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From the razzle and dazzle of Viva La Drag to the fast paced farce See How They Run, there are welcome returns from comedy stars Laurence Clark and Stephen K Amos, and music for all tastes, from Davey Arthur to Millfield regular’s The Blues Band and not forgetting our monthly world Jazz club Ziggy’s. Black History Month is packed full of great shows, including the first performance at Millfield Theatre of Ballet Black and the return of Janet Kay by popular demand in a great evening of Lover’s Rock. For our young audiences we present How to Catch a Star and The Snail and the Whale at Millfield Theatre , whilst at the Dugdale Centre we set sail on the Golden Anchor for our brand new Children’s show The Pirate Squad. Join us for our annual pantomime Dick Whittington, packed with audience participation, comedy, song, dance with a dash of glamour and glitz, a perfect accompaniment to your festive celebrations!

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Photographer: David Jackson

Cover image - Dick Whittington See page 39

So book your tickets as the curtain rises on what is probably one of our busiest season’s ever!

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Da Mans Dem - Love, Sax LORE Tuesday 10 September and All That Jazz 7.30pm Chapter 1 - Saturday 7 SEPT 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre Chapter 2 - Sunday 8 Sept 7.30pm

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Da Mans Dem are back on tour with their sequel to the hit comedy play Love Sax and all that Jazz. Written by UK poet and playwright Alan Charles, Da Mans takes an informative and humorous look at men and relationships. Exploring those age old questions; What do men want? What do women need? Why do men cheat? And what defines a man? Da Mans Dem is an edutaining, hard-hitting and straight-talking play which is not afraid to address the issues leaving audiences empowered, challenged and inspired. Get ready for another explosion of humour in this production that will inform, uplift and edutain. Chapter One - Da Girls were explosive. Chapter Two - Da Mans Dem will get their say.




Left to fend for themselves after their SS officer father and mother, a staunch Nazi believer, are interred by the victorious Allies at the end of World War II, five German children undertake a harrowing journey that exposes them to the reality and consequences of their parents’ actions. Led by the eldest sibling, 14 year old Lore, they set out on a harrowing journey across a devastated country to reach their grandmother in the north. Lush cinematography and an evocative, haunting mood infuse this unconventional take on the Holocaust legacy with unforgettable impact. (2012) Dir. Cate Shortland Cert 15 1 hr. 48 min.

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Sunday Edition

Sunday 15 SEPTEMBER 7PM X POETRY & JAZZ At Dugdale Centre An evening of jazz poetry hosted by Allen Ashley and Sarah Doyle. Featuring top London jazz band, SPECIAL EDITION plus two special guests: DANIELLE HOPE’s poetry explores imaginative,

THE ELVIS YEARS 1954 -1977

Thursday 12 - Friday 13 September 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre This is as close as you can get to the King.

‘The Best Elvis Performer in the World’, Mario is returning to the Millfield stage in a brand new show The Elvis Years, capturing the musical life and career of a legend and featuring over 40 Elvis favourites. It is the ultimate ‘Elvis’ musical experience, performed by a cast of huge talent fronted by the incredible Mario Kombou. Over thirty years since Elvis died and an incredible fifty-seven since his Heartbreak Hotel became his debut number one single, the magic, allure and legend of Elvis Presley is still as strong as ever.

social, natural and personal worlds and is both serious and comic. She has published four books of poetry, founded and edited Zenos, a magazine of British and International Poetry and is editorial advisor for the Literary Magazine, Acumen. The warmth and humanity of ABE GIBSON’s poetry, combined with his engaging performance style, has made him a very popular guest on the London poetry scene. He is a former winner of The Voice newspaper’s Poet of the Year Award, and has published a collection of poetry, Violently Tender.

Open mic spots available on the night.


and don’t forget the Enfield Poets The Enfield Poets’ monthly readings are on Saturday evenings from 7.30pm - 10pm. Events include ‘Poets from the Floor’, where audience members are able to read their own poem. Hosted by Valerie Darville and Anthony Fisher.

X September 7th – Angela Stone An award winning poet who lives in Penzance, her poems reflect her interests in mythology and symbols and the Cornish landscape.

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X October 5th – John Hegley

Many of John Hegley’s witty poems revolve around common themes such as spectacles, dogs and his relationship with his father.

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An Evening With

Davey Arthur and Friends


Thursday 19 September 8pm X at Dugdale Centre

Thursday 19 September 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre


Celebrated psychic medium Tracy ‘TJ’ Higgs delivers messages of love and comfort. Be stunned by the breathtaking accuracy and compassion as she conducts an evening of communication.

