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020 8807 6680 Box Office 020 8807 6680 1. Forty Hall Estate 2. Dugdale and Museum 3. Millfield Theatre 4. Edmonton Leisure Centre 5. Southbury Leisure Centre 6. Albany Leisure Centre 7. Southgate Leisure Centre 8. Arnos Pool 9. Chickenshed Theatre

Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ

Welcome to your Guide to What’s On in Enfield! Enjoy browsing the amazing events from December through to April. We look forward to seeing you having fun at one of our venues very soon.

HOW TO BOOK TICKETS 1. Online 39 London Rd, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS

To book tickets online please visit This is the quickest and easiest way to book tickets.

2. Telephone

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

Forty Hill, Enfield, EN2 9HA

3. In Person

Tickets can be purchased by cash, cheque or card at Millfield Theatre, Dugdale Centre and Forty Hall. Buttercup the Cow will be appearing in panto this season at Millfield Theatre. See page 4 for details. 2

The details in this brochure were correct at time of printing. However, in the event of unforeseen circumstances, we reserve the right to make changes to the published programme. Š Enfield Presents, London Borough of Enfield 2018



Totally Tina


Simply The Best!

Alan Gardner

(The Autistic Gardener)


Acting up


Battle ofthe Sexes, Re-Match

Easter Baskets and Gingerbread Treats


Lost and found A funny, charming tale of friendship


Valentine’s Concert with


Down for the Count Jazz Quartet


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 SOLD OUT Thursday 30th Nov 10am LA 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 1.15pm £20 (£15.50) £12*S LD OUT SO10am 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 LA 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 LA Sunday 17th Dec 11am 3pm £20 (£17) *G *F Monday 18th Dec 1.15pm *S 5pm £20 (£17) *G *F £12*S T Tuesday 19th Dec 1.15pm £20 (£17) *G *F £12*S SOLD OU*S 5pm 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 CONCS *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



Fe Fi Fo Fum, I smell a Pantomime in Edmonton! Join Jack and his mum, Dame Dottie Trott as they face the dastardly Fleshcreep (henchman to the Giant Blunderbore). Join Jill, Simple Simon, the magic Fairy Deluxe, Buttercup the Cow, Henrietta Hen. You have all the ingredients for another fun packed Millfield Pantomime! Unmissable entertainment is guaranteed in a show packed with special effects, stunning costumes, beautiful scenery and, of course, lots of comedy. Pantomime at its best! On Friday 29 December at 5pm there will be a relaxed performance. Designed to welcome people with an Autistic Spectrum condition, learning disability or sensory and communication disorder. ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018 5

Platinum presents

North Londons biggest Urban Panto Join Batman and his team as they face the dastardly Joker and his evil crew in the quest to rescue the lost Fairytales. A Street Dance pantomime packed with humour, dance and tunes.




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JANUARY Superheroes & the Lost Fairytale p 6

Millfield Theatre in Edmonton is the jewel in the crown of the Enfield Arts scene. Set in the grounds of the attractive and listed Georgian Millfield House, it is a flourishing and successful purpose-built modern theatre. The Theatre is friendly and accessible, with comfortable seats, a spacious bar serving a range of food and drinks, free car parking, and a terrific programme of entertainment for young and old. Both the Millfield Theatre and Millfield House are also available for hire and regularly used by a wide range of local groups and organisations for events, meetings and performances. If you have never visited the theatre before, then call our friendly box office team or book tickets online and take your seat in the auditorium named after the late great Sir Bruce Forsyth.

FEBRUARY Opera Boys p8 The Elvis Years p8 LDN Wrestling-Rumble Special p9 Lost and Found p9 Come Mek We Larf p10 Dance to the Music p11 Britain’s Got Magic p12 Faith, the George Michael Story p13 Beach Boys Smile p14 An Audience with Alan Gardner p14 MARCH The Counterfeit Stones Totally Tina An Evening with Frankie Dettori Whitney, Queen of the Night Songs and Laughter With My Mother Purple Zeppelin Streetz Ahead Bulgarian Folk Festival The Searchers

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APRIL Some Guys Have All The Luck p19 The Seven Drunken Nights p20 The Bob Dylan Story p21 ChangesTwoBowie p22 Dogs Don’t Do Ballet p22 You Win Again p23 Tony Stockwell p24 Turkish Speakers Theatre Festival Folk and Traditions p24 Millfield Seating Plan p25 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


The Elvis Years The Story of the King Saturday 10 February 7.45pm Get ready to rock as The Elvis Years makes a welcome return to Millfield Theatre. This knock out show features the West End star Mario Kombou as the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

OPERA BOYS Sunday 4 February 7pm Hitting the high notes at Millfield Theatre are four leading West End singers bringing you hits from Opera to Pop with perfect pitch. Four big voices, four big personalities, the Opera Boys have it all. This is a fabulous show full of music and laughter featuring operatic arias and classical favourites from Nessun Dorma to Time to say Goodbye, mixed with showstoppers from Les Misérables and Phantom of the Opera through to Jersey Boys. The Opera Boys aim to make classical music accessible to everyone. The show also features brand new classical arrangements of modern day pop hits. The four singing stars combine their exceptional classically trained voices with experience, showmanship and personality to deliver a wonderfully entertaining show not to be missed. Tickets: £22.50 8 ENFIELD PRESENTS

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With a top line-up of actor-musicians, multiple costume changes and nostalgic film footage, this glittering two-hour show charts the musical and emotional highs and lows of Elvis’ amazing career. From poor truck-driving teenager from Tupelo, Mississippi through the army, Hollywood and finally the legendary Las Vegas concerts. Hits include Jailhouse Rock, Hound Dog. Can’t Help Falling in Love, Suspicious Minds and Heartbreak Hotel. Mario’s talent and skill brings Elvis to the stage, in looks, sound and movement, Mario really is Elvis. Tickets: £23.50 CONCS £21.50

LDN Wrestling - RUMBLE SPECIAL Sunday 11 February 3pm

LDN Wrestling live events return to Millfield with an explosive afternoon of explosive action. Bringing a host of top wrestling stars to the ring to face the very best of home grown talent and fans favourites, in a two hour rip-roaring show for all the family to enjoy.

back stage passes to meet the stars at the end of the show.

This show is the ideal place to celebrate a birthday and get the opportunity of VIP

Tickets: £15 adults £12 concS £45 family of 4

If you’ve been before you know how good it gets. If you haven’t, give it a try! We guarantee that the kids will be talking about it for weeks afterwards.

Lost and Found Thursday 15 February 11.30AM Once there was a boy and one day he found a penguin at his door. He didn’t know where it had come from or who it belonged to. The penguin looked sad and the boy thought it must be lost. So he decided to help it find its way home, even if that meant rowing all the way to the South Pole. Join us and experience this funny, charming tale of friendship - the perfect treat for a younger audience. Brought to life with puppetry, songs and music, this fantastic new show is suitable for ages 3+ and their grown-ups. Running time 60 mins

“Perfectly charming.” The Guardian Tickets: £12, £10 Young Person, £40 Family of 4 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


friday 16 February 7.45pm Tickets: £17

Rose & Rows Of Laughter

Do you love to laugh? Then let’s join in & celebrate the festival of love, with the best in laughter. ‘Come Mek We Larf’ guarantees a night filled with fantastic entertainment with the best in African Caribbean comedians.

Donna Spence ‘The Big Sister’ of Comedy and the ‘Cool & Charming’ one of Comedy Mr Cee.

Featuring, Mo Gilligan The ‘Coupla Cans Man’ of Comedy, Kane Brown ‘The Dark Destroyer’ of Comedy, Peter Francis ‘The Naughty But Nice’ one of Comedy,

This show will explore the ecstasy of joy and pain in romance with chocolaty chuckles and sexy punchlines guaranteed to make you fall in laugh.



Dance to the Music Saturday 17 February 2.30pm & 7.30pm Tickets: Front section £28, Front Concession £26, Upper section £26, Upper Concession £24 V.I.P. Ticket £48 including post show meet and greet with the cast.

Join us for this brand new and exciting ‘must see’ dance show like no other! Created by and starring Kristina Rihanoff - one of the most renowned dancers and choreographers from the popular BBC1 ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ TV show.

The show will feature a full cast of eight dancers, including former ‘Strictly’ professionals, Robin Windsor and Oksana Platero. As well as Chris Maloney (X Factor finalist), and singer/ songwriter, Beth Sherburn. Expect to be thrilled by dance styles including, the Argentine Tango, Rock’n’Roll, Contemporary Ballet, Salsa and more.



Britain’s Got Magic Sunday 18 February 2pm Tickets: £20, CONCS £16 A Magical Night at Millfield with Christian Lee, from Britain’s Got Talent 2016. Leading the way with his wacky performance, unique style and tongue in cheek humour, Christian has been dubbed the ‘King of Comedy Magic’ by Time Out. He is joined by Max Somerset “The Unusualist” and the Magic Circle’s, Oliver Tabor. Enjoy a night of illusion, sleight of hand and mind reading with these top magic acts who will confound, astound and perform the impossible before your eyes. It’s a show that is suitable for the whole family and features many different styles of magic and illusion. Watch closely as these Masters of Magic conjure up an evening of mind-boggling acts and humour. Be prepared to be tricked, amazed and flabbergasted!

