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Faces, Places

THURSDAY 10 JANUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £6.50 There’s a wonderful warmth in this collaboration between the filmmaker Agnès Varda and the photographer JR as they take a road trip through France, talking to people and taking pictures. The results are spectacular and often very moving. CERT: PG DIR: JR & AGNÈS VARDA ZIGGY’S WORLD JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS

‘World Connections Night’ DOUBLE BILL

with Gill Manly and Frater & Taylor FRIDAY 18 JANUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £16

Gill Manly Acoustic Blues Trio

Gill Manly, a jewel in the crown of British Jazz and Blues, performs with her acoustic blues musicians, Trevor Hyett (mandolin mandola) & Thomas Coffey (acoustic guitar). ‘Gill’s voice is nothing short of electric....singers with this much control and technique are a scarcity nowadays’. JAZZ ON CD MAGAZINE ★★★★★ Joining Gill on stage is Scottish born vocalist/ songwriter Josie Frater & Drummer/composer Steve Taylor. They unite Brazilian, Jazz, Pop and world-beats in an adventurous world-jazz excursion. Their thrilling nu-jazz-fusion group has performed at London Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Jazz FM & BBC Radio 2 and many more. 2


Patrick Monahan #Goals FRIDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £14 Multi award-winning comedian and Fringe favourite, returns with another brand new stand-up show, #Goals. We all have life goals, whether it’s to win the lottery or marry up, make it your goal to come and watch an hour of great comedy from an Irish-Iranian smoggy! ‘A definite must see’ HHHH EDINBURGH FESTIVALS MAGAZINE)

HHHH SCOTSMAN ‘Patrick’s a Fringe legend and it is easy to see why!’ HHHH MIRROR.




The Piano

THURSDAY 7 FEBRUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £6.50 The Piano is the story of a woman who will not speak, a man who cannot listen and a wilful and mischievous little girl. The story has Gothic elements and Victorian sensibilities but gives us a heroine who’s definitely not prepared to be a victim. CERT: 15 DIR: JANE CAMPION

King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys SATURDAY 9 FEBRUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £21 King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys are more than just the world’s greatest jump, jive and swing band – they’re an institution! They have opened shows for B.B. King, Ray Charles, Cab Calloway and His Orchestra and toured with the real Blues Brothers Band - the one from the movie. The band line up as King Pleasure - vocals and baritone saxophone, Boysey Battrum - alto and tenor saxophones, Bullmoose K Shirley - guitars, Mighty Matt Foundling - piano, Shark Van Schtoop - bass and Gary ‘The Enforcer’ Barber percussion.

‘The hardest act to follow since the parting of The Red Sea’ PAUL JONES, BBC RADIO 2 4


Top Hat, Cheek to Cheek, Day and Night, A Fine Romance WEDNESDAY 13 FEBRUARY, 2.30PM Tickets: £16, Concs: £15 Award winning Robert Habermann sings the songs and tells the story of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers - the great dancing pair of the thirties; presenting classic songs from their iconic musical films. ZIGGY’S WORLD JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS

Ian Shaw with Steve Taylor Trio FRIDAY 15 FEBRUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £17 Shaw is winner of ‘Best Jazz Vocalist’ at the BBC Jazz Awards 2007 and 2004 and has amassed a number of highly acclaimed albums. He is renowned in both the UK and the US and has been encited as one of the world’s finest male jazz vocalists. His acclaimed 2006 album Drawn to All Things - the songs of Joni Mitchell saw him ‘Praised far and wide as the single greatest male jazz vocalist Britain has to offer.’ JAZZ TIMES. Sharing the stage tonight is Ziggy’s long- time collaborator and Ziggy’s charismatic curator Drummer Steve Taylor and his trio. “World Class” RHYTHM MAG WINTER | SPRING 2019 DUGDALE