Following sell-out performances at the Dugdale Centre in 2012 Davey returns for a special evening of traditional Celtic music and song. Against a backdrop of the evocative sounds of the mando-cello, mandolin and of course his live performances on Tenor Banjo, Davey will be doing what he does best. A member of the iconic Irish group the Fureys, Davey has warmth, charm and a delightful sense of humour and is renowned as a great raconteur with that Irish gift for storytelling, he will ensure you have an entertaining evening of traditional Irish folk.


Psychic medium, author and lecturer TJ Higgs brings a fresh, exciting new approach to understanding spirituality and mediumship, with her unique gift to help explore the sometimes sensitive subject of contacting loved ones who have passed to the spirit world. Tracy was a psychic expert on ITV3’s ‘The Xtra Factor’ where she correctly predicted the final four contestants in correct order.

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Laurence Clark - Inspired

They Came With Outer Script

Friday 20 September 8pm X at Dugdale Centre

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Find out why Laurence - star of BBC1’s documentary We Won’t Drop The Baby - hates being called ‘inspirational’. From mountain climbing to Doctor Who, via the Swedish chef from The Muppets, this inimitable comedian sorts out once and for all what’s truly inspiring.

Direct from their sell out show at the Edinburgh Festival (it was a long walk!), these movie mad lively lot present an evening of improvised fun and games. No two shows are ever the same.

‘Darkly funny’ Daily Telegraph Expect absurd logic, death defying stunts and unusual varieties of crisps. So, if you’re sceptical when told to climb every mountain, reach for the skies and follow your dreams, then this is definitely the show for you! Laurence has been awarded Britain’s Funniest New Comedian (Shortlist Magazine) and runner up in the Amused Moose Laughter Awards at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Featuring all manner of weird and wonderful creations from your suggestions, evil doctors, robotic penguins, terrifying vampires and some ‘classic’ movie moments create a truly hilarious evening of entertainment. The press said:

‘Steven Spielberg should take notes’. ‘Full of amusing giggles, ridiculous guffaws and the occasional belly laugh’.

‘intelligent and incredibly mischievous’ HHHH Metro

We say: Come and see for yourself.

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C’mon Everybody

Saturday 21 September 7.45pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Fag Ends & Families

Saturday 21 September 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre Paul, a troubled man of middle-age, reflects on his life from childhood, his parents’ strange marriage and his father’s coming out, through to his own failed relationships. His story is funny, touching, wryly observed and very moving.

‘heart-wrenching... charming, moving and wry’ HHHH Time Out Simon Egerton delights with his wit, his songs and stories - funny and poignant. A family remembered from a time when cigarette smoke still clouded everything! This humorous solo music theatre show was a big hit at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


This great night out returns to Millfield Theatre by popular demand. All the greatest musical stars of the 50s & 60s come amazingly alive in this spectacular, action-packed, non-stop, live, rockin’ show. Re-live the hits of Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Connie Francis, Duane Eddy, Bill Haley and more. Ride the nostalgic road back to the great era of rock ‘n’ roll and enjoy top class tributes performed from the heart by high quality musicians, including the legendary Chris Fender Black.

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Spin Cycle

j MILLFIELD OUT AND ABOUT Spin to win the ultimate luxury lifestyle in a daring musical on the move. Will you be the next contestant? Play the game….. Acclaimed UK Street Theatre company Emergency Exit Arts bring this outdoor musical fantasy fable to Enfield as part of a major tour of Outer London Check Millfield’s website for details of where and when this exciting event will take place and don’t miss out on the opportunity to see this outstanding work. Duration 1hr


LDN Wrestling Live

Sunday 22 September Doors 2.30pm, Bell time 3pm Q at Millfield Theatre King of the ring 8 man contest The exuberant stars of LDN Wrestling are coming back to Millfield for more action packed drama! A huge survivor series show, where the main event will see 8 men battle it out for king of the ring supremacy. Boo the bad guys and cheer your favourites, as you get up close and personal with the rip-roaring action. The fastest paced, non-stop wrestling encounter ever seen on these shores. Pirate Paul Malen will lead a 4 wrestlers team taking on Team Travis! Post show you will also get the chance to meet the stars and even grab yourself a souvenir or two!

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The Vagina Monologues

Tuesday 24 September 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

‘Laugh out loud FUNNY’ The Independent


Eve Ensler’s hilarious Broadway and West End smash hit is back with an all new all star cast! Featuring the feisty Hollie-Jay Bowes (Hollyoaks), TV favourite Terri Dwyer (Hollyoaks, Grange Hill, Loose Women) and national treasure Diane Keen (Doctors, Ruth Rendell Mysteries). An unmissable show for every generation - bring your mum, your best friend, your sister or even your gran - this is the ultimate girls’ night out… trust us!