“Mighty magical talents” Evening Standard “Slick Tricks” Daily Express “Fabulous magic-riddled comic Christian Lee” Time Out



THURSday 22 February 7.30pm Tickets: £22.50 Join us to celebrate the life of musical genius, George Michael in a spell-binding spectacle featuring his hit songs. A true legend, an icon of pop and quite possibly the finest solo star Britain has ever produced. Starring international George Michael tribute Wayne Dilks and his 8 piece band, this show has it all... the looks, the voice and the moves. A musical journey of 35 years of hit records, from Wham to his solo career, the show uses actual video footage from The George Michael 25 live tour and is a two hour celebration of his songs including, Club Tropicana, I’m Your Man, Faith, Fast love, Outside, Freedom, A Different Corner, Father Figure, Careless Whisper and many more. If you are a fan and you know every word of these songs, join us as we celebrate the incredible legacy George left us all.

“Uncanny, looks and sounds like the real superstar” The Stage Magazine.



An Audience with

Alan Gardner

(The Autistic Gardener) Wednesday 28 February 7.45pm Alan Gardner presenter of Channel 4’s The Autistic Gardener takes to the road with a brand new and enlightening show. Alan has created 40 RHS show gardens and won numerous awards at Chelsea. Come and discover how to make the most of your garden, patio or even your window box and have fun while doing it!

Beach Boys Smile Saturday 24 February 7.45pm If you always wanted to be a Beach Boy, you will love this band. Immerse yourself in vocal bliss, with the smooth harmonies and classic songs of the group that will never be forgotten, in this all-new production. Love of music, vocal harmony and Brian Wilson’s compositions are what brings five young and incredibly talented musicians together to form Beach Boys Smile (aka BBS). Their roots can be traced as far back as the 80s when three brothers sang along to the classic surf tunes of The Beach Boys in the car on their way to the sunny beach! Every time BBS put on a show, all these memories flood back and put a smile on audiences faces the world over. Enjoy all the greatest songs of The Beach Boys! Tickets: £21.50 14


Discover where plants come from, and where should they go. Learn to love your weeds, nurture your house plants, grow your own food and benefit our wonderful planet. Alan is also an ambassador of the National Autistic Society. Join him and discover lots of new tips and tricks to help improve your green fingers. Tickets: £24

Totally Tina Sunday 4 March 7.30pm Totally Tina! is Simply The Best! Don’t miss this internationally acclaimed award winning production show honouring the Queen of Rock. The show re-creates the spectacle and energy of her live shows with a six-piece live band, four stunning dancers and Justine’s incredible impersonation of the Queen of Rock and Soul.

The Counterfeit Stones -

Fake it, Black Saturday 3 March 7.45pm Their latest fast shuffle,The Counterfeit Stones bring you a new show Fake it, Black. It promises yet another night of pure, unadulterated Copy-Rock! Now in their 27th year, these Prank-Stars continue to deliver the best Mock ‘n’ Roll show on the circuit. Packed with big hits, retro fashion, vintage guitars and a huge dollop of Spinal Tap humour, it’s Satis-fiction guaranteed. So “Come On” it’s phoney rock ‘n’ roll and you’ll like it!

The show takes you from the early days with Ike, and songs like River Deep, Mountain High, all the way through to Tina’s solo comeback in the 80’s with her incredible cover of the Al Green classic, Let’s Stay Together and her massive solo hits Simply The Best and What’s Love Got To Do With It. With hand-made replica costumes and dance routines the show captures the excitement, look and feel of Tina at her best! This is one spectacular show. Tickets: £24.50

“The most famous Stones band in England” SIR MICK JAGGER

Tickets: £25



An Evening with

Frankie Dettori Friday 9 March 7.45pm Join horse racing legend Frankie Dettori at Millfield Theatre for a special one man show! The larger than life jockey - famed for spectacular jumps off his horses in the paddock after victories - is bringing a great evening of conversation, anecdotes and memories. Frankie, 46, was born in Milan - the son of a jockey - and blazed a trail through the racing world, emerging champion jockey three times and having ridden hundreds of winners. He rose to prominence after riding all seven winners on British Champions’ Day at Ascot in 1996. Dettori took part in the 11th series of the UK reality TV show Celebrity Big Brother finishing seventh. Come and meet this racing legend. Tickets: £26.50 16



Queen of the Night Saturday 10 March 7.45pm A stunning celebration of the music and life of the most highly awarded female artiste in the world. This award winning production features a stellar line-up with rising West End star, Rebecca Freckleton, delivering a powerhouse and breath-taking performance as Whitney. Three decades of classic hits that include: One Moment in Time, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, I’m Every Woman, My Love Is Your Love, Saving All My Love, I Will Always Love You and many more. Whitney’s one true legacy was her music which touched us all at some time in our lives. Share her life and get ready for the greatest love of all in Queen of the Night! Tickets: £24.50

SONGS AND LAUGHTER WITH MY MOTHER Sunday 11 March 7PM Janet Kay and Victor Romero Evans present their annual Mothers Day Special. An evening of top quality entertainment from some of the UK’s best in comedy and music. Dance, tune in and sing-a-long to MOBO Award winner UK Queen of Gospel Lurine Cato, Lovers Rock Sensation Aysha Loren, Kings of Lovers Rock Leroy Simmonds and Peter Hunnigale and the Don of Comedy Curtis Walker. Treat your Mother or any loved one to Songs & Laughter with my Mother. Tickets: £23.50

PURPLE ZEPPELIN Saturday 17 March 7.45pm

Excitement. Passion. Power. The spirit and sound of Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin in the Ultimate Rock Tribute Show!. This time you can expect an ‘Unplugged’ set to start the show. Sit back and enjoy acoustic instruments, comprising well known songs from both bands. Then, in the second set, they’ll plug in and play all the classic hits. Purple Zeppelin are proud to pay tribute to the two greatest Rock Bands of all time, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin! So come and experience the excitement of these two great classic bands in one mesmerising show. Tickets: £22 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Street Feet presented by Streetz Ahead Sunday 18 March 2pm & 7pm Streetz Ahead have developed a distinct style of combining live beatbox, dance, rap and music for over 20 years. Local children will dance their way through a physically energetic, fast paced dance, rap and comedy to keep you on the edge of your seats. Be inspired by these amazing kids! A unique adaptation of he film Happy Feet. Tickets: £10, Concs £8

Spring Festival of Bulgarian Folk & Traditions John McNally Frank Allen Spencer James Scott Ottaway

Saturday 24 March 2pm The much loved Spring Festival of Bulgarian Folk & Traditions is back! You are invited to their 6th annual Spring Festival, packed with music, songs, dances and traditional food tasting. Join in and get the spirit of Bulgaria - famous for it’s ancient culture and colourful customs. More than 20 folklore dance groups, singers and musicians will perform for their London and Enfield friends.

Thursday 29 March 7.45pm The one and only Searchers are back! A chance to hear those legendary hits again from the superstars of the sixties and John, Frank, Spencer and Scott present a two hour celebration featuring Sweets For My Sweet, Needles and Pins, Don’t Throw Your Love Away, and When You Walk In the Room.

Join Bulgarian Folk Tradition and Culture dancers and take part in the Bulgarian Traditional dance Horo at 10am, in Enfield Town centre.

Their special solo concert is a highly entertaining show and has been enthusiastically received throughout the world. Combined with anecdotes and reminiscences, this concert includes all their famous hits, plus album recordings, B-sides and a selection of other well-known favourites. Don’t miss the magic of the Merseybeat sound.

Tickets: £15, Under 7s FREE

Tickets: £22.50



Sunday 8 April 7.45pm

Some Guys Have All The Luck is a fantastic celebration of the career of one of Rock’s greatest icons, Rod Stewart – from street busker through to international superstar! Paul Metcalfe delivers an authentic and charismatic performance embodying all from the distinctive vocals to the swaggering showmanship and sheer fun that have made Rod Stewart one of the most loved performers of all time. The show includes all the massive hits,

classic rockers like Maggie May, Baby Jane and Da Ya Think I’m Sexy through to big ballads such as Sailing, You’re In My Heart, and Tonight’s The Night as well as favourites from his days with the Faces such as Stay With Me and timeless Motown tunes from the album Soulbook. “I’ve seen some Rods in my time but Paul is the best one I’ve ever seen.” DON STEWART, (Rod Stewart’s brother)



Thursday 12 April 7.45pm Back at Millfield, bigger and better! The show brings to life the music of Ireland’s favourite sons The Dubliners. This popular show tells the story of a career spanning 50 years and evoking the spirit of Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna, Jim McCann, Ciaran Bourke and John Sheahan.

Sing and clap along to such classics as The Wild Rover, The Black Velvet Band, The Irish Rover, Molly Malone, Finnegan’s Wake, McAlpines Fusileers, Raglan Road and of course The Seven Drunken Nights. This is a celebration Irish music itself and a guaranteed evening of song, humour and ‘craic’. Book early to avoid disappointment!

‘Don’t miss it!’

Irish World

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The Bob Dylan Story Saturday 14 April 7.45pm The Bob Dylan Story - and what a story! It’s the stunning and definitive live concert celebration of one of rock music’s greatest icon, who spoke for a whole generation. With a top backing band, the show recreates the songs that made Dylan the living legend he is today. The heady idealism of Blowing In The Wind and The Times They Are A Changin; the electric venom of Subterranean Homesick Blues and Like A Rolling Stone. Timeless love songs like Lay Lady Lay and I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight; the mysticism of All Along The Watchtower and Mr Tambourine Man - these and many more memorable songs are captured to perfection. The Bob Dylan Story, a truly authentic and affectionate show, complete with stunningly evocative visuals and authoritative insights into the stories behind the songs. Experience the thrill and energy of a full-blown electric Dylan concert planted firmly in the 1960s, a time when anything seemed possible, in a show that will remind you what REAL nostalgia feels like. Tickets: £22, CONCS £20

MILLFIELD BAR & KITCHEN Millfield Theatre Bar & Kitchen is the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends before your show! Our bar stocks a wide range of beverages including beers, ciders, wines, spirits, soft and hot drinks. The bar is open 2 hours before the performance and during the interval. Don’t forget you can also beat the rush and pre-order a refreshing drink for the Interval. ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Dogs Don’t Do Ballet Saturday 21 April 11.30am The funny tale of a little dog with a very big dream!