Wow! It’s Night-Time SATURDAY 16 & SUNDAY 17 FEBRUARY 11AM & 2PM Running Time 50 minutes Tickets: £11, Young person £9, Family Ticket £34 Recommended for ages 2-5 years The curious little owl is back, and this time she’s ready to discover the wonders of night-time, from the big, bright moon to the bats in the sky and the foxes deep in the forest. But where are all the other owls? When the wind blows the leaves from her tree, you’ll soon see... Little Angel’s production of WOW! Said the Owl enthralled our young audiences and they are delighted to present a stunning adaptation of Tim Hopgood’s nocturnal sequel. 6


Come Mek We Larf Comedy Intimates FRIDAY 22 FEBRUARY, 7.45PM Tickets: £15 Fresh from their sold out shows at the Millfield Theatre. Come Mek We Larf brings to you the best in African Caribbean comedians Up Close & Personal, with a series of new shows called Comedy Intimates. Starring Comedians KOJO (The Fresh Prince of Hackney), DONNA SPENCE (The Big Sister of Comedy) & hosted by MR CEE (The Cool, Charming & Conscious One of Comedy). This show features the best in Stand-Up Comedy, games, music & chances for you & your guests to win prizes. It also promises to kick start your weekend with an amazing show, filled with laughter & good vibes.

This show is a Special Edition & seating is limited to keep it INTIMATE so advance booking is a must. Remember... Come Mek We Larf - Where The Laughter Is Always Guaranteed! WINTER | SPRING 2019 DUGDALE


Behind the Scenes with T. Abrahams SATURDAY 23 FEBRUARY, 8PM Tickets: £20, Concs: £18 ‘Go behind the Scenes’ with public figures, celebrities and entrepreneurs to share their experiences to empower others with similar goals… Special guests take centre stage, to explain that achieving goals is possible and turning dreams into reality is achievable when you take the right steps… With exclusive interviews, a team of experienced panellist, live performances and brief presentations. The audience will be invited to ask questions and have a chance to receive exclusive prizes…. It will be a life changing, night…. Come, and be inspired.



Croft & Pearce: Double Take FRIDAY 1 MARCH, 7.45PM Tickets: £14

Stars of BBC Radio 4s The Croft & Pearce Show and Sketchorama, winners of the Mervyn Stutter Spirit of the Fringe Award, recipients of the official Edinburgh Fringe Total Sell-Out Show laurel and WhatsOnLondon Comedy Award nominees 2017. This BBC ‘Next Big Thing’ Act have sold out theatres in London, New York and around the UK.

Don’t miss their brand new show!

‘A good double-act can always bring the house down, and this pair of Fringe favourites show us how to do just that.’ ★★★★ THE SKINNY

‘Tomorrow’s TV stars.’ ★★★★ THE HERALD



The 39 Steps TUESDAY 5 – SATURDAY 9 MARCH, 7.45PM PLUS 2.30PM MATINEE ON 7 & 9 MARCH Tickets: £17, Concs: £15 Another irresistible offering from G and G Productions! Alfred Hitchcock’s classic spy thriller is hilariously re-created on stage in this brilliant version of the smash hit West End show. This ridiculously funny comedy follows the incredible adventures of our dashing hero Richard Hannay, with his stiff upper lip and his pencil moustache, as he encounters all kinds of dastardly deeds, secret agents and fabulously beautiful women. A wonderfully original and inventive production, it features just four fearless actors playing nearly 200 roles, in 100 minutes of fast paced and thrilling action – a comedy like no other! By arrangement with Edward Snape for Fiery Angel Ltd Adapted by Patrick Barlow From an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd





THURSDAY 14 MARCH, 7.45PM Tickets: £6.50 A turbulent relationship between Moll, a twentysomething misfit and Pascal, a vagabond who turns her world upside down. A tense psychological thriller where desire and anger, innocence and guilt are intriguingly intertwined. CERT: 15 DIR: MICHAEL PEARCE ZIGGY’S PRESENTS JAZZ GUITAR LEGEND

Jim Mullen

+ Ziggy’s All Stars FRIDAY 15 MARCH, 7.45PM Tickets: £17 Jazz guitar legend Jim Mullen takes to the Ziggy’s stage. A five times winner of Best Guitarist in the British Jazz Awards and recipient of a lifetime achievement award in 2015, Jim has performed with US jazz stars including Mose Allison, Jimmy Smith and many many more. ‘One of the great jazz guitarists of all time.’ JAZZWISE MAGAZINE