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Tuesday 24 - Saturday 28 September 7.30pm + THURS 26 Matinee 2:30pm X at Dugdale Centre Wonderful fun and mayhem for the whole family.

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A hysterical romp through rural England in wartime, where we meet a bishop, an actress, a maid, a group of vicars and even an escaped German-all caught up in ridiculous misunderstandings and unexpected problems with missing clothes! The vicarage at Merton-cum-Middlewick is soon in chaos when the vicar’s new wife, ex-actress Penelope Toop, bumps into her old co-star and the local busybody sees them rehearse a lover’s tiff. The situation becomes more and more confused by the arrival of the bishop, more vicars and the German prisoner...

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An Evening With

Paul Daniels

Thursday 26 September 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre THE FIRST FAREWELL TOUR. FROM LEGEND TO LEG END! One of the UK’s favourite entertainers, Paul Daniels, will be packing up his box of tricks for what could be the very last time this Autumn… well, one of the very many last times, we hope… in a magically mammoth national ‘first farewell’ tour. From the moment he burst onto our screens, Paul’s magic shows have topped the ratings and he undoubtedly became the most successful TV magician of the 20th century, a true magical legend. Paul brings his brand new show, full of his old favourite magic tricks and a number of new tricks never performed in public before. Joined by the very lovely Debbie McGee, From Legend to Leg End will no doubt be enchanted evening of incredible illusion, comedy and amazement. Because… that’s magic!

‘A master class in illusion and stagecraft’ HHHH The Herald


A Night of Dirty Dancing

Friday 27 September 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Dirty Dancing boasted the greatest movie soundtrack of all time. She’s Like the Wind, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Hey Baby, Wipeout, Do You Love Me, Be My Baby, Hungry Eyes and, of course, the Oscarwinning (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life. The sexiest song and dance sensation of 2013, presented by an all-star cast. The whole world loves Dirty Dancing, it’s the ultimate coming of age romance. Take a trip back to the summer of ’63 as all the hits are superbly performed in this fast-moving, slickly-choreographed theatrical treat.- just don’t try the lift!

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Ziggy’s World Jazz Club featuring Joe Stilgoe Trio

The Snail and the Whale

SATURDAY 28 September 1.30pm SUNDAY 29 September 10am & 1.30pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Sunday 29 September 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre

Songs at the piano don’t get much sharper than this... HHHHH The Observer

This latest exciting collaboration with Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, created in Tall Stories’ unique style, The Snail and the Whale combines physical storytelling, live music and lots of laughs.

‘How I long to sail,’ said the tiny snail… A tiny snail longs to see the world, so she hitches a lift on the tail of a huge humpback whale. Together they go on an amazing journey, experiencing sharks and penguins, icebergs and volcanoes. The little snail is amazed by it all, but starts feeling very small in the vastness of the world… Then disaster strikes - the whale becomes beached in a bay… Can the tiny snail save the day?

Stilgoe is that rare performer in the world of jazz - a complete entertainer. A wonderfully accomplished pianist and singer, he also writes songs that are highly original, often with the kind of witty, quirky lyrics you might expect from the son of Richard. As if that’s not enough, he also has a great stage presence and warm sense of humour. Stilgoe has an appeal that crosses boundaries and more than a hint of the star about him. Featuring Geoff Gascoyne Bass, Steve Taylor Drums

Age suitability 4+ Running time 45 mins

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Ballet black Wednesday 2 October 7.30pm

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Cassa Pancho’s award-winning company celebrates hugely talented black and Asian dancers from around the world. The company has garnered huge success and a substantial following since it was founded in 2001. Recent accolades include a Critics’ Circle National Dance Award for Best Independent Company in 2012. Ballet Black is an associate company of the Royal Opera House.

For their Millfield debut the company presents new work by Ludovic Ondiviela, First Artist of The Royal Ballet; Robert Binet, who has created work on the National Ballet of Canada and The Royal Ballet; and groundbreaking dance maker Javier de Frutos. British choreographer Christopher Marney has created Ballet Black’s newest narrative ballet War Letters – an exploration of relationships during World War II. The loneliness of women left behind and a soldier’s turmoil are set against the thrill of London dance halls and the resilience of those who lived through the Blitz.

‘Fluent, fluid and bringing colour to the ballet scene’

Photography: Bill Cooper


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Rat Pack

London Community Gospel Choir

Thursday 3 October 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Friday 4 October 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

During their 50s and 60s heyday they were the definition of cool. The Rat Pack combined big band swing with charisma, panache and swagger. The show’s Dean played Dino in the West End, Sammy starred at the New York’s Rainbow Rooms and Frank gained rave reviews in the West End. Featuring all the patter and razzamatazz of the Rat Pack’s infamous live stage show.