ChangesTwoBowie Friday 20 April 7.45pm Celebrate the man and his music together. We can be Heroes, forever and ever. What d’you say? With the vocal talents of 2001 Stars in Their Eyes finalist Tony Perry, the band features a line up reminiscent of Bowie live shows from the 90’s until his final performances. The much loved hits will entertain you, alongside lesser known album tracks and more recent material. Enjoy this two hour live performance of Bowie songs from all the albums including Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust, Heroes, Low, and also later studio albums such as Earthling, Heathen and finally the last album Lazarus. The emphasis is focused on presenting a career spanning breadth of work from the Bowie catalogue, a must see for all true Bowie fans. Tickets: £22 22


Biff is not like other dogs. He doesn’t do dog stuff like weeing on lampposts, or scratching his fleas, or drinking out of the toilet. No, Biff likes moonlight and music and walking on his tiptoes. You see, Biff doesn’t think he’s a dog. He thinks he’s a ballerina! Based on the award-winning children’s book by Anna Kemp and Sara Ogilvie, this fabulous feel-good show features music, songs, handcrafted puppets and Biff, the ballet-dancing dog! This happy, funny tale is the perfect treat for little pups aged 3+ and their grown-ups. Running time 55 mins, no interval

Tickets: £12 / £10 CHILD Family Ticket £40

You Win Again Wednesday 25 April 7.45pm

Celebrating the great music of the Bee Gees! You Should Be Dancing to the Millfield to catch this fabulous show on it’s first ever UK tour after a West End debut. Experience the distinct sound of one the greatest bands to have graced the stage in this concert spectacular and enjoy all your favourite songs, including: Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive, More Than A Woman, You Should Be Dancing, Tragedy, If I Can’t Have You and many more!

The show also features the music the brothers wrote through the Sixties, Seventies & Eighties to give hit after hit for other artists including Celine Dion, Diana Ross & Dolly Parton. This fabulously authentic production ensures the Gibb brothers’ incredible legacy of classic hit songs is well and truly Stayin’ Alive. Tickets: £24, CONCS £22



An Evening with Tony Stockwell Thursday 26 April 7.45PM Remarkably compelling, amazingly detailed and always humorous… The popular star of TV’s Street Psychic, Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy, Tony Stockwell has a long established credibility as one of the top Intuitive Mediums and has shared the stage all round the world with international mediums such as Colin Fry, James van Praagh and Lisa Williams. Tony demonstrates his belief that those who have passed can communicate with their loved ones with detailed messages frequently including names, dates and locations and all delivered with emotion, sensitivity and empathy. The evening may include psychometry, photographs readings and psychic prediction. Recent legislative guidelines insist that any Evening of Mediumship should be billed ‘for entertainment purposes’. We hope that nobody can fail to come away untouched by the experience. Tickets: £23.50 first 5 rows, £20 remainder

London Turkish Speakers Theatre Festival Friday 27 - Sunday 29 April, Join us for the second London Turkish Speakers Theatre Festival! Returning to Millfield Theatre following its barnstorming success in 2017. 27th April 2018 Featuring the opening Gala performance with celebrities attending from Turkey, a mini concert by Aysegul Aldinc and performances by theatre groups. There’ll also be script writing and theatre acting workshops during the day. 28th April 2018 The morning will see children’s theatre followed by an afternoon and evening of exciting theatre in the Turkish language. 29th April 2018 Sit back and enjoy a morning of children’s theatre followed by an afternoon and evening of International theatre directly from Turkey. Tickets: £10 Check the website for details of all the performances.




DUGDALE THEATRE SEATING PLAN Millfield Theatre Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ Box Office 020 8807 6680 @The_Millfield MillfieldTheatre millfieldtheatre Dugdale Theatre 39 London Rd, Enfield Town EN2 6DS Box Office 020 8807 6680 @The_Dugdale thedugdale dugdaletheatre ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


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Based in the heart of Enfield Town, the Dugdale welcomes you to drop in, sit, relax and enjoy the hub of activity during the day. The Dugdale is famed for showcasing new work from emerging artists as well as local arts organisations and theatre companies. The award winning ice-cream Il gelato di Ariela can be purchased and enjoyed during show intervals. Enjoy a drink from the bar in the relaxed, large open cafe/bar and foyer area. Suitable for all ages, the Dugdale continues to gain new fans as well as entertaining regular visitors! So, if you are a familiar face to the Dugdale or brand new, make sure you’re making the most of this cultural gem in Enfield Town.

Dugdale Seating Plan Terrific Toys Exhibition Children’s International Voices of Enfield Enfield Poets A Christmas Carol EXHIBITIONS AT DUGDALE Our Cancer Journey Women at Work Impressions Our Infinite Imagination Circle of Time Exhibition

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TALKIES COMMUNITY CINEMA Frantz p31 I Am Not Your Negro p32 The Olive Tree p32 Trishna p32 A Man Called Ove p32 Christmas Tales p33 Sing-Along-A-Sunday P33 Starlight Express p33 ZIGGY’S JAZZ CLUB Jazz RiZing Xmas CrackerZ World Connections Night Ian Shaw Neil Angilley Trio ‘Hits’ Album Launch

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ACTing Up -Battle of the Sexes, Re-Match p36 A Fairy Tale p36 The MGM Musicals p37 The Roller Babes p37 Hot Mikado p38 Children’s International Voices – Cabaret! p38 easter pantomime Puss in Boots P39 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018



TERRIFIC TOYS MADE AND PLAYED IN ENFIELD NOW EXTENDED unTIL Sunday 15 APRIL 2018 10am - 5pm More time to see Terrific Toys: made and played in Enfield! Enjoy this amazing free exhibition until the 7th January 2018. It’s the perfect family outing over the festive season. Enfield Museum presents a free exhibition celebrating the golden age of toys and games. Many of the world’s best-selling toys were made in Enfield by famous names such as Spears Games and Lesney Matchbox and have been enjoyed by generations of local children.

Free admission, No booking required

CHRISTMAS WITH CHILDREN’S INTERNATIONAL VOICES OF ENFIELD Saturday 2 7pm Sunday 3 December 3pm No Christmas is complete without carols by John Rutter and the Children’s International Voices of Enfield. Join the angelic voices of their choirs as they sing your favourite Carols and Hymns! This is one of their most challenging programmes to date, as they tackle excerpts from Wassail a new fun work by Alexander L’Estrange and sequences from Handel’s Messiah, joined by Enfield oboist Joel Wilson and other musical guests. The concerts are a special opportunity for Enfield residents to come together and enjoy some fantastic Christmas music, so get your ticket and join the fun. First time or familiar face, we hope to see you there! Tickets £12





Tuesday 5 December 7.45pm GreenMatthews brings you a brand-new retelling of the best-loved Yuletide adventure of them all – Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

Enfield Poets: ANYTHING GOES Christmas Evening

First published in 1843, the story is credited with reinventing and reinvigorating the British Christmas and has been loved and retold by every generation since. Using new lyrics and traditional English folk tunes, GreenMatthews (with special guest Jude Rees of Pilgrims’ Way) use a bewitching blend of voices and instruments to create a musical retelling of this seasonal favourite.

Saturday 2 December 7.30pm

It is the perfect show for anyone looking to capture the heartwarming Yuletide delights of fellowship; laughter and good cheer…join them!

This Christmas the Enfield Poets group will showcase their own talent in an evening where ‘Anything Goes’. Enfield Poets is a group that takes poetry seriously and are interested in improving the standard of their own poems.

Tickets £15, Concs £13.50

When Andrew Motion visited he remarked that it is unusual to meet such a vibrant local poetry group with such a high standard of work. This is a chance to sit back, meet like-minded people and enjoy great poetry together. Tickets £3.50, concs £2.50




Free admission

Our Cancer Journey

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Exhibition

Women at Work: Then & Now

Tuesday 5 - Saturday 16 December 10am - 5pm

Monday 8 - Saturday 20 January 10am - 5pm

Join the Helen Rollason centre for their Cancer Charity Exhibition.

Rachael Nee our artists in residence at Building BloQs will be creating an art installation which will look at the history of Women’s roles in industry and manufacturing in Enfield. Incorporating old and new technology, including objects made in Enfield throughout history. Rachael will show art works made on her residency alongside works made by the two community workshops held at Building BloQs on the 2 and 9 December. Participants in the workshops will be manufacturing bespoke light boxes which will shine words they have chosen to communicate.

The centre based at North Middlesex Hospital greatly support the Art Group which was formed 3 years ago under the instruction of Zohreh, an artist who had cancer herself and painted her journey. It was her dream to start an art group at the Helen Rollason centre, who had helped her at this difficult time. “The art exhibition is a way to show how far we have all come and we would love people to come and share in our joy.” Exhibition Artist

On the 11th January there will be a panel discussion including guest speakers who have knowledge about the heritage of Womens work in manufacturing in Enfield.

