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Welcome to the autumn edition of Enfield Presents covering what’s on in September, October, and November! Cosy up, unwind and relax as autumn draws closer. It is the perfect time to treat yourself, friends or family to an activity perfect for them… and this season there is a great varied programme of events you can choose from. October brings Black History Month! Watch out for the events perfect for celebrating. Enfield

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WELCOME has everything from music to drama and comedy to dance. Make sure to take note of these great events. When the time comes to feel autumnal, nothing beats making handmade crafts or spending quality time with loved ones. Bring them to the Apple Fair at Forty Hall and enjoy playing classic games like apple bobbing. You can also get prepared, book and write the amazing Halloween events in your calendar. At Millfield Theatre, we are excited to welcome TV’s fashion

guru Gok Wan to town, as well as great live music events. Free exhibitions are in abundance at The Dugdale along with great one off unique shows for those looking for something different this season. Have fun while you improve your fitness with Active Enfield, find all the sports courses inside. See you there!

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THE ELO ENCOUNTER Roll over Beethoven, because the greatest tribute to Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra is here! This all live show featuring soaring strings, striking vocal harmonies will reel off all the classic hits, including Evil Woman, Telephone Line and Don’t Bring Me Down. The ELO Encounter promises a night filled with rock, roll and Blue Skies that would make even Mozart mambo and Bach boogie!

Stunning lights and special effects create an atmosphere that will have you fully immersed and up and dancing the whole night away.

“Fantastic performance, I’ve never seen such a standing ovation here!” Phil Pattie, Braintree Arts Theatre Manager Saturday 2 September, 7.45pm Tickets £20

I’M NOT JUST AN ITALIAN IN LONDON Fresh off the boat comedian Enrico Rennella will delight you in his one man comedy and musical show act with exhilarating tales of his adventures of growing up Italian! This talented comedian has his own unique style, effervescent and down-right hilarious, winning him love from audiences worldwide. In his 20’s, Enrico began performing all over Europe! After falling in love with Canada and the local ItalianCanadian community, he has settled his roots and has grown as an artist. With dozens of sold-out shows under his belt, Enrico is ready to push forward and bring his comedy to the world. Friday 8 September, 8pm Tickets £25



CHAS & DAVE – THE LEGENDS RETURN Cockney Duo Chas & Dave are selling out theatres across the UK and they return to Millfield Theatre for two shows! Still going strong, in the past three years they’ve recorded a new hit album ‘That’s What Happens’, headlined The Royal Variety Show, sold out The Royal Albert Hall, performed an arena tour with Status Quo and made a guest appearance on BBC TV’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. Even their hit single ‘I’m Going Back’ featured in the Heathrow Airport 2016 Christmas TV advert!

Don’t miss this special show delving in to the duo’s history and featuring all the hits that made them famous including ‘Gertcha’, ‘Sideboard Song ‘Rabbit’, ‘Ain’t No Pleasing You’, ‘Margate’ and many more! Performing the first half of the show will be The Jackie Lynton Band, Chas & Dave will then perform all their hits and more in the second half. Come and be entertained! Sunday 10 September, 4pm & 8pm Tickets £27.50



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A NIGHT OF HENDRIX & CREAM A firm favourite at Millfield. Their refreshingly energetic and unpretentious live show is a great night out!

KAST OFF KINKS The Kast off Kinks consists of former members of the legendary band The Kinks.

This fantastic line-up features Mick Avory, who was the original drummer on all the classic hits from 1964-84, John Dalton whose bass and vocals skills dominated The Kinks throughout the 70s, shortly followed by Ian Gibbons on the keyboard and vocals 1979-96, lastly Dave Clarke on guitar and vocals. Expect all the hits, including: You Really Got Me, Dedicated Follower of Fashion, Sunny Afternoon, Lola, Waterloo Sunset, Come Dancing, and many more making it a night not to be missed. Saturday 9 September, 7.45pm Tickets £21.50



Delivering a kicking, world class show that features all your favourite Jimi Hendrix and the rock Supergroup Cream, the power trio Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce tracks, performed with an energy and virtuosity that transcends tribute band status. Hits include “I Feel Free”, “Sunshine of Your Love” and “All Along The Watchtower” and “Tales Of Brave Ulysses”. Definitively NOT a wig wearing, dress up, pantomime tribute band – simply great music performed by great players of genuine pedigree. A band with real talent! Saturday 16 September, 7.45pm Tickets £20

HOW SWEET IT IS – MOTOWN’S GREATEST HITS Let’s ‘Get Ready’.... to ‘Go Loco... Down in Acapulco’.

MITCH BENN: DON’T FEAR THE REAPER Mitch Benn the musician, comedian and author known for his comedy rock songs performed on BBC radio or for winning BBC 2’s Celebrity Mastermind. He is recognised by The Times as “the country’s leading musical satirist” and he has turned 46… over the hill by anyone’s standards.

The ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of Motown is back! This stunning live show combines first class music together with slick choreography, and an amazing band. You’ll be ‘Dancing On The Ceiling’, with songs from legendary artistes such as Lionel Richie, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Jackson Five, Edwin Starr and many more. You can expect the best Motown experience you will ever have with the UK’s No.1 Motown show. Come and dance ‘All Night Long’. Saturday 23 September, 7.45pm Tickets £24, Concs £21

Mitch’s personal life is in turmoil and his childhood heroes are dropping like flies. It could be times like this when a man feels the Reaper creeping up on him, but is death anything to fear? Mitch confronts mortality with hilarious (and tuneful) consequences. Join him! It’s time you’re not getting back! Friday 22 September, 7.45pm Tickets £14.50



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THE MGM MUSICALS – MORE STARS THAN IN THE HEAVENS Award winning singer Robert Habermann tells the story and sings the songs from the wellknown magical MGM musicals, Singing in the Rain, High Society and many more, alongside telling stories of the stars; Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire and Frank Sinatra. You can experience musicals from their humble beginnings in the 1929 to their 1974 compilation film “That’s Entertainment!”. This is its own unique glittering story of the studio that had ‘More stars than in the heavens’. Come and enjoy over 40 of MGM’s iconic songs including: Over the Rainbow, The Trolley Song, Who wants to be a millionaire, Stranger in Paradise, Hi Lili Hi Lo, That’s Entertainment and much more. Sunday 24 September, 6pm Tickets £20, Concs £18

ANTIGONE A brother condemned to walk forever in the shadow of death. A family teetering on the brink of catastrophe. A world where one girl dares to take a stand. This blistering new adaptation sees Sophocles’ tragedy reimagined in a dystopian landscape, where fate is written in code and where drones flock across the skies. Brought to life by innovative theatre company Actors of Dionysus, this production combines bold ideas with passionate and visceral physical theatre. Age 14+ Wednesday 27 September, 1.15pm & 7.30pm Tickets £15, visit the website for information about Schools and group tickets. ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017


BRIAN POOLE & THE TREMELOES It is 54 years ago since Brian Poole & The Tremeloes recorded their first record. Since then Brian Poole had a successful solo alongside the other three singers who continued the success as The Tremeloes. What we see on this show is Brian Poole, Len “Chip” Hawkes and Dave Munden, together again, performing hits, such as Twist and Shout, Do You Love Me, Silence Is Golden, Suddenly You Love Me and many many more. With great backing provided by hit recording stars Vanity Fare it is a show not to be missed. So treat yourself to a great evening of nostalgia taking you back to the Swinging Sixties. Thursday 28 September, 7.45pm Tickets £22, Concs £20

THE TARANTINOS This incredible all live 8 piece band bring to life the songs and sounds of the classic Tarantino movies. From Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill and from Pulp Fiction to True Romance it’s all here in this amazing tribute to these iconic films and their great timeless soundtracks!

So dress up as your favourite character grab yourself a “Royale with cheese” and take in the awesome Tarantinos! Indulge in this talented band and relish all the great soundtracks from the movies you love. Friday 29 September, 7.45pm Tickets £21.50, £19.50



AND FINALLY…PHIL COLLINS Now, celebrating their ‘10th Anniversary’ year together, this truly amazing eleven piece band which includes the ‘And Finally Horns’ faithfully re-create all the classic hits from the Phil Collins and Genesis timeless back catalogue. They are recognised throughout the industry as the market leaders and definitive Phil Collins & Genesis tribute show and voted Official UK No. 1 by the National Tribute Music Awards.


You can expect an exciting spectacle with new lighting, stage sets and world class musicians that bring you closer to that immense Phil Collins experience. The ‘two drummer’ line up remains integral and the dedicated percussionist performing the Louis Conte role, has moved the ‘And Finally’ experience to a whole different league. Saturday 30 September, 7.45pm Tickets £21.50

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Back by huge popular demand, LDN Wrestling is back with a bang! Expect to see a great line up of top International talent from all the major federations from around the world, to face the best of British personalities in a 2-hour non-stop fun filled family evening out. Leading the troops is the LDN British Champion Crusher Curtis and Fan favourite Alan Lee Travis. The show has been loved by families, groups of friends and birthday do’s! If you haven’t yet seen this show, come and see the excitement for yourself. Sunday 1 October, Doors 2.30pm, Bell time 3pm Tickets £15, Concs £12, Family tickets available

CREEDS CROSS – THE CELTIC JOURNEY The most talented, energising Celtic musicians you are ever likely to hear, performing your favourite classics with a contemporary flare. You can expect a sing-along, toe-tapping evening of music, storytelling and emotional melodies. From Galway to Nashville and beyond, Folk music can trace its origins back to the early influences of the Irish and Scots. This is all embraced in the show as the band put their unique stamp on

classics such as, The Galway Girl, Wagon Wheel, I’ll Tell Me Ma, and so many more. Made up of some of the world’s finest musicians, Creeds Cross play their fantastic new arrangements alongside their very own huge songs making it a show not to be missed! Saturday 7 October, 7.45pm Tickets £22.50

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BALLET BLACK TRIPLE BILL FEATURING RED RIDING HOOD Ballet Black’s 2016 programme delighted a new generation of dance fans with its ‘dash, daring and joie de vivre’ as quoted from The Guardian. In her latest mixed bill, Artistic Director Cassa Pancho commissions bold choreography once more, blending the classical and contemporary, narrative and abstract, for her ballet company comprising international dancers of black and Asian descent. A four-hander characterised by intricate detail and propulsive energy, Captured ebbs and flows to the fiery emotion of Martin Lawrance’s edgy choreography, set to a Shostakovich string quartet.


French choreographer, Ludovic Ondiviela, presents Dopamine (you make my levels go silly) a beautiful pas de deux about love, lust and passion. South Bank Award winner, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa turns a popular fairy tale on its head as Red Riding Hood is given a surprising twist! Red Riding Hood is cocommissioned by The Barbican. Suitable for ages 7+ Thursday 5 October, 7.45pm Tickets £17, Concs £15

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Photography by Bill Cooper

TJ HIGGS – THE MEDIUM With a natural, unique and accurate presentation, TJ is firmly placed as the UK’s foremost psychic medium. Her broad appeal allows her to support private readings, live theatre appearances and events within the UK and internationally.