Don’t miss out on a night of enriching, inspirational, soul edifying gospel music as LCGC take us through their 30 year journey with momentous songs and narrative from our favourite UK premier gospel choir.

‘Capture’s perfectly Sinatra’s string pulling menace.’ Michael Billington, The Guardian

Their concerts are full of songs and spirituals that will soothe the mind, heal the spirit, uplift the soul and cheer your heart. This concert will be no exception as they perform some of the greatest gospel songs ever including Oh Happy Day, His Eye is on the Sparrow, Hallelujah and Amazing Grace.

‘Rousing gospel hymns, spirituals and funky, even rocky, arrangements of old favourites.’ London’s Jazz Cafe

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The Manfreds

Stephen K Amos

Saturday 5 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

Tuesday 8 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

The Manfreds, with original ‘front man’ Paul Jones, return to Millfield with many of the tracks from the highly acclaimed album The Five Faces Of Manfred Mann.

Stephen K Amos is The Spokesman.

Paul Jones, with his award winning harmonica sound, will be joined by Mike Hugg on keyboards, Tom McGuinness on lead guitar, Rob Townsend on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass guitar and Simon Currie on saxophone/flute. They’ll also be performing some of their biggest hits including 5-4-3-2-1, Do Wah Diddy, Sha La La, Mighty Quinn and Pretty Flamingo. Set to be an evening of musical delight, this is one to look out for!

Back by popular demand - The maestro of feelgood comedy and star of television and radio, Stephen is back with his new stand-up show after a sell-out season at the Edinburgh Festival. Expect an evening of fun, warmth, big laughs and audience interaction from the master of feel-good comedy.

‘If laughter is the best medicine, then Amos should be prescribed by the NHS for his formidable healing powers.’ London Evening Standard 16+ age restriction


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Tuesday 8 October 7PM Wed 9 & Thu 10 10.30AM + 1.30PM Friday 11 October 7PM X at Dugdale Centre Using street dance and street language, we follow 4 young people whose lives overlap due to complicated situations and risky decisions. D.P.M.O explores and exposes how social communication effects lives in both positive and negative ways. Facebook, BBM, Twitter, and text messaging are common life tools to all young people but used wrongly could also be as fatal as a knife... Platinum Elements perform an exciting piece of urban art as they look at the world through the eyes of the next generation. Created by young people, for young people.

‘Yesterday is history, tomorrow is the future, today we can make a change’

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BLAKE Wednesday 9 October 8pm

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‘Divine voices from some very handsome men’ Shirley Bassey

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Thursday 10 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre Raw powerhouse vocals, pumped out with a driving backbeat. The Upbeat Beatles re-create the excitement, high energy and authentic sound of the original Fab Four.

‘A trio of unsurpassed musical brilliance’ Sir Terry Wogan Brit-Award-winners BLAKE make their debut performance at Millfield Theatre after returning from recent tours to America, Asia and Europe. Their unique harmony versions of rock, pop, musical and classical anthems, mixed with hilarious on-stage banter, make for an eclectic and mesmerising 2 hour show that amazes with its variety and class. Featuring songs as diverse as With or Without You, Bring Him Home and Nessun Dorma, prepare to laugh, cry and be enchanted by Britain’s best loved harmony group.

This show will have you screaming like you did in ‘63! With songs that changed a generation, from the depths of Liverpool’s Cavern Club, to the roof top of the Apple building, the Upbeat Beatles will create the story of The Beatles through their songs. The fab-est four around today, there isn’t a band to touch them. No gadgets - just 3 amps and drums. They’re the nearest you’ll ever get to the real thing!

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Thursday 10 October 7.30PM X at Dugdale Centre

Lady Sings The Blues



In 1944 fascist Spain, a girl, fascinated with fairy-tales, is sent along with her pregnant mother to live with her new stepfather, a ruthless captain of the Spanish army. During the night, she meets a fairy who takes her to an old faun in the center of the labyrinth. He tells her she’s a princess, but must prove her royalty by surviving three gruesome tasks. If she fails, she will never prove herself to be the true princess and will never see her real father, the king, again. (2006) Dir. Guillermo del Toro Cert 15 1hr 55mins


Friday 11 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

Lady Sings The Blues, is a celebration of the music of Billie Holiday, one of the greatest jazz voices of all time. Featuring seven of the UK’s finest jazz musicians who have amassed between them a staggering 37 British Jazz Awards. They join a remarkable singer, current winner of The British Jazz Awards Best Vocalist, Val Wiseman. This remarkable group of musicians perform with such style and vitality, that you might almost think you were there; New York City, November 1933. When it all began... Digby Fairweather - trumpet Alan Barnes - tenor sax & clarinet Roy Williams - trombone Brian Dee - piano Pat McCarthy - guitar Len Skeat - double bass Bobby Worth - drums


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Celtic Dream

Saturday 12 October 3pm & 7.30pm Q at Millfield Theatre Possibly the biggest & best party on the planet... ever!