Impressions – By Local Artist Barry Maltz Tuesday 6 February - Saturday 3 March 10AM - 5PM Barry Maltz is a retired Chartered Quantity Surveyor who now has time to pursue his great love, painting. Barry, who is selftaught, paints in watercolour and acrylics. He lives locally and paints a wide range of subjects in and around Enfield and North London, as well as on his travels abroad. Barry is stimulated by light and shadow which he endeavours to incorporate in his work. 30


Our Infinite Imagination Tuesday 6 March Friday 30 March 10am - 5pm Heart-based artwork co-created by the Children’s Meditation Group. CMG’s guided meditation and co-creative art sessions are designed for 3 - 13 year olds, to calm the mind. Together CMG creates a safe and comfortable space, allowing their uniqueness to shine. Group-work allows the children the freedom to relax into free-flow conversation and art. CMG’s aim is for all children to realise how fantastic they are and how much they have to offer. Their imagination and self-guidance system can take them anywhere they want to be.


PRESENTED BY TALKIES Thursday 7 December 7.45pm

Circle of Time Exhibition Tuesday 10 AprIL - Friday 4 May 10am - 5pm Go back one or two generations and you will see a similar situation to our present day. Wars, famine, natural disasters, and how the media deals with it. We never seem to learn from history. To the new generation everything that is happening now is a shock, where as to older generations, it has all happened before, Circle of Time investigates this concept. Join us and view some of the largest artworks ever seen at Dugdale..

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 black and white, Frantz is a masterly told story of romance, grief and guilt, featuring two remarkable lead performances from newcomers Paula Beer and Pierre Niney. Dir: François Ozon Cert: 18

Tickets £6.50 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018



I Am Not Your Negro


Thursday 4 January 7.45pm

Thursday 1 March 7.45pm

An Oscar-nominated documentary, based on the writings of James Baldwin, which explores the historical issue of racial discrimination and violence in the United States. The film is especially pertinent at this time of increasing social and economic division.

Based on Thomas Hardy’s classic novel Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Trishna is the story of the tragic relationship between the son of a property developer and the daughter of an auto rickshaw owner.


Dir: Raoul Peck. Cert: 12 A


Dir: Michael Winterbottom. Cert: 15

Tickets: £6.50

Tickets: £6.50

The Olive Tree

A Man Called Ove

Thursday 1 February 7.45pm

Thursday 19 April 7.45pm

Written by Paul Laverty, of I, Daniel Blake fame, this wonderfully heartfelt movie is about a young woman who decides to rescue her grandfather’s olive tree, sold to a German company as a green symbol.

A moving and funny black comedy about a suicidal Swedish mechanic being helped by his pregnant Persian neighbour.


Dir: Icíar Bollaín. Cert: 15

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Dir: Hannes Holm. Cert: 15

Tickets: £6.50

SING-ALONG-A-SUNDAY CHRISTMAS TALES SATURDAY 9 - 30 December Various times This is an 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! With a running time of 50 - 60 minutes it’s perfect for little ones. So join the fun this festive season - The Christmas Tales team will be right ‘behind you’!

Sunday 10 December 2017 Sunday 28 January 2018 Sunday 18 March 2018 Sunday 29 APRIL 2018


Join the Shabby Chic Theatre as they host their open mic sessions in the large open foyer. 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 are all included in a varied programme throughout the months. Not forgetting the finale with audience participation.

Age recommendation 0-6 years.

If you wish to take part, you can contact

Tickets £8, Schools £6

Tickets £8



Presented by TNT Productions 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23 December 7.30pm Back for it’s second season!

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

Starlight Express is a nine year old boy’s dream. In his dream, his toy trains come to life for a spectacular race across America.The competition between steam, electric and diesel engines is fast and fierce with entries from France, Italy, Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Japan and the U.S.A, and then there’s the underdog Rusty, a steam engine with a heart of gold, but who will win the race?

Tickets £19, £17.50 Restricted View ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


World Jazz Club at dugdale


Ziggy’s World Jazz Club presents


World Connections Night Double Bill

Friday 8 December 7.45pm

Friday 26 January, 7.45pm

Join Ziggy’s World Jazz Club as they celebrate Christmas by presenting the very best in up and coming young artists. With a complimentary glass of mulled wine and mince pie, with CRACKERZ thrown in! Christmas starts here.

Gill Manly Acoustic Blues Trio + Frater and Taylor Band + special guests

NYJO & Royal Academy of Music are major forces in developing the next generation of jazz stars. Tonight’s festive show is a great chance to hear some truly incredible and dynamic developing young jazz musicians in three different groups. Plus, Royal Academy of Music Jazz featuring rising star - guitarist /vocalist Rosie Frater-Taylor!

‘such a connection with the guitar’ - Jimmy Page! – Led Zeppelin ‘She really has got it’ Ian Shaw- BBC jazz award winner

Tickets: £12 Adults, Under 16s £8

Expect joy, foot-stomping, passion, and laughter, laced with gorgeous harmonies. Gill Manly, a jewel in the crown of British Jazz and Blues, performs with her acoustic blues musicians, Trevor Hyett (mandolin mandola), and Thomas Coffey (acoustic guitar).

“Gill’s voice is nothing short of electric....singers with this much control and technique are a scarcity nowadays.” HHHH Jazz on CD Magazine

Scottish born vocalist/songwriter Josie Frater & Drummer/composer Steve Taylor unite Brazilian, Jazz, Pop and world-beats in an adventurous world-jazz excursion.

“Superb, captivating” HHHHH Time Out

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6th Anniversary special

Steve Taylor Big Band eXpLoSiOn

Ziggy’s World Jazz Club – presents

Ziggys ‘Latin Jazz’ Night Featuring

Ian Shaw

Neil AngilLey ‘Hits’ Album Launch Trio

with Steve Taylor Trio Friday 23 February 7.45pm Ian Shaw, winner of Best Jazz Vocalist at the BBC Jazz Awards 2007 and 2004, has amassed a number of highly acclaimed albums. He is a renowned performer both in the UK and the US and has been cited, along with Mark Murphy and Kurt Elling, as one of the world’s finest male jazz vocalists. Join Ziggy’s World Jazz Club as they welcome long-time collaborator and Ziggy’s charismatic curator, drummer Steve Taylor & his trio.

“Absolutely Fantastic” Clare Teal BBC Radio 2

Tickets: £15.50

Friday 23 March 7.45pm Fleet fingered piano virtuoso Neil Angilley returns to Ziggy’s leading his thrilling trio on a dazzling trip through Afro Cuban Latin jazz. Joined by two of Europe’s finest Latin musicians Davide Giovannini on drums & percussion and Davide Mantovani on Bass. Neil has performed with many of the most successful artists in the music industry, Maceo Parker, Lionel Richie, Lisa Stansfield and Shirley Bassey. Come and soak up some absolutely insatiable live Afro-Cuban-Latin-jazz.

“Dazzling Afro Cuban Latin Jazz”

Friday 27 April 7.45pm Powerhouse drummer Steve Taylor and the Big Band eXpLoSiOn celebrate Ziggy’s 6th Anniversary Show by launching their new Album “HITS”. The band features 16 of the hottest horn charged crew around including Sax maestros, Parliamentary Jazz award winner Phil Meadows & long-time collaborator Vasilis Xenopoulos. Acknowledged by fans and critics alike as one of the most exciting British jazz groups on the music scene; wowing audiences at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz club, Pizza Express Jazz Club, London Jazz Festival and Ziggy’s.

“Fiery & Hard Hitting”

HHHH Guardian

HHHHH Time Out

Tickets: £16



ACTing Up Battle of the Sexes Re-Match Friday 2 February, 7.45pm Creators Ashley J & Tee-J return with their hit improvised comedy show ACTing Up! See two teams of 4 performers go to head creating songs, sketches and parodies inspired from 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!

Tickets: £13.50, Concs £12

A Fairy Tale Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 February, 11am & 2pm (Sunday 2pm - Relaxed performance) Discover how an unlikely Fairy earns the greatest honour that can be granted in all of the magical Kingdom of Enfield. Go on a journey with Pixie and her friend Puck, as they help some familiar characters. But what Pixie is to learn, is that she must believe in herself to truly become what she has always wished she could be… A Fairy Godmother. Age recommendation 4-9 years Running time 90 mins + interval

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WEDNESday 21 February 2.30pm Award winning singer Robert Habermann tells the extraordinary story and sings the great songs from the magical MGM musicals, Singing in the Rain, High Society and many more. Plus telling stories of the stars; Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire and Frank Sinatra.

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, and much more.

This is the unique, glittering story of the

Tickets: £16, Concs £15

Now That’s Entertainment!

The Roller Babes Saturday 24 February 7.30pm Presented by TNT Productions

Direct from the cast of Starlight Express, the Roller Babes are ready to hit the town with disco and pop hits from the 80s, 90s and 00s. Add a touch of sass, glamour and sparkle to your life with their unique show, performed entirely on roller skates. Join us to boogie the night away with this sensational new act! Tickets: £18 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Hot Mikado TUESDAY 13 – SATURDAY 17 March 7.30pm plus Matinée at 2.30pm on the 17. Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado as you’ve never heard it before. Join KoKo, Nanki Poo, Yum Yum, Katisha, Pitti-Sing, Peep-Bo and host of other hilarious characters, as they bring you the classic tale of love and laughter, along with very well-known songs, now set to the era of Jazz, Blues and Swing! This musical is certainly not one to be missed, expect it to be full of fun! With over 20 years of musical theatre experience, Cuffley OS make their debut in association with TNT Productions, who are responsible for the sellout Starlight Express, Avenue Q and many more. Tickets: £17 Book and lyrics adapted by DAVID H BELL. Music adapted & arranged by ROB BOWMAN. Based on The Mikado by Gilbert & Sullivan. Originally produced at Fords Theatre Washington, D. C. Frankie Hewitt, Producing Director. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe). All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe.