LOVERS ROCK UNPLUGGED Come and join lovers rock royalty, Janet Kay, Victor Romero Evans, and Carroll Thompson in ‘Lovers Rock Unplugged’. Singing their hits, as well as their favourites from the genre, you will be tuning in to pure unadulterated, no gimmicks vocal honey, alongside their excellent three-piece band. So bring your singing voices and get ready to be transported acoustically to the comfort zone of Lovers Rock heaven! Sunday 8 October, 7pm Tickets £23.50

As well as her appearances on Destiny TV, Sky Living’s: ‘Colin Fry Live with TJ Higgs’ and ITV3’s The X-tra Factor, TJ has also starred in 21 episodes of Psychic Private Eyes for Zone Reality, alongside investigating murders and missing people cases for CBS Reality Television. TJ co-presented ‘The Three Mediums’ theatre show which included a sell-out at the Hammersmith Apollo Theatre. Prepare to be amazed.

Evenings of Mediumship are not scientifically proven and are presented for entertainment purposes only. Wednesday 11 October, 7.45pm Tickets £21.50

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THE LIVE AID EXPERIENCE Join us in a celebration of a musical gathering so important, so poignant that it changed lives the world over and has stood the test of time. This is a concert where legends were born, where records were broken and where humanity listened as one! There will be a great full live rock band and incredible singers and dancers, join them as they pay homage to the greatest performances and the greatest songs from this historical concert. This is the Live Aid Experience expect the best tributes to the likes of Dire Straits, Elton John, David Bowie, Queen and many more. Presented by Total Productions. Thursday 12 October, 7.45pm Tickets £21.50, Concs £19.50

LONDON COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHOIR – ‘IN FLIGHT’ The London Community Gospel Choir is back! You can expect a vibrant style of Gospel music mixed with contemporary wellknown songs and the unique high energy audience participation ensures everyone has a great time. The choir have been more active than ever. From humble beginnings in 1982 they have gone on to become Europe’s ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

leading Gospel choir. Creating a wall of soulful sound that is both memorable and inspirational. It’s no wonder they regularly grace many of the UK’s greatest stages such as Wembley Stadium, the Royal Albert Hall and Glastonbury Festival. They have become the — 14 —

first point of call for a variety of major recording artists including Madonna, Sting, Paul McCartney, Tina Turner, George Michael and more. Don’t miss the chance to see them perform. Friday 13 October, 7.45pm Tickets £24

ULTIMATE BEATLES Established in 2001, Ultimate Beatles have earned a reputation as the UK’s leading professional Beatles Tribute Band! They use authentic instruments, equipment and a range of costumes, faithfully playing homage to the key areas that made The Beatles regarded as the foremost and the most influential act of the rock era in the 60s. The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band will take you back to the swinging sixties by bringing you the sights and sounds of the legends you love. Don’t miss the party. Saturday 14 October, 7.45pm Tickets £21.50


An all-new spectacular brings together the UK’s No1 Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra for the first time ever in the swingsational show of the year. The brand-new production combines the full sound of big band swing with the charisma, panache and swagger of the original trio – performed by an all-star cast! This lavish treat authentically captures Dean, Sammy and Frank during their Fifties and Sixties Vegas heyday. You can expect all the patter and razzamatazz of the Rat Pack’s infamous live stage show. Join them for a live concert extravaganza and swing the night away. Saturday 21 October, 7.45pm Tickets £24.50 — 15 —


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VIVA NEIL DIAMOND This show is an absolute ‘must see’ for any Neil Diamond fans! To celebrate the icon’s 50 year recording career the UK’s very own ‘voice of Neil’ Bob Drury brings this amazing show to the road. A brand new one-man stage show simply bursting with Neil Diamond gems! Enjoy once more all the hits including Sweet Caroline, Forever In Blue Jeans, Love on the Rocks, America, Hello Again, Play Me, Beautiful Noise, Song Sung Blue, I’m A Believer, Red Red Wine, and many, many more. Don’t miss the chance to toe-tap or dance the night away to all your favourite songs.

“Superb, professional artist. You close your eyes and it could be the man himself.” James Tillet, Astor Theatre Thursday 26 October, 7.30pm Tickets £17

COME MEK WE LARF – THE MASTERS OF BLACK COMEDY PART 3 After two years of sold out shows, we once again bring the stage alive with the perfect Spirit & Vibrancy to celebrate Black History Month with a belly full of laughter. You can expect a night of funtastic entertainment where you can see the best in African Caribbean Comedians. The Masters of Black Comedy III presents four of the UK’s Champion Comedians that just simply love to entertain you… Come and see the hilarious ‘BabyFace of Comedy’


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Babatundé, alongside one of P’Diddy’s Favourite ‘Bad Boys of Comedy’ Will-E. Not forgetting the ‘Amamihe Man of Comedy’ Nabil Abdulrashid and ‘Mr Sniper Pose Of Comedy’ Aurie Styla, all hosted by the evening will be the ‘Cool, Charming & Conscious’ Mr Cee. Be prepared to witness comedy in its highest form, with an abundance of cultural hilarity and splendid humour. Book early to avoid disappointment. Friday 27 October, 7.45pm Tickets £17


A CELEBRATION OF FRANKIE VALLI AND THE FOUR SEASONS Back by popular demand! Join this musical journey through the career of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, whose songs graced such films as The Deer Hunter, Dirty Dancing and Grease. You can expect a celebration of their greatest hits such as Beggin, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man, Lets Hang On, Bye Bye Baby, Grease and many more. You will be up and dancing before a superb grand finale medley of the greatest hits. See the combination of world class vocals and snappy choreography play homage to the vast catalogue of hits making it a memorable and unforgettable night of nostalgia.

“The bar is constantly being raised by Bye Bye Baby” – The Stage “Fantastic show” «««« “Superb” «««« Saturday 28 October, 7.45pm Tickets £22.50

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY – VIENNA FESTIVAL BALLET Experience the classic fairytale set to Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score! Stunning choreography, beautiful costumes and magnificent dancing portray the struggle between good and evil. The wicked Carbosse casts a spell on Princess Aurora proclaiming that she will one day prick her finger – and die. The Lilac Fairy changes the spell, and instead on that fateful day the Princess and the entire Palace will fall into a deep sleep. A century later Prince Florimund revives the Princess with a kiss, the Palace awakes and a parade of fairytale characters attend the wedding. Follow this traditional tale, and join the talented and renowned cast to their dream land. Guaranteed to enchant audiences of all ages. Sunday 29 October, 1pm & 5pm Tickets £21.50, Concs £18.50, Family Ticket £71.50

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GEORGIE FAME LIVE IN CONCERT One of a very select number of UK tour dates, Georgie Fame returns to Millfield Theatre for one night only. His much-loved blend of Jazz and Rhythm & Blues enabled Georgie Fame to become a true icon of the British music scene. He has more than twenty albums and fourteen hit singles, ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

including the Number 1’s: Yeh Yeh, Get Away and The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde to his name. You can expect a very special and intimate evening, with a bona fide music legend, who has collaborated with some of music’s most famous names, including Muddy Waters, Gene Vincent, Bill Wyman, Eric Clapton and more.

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Come and hear Georgie’s hits, alongside music from the Artists that influenced him – all interspersed with personal stories and anecdotes from his incredible career. A must event for lovers of Jazz and Rhythm & Blues music. Tuesday 31 October, 7.45pm Tickets £24, Concs £22

ISLANDS IN THE STREAM – THE MUSIC OF DOLLY PARTON & KENNY ROGERS Celebrate the Queen & King of country, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. Leave your 9 to 5 worries at the door and get ready for a night in the company of Country Music Royalty! This thigh-slapping stage show brings together the beloved glamour and personality of Dolly, along with Kenny’s charisma and energy with hit after hit including: Jolene, Ruby, 9 to 5, Lucille, Here You Come Again, The Gambler, I Will Always Love You, Coward of the Country, plus the smash hit Islands in the Stream. Enjoy a superb score and supreme musicianship they bring the house down with the ultimate tribute to two country music legends. Friday 3 November, 7.45pm Tickets £23, Concs £20

HAMLET – YOUNG SHAKESPEARE COMPANY The Young Shakespeare Company presents Hamlet, designed for those aged 7 to 12. On the ramparts of Elsinore Castle, the ghost of old King Hamlet appears through the mist to reveal a startling and extraordinary secret to his son Prince Hamlet. Should he believe what the ghost tells him? And if so what should the young Prince do with this shocking information? A fast moving and accessible adaptation of the play for young audiences performed by the Young Shakespeare Company, who are making their 19th annual visit to the Millfield Theatre with their acclaimed Primary Shakespeare project. Contact Young Shakespeare Company directly on 020 8368 4828 for booking and information about school group reductions. Monday 6 – Friday 10 November, 11am & 2pm Tickets £12

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MISERABLE MAN Join us for this African Caribbean family play full of drama and laughter set in North London. Mr. Macpherson who fought for England in World War II now aged 86 receives headaches from his family and social services to sell his house after the death of his wife. Mr. Macferson came to England from the Caribbean in 1947. November 2017 we see Macferson coming back from the reception funeral of his wife. He sits down in the front room drinking his rum. He hears a knock at the door. His life begins to take another turn with private developers wanting him to sell his house and his children giving up pressure about his will. Written, produced and directed by Lorna Blackman MA. Performed by the ACLC Big Peoples Theatre. Saturday 11 November, 8pm Tickets £12, Concs £8, Children £5 AUTUMN 2017 ENFIELD PRESENTS

RICK WAKEMAN PIANO PORTRAITS Currently celebrating his 50th year as a professional musician, keyboard player, songwriter and

broadcaster, Rick Wakeman recently made chart history when his Piano Portraits album became the first solo piano album to enter the UK’s Top 10! Piano Portraits features instrumental versions of hits Rick originally

performed on Space Oddity, Morning Has Broken & Wondrous Stories, as well of others specifically chosen for their wonderful melodies, including Stairway To Heaven, Help and Eleanor Rigby. You can expect to be delighted by a selection of some of his favourite classical pieces such as Berceuse, Clair de Lune and Swan Lake…all will be interspersed with hilarious anecdotes from this well-known and accomplished raconteur. This one man sell out show has been extremely popular so sit back, relax and enjoy the music. Saturday 4 November, 7.45pm Tickets £26.50


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GOK WAN NAKED & BARING ALL Thick-rimmed glasses. Shrieking laughs. Getting naked in shop windows! But whatever you think you know about TV’s fashion guru Gok Wan, you haven’t heard the half of it. From his humble beginnings on a Leicester council estate, to becoming one of the country’s most recognised faces. Gok candidly unravels his life to reveal everything he has not yet dared to bare. No collar is left unturned in what might be the most honest, campest and naked stage show ever to mince the boards. Tuesday 7 & Wednesday 8 November, 7.45pm Tickets £26.50



