to be separate from the rest of society in order to focus on god’s commands. But the neighbour’s security light creates an unworldly tension – can it be resolved?
14 Sept: Fishes have wishes – This tongue-in-cheek parody chronicles a search for, health, wellbeing, energy and harmony.
25-26 Sept: Kinesonic – a quirky mix of high skill circus, slapstick comedy and innovative music-making, all woven together in a bizarre and joyful journey of companionship.
27-28 Sep: Silver Lining – premiere of a brand new, quick-paced and vibrant physical performance.
29 Sep: Pop! – Enjoy all the fun of the seaside and enter a magical world of mirth, mayhem and frolics with Wozisname in this fast-paced family show. Ages 3+
2 Oct: Measure for Measure – Intoxicating, hilarious and tragic by turn, this vigorous and passionate production will hurl you head first into modern day Vienna. Look forward to a whirlwind of political corruption, sex and scandal, justice and mercy.
Blues Jam every Thursday all musicians and singers welcome FREE ENTRY
Feast on Film short film Night – last Tuesday of every Month FREE ENTRY
13 Sept – Open Mic Night
15 Sept – Jazz Night
20 Sept – Piano Night
22 Sept – Comedy Night
27 Sept Motown Night
A celebration of all things Folky presented by Softly Softly
Featuring WORRY DOLLS + MIKAELA KHAN + JACK WARSHAW
Deliciously chilled unplugged acoustic music to charm you on a Crouch End Sunday afternoon
Last Sunday of the month 2.45-5pm £3 OTD
Barboot and Crouch End Record Club – First Friday 7-10.30pm
Crouch End’s biggest vintage, crafts and bric-a-brac market mixes with the Crouch End Record Club – eat drink play listen relax
Regular Comedy Listings:
Mondays Fortnight Club £5 OTD Doors 8pm
Thursdays The legendary Comedy Try Out Night Admission £4/3 Doors Open 8pm
Saturdays Comedy Cabaret . Doors open 6.00pm (tickets checked from 7.30pm) Admission £11/7
Sundays April Comedy Variety Cabaret Adm £7/5 Doors Open 8pm
Wednesdays Quiz Nights Doors open 8pm onwards Adm £1
First Wednesday is a charity pub quiz in aid of Haringey MIND – contact pub for details Adm £2 Doors Open 8pm
16 Sept: Charity, Community & Campaigns. We will be spending our September meeting (on the 98th anniversary of the first WI meeting in the UK!) discussing our contribution to our community, both locally and nationally – which organisation/s to support and how, fundraising etc. We will also be holding a collection for Haringey Foodbank, and welcome donations of non-perishable in-date food items, which we will deliver to the new distribution point at Holy Trinity Church, Stroud Green. All women welcome! 7.30pm, The Hideaway, Ennis Road N4 3HD. Contact e-mail: [email protected].
19 Sept FREE performance of Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris.’ Organised by the HIGHGATE FILM SOCIETY at HLSI, 11 South Grove, N6 6BS. Doors open 7.30pm. Film begins at 8pm. Tel 020 8340 3343 Email [email protected]
25 Sept ‘Green on the Screen’ showing ‘Elemental’. Pay what you can afford to get in. Moors Bar 57 Park Road, Crouch End, London N8 8SY
10 -13 Oct Anya Beaumont Forthcoming SOLO SHOW at the LOCAL gallery, Avenue Mews, Muswell Hill, N10. Featuring a range of new works including original photo-sculptures and Giclee Prints based on the artist’s latest Muswell Hill/N10 site responsive work.
16 Nov London Repertoire Orchestra Concert in aid of Hill Homes Foundation and the LRO. Programme includes Mozart Symphony No 29, Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 and Beethoven Symphony No 1. 7.30 pm St. Michael’s Church, Highgate www.wegottickets.co.uk/236443 / 8347 3684 / at the door