Children’s International Voices – Cabaret! Sunday 25 February 3PM Children’s International Voices young performers will be giving the stars a run for their money, as they perform music by; Andrew Lloyd Webber, Gershwin, Louis Armstrong and many more. This year will be their best yet as they plan to excel themselves, with the show featuring numerous exciting guest singers and young promising local talent. Book your tickets in advance and support Enfield’s young aspiring musicians. Tickets: £12


Escape the hustle and bustle of Enfield Town to relax and unwind in The Café at Dugdale. Open 9am - 4pm and from 6pm before a show Not open on Sundays unless there is a performance.

Pantomime returns to Dugdale this Easter with Puss in Boots, from the creative team that brought you last year’s Red Riding Hood. As Colin is left facing a future on the streets of Enfield, he receives news of his inheritance, his father’s old tabby cat, affectionately known as ‘Puss’. How will Colin ever win the heart of Princess Alice? Will Queen Doris believe that Colin is ‘the one’ for her daughter? Will Igor the Ogre’s henchman scupper Puss’ plans for his master? Join us for the Purr-fect Easter Pantomime. Packed with music, dance, comedy and of course audience participation, ‘Oh yes it will!’ Age suitability 2 – 103!

Running Time 90mins including interval ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018




WINTER | SPRING SEASON Christmas Market Conservation Work Party Children’s Christmas Workshop Candlelit Tours

Forty Hall welcomes you to step inside for a season of exciting activities, entertaining events and fascinating learning opportunities for all ages. Enjoy our free, engaging permanent exhibition about the history of this remarkable 17th century home and its distinguished owners. Children can dress up, build, play and more with our range of fun free activities around the house. Come along to one of their talks, concerts, seasonal events, adults’ and children’s workshops and more! Visit the newly refurbished Gift Shop, unwind in the Nice Green Café and take time to explore our stunning gardens and parkland. We look forward to seeing you there – please remember to book early for workshops and events to avoid disappointment!

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The Night Before Christmas Exhibition p44 Late Opening p44 Children’s Trail p44 Christmas at Forty Hall Farm p45 Voices from Forty Hall Estate Coffee Morning p46 Christmas Choir – Let the People Sing! p46 Seasonal Botanical Drawing Workshop p47 A Spoonful of Sugar A presentation on local history p47 Dawn Chorus with Jacquelyn Hynes p47 Valentine’s Concert p48 Forty Small! p49 Spring Wildlife Talk - Butterflies p49 Flowering Bulbs Drawing Workshop p50 Lost Buildings of Edmonton p50 Mother’s Day Botanical Art Class p50 Mother’s Day Classical Concert p51 Disappearing 9 Patch Workshop p51 Stained Glass Workshop p51 Stories & More! p52 Birds, Eggs & Chicks p52 Easter Baskets & Gingerbread Treats p53 Dawn Chorus Bird Walk p53 Bat Walk p53 Easter Egg Hunt p54



Conservation Work Party Tickets: Free for these events,booking essential Join our thriving Conservation Work Party to learn a little about the landscape history of the estate, meet new people and improve Forty Hall for wildlife. Tasks across the winter to early spring period will include woodland management, scrub and rhododendron clearance, a river clean-up and hedge planting. Hot drinks and cake provided! 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 responsible adult at all times. Please wear suitable clothing for outdoor work and sturdy boots (steel toe-caps recommended). 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.Numbers are limited so advanced booking is essential to ensure your place.

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Sunday 3 December 10am - 2PM Join our December task for some festive treats and some feel-good conservation work.

Sunday 4 February 10am - 2PM This month, in recognition of World Wetlands Day on 2nd February we will be undertaking a clean-up of Turkey Brook.


Sunday 4 March 10am - 2PM Join our final task of the season as we get the park ready for spring.

A Georgian Christmas with the Meyers –

Candlelit Tours 2017

Thursday 7 & Friday 8 December 6.30pm, 7.15pm, 8pm Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 December 5pm, 5.45pm, 6.30pm, 7.15pm

Children’s Christmas Workshop Sunday 3 December, 11am & 1pm

The year is 1812. Gossip, romance and excitement abound as the family and their neighbours gather for their Christmas celebrations. Discover Forty Hall by candlelight and encounter characters from the past as they fill the house with festive spirit. End your tour with a warming cup of mulled wine, included in the ticket price. Tickets: £12 per Person

Get ready for Christmas with our decoration making workshops! Use traditional natural materials and beautiful embellishments to create unique hand-made decorations to keep or to give as gifts. Suitable for ages 4+

Children must be accompanied by an adult or carer. Limited availability. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Adults do not need to purchase a ticket unless they wish to make their own! Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door (Subject to availability) ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


The Night Before Christmas Exhibition 7 - 31 December Thursday - Sunday 11am - 4pm (Closed 24th & 25th Dec & 1st Jan) ‘Tis the Night before Christmas’ and Forty Hall is ready for the big day. Inspired by writings and verse from the 17th to the 20th centuries, experience the sights, sounds and scents of Christmas past in the splendour of Forty Hall. Timed half hourly admission slots throughout the day, last admission at 4pm Please note that there is no entry into the Hall without a ticket during the exhibition period. Last admission at 3.15pm

The Night before Christmas Exhibition Late Opening Friday 15 December 7.30pm - 9pm Enjoy a special late night opening of our Night Before Christmas Exhibition – a calm end to a busy week. Relax afterwards with a drink in the Long Gallery and enjoy a live perfomance by Brooke Jazz Lawrence. We are delighted that Brooke is returning following a wonderful Valentine’s Day concert this February. A great way to get into the Christmas spirit! Tickets: £6 in advance, £8 on the door (Subject to availability)

Tickets: £3 Adults, £1 under 18, Under 2s Free

The Night Before Christmas Children’s Trail Sunday 17 December 11am, 11.30am, 12pm, 12.30pm, 1pm, 1.30pm Shhh… not a creature is stirring, not even a mouse! Tiptoe through time on our candlelit Christmas treasure hunt and meet characters from the past along the way as they prepare for the big day! Suitable for children 2-11 years old. Children must be accompanied by an adult or carer. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Limited availability. Tickets: CHILDREN,£5 in advance, £7 on the door (Subject to availability), Under 2s Free, accompaniNG Adults £3 44


Christmas at Forty Hall Farm: Wreath making and Festive Food Market Sunday 10 December 11am - 4pm Tickets: Free entry to the Farm

A brand new festive addition to Forty Hall Farm’s calendar, bringing together the Farm’s popular Festive wreath-making afternoon with a one-off winter food market.

Wreath making

Festive Food Market

Suitable for families, but children must be accompanied by an adult.

Organised by Capel Manor College’s Forty Hall Farm and the Food Gatherer, the partnership that brings you The Enfield Food Festival.

Have a tramp around the farm, gathering your foliage from the Farm’s trees and hedgerows, then head back to the Black Barn to create your festive door wreath to take home. Please bring scissors or secateurs if you have them (though some will be available to borrow for a small deposit). Wrap up warm and don’t forget your wellies!

Wreath making: £4 per wreath

Enjoy lunch with top local street food, along with a warming mulled cider and once you’ve filled your boots there’ll be time to stock up on award-winning local produce and Christmas treats and gifts; including Forty Hall Vineyard’s wine, Wildes Cheese and Old Bakery Gin, plus midwinter organic produce from the farm.



Voices from Forty Hall Estate -

Coffee Morning

Tuesday 12 December 10am - 12 NOON Tuesday 9 January 10am - 12 NOON WEDNESDAY 14 February 10am - 12 NOON Join our friendly coffee morning for a slice of cake and a chat to reminisce about Forty Hall Estate. Tell us about your memories and be part of our Oral History project, which aims to uncover and record local peoples’ experiences of Forty Hall and the impact that it has had on their lives. Themes we hope to cover each month will include childhood and family life, love and courting, and working on the estate and farm. Please encourage friends, family and neighbours who might be interested to join us. Booking essential. To reserve your place and for more information, please call Catherine Lee-Smith on 020 3654 7548. Tickets: Free, booking essential

Christmas Choir – Let the People Sing! Thursday 21 December 7pm Let the People Sing! return to Forty Hall to perform an evening of Christmas classics including Ding Dong Merrily on High, The Holly & The Ivy, Silent Night, Oh, Holy Night, Jingle Bells, Winter Wonderland, In The bleak Mid-Winter, Chestnuts Roasting and We Wish you a Merry Christmas. Enjoy the wonderful festive favourites in the Long Gallery. Tickets: £10 Adults, under 16s, £5 46


seasonal Botanical Drawing Workshop Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 January 11am - 4pm Take part in a two day course enabling students to create a detailed watercolour study of a winter plant. Learn skills such as structural line drawing, composition, colour mixing and creating form and detail using watercolours. Perfect for beginners or those wishing to further their practice. With tutor demonstrations, group drawing exercises and 1-2-1 support, the workshop will be enjoyable for all. Full materials list will be available on the website. Tickets: £65

A Spoonful of Sugar A presentation on local history

Wednesday 7 February 7pm From Pest House to North Middlesex Hospital this local history presentation looks at the development of the health service in Enfield. Unsurprisingly, many of the problems and benefits that we experience today are echoed in history. Tickets: £5

Dawn Chorus with Jacquelyn Hynes Sunday 11 February 7am (Sunrise approx. 7.22am)

Watch the sun rise over the stunning grounds of Forty Hall to the haunting and wonderful sound of flautist Jacquelyn Hynes. Jacquelyn will perform an eclectic programme of atmospheric and mesmerising flute music including pieces drawn from her Lost series of compositions, beautiful traditional Irish airs; and including a specially composed piece for this concert - Aurora which will incorporate the theme of bird-song, creating a truly magical event that marks the arrival of dawn. Jacquelyn is a renowned flautist whose album Silver and Wood received stunning reviews.