DATE MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING PRICES SCHOOLS Thursday 23rd Nov Preview 6pm £15.50 all tickets Saturday 25th Nov (Opening Night) 1.15pm 5pm £15.50 all tickets Sunday 26th Nov 1.15pm 5pm £15.50 all tickets Monday 27th Nov 10am LA 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Tuesday 28th Nov 10am 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Wednesday 29th Nov 10am 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Thursday 30th Nov 10am 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Saturday 2nd Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Sunday 3rd Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Monday 4th Dec 10am LA 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Tuesday 5th Dec 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S LD OUT SO10am Wednesday 6th Dec SO10am 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S LD OUT Thursday 7th Dec 10am 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Saturday 9th Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Sunday 10th Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Monday 11th Dec 10am LA 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Tuesday 12th Dec 10am LA 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Wednesday 13th Dec 10am 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Thursday 14th Dec 10am LA 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S Saturday 16th Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Sunday 17th Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Monday 18th Dec 1.15pm *S 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F £12*S T 5pm Tuesday 19th Dec 1.15pm £20 (£17) *G *F £12*S SOLD OU*S Wednesday 20th Dec 1.15pm *S 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F £12*S Friday 22nd Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Saturday 23rd Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Sunday 24th Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Wednesday 27th Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Thursday 28th Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Friday 29th Dec 1.15pm 5pm *R £20 (£17) *G *F Saturday 30th Dec 1.15pm 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F Sunday 31st Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Price in brackets ( ) applies to children under 16 and other concessions *F - Family Ticket £70 (2 full price, 2 children’s concs) Available on marked performances only. *G- Group Rate Available on marked performances only. 10 - 15: £1 off per ticket 16 - 25: £2 off per ticket 26+ £3 off per ticket *S - School Parties - All tickets £12 (one teacher free for every 10 children) on schools performances.(Exclusively reserved for schools parties, book directly with the box office up till the autumn term). This price is only for school parties *R- Relaxed performance on Friday 29th December, 5pm. NB: Relaxed performances are specifically designed to welcome people with an Autistic Spectrum condition, learning disability or sensory and communication disorder. A ticket must be purchased for every child. Age suitability 3 - 103! NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS. LA - LiMiTeD AvAiLABiLiTy

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TERRIFIC TOYS: MADE AND PLAYED IN ENFIELD On until Sunday 7 January 2018, 10am - 5pm

PARK AVENUE RESOURCE CENTRE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION The photographers featured in this exhibition all attend a mixed age and ability class at Park Avenue Resource Centre in Enfield. The ‘user friendly’ class enables members to improve their knowledge of their camera and their photographic skills, and are supported to progress their photography as an art form or for enjoyment. The Park Avenue Resource Centre provides a friendly environment to motivate and empower participants to learn new skills, socialise and pursue their interests. Come and view the final result in this free exhibition.


Photo Credit – Patricia Whitmarsh

Fascinating and really well presented exhibition. Fun for both children and adults. Excellent! My son did not want to leave! M. Ranage

Monday 4 – Saturday 30 September, 9am – 5pm Free Admission

A lovely well thought out exhibition, full of fun, nostalgia and information about local industry. C. Noone ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

Absolutely brilliant – I have gone right back to the 60s where I played with most of these toys with either my siblings or friends throughout the years. Today I’m here with my grandson who is having a great time. Thank you. S. Ramsay

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TODDLER, BABY AND BUMP SHOW 2017 North London’s biggest and best Toddler, Baby and Bump Show is back! After a successful first show and 99% of visitors saying that they would return for a second year, the Toddler, Baby and Bump Show is back and this time bringing even more. You can expect more baby and toddler related businesses and charities as well as entertainment and fun for the family. There will be performances, activities, stalls, demonstrations, talks and appearances spread over two floors. This is a must attend event for mums and dads of babies and toddlers as well as expectant parents.

Saturday 9 September, 10.30am – 4pm Early bird tickets £2 per adult plus a small booking charge. On the door £3 Kids Go Free.

SING-ALONG-A-SUNDAY Join Shabby Chic Theatre as they host open mic sessions in the foyer. Running on a regular basis throughout the year, you can see a variety of local talent or even pluck up the courage to have a go yourself. This is a platform for new and experienced performers alike to

show their singing and musical talents to an audience in a relaxed cabaret style setting. Popular, New Compositions, Ballads, Musical Theatre and Classical songs are all included in an entertaining varied program. Not forgetting the finale of audience participation. — 25 —

Visit the website for more information about taking part. Sunday 10 September, 5pm Sunday 8 October, 5pm Sunday 12 November, 5pm Sunday 10 December, 5pm Tickets £8


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ENFIELD WELLBEING SHOWCASE Welcome to the second annual Enfield Wellbeing Showcase. You can expect so much to see and do. There will be…

ENFIELD CAMERA CLUB EXHIBITION The annual exhibition of the Enfield Camera Club returns. Enfield Camera Club established in the 1950’s and thrive on providing warm friendly meetings, ensuring help and support is readily available from all levels of expertise.

1) The Hive zone – There are 30 exhibitor stands, retail stalls, information stands and talking therapies etc. 2) The Tranquillity zone – a quiet space for therapists to provide relaxing sessions alongside the ‘Chill-out zone’ for meditation and rest. Here you can treat yourself to a pamper session.

The exhibition will feature mounted prints by the club membership, ranging from comparative enthusiastic beginners to highly technically advanced workers. Every year the exhibition is well received and enjoyed by visitors, and curiosity in the club and exhibition has grown year on year.

3) The Speaker zone – 10 speakers throughout the day on topics such as Homoeopathy, Pregnancy Selfcare and many more.

All visitors are naturally welcome, admission is free and there will be an opportunity to vote for your favourite photograph.

Saturday 4 November, 11am – 4pm Tickets £3 entry (including raffle entry), children under 16 free, Treatments £15 for 20 minutes All proceeds go to ‘In Sue’s Name’ and Zebras Children & Adults.

Photo Credit – Alan Wheeler ‘Beach Wedding’

Monday 9 October – Saturday 4 November, 9am – 5pm Free ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

There is a cafe serving food and hot drinks downstairs. Come celebrating the best Enfield has to offer!

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ESCAPE AND RETURN – AN EXHIBITION BY PATRICK SAMUELS “Painting and drawing lets me soar past the planets, where I can let my hands glide across the stars as I say goodbye to it all. Watch it fade away. And I do get that far when I realise how much I’d leave behind back on Earth.” Patrick Samuel Patrick Samuel is an emerging artist, working primarily with pastels and graphite pencils, but he also enjoys experimenting with water colours, acrylics, glass and oil paints. Being on the autistic spectrum with Asperger’s Syndrome, Patrick is stimulated by bold, contrasting colours, intricate details, multiple textures, and varying shades of light and dark. Tuesday 7 November – Saturday 2 December, 9am – 5pm Free Admission

NO FINER LIFE The Archer’s Graham Harvey, brings to the stage the true tale of an unlikely Cotswold hero and an enduring romance. What inspires a young Somerset land girl to set off in search of a bestselling author in the darkest days of war? The production moves between the 1940s and the current day, reflecting that our relationship with the land and issues of national identity are timeless. The show features new live music performed by award winning composer,

Alastair Collingwood, composer of numerous TV and West End scores. Graham Harvey will be taking part in an after-show conversation where he will discuss the issues in the play…and all things Ambridge! The show is supported by Arts Council England. Wednesday 20 September, 2.30pm Tickets £15


JAZZ-FUNK GROOVE NIGHT Featuring Top UK and USA Jazz-Funk Band Redtenbacher’s Funkestra. Their name accurately describes the high-energy feel of the music lead by renowned Bass Star – Stefan Redtenbacher, He will be joined in a pulsating rhythm section by top USA Drummer Mike Sturgis with its fiery horn section frontline featuring Simon Allen and slinky guitar of Eran Kendler,

performing original funky grooves with freewheeling style that is hard to beat. A brew of raw energy, funk-driven bass riffs and fiery horn arrangements come together to thrill audiences across the UK and Europe; don’t miss the chance to see them. Friday 22 September, 7.45pm Tickets £15.50

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TOM, DICK & HARRY Tom and his wife are adopting a baby! It’s the happiest day of their lives, or it could have been if his brothers, Dick and Harry, hadn’t decided to help. Things start to get complicated when a reality TV programme plus two illegal immigrants, a ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

Mafia mobster, a dead body and a van load of smuggled contraband turn up and get involved!

and The Ladykillers, G and G Productions present yet another hysterical treat for all the family.

This hilarious comedy is written by the master of farce Ray Cooney with his son Michael.

Tuesday 26 – Saturday 30 September, 7.45pm, also matinee on 28th & 30th – 2.30pm Tickets £16.50, Concs £14.50

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SINGING IN THE RAIN The Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society are extremely proud to present the much loved Singin’ in the Rain. Adapted from the classic MGM movie musical starring Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor and Debbie Reynolds, they bring the much loved feel good show that sits in the hearts of many generations of musical lovers to life. Set in the late 1920s, talking pictures are now taking over

from silent movies, and silent movie star Don Lockwood must make the big leap into this new chapter of cinema. Enjoy all the fun, obstacles and difficulties Don and his friends encounter while transitioning to talkies.

Featuring classic musical tunes ‘Good Morning’, ‘Make ‘Em Laugh’, and of course the title track – ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ is the classic musical portrayed by North London’s premier Theatre Company.

Waiting in the wings is Kathy Selden, a star in the making who will either help or hinder the success of transforming a motion picture into smash hit musical success.

Monday 2 – Saturday 7 October, 7.45pm & 2.30pm Matinee on 7th Tickets £16, Concs £15

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The Sleeping Trees are a multi-award winning, three-piece, comedy trio and they like to spend their time creating surreal, physical and fastpaced comedy. They bring their live-scored, fast paced, physical and farcical comic style to some of the most well-loved film genres of all time with three shows: Mafia? Western? & Sci-Fi?

In the first instalment of their live movie trilogy, multi-award winning comedy trio Sleeping Trees deliver their version of every gangster film they’ve ever seen. Expect casinos, operas and bloodshed, as the Banucci brothers find themselves in a situation stickier than most luxury cakes.

“The birth child of Monty Python and the league of gentlemen” «««« – Time Out “A blockbuster hour of cleverly scripted fast laughs and energetic comedy” «««« – The List

The Sleeping Trees bring to life a world of crime and corruption in a way you have never seen before, complete with an unrelenting live score and the most mesmerising gangster kitten you’re ever likely to see.

Tickets £10 for 1 Show, £18 for 2 shows, £24 for all 3 shows Age Guidance: 12+ (mild swearing and comedy violence) for all three events.


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You’ve seen Mafia?, you’re yet to see Sci-Fi?, what better show to see next than the one in the middle, Western? This time the Sleeping Trees find themselves slowly crisping under the sun of the Wild West, as gun slinger Harry Sudds takes on bulls, scorpions and many other animals largely found in America.

All good trilogies must come to an end, and Sleeping Trees boldly choose to end their movie trilogy with the third show in the series, Sci-Fi? At a time where ancient planet Plutopia rules the galaxy, farmer Charlie Sprog is dragged from his quiet home planet and given one simple mission: Save the universe from total destruction.

With another live score performed by the handsome and ever mysterious Ben Hales, the Sleeping Trees stamp their fast, physical and surreal brand of comedy onto one of the most revered film genres of all time.

Accompanied by an inter-cosmic and highly sensual musical score, the Sleeping Trees invite you to join them on a journey into the deep and infinite unknown. So strap on your helmets, jump into your spacesuits, complete the necessary six years of training required by NASA to fly into space and THEN, grab yourself a ticket!

Thursday 12 October, 8.40pm

Winner of the Arts Voice Pick of the Fringe 2016 and finalist of Amused Moose Comedy Award 2016. Friday 13 October, 7.30pm

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PRESENTED BY TALKIES COMMUNITY CINEMA Cosy up in the theatre auditorium and join Talkies for one of their classic film nights. Don’t miss the award winning film Lion staring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman released just last October directed by Garth Davis.