Today Jim collaborates with Jazz Funk stars INCOGNITO plus household names Hamish Stuart, Georgie Fame, Claire Martin OBE WINTER | SPRING 2019 DUGDALE


SATURDAY 16 MARCH, 1PM & 2.30PM SUNDAY 17 MARCH, 11AM & 2.30PM Tickets: £10.50, Child/Senior Citizen £8.50 Family Ticket £34 Recommended for ages 2+ Following last year’s Box Office Smash, The Elves & the Shoemaker, the Dugdale’s resident puppetry company, String-along-a-Puppet return with the Grimm classic, Hansel & Gretel. Join us as we drop the breadcrumbs that lead us to the Witch’s cottage, made of all your favourite sweets (including some retro ones for the adults) in the woods. Will they be rescued by their father Joe? Will Hansel and Gretel ever like their Step-mum, Jesmonite? Who is Elvin the magical? This brand-new puppet musical promises memorable songs, great puppetry and of course audience participation! Duration 45 minutes (no Interval) including ‘Meet & Greet’ with the puppets and cast.




Dr Jekyll & Ms Hyde MONDAY 18 MARCH, 1.30PM TUESDAY 19 MARCH, 10AM, 1.15PM & 7.45PM Tickets: £12, Schools £9.50 Age suitability 12+ Running time 50 mins (No interval) Another great puppetry performance from the Dugdale’s resident puppetry company, String-along-a-Puppet! Robert Louis Stevenson’s gothic novel is brought to the stage using puppetry to reinvent the story of contrasting personalities, love, loyalty and mystery. Proving that puppetry is not just for children, this production will take you back to Victorian London and the grim reality of the past. This twisted new adaptation by Marc Day, uses the traditional Victorian London backdrop but transitions the lead character from male to female! Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is a set text for OCR, AQA & Edexcel GCSE English Literature



The Lives of Londoners – PART OF THE HERE FILM FESTIVAL THURSDAY 21 MARCH, 7.45PM Tickets: £6.50 Through news and documentary footage, former BBC journalist Kurt Barling uses the stories of ten Londoners to give insights into the transformation of the capitals communities.

Complete your visit to the Dugdale EN_FOOD Café is open for you to enjoy amazing community sourced food and drink 8am - 4pm, Monday - Saturday. You will be pleased to know, during shows you can enjoy award-winning Italian Gelato ice cream from Gelato Di Ariela plus a selection of hot and cold drinks. The Museum Gift Shop is also open for you to browse or even find a unique item to purchase. Great gifts, historic books and Enfield related items, the gift shop will have the perfect souvenir for your visit.



Lucy Frederick Even More Naked FRIDAY 22 MARCH, 7.45PM Tickets: £14 Some years ago, Comedian Lucy Frederick appeared in a reality TV show in which she had to get naked... like, completely naked. No socks or anything. And while that might sound alarming, she’s since discovered that actually, there’s a far more terrifying way to get your bits and bobs out for other people. Another eye wateringly honest confessional from Lucy about having courage and taking the plunge with life, friendships and love. ‘The show pulls on you, a compelling hour with a wholly engaging performer.’ SCOTSMAN

‘Quite frankly, she’s pretty adorable.’ TVBOMB WINTER | SPRING 2019 DUGDALE


The best in family entertainment this Easter holiday Wednesday 3rd April Thursday 4th April 10am Saturday 6th April 11am Sunday 7th April 11am Monday 8th April 11am Tuesday 9th April 11am Wednesday 10th April 11am Friday 12th April 11am Saturday 13th April 11am Sunday 14th April 11am Monday 15th April 11am Tuesday 16th April 11am Wednesday 17th April 11am Thursday 18th April 11am Saturday 20th April 11am Monday 22nd April 11am

1.30pm School Performance 1.30pm School Performance 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm

Duration: 90mins including interval Age suitability: 2 - 103

Tickets Prices

School performances £9.50 For every 10 tickets, 1 teacher goes free. Call the box office on 020 8807 6680 for more information