“Haunting and wonderful“

Telegraph Folk Albums of the Year.

Afterwards make your way to the parlour and enjoy light refreshments. Tickets: £20 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Valentine’s Concert with Down for the Count Jazz Quartet Wednesday 14 February 7pm Tickets: £15 The Down for the Count Jazz Quartet is a group of award-winning musicians performing classic jazz music from the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and Nina Simone. For this special Valentines Concert this group of talented musicians will perform tailor-made arrangements of swing classics such as Cheek to Cheek, My Baby Just Cares For Me and Dream a Little Dream of Me to get you in the romantic mood.



Down for the Count are one of the country’s most in-demand swing bands, performing at venues throughout the UK and internationally. The band regularly performs at top London music venues including Pizza Express Jazz Club, Boisdale and Hideaway Streatham. The perfect way to spend your Valentine’s Day whether you are coupled or not! Pay bar available from 6.30pm

Forty Small! Thursday 15 February 10.30am & 2.30pm Come in from the cold this February half term. Forty Hall is filled with swirling patterns, fancy columns, decorative paintwork and antique furniture. Explore the house for inspiration, study our Forty Hall miniature model then make and decorate your own room diorama and tiny people to go in it! Use a range of techniques and materials plus your imagination to make your room the finest in Enfield! Suitable for ages 4-11

Children must be accompanied by an adult or carer. Limited availability. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Adults do not need to purchase a ticket. Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door (Subject to availability)

Spring Wildlife Talk - Butterflies Thursday 22 February 7pm Join Andrew Wood from the Hertfordshire and Middlesex branch of Butterfly Conservation to learn all about butterflies at Forty Hall and the surrounding area, and learn how you can help to monitor and record these beautiful insects! Andrew is the author of Butterflies of Hertfordshire and Middlesex (2016) and coordinates several butterfly recording schemes in North London and Hertfordshire. Advanced booking recommended. Tickets will be available on the door subject to availability. Tickets: £5 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Lost Buildings of Edmonton Wednesday 7 March 7pm To complement our previous talk on Lost buildings of Enfield we now look at a selection of historic structures in Edmonton.

Flowering Bulbs – Drawing Workshop Sunday 18 February 11am - 4pm

Pymmes, Weir Hall, Bury Lodge & the Empire on the Hill are just some of the buildings that disappeared in the last century which conservationist had fought tooth and nail to save. So join us to hear more fascinating stories and learn more about the local area surrounding Forty Hall. Tickets: £5

Mother’s Day Botanical Art Class Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 March 11am - 4pm

Students will create a small watercolour study from an early spring flowering bulb, including the plant. Course involves observational drawing, accurate line drawing to scale, compositionand creating form using watercolours. You will be supported by tutor demonstrations and lots of individual help so this workshop is ideal for beginners. Full materials list will be available on the website. Tickets: £35 50


Join us to create the perfect gift for Mother’s Day! Or enjoy spending quality time with your mother and take part in the class together. Students will create a watercolour study of spring flowers (daffodils, roses or tulips) typically associated with Mother’s Day. Course involves line drawing, composition, colour mixing and creating form using watercolour washes. With tutor demonstrations, group drawing exercises and lots of 1-2-1 support, it’s an enjoyable art class for all. Full materials list will be available on the website. Tickets: £65

Mother’s Day Classical Concert Sunday 11 March 3pm The perfect way to celebrate Mother’s day with a classical

concert by Clare Deniz, cello and David Harvey, classical guitar, who will be performing a wonderful selection of well-known and traditional classical music in the Long Gallery. Their programme will include Sleeping Beauty Waltz by Tchaikovsky, An die Musik by Schubert, Adagio by Bach, Recuerdos de l’Ahambra by Tárrega and Andalusian Romance by Sarasate.

Price includes glass of prosecco or bucks fizz and cake during the interval Tickets:: £20

Disappearing 9 Patch Workshop Saturday 17 March 1pm - 4pm Spend an enjoyable afternoon and learn to sew the disappearing 9 patch. It is a simple patchwork technique to start with. The tutor will take you through step by step demonstrations and printed instructions will be provided. You need to be able to use a sewing machine and sew straight. The patchwork can be made into a cushion, bag or table mat after. You can make more patchwork blocks to make a quilt. You will need to bring a sewing machine and fabric scissors. Have a look at the tutor’s sewing blog: Tickets: £45

Stained Glass Workshop Sunday 24 March 10am - 4pm Learn the art of stained glass artwork design and production with local artist Debbie Dean. Produce your piece, bringing your own design to life through glass cutting, leading and soldering. Participants will complete their own small panel (measuring approx. A4) featuring up to 9 pieces of cut glass. All materials and tools provided. Please wear covered shoes. Lunch is not provided so please bring a packed lunch. Tickets: £95 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Stories & More! Wednesday 4 & 11 April 10.30am Enchanting stories and rhymes and fun craft activities for younger children. The perfect way to entertain your little ones and make new friends yourselves! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults do not need to buy a ticket. Accompanying siblings under 1 free of charge. Tickets: £4 in advance, £5 on the door (Subject to availability)

Birds, Eggs & Chicks at Forty Hall Thursday 5 April 10.30am & 2.30pm Lots of species of wild birds make their home in Forty Hall Estate. Bring the family and enjoy following a trail to find out more about Forty Hall’s feathered friends. Then make a cute pine cone chick, nest and eggs to take home! Suitable for ages 4 - 11yrs Please book early to avoid

disappointment. Children must be accompanied by an adult or carer. Adults do not need to purchase a ticket. Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door (Subject to availability)



Dawn Easter Baskets AND Gingerbread Treats at Chorus the Haberdasher’s House Bird Walk Thursday 12 April 10.30am & 2.30pm Forty Hall was built for Sir Nicholas Rainton, a wealthy haberdasher. His fine 17th century table would be laden with sweet foods, including gingerbread made from almond paste and spices. Get creative with raffia, ribbons, buttons, beads and paper to weave a unique little Easter basket worthy of the haberdasher’s house! Then make gingerbread treats to fill it ready for your Easter table. Suitable for ages 4-11

Limited availability. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Children must be accompanied by an adult or carer. Adults do not need to purchase a ticket. Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door (Subject to availability)

Sunday 22 April, 6am - 8AM Tickets: £7 Arrive at the Hall just before sunrise to enjoy a walk through the grounds to hear the dawn chorus. As the sun rises over the Estate learn to identify the calls of our local birds, including the sweet melody of a robin and the trill of a wren, and perhaps even the ‘peep peep’ of the kingfisher as it speeds along Turkey Brook. Refreshments will be provided at the end of the walk in the Hall. Advanced booking recommended. Tickets available on the door subject to availability. No dogs please.

Bat Walk Saturday 28 April 7.30pm - 9.30pm Back by popular demand! Join bat ecologist Roger Havard (Hertfordshire and Middlesex Bat Group) at dusk to discover the bats of Forty Hall. Learn all about these fascinating creatures, hear their different calls through a bat detector and meet a bat up close! Please bring a torch and wear suitable outdoor clothing for the weather and supportive footwear for uneven ground. This evening will begin with a talk in the Hall followed by a walk in the grounds. No dogs please. Advanced booking recommended. Tickets will be available on the door subject to availability. Tickets: £5 ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018





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Get active, keep fit, gain a new hobby or meet new people, whatever your reason may be, Active Enfield is here to help. Providing friendly sporting activities for a range of ages, Active Enfield has a class for you. The classes are specially designed for different age groups young people (ages 3 - 18), adults and over 50s. The sporting and physical activity courses are both affordable and accessible; delivered in venues as diverse as schools, community centres, leisure centres and parks. The classes are popular and enjoyed by all those who have taken part! Have a look at the variety of classes available to you… just remember to book early to avoid disappointment.



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Boxing P59 ACTIVITIES FOR OVER 50’s Keep Fit, Mature Moves


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Swimming p61 Dance Social


Bowls p61 Ballroom & Latin Dance




ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN Gymnastics Leotards at the ready, kids will love these fun, friendly, progressive sessions that follow The British Gymnastics Award Scheme. Children will be doing exercises using the floor, beam and vault. BEGINNERS (5-8YRS) Monday 8 January – 26 March (exc. 12 Feb), 6.10pm (60mins) Thursday 11 January – 29 March, (exc. 15 Feb), 6.10pm (60mins) 11 weeks, £56 Winchmore Secondary School Laburnum Grove, London, N21 3HS

IMPROVERS (7-16YRS) Monday 8 January – 26 March (exc. 12 Feb), 7.20pm (60mins) Thursday 11 January – 29 March (exc. 15 Feb), 7.20pm (60mins) 11 weeks, £56 Winchmore Secondary School Laburnum Grove, London, N21 3HS

Tuesday 9 January – 27 March (exc. 13 Feb) 6.10pm (60mins) 11 weeks, £56 Chace Community School Churchbury Lane, Enfield, EN1 3HQ

Tuesday 9 January – 27 March (exc. 13 Feb) 7.20pm (60mins) 11 weeks, £56 Chace Community School Churchbury Lane, Enfield, EN1 3HQ



Gymnastics & Trampolining (5-14 YRS) A combined course of gymnastics & 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 use the floor, beam and vault, and the trampoline. Monday 8 January – 26 March (exc. 12 Feb) 6.10pm (60mins) 11 weeks, £56 Aylward Academy, Windmill Rd, London, N18 1NB

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.