Iain “Hound Dog Terry” is a tremendous Fender guitar player, creating his own style and sound recognisable in his recording. The Iain Terry Band play a variety of songs from blues line to an instrumental or a fast rock n roll song further more classic Chicken Shack Shuffle shows his song writing talent. After starting as a bass player, Iain Terry co-founded “Matchbox” and switched to guitar. Matchbox hits include; Rockabilly Rebel, Washing Machine Boogie, When You Ask About Love and many more. Iain is currently touring with Back in our Rock ‘n Roll Day’s, don’t miss him at The Dugdale. Saturday 14 October, 8pm Tickets £15


Five year old Saroo gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of miles across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later, armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home. Cert PG Thursday 19 October, 7.45pm Tickets £6.50

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BROADWAY LIGHTS & WEST END NIGHTS After 6 triumphant years and 11 sell out smashes, David Short and Dash are back for their 12th knockout production, Broadway Lights to West End Nights featuring all the hits from your favourite ever musicals of all time! You will be whisked away on a musical extravaganza performed by North London’s most talented artists performing hits from Les Mis, Starlight Express, Book of Mormon, Half a Sixpence, Jesus Christ Superstar, Carousel, We Will Rock You and many many more. Not forgetting Dash’s own comedy homage to Eurovision! You can expect the best yet, with a dream cast of all your favourite performers old and new! A fantastic evening of sheer joy, always a sell out so book early to avoid disappointment! Monday 16 – Saturday 21 October (No Performance 19th), 7.45pm Tickets Standard & Table Seating £13.50, Side View £12.50

MIMI & THE MOUNTAIN DRAGON Skewbald Theatre returns to the Dugdale with their new adaptation of writer Michael Morpurgo’s (Warhouse) well-loved children’s story ‘Mimi and the Mountain Dragon’ An adventure full of snow, dragons, lively songs, magical puppets and plenty of audience interaction. High up in the mountains of Switzerland, the villagers of Dorta bang their drums, blow their horns and ring the bells to keep the fearsome Mountain Dragon away. But this year is different, one snowy morning Mimi discovers something extraordinary - a baby dragon sleeping in her woodshed. The little creature is lost and frightened but how did he get there and what happens when his mother comes looking for him? Mimi must be extremely brave if she is going to reach the Dragon’s castle at the very top of the mountain and return the baby to its mother. A perfect heart-warming treat for the family. Monday 23 October, 1pm & 3.30pm Tickets £12, Concs £10, Family Ticket £40 (2 Adults & 2 Children) — 33 —


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Come and see this great thought-provoking play with song.

The multi award winning gripping monologue with song and a live piano accompaniment is here for one night only.

Nigerian Tunji Sowande quietly breaks through multiple barriers to become Britain’s first Black judge in 1978. Also a fine concert singer and keen cricket lover, he muses on international politics and history as they affect the Black world from Africa to the USA and Britain, from the point of view of one who would rather watch sports, and spread love and peace through the medium of song. Recalling heroic sporting achievements alongside epoch-defining political events, Tayo Aluko follows the multi-award-winning Call Mr. Robeson with another brilliantly put together history lesson delivered as art. Friday 27 October, 7.45pm Tickets £15, Concs £13 ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

Paul Robeson was a world-famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner. When over the years he gets progressively too radical and outspoken for the establishment’s liking, he is branded a traitor. Just as physical, emotional and mental stress threaten to push him over the fine line between genius and madness. Follow performer Tayo Aluko as he revives this roller-coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life. See and how his political activism led many to describe him as the forerunner of the civil rights movement. Don’t miss this compelling tour-de-force performance. Age 12+ Saturday 28 October, 7.45pm Tickets £15, Concs £13

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THE SALESMAN – PRESENTED BY TALKIES COMMUNITY CINEMA Director Asghar Farhadi’s sombre new movie is the story of a shocking and mysterious event which shatters the wellbeing of a middle-class couple. It is about the consequences of male pride and privilege – but since its first appearance at Cannes last year, the film has outgrown its own immediate political significance when the proposed travel ban

threatened to exclude this Iranian director from the Academy Awards. The ban was overturned and Farhadi won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Cert 18 Thursday 2 November, 7.45pm Tickets £6.50

STEVE TAYLOR BIG BAND EXPLOSION – ZIGGY’S WORLD JAZZ CLUB UK Drum Ace/Composer/Big Band Leader, Steve Taylor and 16 piece Big Band eXpLoSiOn play an electrifying mix of Contemporary Big Band swing, Latin and Funk, featuring Vocalist Josie Frater, and 16 Cutting edge horn charged crew. Steve and the band perform at renowned venues including London’s Ronnie Scott’s & Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho plus were invited to perform at prestigious London Jazz Festival 2015 and 2016. Steve Taylor has performed with Ian Shaw, Claire Martin OBE, Omar MBE, been featured guest BBC Radio 2 Clare Teal show plus shared the stage with likes of Mica Paris and many more. Come and join the fun. Friday 3 November, 7.45pm Tickets £15.50 — 35 —


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HANDA’S SURPRISE Travel to Kenya and follow in Handa’s footsteps as she journeys to see her best friend Akeyo, in the next village. Handa is taking 7 delicious fruits as a surprise – but 7 different animals have 7 very different ideas… could you resist the sweet-smelling guava? How about a ripe red mango or a tangy purple passion fruit? A blend of physical performance, puppetry, live music and song combine to create an intimate, magical production with audience participation. Come and share in the magical tangerine surprise! Suitable for ages 2 – 6 years. Sunday 5 November, 11am, 1pm & 2.30pm Tickets £11, Children £9

TEA WITH THE OLD QUEEN This hilarious comedy play from award-winning writer Graham Woolnough, starring Ian Stark, was the toast of the Edinburgh Fringe and has delighting audiences across the UK. Come and see this funny, witty and poignant play as it reveals the eccentricities of our monarchy. As taken from the recordings in the fictitious ‘secret’ diaries of William Tallon – Steward and Page of the Backstairs to the Queen Mother. Backstairs Billy has seen and done it all… Billy died a few years after the Queen Mother, taking with him his secrets – or so they thought! Don’t miss out on this one! Wednesday 8 November, 2.30pm Tickets £15


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ACTING UP – BATTLE OF THE SEXES RE-MATCH Creators Ashley J and Tee-J return with their hit improvised comedy show ACTing Up! See two teams of four performers go head-to-head creating songs, sketches and parodies inspired by your suggestions, umpired by DJ B-RAD. This time the stakes are even higher as it’s the Battle Of The Sexes special re-match and last the time the ladies won! Come down and be involved in the comedy show where even the cast don’t know the ending! Saturday 11 November, 7.45pm Tickets £13.50, Concs £12

IN A STRANGE LAND Inspiration Productions present a film by Rosaline Sanni-Ajose. This great film investigates a true life story on modern slavery and human trafficking. Modern Slavery is on the rise in the UK and the fight against it continues it is an appalling crime that has no place in today’s society. However, this is often out of sight in many homes, schools, shops, behind the curtain of ordinary streets and in the community. A Strange Land raises awareness of the consequences of being a perpetrator, and how to put a stop to this crime within our communities. Starring Sam Obiago, William Kemeh, Toyin Moore, Larry King and many more. Thursday 16 – 18 November, 7.45pm Tickets £6.50 — 37 —


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Look Ahead To December…

CHRISTMAS WITH CHILDREN’S INTERNATIONAL VOICES OF ENFIELD No Christmas is complete without carols by John Rutter and Children’s International Voices of Enfield. Join the angelic voices of these truly international choirs from across the borough to hear music by Rutter alongside excerpts from Handel’s Messiah and a new work by Alexander L’Estrange – one of Britain’s finest living composers. The choirs will be accompanied by a chamber orchestra and there will be opportunities for the audience to join in with traditional favourites. With three performances including a matinee show there is plenty of opportunities to get into the Christmas spirit.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL – A FOLK OPERA A brand new retelling of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” is brought to you by GreenMatthews and special guest Jude Rees of Pilgrims’ Way in. Using new lyrics, a bewitching blend of voices, traditional English folk tunes and instruments they create a musical retelling of this seasonal favourite. It is the latest in a long line of similar ‘folk operas’ which fuse traditional song and storytelling. It is the perfect show for anyone looking to capture the heartwarming Yuletide delights of fellowship; laughter and good cheer…join them! Tuesday 5 December, 7.45pm Tickets £15, Concs £13.50

Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 December, 7pm, plus a matinee at 3pm on 3rd Tickets £12


FRANTZ – PRESENTED BY TALKIES COMMUNITY CINEMA In a small German town in 1919, Anna mourns at the grave of her fiancé, Frantz, who was killed during World War I. One day, a mysterious young Frenchman, Adrien is also laying flowers at the grave. As they start to bond over their shared grief and Anna is intrigued by the enigmatic nature of Adrien’s relationship with her fiancé. Shot mainly in stunning blackand-white, Frantz is a masterly told story of romance, grief and guilt, featuring two remarkable lead performances from newcomers Paula Beer and Pierre Niney. At once graceful and gripping, it is a timely exploration of healing and forgiveness across European borders. Cert 18 Thursday 7 December, 7.45pm Tickets £6.50

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‘JAZZ RIZING’ XMAS CRACKERZ – PRESENTED BY ZIGGY’S WORLD JAZZ CLUB Let the kids take centre stage this Christmas and sit back and see the very best in up and coming young artists tonight with complimentary glass of mulled wine and mince pie! Tonight’s festive show is a great chance to hear some truly incredible and dynamic developing young jazz musicians in three different groups. Be amazed by the rising stars from NYJO Academy Jazz Ensemble with their vibrant Christmas festive set the Royal Academy of Music Jazz featuring rising star Rosie Frater-Taylor on guitar and voice. Alongside the London Jazz Festival and Ziggy’s Youth ‘Drum Battle’, there is plenty to entertain you.



Don’t miss this amazingly fun and festive show from the creative team behind the hugely popular Tales from the Shed. Get ready for a full-on family Talesomime (a pantomime starring all the favourite Tales characters) – it’s going to be high energy, interactive and brilliantly entertaining... Oh no, it’s not! Oh yes, it is!

Following a complete sell-out last year it’s back for a second season!

So bring your little ones this festive season and Can-Can, The Thing That Goes Blurgh and the Tales team will be right ‘behind you’! Age recommendation – 0-6. 9 – 30 December, Various times Tickets £8, Schools £6

Friday 8 December, 7.45pm Tickets £12 Adults, Under 16s £8

In a nine year old boy dreams that his toy trains come to life for a spectacular race across America. The competition between steam, electric and diesel engines is fast and fierce between entries from around the world. There’s an underdog Rusty, a small steam engine with a heart of gold, but who will win the race? Join Rusty, Pearl, Electra, Dinah, Greaseball and a host of other characters in this magical musical performed entirely on Roller Skates! Presented by TNT Productions. An Amateur Group Production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group Ltd. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics by Richard Stilgoe Additional lyrics by David Yazbek Original London & Broadway productions directed by Trevor Nunn “I Do” – Music by Alastair Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Nick Coler Orchestrations by David Cullen & Andrew Lloyd Webber Original production by The Really Useful Group Ltd

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POETRY AT THE DUGDALE ENFIELD POETS: WITH ROBERT PEAKE & PETER PHILLIPS Taking place in Room 4, Enfield Poets has built up a great reputation for providing a friendly environment to share and hear poetry. Starting with Poets from the Floor, audience members are welcomed to share their own poems. Followed by renowned guests, this month you can enjoy Robert Peake and Peter Phillips. Robert Peake is an American born poet living in London who has published a full length collection called The Knowledge. Also living in London, Peter Phillips and has just published his last collection called Saying it with Flowers. Saturday 2 September, 7.30pm Tickets £3.50, Concs £2.50


POEM-ATHON IN AID OF SYRIAN REFUGEES The Enfield poem-a-thon will be a feast of poetry from 10am to 7pm, in the comfortable theatre foyer. Sixty nationally known poets, local writers and Enfield schoolchildren will be sponsored to read in relay for nine hours to raise money for Enfield Refugee Welcome. There will also be a cake sale, poetry book stall and tombola for you to enjoy. Come sit back relax and enjoy supporting the day. Sunday 1 October, 10am – 7pm Free Entry

ENFIELD POETS: WITH PHILIP FRIED & CHERYL MOSKOWITZ Saturday 7 October, 7.30pm Tickets £3.50, Concs £2.50

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ENFIELD POETS Saturday 4 November, 7.30pm Admission £3.50, Concs £2.50

ENFIELD POETS: ‘ANYTHING GOES’ CHRISTMAS EVENING Saturday 2 December, 7.30pm Admission £3.50, Concs £2.50

CLAY FLOWERS, LEAVES AND BERRIES As autumn approaches, take inspiration from the seasonal flowers, turning leaves and ripening berries around Forty Hall Estate. Join Havva Sari for this great two day course creating life-like air drying clay flowers, leaves and berries to take home as decoration, give as presents to friends and family or even start your own business. Your new found flower making skills can also be transferred into sugar craft for your own projects at home. All materials included. Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 September, 11am – 2pm Tickets £95

MURDER ON THE TERRACE The scene is set: a respectable garden party to celebrate Lord Cava’s retirement and handing down his empire to his nephew, Charles, who intends to shut down the business and convert the Manor into a conference centre. Charles is later found dead. The sardonic Inspector Back arrives to investigate, only to find many twists and turns to this mystery.