Tickets: £14.50, Concs: £13 Family Ticket £50 (2 Adults, 2 Children)



Pantomime returns to Dugdale this Easter with Rapunzel, from the creative team that brought you last years Puss in Boots. A hair-raising, fun-packed traditional pantomime. Featuring song, dance, comedy & loads of audience participation, let your hair down for your 2019 Easter pantomime trip! Will the Prince rescue his heroine? Will Witcherty Grub be defeated? Will Mary Cherry, the castle cook, bake the cake in time? For the answers to all these questions don’t miss the Dugdale Panto – Oh no you won’t!



Like Father, Like Son THURSDAY 25 APRIL 7.45PM Tickets: £6.50 Hirokazu Kore-Eda returns to the subject of parents and children in this tenderly beautiful paean to paternity, which sifts gently through issues of nature and nurture. A rich, subtle and rewarding drama. CERT: PG DIR: HIROKAZU KORE-EDA

Ziggy’s 7th Anniversary special

Steve Taylor Big Band eXpLoSiOn FRIDAY 26 APRIL, 7.45PM Tickets: £17 Powerhouse drummer Steve Taylor and the Big Band eXpLoSiOn celebrate Ziggy’s 7th Anniversary performing some of Steve’s favourite music & songs with the Big Band eXpLoSiOn’s trademark style. Expect musical fireworks and Steve’s deftly crafted arrangements of Al Jarreau, Gil Scott-Heron, Quincy Jones, Buddy Rich, George Benson plus icing the cake with brand new original tracks, plus special guests. Taylor leads the band with his unmistakably vibrant drumming together with the luscious vocals of Ziggy’s co-curator/percussionist/ writing partner Josie Frater. ‘Fiery & Hard Hitting’ ★★★★★ TIME OUT




Now extended until 22nd April

SATURDAY ARTS CLUB Tickets: £1 per child, (suitable for ages 3+) Adults FREE. Online booking recommended. Drop in between 10am – 12noon. Kids can make a simple and quick craft to take home inspired by our current exhibition on Broomfield House and Park. Saturday 26 January: Inspired by the Broomfield bees Saturday 23 February: Inspired by the running track Saturday 30 March: Inspired by old postcards Saturday 27 April: Inspired by spring flowers WINTER WINTER| SPRING | SPRING2019 2019 DUGDALE DUGDALE


ADULT MUSEUM MAKERS WITH ART STOP Tickets: £15 per person. All materials included. 6.30pm – 8pm Suitable for anyone, no skills necessary! Embrace your creative side; meet new people at a friendly and informal workshop delivered by local artist, Lisa Howes. Monday 14 January: Book making inspired by the bees of Broomfield! - Make a notebook from scratch with stitched pages using the theme of bees as the cover Monday 11 February: A colourful collage based on the trees in Broomfield Park. - Create a contemporary collage on canvas using natural materials and paper Monday 11 March: Lino printing inspired by the interior of Broomfield House. - Create lino prints inspired by the patterns and textiles inside Broomfield House. Monday 8 April: Pen drawing inspired by the famous fox in Broomfield’s Collection. - Learn the technique of Zentangle drawing to create an elaborate and patterned fox. MONDAY MINDFUL ARTS CAFÉ Tickets: £6 per person, includes a voucher for 10% discount in the café for the duration of the workshop, 12.30pm-1.30pm Suitable for adults, delivered by local artist Lisa Howes. Come and take part in a regular arts class in the cafe foyer with Art Stop. There will be amazing easy to follow and therapeutic art activities allowing you to spend an hour immersed in your thoughts and the process of making in a relaxed and non-threatening environment. All materials will be provided, different themes every week! Monday 7 & 21 January Monday 4 & 18 February Monday 4 & 18 March Monday 1 & 15 April LITTLE MUSEUM EXPLORERS Tickets: £1 Recommended for pre-school children, Adults FREE 10.30am – 11.30am. Join our storytellers for stories and rhymes inspired by Broomfield Park. Stay on to play, explore our museum and enjoy a snack and drink afterwards in our café with new friends! Tuesday 8 January: Insects in Broomfield Park. Tuesday 12 February: Houses and Homes Tuesday 12 March: The Broomfield Boating Lake Tuesday 9 April: Apples & Bananas in Broomfield Park NATURAL WEAVING WORKSHOPS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH YOGART LONDON Tickets: £40, 11am – 2pm recommended for those ages 16+ Join Yolanda Chappell, a textile artist for regular weaving workshops using natural materials from Broomfield Park. Although traditional in her craft, her easy to follow workshop does have a modern twist using a variety of colours and wools. Saturday 19 January - Natural Weaving Wall Hanging for Beginners Saturday 16 February - Natural Dreamcatchers for Beginners Saturday 16 March - Natural Weaving Wall Hanging for Beginners Saturday 20 April - Natural Dreamcatchers for Beginners 20