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 13 January – 24 March (exc. 17 Feb) 8.45am (45mins) 10 weeks, £47.50 Edmonton Leisure Centre, 2 The Broadway, London, N9 0TR

Tots Trampolining

BEGINNERS (8-12YRS) Friday 12 January – 23 March (exc. 16 Feb) 6.10pm (60mins) 10 weeks, £50 Nuffield at Enfield Grammar School, Baker St, Enfield, EN1 3EX IMPROVERS (10-18YRS) Friday 12 January – 23 March (exc. 16 Feb) 7.20pm (60mins) 10 weeks, £50 Nuffield at Enfield Grammar School, Baker St, Enfield, EN1 3EX


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 13 January – 24 March (exc. 17 Feb) 9.45am (45mins) 10 weeks, £47.50 Edmonton Leisure Centre 2 The Broadway, London, N9 0TR ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS (18+) Badminton Learn to play Badminton, tennis’ lesser-known cousin! It’s easy to learn and a fun social activity which 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.

Tai Chi

Monday 8 January – 26 March 11am (90mins)

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.

Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 11am (90mins) 12 weeks, £48 Drill Hall, 1 Old Park Avenue, Enfield, EN2 6PJ Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 8pm (105mins) 12 weeks, £60 Nuffield at Enfield Grammar School Baker Street, Enfield, EN1 3EX


Thursday 11 January – 29 March, 11am (60mins), 12 weeks, £60 Thursday 11 January – 29 March, 12.15pm (60mins), 12 weeks, £60 St Andrew’s Parish Centre, Silver Street, Enfield, EN1 3EG

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, improving posture, muscle tone, balance and joint mobility. Pilates is a great way to relieve stress and tension.

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. WOMEN ONLY (18+) Monday 8 January – 26 March 4.30pm (75mins) 12 weeks, £60 St Andrew’s Parish Centre, Silver Street, Enfield, EN1 3EG Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 7.30pm (90mins) 12 weeks, £72 Grange Park Methodist Church, Old Park Ridings, London N21 2EU MIXED ADULTS Wednesday 10 January – 28 March, 2.30pm (90mins) 12 weeks, £54 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

Monday 8 January – 26 March 4.50pm (60mins), 12 weeks, £60 Monday 8 January – 26 March 5.55pm (60mins), 12 weeks, £60 St Michaels CofE Primary School, Brigadier Hill, Enfield, EN2 0NB Friday 12 January – 23 March 11.05am (60mins), 11 weeks, £49.50 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

Nordic Walking 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 11 January – 29 March 10am (60mins) 12 weeks, £36 Forty Hall, Forty Hill, Enfield, EN2 9HA Saturday 6 January – 10 February 12pm (60mins) £18 Saturday 17 February – 24 March 12pm (60mins) 6 weeks, £18 Trent Park.

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 8 January – 26 March (exc.12 Feb) 6pm (60mins) 11 weeks, £44 Enfield County Upper School, Holly Walk, Enfield, EN2 6QG



ACTIVITIES FOR over 50’s 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 that you wear loose comfortable clothing and lightweight, non-slip shoes. Monday 8 January – 26 March 12.30pm (60mins) 12 weeks, £46.80 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF



Tai Chi in the Park

Casual uncoached session for experienced players. Improves agility, flexibility and balance...heaps of fun. Please bring your own racket.

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!

Monday 8 January – 26 March 12pm (60mins) 12 weeks, £46.80 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF


Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 10.30am (60mins) 12 weeks, £24 Broomfield Park, Aldermans Hill, London, N13 4RB Wednesday 10 January – 28 March, 10.30am (60mins) 12 weeks, £24 Forty Hall, Forty Hill, Enfield, EN2 9HA

Ballroom & Latin Dance

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! Monday 8 January – 26 March 10am (50mins) Monday 8 January – 26 March 11am (50mins) Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 9am (50mins) Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 10am (50mins)

Dance Social Dust off your dancing shoes and Foxtrot your Friday mornings away… A friendly taster Ballroom and Latin Dance class. Friday 1 December Friday 15 December Friday 9 February Friday 23 March 10am (90mins) 1 session £5 Millfield House, Silver Street, London, N18 1PJ

Tuesday 9 January – 27 March 11am (50mins) 12 weeks, £42.60 Friday 12 January – 23 March 9am (50mins) Friday 12 January – 23 March 10am (50mins) Friday 12 January – 23 March 11am (50mins) 11 weeks, £39 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF

Learn how to dance like a pro in the beautiful setting of Millfield House. Casual dress, friendly atmosphere, no partner required! BEGINNERS Friday 5 January – 2 February 10am (60mins) Friday 16 February – 16 March 10am (60mins) 5 weeks, £25 Millfield House, Silver Street, London, N18 1PJ IMPROVERS Friday 5 January – 2 February 11.15am (60mins) Friday 16 February – 16 March 11.15am (60mins) 5 weeks, £25 Millfield House, Silver Street, London, N18 1PJ

Bowls 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 9 January - 27 March 10am (90mins) 12 weeks, £57 David Lloyd, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4LF ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018




WINTER | SPRING SEASON Mediterranean Country Travels Southgate Symphony Orchestra p64 Free Activities for Children p64

Enfield is a hub of cultural and sporting activity with a wide range of independent organisations and individuals organising events across the borough for the enjoyment of the people living and working here. From large-scale events such as the annual Enfield Christmas Parade of Lights and summer’s 51st State Festival to orchestral concerts, independent film screenings, workshops and craft fairs, Enfield is awash with things to do! Enfield Festivals is proud to highlight all the great events taking place in the borough. Many events are volunteer-led and organised by Enfield residents who are passionate about ensuring that Enfield remains a place to visit and enjoy. So open your calendar and make note of these great local events.

Mum2mum Market


R Charity Ball


Gift of Music Childrens Christmas Concert p64 Starfish Christmas party


Ponders End Christmas Festival p65 Enfield Market Christmas Grotto


Heaven Touching Earth


Gilbert & Sullivan Ruddigore


Enfield Chamber Orchestra Concert p66 2 B . There’s no question Southgate Symphony Orchestra p66 Talkies Community Cinema HERE Suburban Film Festival p66 Parade of Lights


Whitewebbs Museum of Transport






Mum2mum Market

R Charity Ball

Saturday 25 November 10am to 12pm

Friday 1 December 7pm

St Stephen’s Church, Park Avenue, EN1 2BA Tickets: £2, Kids go Free

Mediterranean Country Travels - Southgate Symphony Orchestra

Saturday 25 November 7.30pm

The ultimate Baby and Children’s Nearly New Sale! Buy nearly new baby and children’s clothes, used toys and baby equipment at bargain prices, direct from the previous owner at our live events all over the UK.

Southgate (The Bourne) Methodist Church, The Bourne, Southgate, London, N14 6RS.

Regency Banqueting Suite, 113 Bruce Grove, London N17 6UR Tickets: £60 p/p £550 Per Table (10 people) You are cordially invited to attend ‘R Charity Ball’ in Aid of North London Hospice & ‘Tiana’s Brighter Future Fund’ at Great Ormond Street. What’s Included? Bubbly Reception, 4 Course Meal, Soft Drinks, Charity Auction, Entertainment and Party. This is a black tie event. Email to purchase your ticket!

Tickets: Adults £14, Cons £12, Children £5 (Ticket includes programme and interval refreshments) Sit back, relax and enjoy a live orchestral concert featuring an overture and 2 symphonies. Rossini: Overture ‘The Italian Girl in Algiers’, Rawsthorne: Symphony No. 2 ‘Pastoral‘, Berlioz: ‘Harold in Italy’. Viola: Nicholas Kohn, Conductor: Adrian Brown

Gift of Music Children’s Christmas Concert Presented by The Nightingale Keep up to date all the latest news and events at

Free Activities for Schools and Pre-School Children Every Thursday 9am - 4pm Enfield Market, Market Place, Church Street, Enfield EN2 6NL Tickets: FREE Every Thursday, Enfield Market hosts free pre-school children’s entertainment; everything from book reading, colouring, creative crafts to seasonal events. They also encourage schools to come along to learn about the history of their local market through a series of worksheets and activities. Keep up to date: Facebook - Enfield Market Twitter - @EnfieldMarket



Friday 1 December 7pm Enfield Baptist Church, Cecil Road, Enfield, EN2 6TG Tickets: Adults £10, Children £6 Come and see our choirs from the schools of Enfield perform festive songs and have a sing along at the end too. There will be a raffle, and refreshments will be available for a small donation too. All proceeds will go to The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre. More info and to buy tickets call 0208 366 9674 or visit

Starfish Christmas Party Saturday 9 December 8pm - 1am 92 Aldermans Hill, Palmers Green, N13 4PP

Ponders End Christmas Festival

Tickets: £10 per person at the door. Enjoy a 10 piece Band playing funk and soul all night while you dance the night away. Advanced booking recommended to avoid disappointment, advance tickets available from the shop.

Saturday 9 December 12 NOON - 5pm The QUBE, High Street Ponders End

Tickets: Free Entry The Ponders End Community Development Trust will be holding their annual Christmas Festival. The event kicks off at 12noon. Festive fun for all the family. There will be a Merry go Round, Mr and Mrs Christmas, children’s activities, Tombola, food music, gift stalls and more. Come along and join the fun!