Can you solve the mystery? This fun interactive play was written by David KerbyKendall. Come and be puzzled, entertained, humoured and decipher ‘whodunit’. Suitable for 12+ Saturday 2 September, 7pm Tickets £11 Adults, £9 Concs, £7 Children, £28 Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children)

A VERY SECRET WAR: TRENT PARK & BUGGING THE NAZIS IN WW2 During WW2, British Intelligence bugged the conversations of over 10,000 German Prisonersof-War at three clandestine stately houses. Nearby Trent Park was reserved for Hitler’s Generals and in an astonishing turn of events, they were housed in luxurious conditions in Sir Philip Sassoon’s former home and were lulled into a false sense of security. Come and hear this engaging talk and how the

one of the little-known, but greatest deception of WW2.

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Historian Dr Helen Fry has written numerous books on the Second World War alongside appearing in interviews and documentaries. Helen’s latest book The London Cage will be launched at Forty Hall on 24th September. Sunday 3 September, 3pm Tickets £5 AUTUMN 2017 ENFIELD PRESENTS

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UNDER 5s STORIES & PLAY This very popular monthly session is a fun half an hour full of stories, rhymes and songs followed by half an hour of play and chat. Our wonderful story tellers have decades of experience, sharing favourite stories, rhymes and fun with the children of Enfield. Advanced booking strongly recommended to avoid disappointment. Held on the first Tuesday of every month. Tuesday 5 September, 3 October, 7 November, 10.30am – 11.30am Tickets £1 per child



Line drawing in pen and ink helps to develop observational drawing skills in botanical illustrators. In this two-day course you will experiment with variation of line, including stipple and hatching and washes to produce a fully rendered tonal study of your botanical subject. As well as dip pens and black ink you will be using fine-liners and sketching – a great weekend of drawing! Beginners welcome. Materials list will be made available on the website. Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 September, 11am – 4pm Tickets £65 ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

The Friends of Forty Hall Park and The Association of Ukrainians in GB – Waltham Cross branch present their fourth festival! You can expect a great day filled with colourful and spectacular traditional dancing, live music and singing by local and national Ukrainian performers, musicians and choirs. There will be plenty of children’s activities, arts & crafts, face painting and the opportunity to try out traditional Ukrainian food and sample the various beverages at the Ukrainian beer tent. Join the fun-packed day and enjoy the wonderful warm atmosphere the whole family will love. Sunday 10 September, 12pm – 5pm Free

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POINTS OF JUNCTURE: GUIDED EXHIBITION TOUR See the exhibition ‘Points of Juncture’ and delve a little deeper on this guided tour led by the artist, Cos Ahmet. This is a unique opportunity to meet Cos and gain a greater understanding of his inspirations, the meaning behind the works and the processes he used to create the exhibition. Saturday 16 September, 1pm & 3pm Free admission (Booking essential)

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Come along and learn how to design, plant and care for your very own miniature garden. You will be provided with everything you need to create your own terrarium and you will be shown the steps to create your own amazing miniature garden which you can take home. They make a lovely addition to any home or to give as a gift. Tea and biscuits will be included! Saturday 16 September, 12pm – 2pm Tickets £35


As night falls, join bat ecologist Roger Harvard of Hertfordshire and Middlesex Bat Group to discover the range of bats that live at Forty Hall. Hear their different calls through a bat detector, learn how these fascinating creatures are preparing for their winter hibernation and even meet a bat up close!


Please bring a torch, wear suitable outdoor clothing for the weather and supportive footwear for uneven ground. Meeting at the front of Forty Hall by the Lake. No dogs please. Open to all ages, under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please call the Box Office – 020 8807 6680 to book a place. Saturday 16 September, 6.30pm – 8.30pm Free admission (booking essential) ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

Explore a selection of woven tapestry techniques with artist Cos Ahmet. Learn the basic techniques and create flat weave with simple shapes and lines, before moving onto the more unusual textures and surfaces such as, knotting, wrapping and tufting. Basic equipment and yarns will be provided. No previous weaving experience needed. Please bring along some of your own materials that you may like to experiment with. This workshop accompanies Cos’s exhibition ‘Points of Juncture’. Sunday 17 September, 11am – 4pm Tickets £35

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HAND EMBROIDERY CHRISTMAS THEME WORKSHOP Spend an enjoyable afternoon and get ahead for Christmas by learning how to make an impressive handmade table runner. You will learn a variety of stitches; chain, stem, satin, blanket and lazy daisy. All materials and written instructions are included. Join in as the tutor takes you step by step through different stitching techniques. Beginners welcome. Please bring a pair of scissors to cut threads.

AN AFTERNOON OF OPERA WITH LUCY ELSTON Lucy is a classic and operatic Soprano based in London. Join her as she presents an uplifting programme of popular opera, classical art songs and favourites from musical theatre. This charming selection will include; Carmen’s Habanera, Arias by Puccini including, Musetta’s Waltz and favourites from West Side Story, including Somewhere and I Feel Pretty.

Saturday 23 September, 1pm – 4pm Tickets £35

Alongside this she has enjoyed performing in The Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, St Alban’s Cathedral and many more. It is a 50 minute performance with 20 minute interval for you to enjoy a complimentary glass of prosecco or non-alcoholic drink. Sunday 17 September, 3pm Tickets £15

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SPINET – MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS FOR SIR NICHOLAS RAINTON Prize-winning harpsichordist and distinguished teacher Yeo Yat-Soon returns to Forty Hall for a recital of music on a copy of a 16th century Italian spinet. The two programmes of domestic music are inspired by the life and times of Forty Hall’s original owner Sir Nicholas Rainton (1569 – 1646). Come and enjoy music by composers from Sir Nicholas’ time including William Byrd, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Michelangelo Rossi and many more. The music reflects the English background of Sir Nicholas and his extensive Italian connections in his business life as a textile merchant, which included importing sumptuous materials from Florence, Bologna and Genoa.

AUTUMN FLORAL JAM JAR WORKSHOP This is the perfect event for those who like to be creative. Come along and create a trendy jam jar full of fresh autumnal flowers. Learn how to professionally condition your chosen flowers, as well as how to use colour, texture and shape. You can take the basic techniques learnt away with you and get the most out of your flowers at home. Enjoy complimentary tea and cake during the workshop.

Sunday 24 September, 1pm – 1.30pm Sunday 22 October, 1pm – 1.30pm Tickets £6

Sunday 24 September, 12pm – 2.30pm Tickets £40

THE LONDON CAGE – BOOK LAUNCH Until now, what happened at the London Cage has remained a closely guarded secret. Join Dr Helen Fry for the launch of her latest publication! In 1940 the British Secret Service discreetly established a clandestine prison; called The London Cage. Here, German prisoners of war were subjected to ‘special intelligence treatment’ designed to make them spill their secrets, the very outcome of the Second World War hinged on obtaining information. ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

The cage was transformed into a crucial centre for gathering evidence against those who had perpetrated atrocities. Helen’s great book reveals the full details of operations there as well as the subsequent efforts to hide them. Copies of The London Cage will be available to purchase. Please call the Box Office – 020 8807 6680 to book a place. Sunday 24 September, 4pm – 6pm Free Booking Essential — 46 —

WITHIN THESE WALLS: TEXTILE ART INSPIRED BY DOMESTIC DESIGN The Enfield and District Embroiderers Guild invite you to an exhibition of textile artistry inspired by the domestic design and decoration that surrounds us in our homes. This machine embroidery is inspired by a Victorian tile design. Saturday 30 September – Sunday 19 November, Thursday to Sunday 11am – 4pm Free

CONSERVATION WORK PARTY The popular Conservation Work Parties are back! Join in and learn more about the Estate while having fun with the conservation tasks and meeting lots of new people. The first task this autumn will be to build a habitat pile for amphibians and reptiles by the wildlife ponds. Please remember the activities are subject to change depending on weather conditions and resources, keep an eye on the website to stay updated.

Meet at the front of Forty Hall by the lake. Suitable for children aged 8+. Vulnerable adults and those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Hot drinks and cake provided! Please call the Box Office – 020 8807 6680 to book a place. Sunday 1 October, 10am – 2pm Free (booking essential)

Please wear suitable clothing for outdoor work and sturdy boots.

LOCAL HISTORY COURSE Join Joe Studman for this intriguing 10-week introduction to the history of Enfield, Edmonton and Southgate. Each week will consist of two 30/40 minute illustrated talks. The first presentation will be a chronological history of Enfield including Roman, Elizabethan and its impact on the Electrical Industry in the 20th century. The second will explore a specific area or topic in the borough including Enfield Chase, Winchmore Hill and Edmonton. Come and learn something new about the area you love and meet new people. 10-week course starting Wednesday 4 October, 7pm – 9pm Tickets £50 — 47 —


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BEGINNERS WOODCRAFT ONE Whittling is a therapeutic and fulfilling craft. Learn to use and care for simple woodcraft tools whilst creating some simple projects, including gifts you can give family and friends. Develop an understanding of the different types of woods suitable for whittling and learn different woodcraft techniques. This course is designed for beginners and people with minimal experience of tool usage. You will be expertly instructed each step of the way, so join in, relax and enjoy learning a new skill. All tools and materials will be provided. Advance booking recommended. Saturday 7, 14 & 28 October, 11.30am – 1.30pm Tickets £75

APPLE FAIR AT FORTY HALL FARM Join us for our annual Apple Day celebration, when we’ll be celebrating all things appley! Expect old favourites like apple bobbing, apple pressing demos and our apple stall, as well as lots of activities everyone will enjoy, young and old. Rumour also has it that Marvelo the Psychic Squirrel will be returning to the Farm for Apple Day, after his quite amazing debut at Lambing weekend in March. For more information visit Sunday 8 October, 10am – 4pm ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

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AN INTRODUCTION TO BOOK BINDING Learn how to create a beautiful and unique A6 sized sketch book with Pauline Holmes and Christina Loupis. On day one, take inspiration from the architecture and landscape of Forty Hall to design and print your cover using mono print and relief. On day two, learn basic bookbinding techniques to turn your favourite print into a book cover. Use the finished

book to capture your own sketches or as an unusual and personal Christmas gift. All materials are included and you can enjoy complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits during the workshop. Sunday 8 October & Sunday 15 October, 1pm – 3pm Tickets £60

Join the Learning and Conservation Officer for this evening talk focussing on the European hedgehog. This illustrated talk will cover Hedgehog ecology and behaviour, provide insight into the factors affecting their decline and offer some practical tips on what you can do to help these charming nocturnal animals. Thursday 12 October, 7pm – 8pm Tickets £5 – Advanced booking essential. Tickets will be available on the door subject to availability.