BROOMFIELD EXHIBITION TALKS Join us every month for a talk inspired by the current exhibition at Broomfield House, led by the Broomfield House Trust and Friends of Broomfield Park. Held at Palmers Green Library Community Room, FREE, 1.30pm – 2.30pm Friday 25 January: Broomfield Museum by Stacey Bagdi, Museum of Enfield Officer Friday 22 February: The Owners of Broomfield House by Ivor Evans, Friends of Broomfield House Trust Friday 29 March: The Lanscroon Murals by Dr Mark Banting Friday 26 April: Trees of Broomfield Park by David March, Friends of Broomfield House Trust COLOUR THERAPY WITH ARTIST PATRICK SAMUEL Tickets: £10 per person, all materials provided, 1pm – 3pm, recommended for those ages 16+ Join local artist Patrick Samuel to paint using colourful pastels the way he does as part of his own art therapy. In these sessions, we’ll be using Broomfield Park as inspiration for your colourful masterpieces. Saturday January 26 Saturday February 23 Saturday March 30 BROOMFIELD PARK REVEALED TOUR WITH BROOMFIELD HOUSE TRUST Tickets: £3 per person, 1.30pm – 2.30pm. This tour happens inside Broomfield Park, starting on the top of Aldermans Hill and Powys Lane. Advance booking recommended. Wednesday 20 March Wednesday 17 April CHILDREN’S EASTER WORKSHOP AT THE MUSEUM OF ENFIELD Broomfield House housed a fascinating collection of natural history exhibits. A selection are now on display in the Museum of Enfield in our exhibition about the house. Learn about natural history collecting and be inspired by what you see to make your own eggciting Easter themed decoration! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults do not need to buy a ticket. Monday 22nd April 2019, 10.30-12pm, 1pm-2.30pm, £5 in advance, £7 on the door. Recommended 4 – 11 years


MADE IN ENFIELD CRAFT MARKET Sunday 24th March 2019 – Mother’s Day Market Tickets: Free entry 11am - 4pm A chance to shop in the Museum of Enfield Gift Shop for locally made handcrafted items, food stalls, live music and a purchase bar. Free demonstrations by local business owners and children’s craft activities. Our new Museum Shop will be offering free gift wrapping and discounts too! WINTER | SPRING 2019 DUGDALE


SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS February 2019 - Stories and More Enchanting stories, rhymes and fun craft activities for younger children. The perfect way to entertain your little ones and make new friends yourselves! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults do not need to buy a ticket. Accompanying siblings under 1 free of charge. Monday 18th February 2019 10.30 to 11.30, £4 in advance, £5 on the door, Suitable for Under 5s ARCHIVES IN FOCUS TOURS Tickets: £3 per person, 10am -11am. Monthly popular tours of Enfield’s Local Studies and Archive Centre. Tours led by Local Studies Officer, John Clark. Friday 25 January and Friday 26 April: Behind the Scenes Tour. Discover what is in the collection, how to use it and what can be researched as well as accessing areas not usually open to the public. Friday 22 February: Treasures of the Archives. During this tour, you will get a chance to see rare items in the collections that are usually kept away from public view dating from a variety of different periods of Enfield’s History. Friday 29 March: Maps of Enfield. This has been a popular event, selling out every time! This tour will show highlights of our maps of Enfield collection. Get up close to some rare maps dating back to the 1658 commonwealth map through the world wars up to the present day. LUNCHTIME TASTER TALKS Tickets: FREE, 1pm -1.45pm Regular monthly talks on the museum’s collections, FREE with 10% off in the café for the day with tickets, advanced ticket reservations recommended. Tuesday 8 January: Enfield’s Railway History Part One: (East) Enfield Town and Southbury Lines by Dave Cockle from the Enfield Society. This illustrated talk will show the many changes over the years and the social impact the coming of the railway had on the communities it served. Tuesday 12 February: The Roman Lead Coffin from Burleigh Road by Neil Pinchbeck from the Enfield Archaeology Society. In this talk hear about the Roman Lead Coffin discovered on Burleigh Road. Find out more about the coffin and the excavations involved and hear about Roman Enfield. Tuesday 12th March: Suffragists and Suffragettes in Enfield, Edmonton and Southgate by Joe Studman. In April 2018 a statue of Millicent Fawcett was unveiled in Parliament Square. On the Plinth were listed 59 names of women & men who contributed to the fight to win the vote in 1918 & in 1928. At least 10 of those names campaigned in our borough. Tuesday 9th April: WWI Airship Raid over Enfield by David Marks. On the 3rd September 1916, Lieutenant William Leefe Robinson flying his BE2c aircraft tracked the SL11 airship over Enfield and fired on it, bringing it down in a field in Cuffley. This illustrated talk will focus on the Cuffley airship and Enfield’s ‘night to remember’. David is a member of the Airship Heritage Trust and a committee member of Cross & Cockade International (The First World War Aviation Historical Society). 22



– Linked to our current exhibition on Broomfield House and Park

Inspirations of Broomfield: Past and Present by Anne Hutchings and Broomfield Boundaries by Nicola Scott

- a joint exhibition. Wednesday 2 January – Friday 1 February 10am – 5pm, Free Local artists Anne Hutchings and Nicola Scott will be exhibiting a series of prints and watercolours that are inspired by plants in the conservatory, trees and bees in the orchard and model boats on the boating lake.

Bringing the Walls to Life:

The Lanscroon Murals of Broomfield House Revisited.

Monday 4 February – Friday 1 March 10am – 5pm Free London Artist Maker Alex McHallam uses images from the Murals to bring the walls back to life. This is an important part of Palmers Green’s heritage and Alex draws attention to this rich resource and questions what can be done to restore it to its former glory.

Ajay Trashey Tuesday 9 – Sunday 28 April 10am – 5pm Free entry Inspired by pop art and a vast range of subjects the art created by Ayjay Trashy has become more refined and created on confined spaces.




To book tickets online please visit www.dugdalecentre.co.uk This is the quickest and easiest way to book tickets.


Call 020 8807 6680 for card bookings. Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm.


Tickets can be purchased by cash, cheque or card at Millfield Theatre, Dugdale Centre and Forty Hall.

ACCESS The Dugdale Centre is wheelchair accessible. For hearing impaired, we have the Sennheiser infra-red system, these receivers tune into your hearing aid and can be collected from Box Office. We welcome guide and hearing dogs.


Dugdale Centre, Thomas Hardy House, 39 London Road, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS By Train: From Liverpool Street Station stop at Enfield Town Station. From Moorgate and Finsbury Park stop at Enfield Chase Station. By Road: A105 (London Road, Silver Street) and A110 (Windmill Hill, Church Street, Southbury Road). Parking: Pay & display parking areas. Palace Gardens Car Park – Sydney Road (530 spaces) and Genotin Road Car Park.


See map for further parking areas. By Bus from: Enfield Lock - 121 Edmonton Green - 191 Tottenham Hale - 192 Barnet- 307 Potters Bar - 313 Waltham Cross - 317 Wood Green - 121, 231, 329, and N29 Oakwood - 377 Chase Farm Hospital - W8 and W9 Southgate - W9 Crews Hill - W10

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