Enfield Market Christmas Grotto Thursday 14 - Saturday 16 December 11am - 2pm Thursday 21 - Saturday 23 December 11am - 2pm Enfield Market Place, Church St, Enfield, EN2 6NL

Tickets: £1 (on the door) Meet Santa and his Elves in Enfield Market’s Christmas Grotto. Bring along your letter to Santa and send it to the North Pole with our special reindeer postal service. Take a seat in Santa’s sleigh to discuss your wish list and receive a present... the perfect photo opportunity! Free Festive Santa letters can be picked up from Enfield Market on Saturdays throughout December. This Community event is brought to Enfield Market by the Old Enfield Charitable Trust. Santa’s Grotto visit only £1 and every child receives a present

Heaven Touching Earth A Concert of Sacred Classics Presented by Adoramus Saturday 3 February 2018 7.30pm Latymer School, Hazelbury Road, Edmonton, N9 9TN

Tickets: Adult £18, Children (under 16) £10 Adoramus Choir and Orchestra, Conductor David Hooke present ‘Heaven Touching Earth’ a programme of sacred classics including: ‘The Heavens are Telling’ Haydn, ‘Panis Angelicus’ Frank, ‘Ave Verum’ Elgar, ‘Radetsky March’ Johann Strauss Snr, ‘Vltava’ Smetana and other well-known items by Schubert, Mozart and J.S. Bach. Adoramus is a Christian choir based at Cockfosters giving concerts in London and the South East, frequently to sell out audiences.



Enfield Chamber Orchestra Concert

Ruddigore by Gilbert & Sullivan

Saturday 10 March 7.30 pm

Saturday 21 April 7.30pm

Enfield Baptist Church, Cecil Road, Enfield, EN2 6TG

St. Paul’s Church, Church Hill, Winchmore Hill, London, N21 1JA

Presented by Southgate Opera

Tickets: £12, Concs £10, Children under 16 free

Wednesday 7 Saturday 10 February 7.30pm, plus 2.30pm matinee on 10th

Concert will include the winner of the Enfield Young Musicians’ concerto audition, sponsored by Enfield Music Service. Details will be on our website when known.

Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar, Herts EN6 2HN

For more information or to buy tickets call 020 8360 4980 or visit our website www.

Tickets: £17 - £19, Under 18s £10 Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta Ruddigore is a story of secret identities, evil baronets, ghosts, betrayal, insanity, professional bridesmaids and jilted lovers. The usual G&S humour supplies many laughs along the way and, of course, there is a happy ending. Well-known songs include: ‘When the Night Wind Howls’, ‘If Somebody there Chanced to Be’ and ‘When the Buds are Blossoming’. For more information or to buy tickets call 01707 645005 or


2 B. There’s No Question Southgate Symphony Orchestra

Tickets: £14, Concs £12, Children £5 A live orchestral concert of music by two of classical music’s 3 Bs, performed by Southgate Symphony Orchestra under conductor Adrian Brown. The concert features Michael Foyle performing Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with us. We are also performing Brahms Serenade. For more information or to buy tickets call 07092 879 097 or visit


The annual HERE Suburban Film Festival from Talkies Community Cinema returns in March and April 2018 at various venues in North London. You can see films about gamblers, mods, burlesque and rock and roll, all with links to the local area. Many are created by internationally recognised film makers and the festival also spotlights young talent commissioned by Talkies to make short films in the Enfield area. Keep an eye out for details about the programme.


Parade of Lights Enfield Town

Sunday 3 December from 12 NOON

Join us for this year’s Parade of Lights. You can expect lots of fun, activities and

festive treats for the whole family including a food court, charity stalls and live entertainment in the Market Place. 12 noon – 6pm Food Court, Charity Stalls & Entertainment in the Market Place 12 noon – 3pm Display by Whitewebbs Motor Museum in the Market Place 3.30pm – 6pm Live Band in the Market Place 4pm Parade of Lights, starting and ending at the Civic Centre via Baker Street, Lancaster Road, Chase Side, Church Street and Silver Street. 5.30pm (Approx.) Carol Singing with North London Brass Band, Tree Lighting by the Mayor followed by Fireworks in the Market Place.

Whitewebbs Museum of Transport Whitewebbs Road, Enfield, EN2 9HW

Sunday 7 January, 9am – 2pm

Tickets: Adults £5, Accompanied Children under 13 free Purchase tickets on the gate on arrival

New Year Autojumble

For more info call 020 8367 1898 Whitewebbs is a great museum in the heart of Enfield, with popular events and many special vehicles in the museum’s collection. They are also open Tuesday and last Sunday in the month between 10am - 4pm. Join them at an event.

Sunday 25 February, 10am – 4pm

Open Day with a visit from Rover Sports Register Sunday 25 March, 10am – 4pm

Open Day with a visit from Jaguar Drivers Club Sunday 29 April, 10am – 4pm





Chicken Shed

Inclusive Theatre Company based in a purpose - built venue in North London. • Theatre for all ages • Successful outreach projects • Education courses To book tickets visit: or call 020 8292 9222


Community Choir

Saturday Shed

Wednesday 22 Nov – Saturday 6 Jan Various times

Every Wednesday 17 Jan – 17 Feb

Every Saturday 20 Jan – 10 March

Tickets: £10 - £22.50 Rapunzel, as you’ve never seen her before! Chickenshed is delighted to present Rapunzel in a new and exciting version of the well-loved fairy tale. Dark, romantic and life-affirming, this will be a dramatic re-telling of a story you thought you knew! Magical, musical and mysterious, Chickenshed’s Rapunzel will dazzle and delight children and adults alike. Ages 5+

(excluding 7 Feb)

6:30pm Tickets: £7.50 per session An on-going series of vocal sessions at which you can develop your singing skills as part of an ensemble. During the workshop 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. Ages 21+

Ages: 5 - 8 yrs 10am, Ages: 9 - 12 yrs 11.15am Tickets: £6 per session These fantastic performance workshops, involving movement, drama, singing and story-making, are led by our highly experienced enthusiastic staff. Through energy and creativity, and as a part of our unique inclusive environment, participants build confidence, make new friends, and belong to something really special.

Tales from the Shed Friday 19 January – 17 February, Fridays: 11.30am, Saturday: 10am & 11.30am, Plus Half Term: 15th 16th 17th Tickets: £6 (free for babies under 6 months) Tales from the Shed are vibrant, interactive theatre shows that are perfect for young children. They are informal, lively and amazingly engaging as the performers and audience share the same space - children are always encouraged to make a lot of noise and to make the story happen. We guarantee that every show will be fun, really silly and that there will be plenty of colourful puppets and live songs. Every week we present different stories featuring the same much loved characters – from Can-Can the beautiful bird to laid back Lion Down and The Thing That Goes Blurgh! ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018


Finding event spaces FOR HIRE in Enfield

Enfield Presents has Halls, Venues and Rooms for hire. From product launches, conferences and trade fairs, to weddings, corporate receptions, rehearsal spaces and black tie parties! Venue booking made easy. You can find all the spaces you need at

Millfield Theatre | Millfield House | Dugdale | Forty Hall Green Towers | Salisbury House

Booking or for more information contact or call 020 8887 7333 | 020 8887 7329

Millfield House

Millfield Theatre & BAR

Surrounded by beautiful grounds Millfield House is a listed Georgian Mansion offering a number of flexible spaces capable of meeting a wide range of needs at very competitive prices. With 6 unique and beautiful rooms ranging from 6 to 50 persons capacity it is perfect for a business meeting, training, dance classes or weekly group hire.

A beautiful 362 seat proscenium style theatre with an air conditioned auditorium, professional technical support and box office services. There is also a large licensed Bar with Millfield House, Silver Str. catering facilities. N18 1PJ The theatre can be set out in a variety of ways from cabaret-style to raked seating depending on the show. Extremely popular with local dance schools, production companies & corporate events. The theatre can provide all you need for a truly successful event! Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton N18 1PJ 70


Dugdale Theatre and conference rooms

In the heart of Enfield Town, the Dugdale is a bustling arts centre. The Dugdale Theatre flexible black box space with an air conditioned auditorium, large Wine Bar and the latest technical facilities. With a capacity of up to 139 in Theatre Style and 100 in flat floor Cabaret Style. The conference rooms are ideal for a business meeting, training, rehearsal or weekly group hire with the capacity of 25 -120 persons. Offering wide range of Audio Visual, performance and conferencing equipment, plus catering options. Dugdale, 39 London Road, London, Enfield EN2 6DS

Forty Hall

Perfect for your event, our flexible venues are within easy reach of central London. Ideal for wedding and parties, corporate hospitality or collaborative location hire. Forty Hall Estate has it all. A Grade 1 listed historic building that boasts exquisite architecture set within inspirational views. The Hall has a number of rooms available to hire for ideal for presentations, breakfast meetings, seminars, workshops and product launches. Both the Hall and the Grounds are available for a film set, TV show, corporate advert or high fashion photography.

Green Towers

Green Towers is a modern, accessible and multi-purpose Community Centre. There are 3 different sized spaces available ranging from 10 - 150 persons capacity. Known for very competitive prices, Green Towers come fully equipment for presentations and training including Wi-Fi. It is ideal for; charity events, Children’s parties, networking events, business and community meetings. Green Towers, 7 Plevna Road N9 0BU

Forty Halll Estate, Forty Hill, Enfield EN2 9HA

Salisbury House

Are you planning a new community, art class or project, or would like a beautiful space for your meeting or away day? Salisbury House is a Grade II* listed Tudor Manor House consisting of three unique and characterful rooms. Salisbury House, Bury Str W, N9 9LA ENFIELD PRESENTS WINTER 2017 | SPRING 2018




Queen of the Night Saturday 10 March 7.45pm AT MILLFIELD THEATRE

Winter Spring Brochure 2018  

Welcome to your Guide to What's On in Enfield! Enjoy browsing the amazing events from December through to April. We look forward to seeing...

Winter Spring Brochure 2018  

Welcome to your Guide to What's On in Enfield! Enjoy browsing the amazing events from December through to April. We look forward to seeing...