TEA DANCE Dust off your dancing shoes and join the afternoon of fun! The Swing and Latin Quintet will play a variety of classic tunes from the 1920’s to 1960’s in strict tempos suitable for dances like the quickstep, foxtrot, waltz, jive, chat cha cha, tango and other Latin styles. There will be some dance variations to encourage everyone on the dance floor. You can enjoy complimentary tea and biscuits during the break. Come, join in the fun and dance the afternoon away. Sunday 15 October, 2.30pm – 4.30pm Tickets £10

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HANDMADE FABRIC CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Enjoy spending an afternoon relaxing and sewing! You will learn embroidery stitches; chain, back stem and blanket. Then use all of these techniques alongside adding embellishments such as shisha mirrors and beads to decorate a bird, snow flake or Christmas tree. You can expect great demonstrations, written instructions and materials which are all included. Beginners very welcome. Please bring with you a pair of small scissors. Saturday 21 October, 1pm – 3pm Tickets £27

STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP Learn the art of stained glass artwork design and production with local artist Debbie Dean. You can produce your very own piece, bringing your creative design to life. Enjoy taking the time to learn and practise techniques such as glass cutting, leading and soldering. Participants will complete a small panel (measuring approx. A4) featuring up to nine pieces of cut glass.

All the materials and tools needed are provided you only need to remember to wear covered shoes and bring a packed lunch. Try something new today and enjoy the day creating your own panel. Sunday 22 October, 11am – 4pm Saturday 18 November, 11am – 4pm Tickets £95

ONWARD WOODCRAFT TWO The ideal follow-on course from Beginners Woodcraft One! Or if you have a basic knowledge of woodcraft and tool usage then this is the course for you. You will use more advanced tools shaped for specific uses and learn more decorative techniques. These techniques and tools will enhance your work whilst creating more advanced pieces.


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All tools and materials will be provided so come and develop your skills further. Saturday 4, 18 & 25 November, 11.30am – 1.30pm Tickets £75

HALLOWEEN CRAFT A great messy, productive and creative workshop suitable for all ages! Art Start and Funky Festival invite families to join in and get imaginative this Halloween. You can make a wonderful Witches broom or Wizard staff to make your fright night fantastic. As well as this you can also make a Batty mask or Day of the Dead headdress to wear as a costume, plus the odd creepy crawly to

accessorise your outfit – so there is tons to do. All children must be accompanied by a parent or carer and parents may need to support very young children. Adults do not need to purchase a ticket unless you would like to take part in the workshop! Tuesday 24 October, 11am, 12pm, 1pm. Each session is 40 minutes Tickets £7

EXPLORE THE HAUNTED HALL Dare you step into Forty Hall this Halloween? Bring the whole family along to tiptoe around this eerie exhibition. Watch out for creepy cobwebs, spiders, slimy slugs, bats and ghosts. Cover your ears – there’ll be some chilling sounds! Advance booking recommended

– tickets on the door are subject to availability. Suitable for all ages brave enough! Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 October, Admission every half hour from 11am to 4pm Tickets £3 adults and £2 children under 16. Under 2 go free

FRIGHT NIGHT AT FORTY HALL Creep your way through our Haunted House after dark, if you dare! Tread carefully through the cobwebs in this chilling candlelit experience. Be warned: you will encounter surprisinwg characters along the way. They’ll be expecting you… Make sure you calm your nerves in our bar before and after your tour.

Advance booking recommended. Tickets on the door subject to availability. Pay Bar available. Ages 16+ Friday 27 October, Timed entry slots from 6.30pm. Last admission 9pm Tickets £5

SPOOKY MYSTERY TRAIL Follow a trail of clues around our Haunted House with the help of a cast of spooky characters. Beware of the Forty Hall curse!

Sunday 29 October, 11am, 11.30am, 12pm, 12.30pm, 1pm, 1.30pm Tickets £5 per child. Adults do not need a ticket.

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CONSERVATION WORK PARTY Join our thriving Conservation Work Party team and help us to improve Forty Hall Estate for wildlife. This month we will be tackling the Rhododendron down by Turkey Brook. Hot drinks and cake provided! Please wear suitable clothing for outdoor work and sturdy boots. Please note activities are subject to change depending on weather conditions and resources. Please check the website a few days before the event to confirm the task. Suitable for children aged 8+. Vulnerable adults and those under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Please call the Box Office – 020 8807 6680 to book a place. Sunday 5 November, 10am – 2pm Free, booking is essential


Enfield was an intriguing location during the time of the Gunpowder Plot. Gunpowder plotters and hidden priests frequented the secret passages and trapdoors of Whitewebbs House. Join us at Forty Hall to remember the 5th of November with music, BBQ, bar, fire performance, face painting, storytelling and more. The perfect November evening! Cosy up and have fun joining in with all the activities. Booking Essential, limited availability please book early to avoid disappointment. There will be no fireworks or bonfire at this event. Sunday 5 November, 5pm – 7pm Tickets £6 adults and £4 children under 16 years of age


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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12TH 2017 | 12 - 3PM

The Wedding Showcase

ENGAGED? Come and see our historic venue dressed for a wedding and meet excellent suppliers for your dream wedding. MEET WITH REGISTRARS | VIEW VINTAGE CARS TRY OUT A PHOTO BOOTH AND MUCH MORE Free admission | COMPLIMENTARY GLASS OF PROSECCO ON ARRIVAL


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HANDMADE CHRISTMAS DECORATION WORKSHOP Join us for a lovely relaxed autumn afternoon and make your own festive centrepiece! You will make your centrepiece from natural materials and once made it is yours to take home. All materials are provided. Tea and mince pie included.

Saturday 18 November, 1pm – 3.30pm Tickets £45

AUTUMN COLOUR: BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION CLASS Undertake observational drawing and create a small watercolour study of autumn colour from subjects including autumn fruits and flowers. Learn skills such as accurate line drawing, drawing to scale, composition, tonal sketching and creating form using watercolour washes and colour mixing. Work at your own pace with some 1-2-1 tutor support. Suitable for all abilities. Sunday 19 November, 11am – 4pm Tickets £35

ILLUSTRATED TALK ON JOHN HILL PAINTING After recently securing a loan of the oil paint on canvas from the Tate called ‘Interior of the Carpenter’s Shop at Forty Hill, Enfield’ by John Hill c.1780-1841, you can now learn more about it. Join Andrew Newman from the Forty Hill & Bulls Cross Study Group for this illustrated talk about the exquisite painting, the local 18th century joinery shop and John Hill. It is a unique opportunity for lovers of historic buildings, local history and art, so come, relax and listen to the informative talk. You can enjoy a complimentary cup of tea as you take everything in.

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Enfield Town FC Your local community football club BOSTIK PREMIER LEAGUE - HOME FIXTURES: Monday 28th August v Harlow Town Saturday 16th September v Burgess Hill Town Tuesday 26th September (7.45pm) v Leiston Tuesday 3rd October (7.45pm) v Hendon Saturday 7th October v Margate Saturday 4th November v Tonbridge Angels Tuesday 7th October (7.45pm) v Wingate & Finchley

TICKETS/ ADMISSION: Adults £11, Concessions £7, Under-16’s £1 Kick-off is 3pm unless otherwise stated. We also offer a great venue to hire for events Please see the website for the away matches and the latest fixture informa�on and news.


ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN Gymnastics Leotards at the ready, kids will love these fun, friendly and progressive sessions that follow The British Gymnastics Award Scheme. Children will be doing exercises using the floor, beam and vault. BEGINNERS (5-8YRS) Monday 11 September – 11 December, (exc. 23rd October), 6.10pm (60mins) Thursday 14 September – 14 December, (exc. 26th October), 6.10pm (60mins)

IMPROVERS (7-16YRS) Monday 11 September – 11 December, (exc. 23rd October), 7.20pm (60mins) Thursday 14 September – 14 December, (exc. 26th October), 7.20pm (60mins) 13 weeks, £66 Winchmore Secondary School Laburnum Grove, London, N21 3HS Tuesday 12 September – 12 December, (exc. 24th October), 7.20pm (60mins) 13 weeks, £66 Chace Community School Churchbury Lane, Enfield, EN1 3HQ

13 weeks, £66 Winchmore Secondary School Laburnum Grove, London, N21 3HS

A combined course of gymnastics and trampolining, to keep your child fit whilst having heaps of fun! Children will do alternate weeks of these activities. Following the British Gymnastics Scheme, exercises will use the floor, beam and vault, as well as the trampoline. Monday 11 September – 11 December, (exc. 23rd October), 6.10pm (60mins)

Tuesday 12 September – 12 December, (exc. 24th October), 6.10pm (60mins)

13 weeks, £66

13 weeks, £66

Aylward Academy, Windmill Rd, London, N18 1NB

Chace Community School Churchbury Lane, Enfield, EN1 3HQ ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

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Tots Trampolining (3-5yrs) Specially-designed pre-school sessions in trampolining! Qualified and experienced gymnastics coaches will introduce the little ones to the fun of basic trampolining on Saturday mornings! Kids will love taking part in exercises and movement, that helps to develop their balance, co-ordination, movement and flexibility. Saturday 23 September – 9 December (exc. 28th October), 9.45am (45mins) 10 weeks, £47.50 Edmonton Leisure Centre 2 The Broadway, London, N9 0TR

Preschool Gymnastics (3-5yrs) Specially-designed pre-school sessions in gymnastics! Qualified and experienced gymnastics coaches will introduce the little ones to the fun of basic gymnastics on Saturday mornings! Kids will love taking part in exercises and movement, that helps to develop their balance, co-ordination, movement and flexibility. Saturday 23 September – 9 December (exc. 28th October), 8.45am (45mins) 10 weeks, £47.50 Edmonton Leisure Centre 2 The Broadway, London, N9 0TR

Badminton Smash, flick and volley your shuttle! These lively badminton classes will help develop handeye co-ordination and teach stroke techniques, serving and court play. All equipment provided.

IMPROVERS (10-18YRS) Friday 15 September – 13 October, (exc. 27th October), 7.20pm (60mins) 13 weeks, £65 Nuffield at Enfield Grammar School, Baker St, Enfield, EN1 3EX

BEGINNERS (8-12YRS) Friday 15 September – 13 October, (exc. 27th October), 6.10pm (60mins) 13 weeks, £65 Nuffield at Enfield Grammar School, Baker St, Enfield, EN1 3EX

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ACTIVITIES FOR Adults (18+) Badminton Learn to play Badminton, tennis’ lesser-known cousin! It is easy to learn and a fun social activity badminton provides numerous physical benefits. Between running, lunging, and ball hitting, playing badminton burns body fat with an hour long game burning about 450 calories. So, dust off your shuttlecocks and get set to improve your speed and reflexes at one of these fun sessions, led by qualified coaches. All equipment provided. Monday 11 September – 11 December, 11am (90mins) Tuesday 12 September – 12 December, 11am (90mins)

Tuesday 12 September – 12 December, 8pm (105mins)

14 weeks, £56

14 weeks, £70

Drill Hall, 1 Old Park Avenue, Enfield, EN2 6PJ

Nuffield at Enfield Grammar School Baker Street, Enfield, EN1 3EX

Yoga Relax and unwind at one of these friendly classes; ideal for all levels, providing a gentle introduction to yoga or developing skills in meditation, relaxation, posture and breathing techniques.

Boxing Boxing…one of the best workouts out there! Build and tone your muscular stature, help to alleviate stress in a healthy way, improve balance, coordination and agility. Monday 11 September – 11 December (exc. 23rd October), 6pm (60mins) 13 weeks, £52 Enfield County Upper School, Holly Walk, Enfield, EN2 6QG ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017



Monday 11 September – 11 December, 4.30pm (75mins)

Wednesday 13 September – 13 December, 2.30pm (90mins)

14 weeks, £70

14 weeks, £63

St Andrew’s Parish Centre, Silver Street, Enfield, EN1 3EG

David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

Tuesday 12 September – 12 December, 7.30pm (90mins)

Thursday 14 September – 26 October, 7pm (60mins)

14 weeks, £84

Thursday 2 November – 14 December, 7pm (60mins)

Grange Park Methodist Church, Old Park Ridings, London, N21 2EU

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7 weeks, £31.50 Green Towers Community Centre, London, N9 0BU

Pilates Pilates has something to offer people of all ages and levels of ability and fitness. A muscle strengthening activity, pilates builds strength from the inside out, toning and rebalancing the body to bring it in to alignment. As well as improving posture, muscle tone, balance and joint mobility, Pilates is a great way to relieve stress and tension. Monday 11 September – 11 December 4.50pm (60mins), 14 weeks, £70 5.55pm (60mins), 14 weeks, £70

Nordic Walking Tuesday 12 September – 24 October 5.30pm (60mins), 7 weeks, £31.50 Tuesday 31 October – 12 December 5.30pm (60mins), 7 weeks, £31.50 Green Towers Community Centre, London, N9 0BU Friday 15 September – 15 December 11.05am (60mins), 14 weeks, £63 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

A full body exercise that is easy on the joints and suitable for all ages and abilities. Using specially designed poles which make use of upper body muscles and help to propel the walker along, Nordic Walking is a great way of keeping fit at your own pace. Poles are provided for you; however you are also welcome to bring your own. Thursday 14 September – 14 December, 10am (60mins)

St Michaels CofE Primary School, Brigadier Hill, Enfield, EN2 0NB

14 weeks, £42

Tai Chi Tai Chi combines breathing, posture, movement and meditation to generate energy, restore health and provide a sense of well-being. The perfect way to combat stress through relaxing the body and mind. Gently strengthens muscles and improves blood circulation.

Forty Hall, Forty Hill, Enfield, EN2 9HA Saturday 16 September – 28 October, 12pm (60mins) Thursday 14 September – 14 December, (exc. 12th October) 11am (60mins), 13 weeks, £65 12.15pm (60mins), 13 weeks, £65

Saturday 4 November – 16 December, 12pm (60mins) 7 weeks, £21 Trent Park

St Andrew’s Parish Centre, Silver Street, Enfield, EN1 3EG

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ACTIVITIES FOR Over 50s Swimming Calling all competent swimmers capable of swimming lengths! These sessions are ideal if you are looking to improve your stroke technique and swimming skills, with a qualified coach on hand to offer tips. Please bring locker money with you if you wish to use one!

Keep Fit Mature Moves Classes take place in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and consist of gentle movement and exercises. Suits all individual needs. It is recommended to wear loose comfortable clothing and lightweight, non-slip shoes.

Monday 11 September – 11 December 10am (50mins) Monday 11 September – 11 December 11am (50mins) Tuesday 12 September – 12 December 9am (50mins)

Monday 11 September – 11 December, 12.30pm (60mins)

Tuesday 12 September – 12 December 10am (50mins)

14 weeks, £54.60 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

Tuesday 12 September – 12 December 11am (50mins)

Tennis Casual uncoached session for experienced players. Improved agility, flexibility and balance...heaps of fun. Please bring your own racket. Monday 11 September – 11 December, 12pm (60mins) 14 weeks, £54.60 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

Friday 15 September – 15 December 9am (50mins) Friday 15 September – 15 December 10am (50mins) Friday 15 September – 15 December 11am (50mins) 14 weeks, £49.70 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF


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Tai Chi in the Park Take your Tai Chi to the park, to unwind in the green spaces of Enfield. Combining gentle movement and meditation, the Chinese martial art Tai Chi is practiced for both its defence training and its health benefits. A great way to while away the morning! Tuesday 12 September – 12 December (exc. 10th October), 10.30am (60mins) 13 weeks, £26 Broomfield Park, Aldermans Hill, London, N13 4RB Wednesday 13 September – 13 December, (exc. 11th October), 10.30am (60mins) 13 weeks, £26 Forty Hall, Forty Hill, Enfield, EN2 9HA

Dance Social Dust off your dancing shoes and Foxtrot your Friday mornings away… A friendly taster Ballroom and Latin Dance class. Friday 20 October, 10am (90mins) Friday 1 December, 10am (90mins) Friday 15 December, 10am (90mins) 1 day, £5 Millfield House, Silver Street, London, N18 1PJ

Bowls Ballroom & Latin Dance Learn how to dance like a pro in the beautiful setting of Millfield House. Casual dress, friendly atmosphere, no partner required! BEGINNERS


Friday 15 September – 13 October, 10am (60mins)

Friday 15 September – 13 October, 11.15am (60mins)

Friday 27 October – 24 November, 10am (60mins)

Friday 27 October – 24 November, 11.15am (60mins)

5 weeks, £25

5 weeks, £25

Millfield House, Silver Street, London, N18 1PJ

Millfield House, Silver Street, London, N18 1PJ

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For experienced bowlers who can enjoy a friendly game with different opponents, as arranged by the activity coordinator. Bowls are provided but all participants must wear bowling shoes or flat-soled shoes with no heel. Women may wear grey trousers if they wish. Tuesday 3 October – 12 December, 10am (90mins) 11 weeks, £52.25 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF AUTUMN 2017 ENFIELD PRESENTS

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Mayor’s Charity Fun Run The annual charity run at Forty Hall Estate is back again this autumn! Wipe the mud off your trainers and join in the fun, raising money for the Mayor of Enfield’s Charity Appeal Fund. Always a great community event, the Fun Run attracts over 800 participants and spectators each year and with a variety of runs and walks to get involved in - there really is something for everyone, regardless of age or ability. 3km walk attracts all ages and children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a parent/carer. ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

3km run is suitable for all including children aged 6+ and children aged under 8 must be accompanied by a parent/carer. For the adventurous among us, why not join the 10km run? Perfect for those aged 16+. Please visit the website to find out how to register for this great day. Sunday 17 September 3km run at 10.15am, 3km walk at 10.25am, 10km run at 11.15am Forty Hall, Forty Hill Enfield, EN2 9HA

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Whether you are a Country Show fan, an avid foodie, a dog lover, want loads for the kids to do, love living history or simply want a fun filled day out, our show is for you! Here you can have a wonderful shopping experience and support handmade, local and smaller producers. Watch and admire our Rural Crafters demonstrating their skills throughout the day making amazing crafts or why not enter your dog into our Dog Show.


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You can also enjoy lots of live music, so sit back, relax and hear a range of music from up and coming talented musicians. We have a variety of shows which will entertain family members of all ages and excellent main ring attractions. There will be celebrity chefs, children’s attractions, living history, range model aeroplanes and classic cars, horses and much more! The Show is not to be missed. Pay online in advance and get 50p off per ticket.


Chickenshed Chickenshed is an inclusive theatre company, primarily based at their own purpose-built venue in North London. They create theatre for all ages and run successful outreach projects, education courses and membership programmes throughout the year. Have a peak at their upcoming events this autumn. For more information or to book tickets visit: or call 020 8292 9222. Chickenshed Theatre, Chase Side, Southgate, London, N14 4PE

ADULT THEATRE PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP: THE SPACE BETWEEN US Experience the joy of acting and free your inner performer with these adult theatre performance workshops led by experienced practitioners. Participants will develop their performing skills and creative ideas using Chickenshed’s methods and practices leading to a scratch performance of work on the final session. Where being unique is the one thing we all have in common, we always look forward to welcoming people through our doors – regardless of experience! No previous performance experience is necessary for this workshop. For age 50+ Monday 4 September – Monday 9 October, 6.45pm – 9pm Tickets £45 for 6 workshops



An amazing red hot fusion of Spanish and African rhythms straight from the streets of Eastern Cuba returns to Chickenshed.

Bring the little ones along to this fantastic series of performance workshops for children involving movement, drama, singing and story-making, led by our highly experienced energetic staff. It is through this energy and creativity, and as a part of our unique inclusive environment, that participants find a way to build confidence, make new friends, and belong to something really special!

A new generation of musicians who are all passionate about maintaining the traditions of the genre play authentic ‘Son Cubano’ – the essential AfroCuban music. Highlights have included playing at the world famous Glastonbury Festival, The Manchester Jazz Festival, The Cork Jazz Festival, The Edinburgh Mela and many many more. Friday 8 September, 8pm Tickets £12.50 Chickenshed Bar

Workshops are designed so that a child of any ability or experience. You can come to all sessions, or simply drop in from time to time. Saturday 9 September – Saturday 28 October, 5-8yrs (10am), 9-12yrs (11.15am) Tickets £6 per child per session or 25% off for eight. Chickenshed Dance Studio

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Book tickets online or call 020 8807 6680 There will also be a spot of ‘live karaoke’ as the amazing live band will back anyone brave enough to want to take to the mic themselves.

IT’S CLAZZICAL II – JAZZ AT CHICKENSHED Julian Marc Stringle returns to Chickenshed with his Dream Band and the incredible virtuoso performances of Sonia Slany’s ‘Solid Strings’, to launch the beautiful and long awaited “It’s Clazzical” album. This brand new album appeals to a wider audience; lovers of Latin influenced jazz; lovers of classical music and lovers of musical theatre. This unique show features works by; Aznavour, Bernstein, Bechet, Bonfa, Dankworth, and loads more. Saturday 9 September, 7pm Support Act, 8.30pm Main act Tickets £20 adv, £25 on the door Chickenshed Theatre

JO COLLINS AND FRIENDS The immensely talented CoFounder of Chickenshed, Jo Collins invites guests for a thrilling set of eclectic covers from pop to soul, funk, folk and more. So why not gather a group of friends, book a table and enjoy the wonderful sounds of Jo backed by her in-house band. ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

Sunday 10 September, 7.30pm – 10.30pm Tickets £10 adv, £10 concessions, £12 on the door Chickenshed Bar

THE GUY TORTORA BAND – BLUES AT CHICKENSHED Guy Tortora has laid claim to a unique niche on the Blues ‘n’ Roots scene in the UK and European Continent, from small clubs and theatres to festivals.

COMMUNITY CHOIR Ever fancied developing your singing skills as part of an ensemble? Why not join this fantastic series of vocal sessions? You will learn and develop vocal arrangements and will gain skills, confidence and understanding about how the various parts are put together and then performed. Participants can expect a wonderful mix of songs arranged with a Chickenshed twist, and there are chances to perform throughout the year! No previous participation, experience or an ability to read music is required – all you need is an interest in singing and plenty of enthusiasm! Age 21+ Wednesday 13 September – Wednesday 18 October (excluding Wed 20 Sept), 6.30pm – 8.30pm Tickets £7.50 Chickenshed Theatre

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He is an accomplished guitar player and songwriter of distinction, and has played live with the likes of Eric Clapton, Pee Wee Ellis, John Cleary and Eric Bibb. He has been described by Paul Jones on his BBC Radio 2 show as “An excellent song writer, subtle, beautiful and lovely slide guitar”. Sit back, relax and enjoy the show! Sunday 1 October, 7.30pm Tickets £10 adv, £12 on the door Chickenshed Theatre

THE CLARINET MAESTROS – JAZZ AT CHICKENSHED Join America’s foremost swing clarinettist Ken Peplowski with the UK’s renowned clarinet maestro Julian Marc Stringle. They have now made two albums during their European tour in 2015/16. Their contrasting styles on clarinet blend perfectly.

The duo are backed by the outstanding pianist Craig Milverton’s trio featuring Sandy Suchdolski on bass and Nick Milward on drums. Step into a fiery atmosphere of world class musicians in an amazingly intimate setting. Sunday 8 October, 7.30pm Tickets £20 adv, £25 on the door Chickenshed Bar

Liane Carroll brings her unique talent back to delight the devoted Chickenshed fan club.

Iago Banet, Sol Ezra on drums, Paul Blount on Keyboards, and finally Leslie Fleischman on bass.

A joyous free spirit, Liane Carroll captivates everyone who sees her perform. A classically trained pianist since she was three, she possesses a true musicality that lifts her interpretations into the realms of art and to hear her sing even the best known standard or the most hackneyed pop song is to hear that song afresh.

A band that will capture your spirit and then pour chilli sauce all over it. They’re hot! Sunday 5 November, 7.30pm – 10pm Tickets £10 Chickenshed Bar

She is a unique performer and without a doubt the biggest and hottest solo jazz draw in the country.

COMEDY AT CHICKENSHED – WITH MC TIERNAN DOUIEB A fantastic evening headlined by stand-up comedian Tiernan Douieb. Previous sell-out line-ups have included Richard Herring, Shappi Khorsandi, Liam Williams and Rob Deering. So come along, enjoy and be entertained for the evening.

Saturday 4 November, 7pm support act (45mins), 8.30pm main act (3hrs) Tickets £20 adv, £25 on the door Chickenshed Bar

RAPUNZEL Rapunzel, as you’ve never seen her before!

Friday 3 November, 8pm Tickets £10 adv, £12 on the door Chickenshed Theatre Bar

JFK – BLUES AT CHICKENSHED Their music pays lip service to old masters of blues and rock; however no genre is left unexplored as their own take on music ambles into Jazz, Latin and even Reggae.

THE INIMITABLE LIANE CARROLL – JAZZ AT CHICKENSHED The unrivalled multi-award winning Jazz cabaret entertainer

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Chickenshed is delighted to present Rapunzel in a new and exciting version of the wellloved fairy tale. Getting free of the tower was only the start of the adventure! Her famous long hair may give her incredible abilities, but Rapunzel soon realises that her true strength comes from within. Magical, musical and mysterious, Chickenshed’s Rapunzel will dazzle and delight children and adults alike. Ages 5+ Wednesday 22 November – Saturday 6 January, Various times Tickets £10 – £22.50 Chickenshed Theatre AUTUMN 2017 ENFIELD PRESENTS

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Talkies Community Cinema Talkies are a not-for-profit volunteer-led organisation which aims to bring communities together through cinema events. Offering more than just movies they provide additions to enhance the evening, this can range between drink, food, music or introductions by film professionals…they even have the occasional fancy dress opportunity. For more info or to buy tickets visit Live Church Organ improvisation by Dave Hinitt and Adam Dickson. Cert PG Saturday 21 October, 7.30pm Tickets Adult £9, Under 14s £6 Christ Church, Southgate Green



Broomfield becomes Jurassic Park! It is the last Friday of the school holidays and the return of Talkies annual picnic in the park in the dark.

Great performances and evocative musical numbers help Cabaret secure its status as a stylish, socially conscious classic. Cert 18

Dinosaur onesies welcome to this Cert PG film.

Be dazzled by a live introduction before the film with ‘Piano Pete’ Saunders and burlesque artiste ‘Lady Beau Peep’.

Friday 1 September, 7.45pm Tickets Adult £6.50, Under 14s £4 Broomfield Park

Wednesday 20 September, 7.30pm Tickets £6.50 The Fox, Palmers Green


Little Shop of Horrors offers camp, horror and catchy tunes in equal measure - plus some inspired cameos by the likes of Steve Martin and Bill Murray. Cert PG

HUNT FOR THE WILDER PEOPLE A big-hearted picture full of small, understated moments of magic, the New Zealand-based comedydrama Hunt for the Wilder People is an off-kilter charmer. Cert PG Friday 8 September, 7.30pm Tickets £6.50 Bounds Green Bowls Club ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017


Battleship Potemkin, released in 1925, was director Sergey M. Eisenstein’s tribute to the early Russian revolutionaries and is widely regarded as a masterpiece of international cinema. — 68 —

Tuesday 31 October, 7pm Tickets £10 Chickenshed Youth Band

Plus enjoy live music, vintage car and autojumble stalls, food stalls, miniature train ride and much more! All classic cars and club cars welcome. WALK INTO THE WILD

‘WINGING IT’ – SHORT SIGHTED CINEMA Enjoy a selection of heartwarming and entertaining shorts that take an honest, fun and original look at the challenges, questions and absurdities of everyday life. A funny and uplifting reminder that we’re all just, ‘winging it!’. Cert 18 Friday 10 November, 7.30pm Tickets £6.50 Bounds Green Bowls Club

FREE ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS AND PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN Every Thursday, Enfield Market hosts free pre-school children’s entertainment; everything from book reading, colouring, creative crafts to seasonal events. We also encourage schools to come along to learn about the history of their local market through a series of worksheets and activities. Every Thursday, 9am – 4pm Free Enfield Market, Market Place, Church Street, Enfield, EN2 6NL

Do you, or your children, need to get out more? Join in on this great walk and learn how to safely explore nature and the outdoors. This tour includes some basic health and safety, foraging, preventative and survival tips for everyday people (not to mention a little treat at the end!) Distance: No more than 3 miles.

Sunday 3 September, 10am-5.30pm Tickets Adult £7, Child £4 Capel Manor Gardens, Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield, EN1 4RQ

Event is led by an experienced walk leader; Children must be accompanied by an adult. It will be Informal and conducted at a leisurely pace. Sunday 3 September, 10am – 1pm Free To meet at the Main Car Park near the Cockfosters Road entrance. Trent Country Park, Cockfosters Road, EN4 0PS

PALMERS GREEN FESTIVAL Perfect for all ages and cultures to have fun together whilst enjoying local talents; including international food, music, dance, arts and crafts. It’s a guaranteed fun day in the park that will definitely expand your social circle and leave you proud to be part of our wonderfully diverse community.

CLASSIC AND VINTAGE CAR SHOW Motor along to the Classic and Vintage Vehicle Show at Capel Manor Gardens to see a widerange of fabulous cars, some dating back to the 1920’s, and the Annual Rally of the Middlesex Morris Minors Club. — 69 —

Sunday 3 September, 12pm – 6.30pm Free Broomfield Park, N13


Book tickets online or call 020 8807 6680

LAZY SUNDAY AFTERNOONS IN HILLY FIELDS Free live music for all ages, supporting local charities. Bring the whole family and a picnic! Relax and enjoy Cuban Salsa with Son Yambu.

Visitors can also meet creatures great and small, from big Shire horses to small ferrets. Not forgetting the Blacksmith, food demonstrations, dog agility, a range of activities and much more. Saturday 30 September, 10am – 5pm Tickets Adults £7, Concs £6, Child £4, Family £20 (2 Adults & up to 3 Children) Capel Manor Gardens, Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield, EN1 4RQ

Sunday 10 September, 3pm – 5.30pm Free The Bandstand, Hilly Fields Park, Enfield, EN2 9AJ

TRENT PARK HISTORY AND MYSTERY – HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! Are you brave enough to join ghostly guide Alan Mitellas on our infamous spooky tour? This event explores some amazing history and takes a closer look at the ghosts and legends of Trent Park. Learn about the paranormal power of Camlet Moat, and hear the stories of the spirits that haunt the park! Warning: be prepared to bump into some creepy characters who wander Trent Park after dark! Bring a torch. Distance: no more than 3 miles.

WE’LL MEET AGAIN – THE SPIRIT OF THE 40S CITY HARVEST FESTIVAL Savour the sights and sounds of amazing animals, dazzling displays and prizewinning produce at the only country show with an urban twist. Now in its 19th year, this unique urban harvest event is organised by London’s fantastic community farms and gardens. Come and see what they grow, from giant sunflowers to minigardens. Enjoy the horticulture show, from King Edward potatoes to Bangladeshi gourds and even chickpeas, all grown in London! ENFIELD PRESENTS AUTUMN 2017

You can enjoy a great evening of words and music. Bring friends and family and make a table of 8, or come alone and make new friends. Dressing up is encouraged! There will also be a bar and raffle. In aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Presented by Home Care Preferred. Tickets: 020 8364 3670 Saturday 21 October, 7.30pm Tickets £20 – Includes ticket and Fish & Chips Supper United Reform Church, Winchmore Hill, N21 3NU

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Children must be accompanied by an adult. Enter the park through the Cockfosters Road entrance and meet by the café…if you dare! Sunday 29 October, 4pm – 6pm finish Free Trent Country Park, Cockfosters Road, EN4 0PS


Circulate is a group of arts organisations working together to bring outstanding, free outdoor arts events to London. Millfield Theatre is proud to present their upcoming events, so grab your pen and dairy and make a note… You might have spotted Circulate events taking place in Edmonton throughout the Summer Season. Don’t miss the events taking place autumn now at Millfield Theatre and in the heart of Enfield Town.

MEM MORRISON PRESENTS SILENCER Mem Morrison’s Circulate commission, Silencer, is a silent march ending with an installation in a public space. Part performance, part exhibition, and created for and by local participants, witness your local shopping street transformed into a sea of placards as individuals march anonymously in support of their own causes and personal crusades. The March will travel to Fountain Island in Enfield Town where you can see the installation. Saturday 16 September, 11.30am & 2pm Free

CHORUS BY RAY LEE Chorus is a monumental installation of giant kinetic sculptures, a celestial choir of spinning sound machines, created by award-winning artist and British Composer of the Year, Ray Lee. Towering above the audience, a series of giant metal tripods support rotating arms. At the end of each arm, loudspeakers emit precisely tuned musical pitches, singing out a siren call to all those present. Chorus is produced by Simon Chatterton and commissioned by Newbury Corn Exchange, Brookes University and Oxford Contemporary Music. Chorus is funded by Arts Council England and PRS Foundation. Friday 10 & Saturday 11 November, 5.30pm, 6.30pm & 7.15pm Free

Delivered as part of Circulate London |

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Enfield Presents Brochure Autumn 2017  

Listings for all shows and events being held at Millfield Theatre, The Dugdale, Forty Hall, or by Enfield Festivals, plus activites for the...

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