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Fresh from the shores of the Emerald Isle, the sensational Celtic Dream will be appearing live on stage at Millfield Theatre. Packed with glittering costumes and thrilling movements, choreographed by leading dancers Kevin Murray and Jenny Bailey, Celtic Dream evokes the traditional feel of ancient Ireland combined with modern songs and popular Irish ballads including Danny Boy, Galway Girl and The Irish Rover. Led by the three Dream Tenors with dancing and singing worthy of the company of Riverdance. Celtic Dream is the ultimate Irish experience with more than a touch of the old Irish ‘Craic.

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Hotsteppers Dance School

Saturday 12 October 7pm X at Dugdale Centre Shine Bright

Watch the Hotsteppers Shine as they take the stage for their annual show. An explosive mix of dance and music, it promises to be an entertaining evening.


All Star music Awards - Final

SUNDAY 13 October 7pm Q at Millfield Theatre LGR Music Awards Semi-final will be held at the Dugdale Centre on Saturday 14 September at 7pm. TICKETS £11.50|£7.50 concs ONLINE £10.50|£6.50 concs Millfield Theatre hosts the Grand Final of LGR’s exciting talent competition.

David Short Presents

Thoroughly Modern Musicals

Tuesday 15 - Thursday 17 October 7.45PM X at Dugdale Centre

Following their 3 night sell-out performances in May, David Short (performing his 200th show at Millfield and Dugdale) and his cast of Enfield’s most talented performers return to showcase some of the best musicals ever written. A joyous evening of toe tapping, hand clapping, thigh slapping classics such as Grease, Wicked, Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, Les Misérables, We Will Rock You, Rent, Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Book Of Mormon, Moulin Rouge, Hair, Miss Saigon, Witches of Eastwick, Sister Act, Hairspray and many more, so book your tickets now.

Artists have been shortlisted live on air following weeks of judging in the studio by a distinguished panel including LGR’s very own Vasilis Panayis. Watch as the finalists compete for first place and the prize of a recording contract. or email

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Ellamore In Concert

Friday 18 October 7.30PM X at Dugdale Centre

Together, Fay, Penny and Sophie bring a fresh sound, with influences from artists such as The Supremes, Etta James and current singer/songwriters including Bruno Mars, Amy Winehouse and Cee Lo Green. Three beautiful, talented singer songwriters that should have been born in the 60s, with their amazing close harmonies, smooth tones & clever lyrics. Ellamore’s music is vintage pop with 60s retro Motown influences.

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Sunday 20 October 7.30PM X at Dugdale Centre Based on the true-life stories of the two performers, travelling from Harare, Zimbabwe to London’s gritty inner city; from the playfulness of childhood to the pain of adolescence; from the desire for forgiveness to self-acceptance, this humorous yet haunting drama takes a fresh look at what makes us who we are. Age suitability 10+

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An Evening Of Lover’s Rock

Saturday 19 October 8PM Sunday 20 October 7PM Q at Millfield Theatre

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Janet Kay, Carroll Thompson and Victor Romero Evans return to Millfield this autumn. Live on stage, three of the most important influences on the British Black Music scene perform the very best of Lover’s Rock. Featuring timeless Lover’s Rock hits, the trio share their stories of growing up, going out and hitting the dancefloor when the genre first came to be in the 70s. An Evening of Lover’s Rock will have you singing and loving all night long!

The Magic of Motown

Wednesday 23 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

The all-new show for 2013, packed with 36 back-to-back massive Motown hits. Five-star performances authentically revive the style and sophistication of the Temptations, Supremes, Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, Lionel Richie and more. Starring dazzling dance moves, glittering costumes and the incredible Magic of Motown band. Let it fill your heart with joy and laughter, togetherness is what it’s after, just call it’s name...The Magic of Motown will be there.

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Fonazi o Kleftis (The Thief Is Shouting)

WEDNESDAY 23 - SATURDAY 26 October 7.30PM X at Dugdale Centre Everything starts when an honest unemployed guy finds a lost wallet and takes it to his occupant who is a veteran general and director of a big Public company. A crazy political comedy of Greek characters that shows ‘The thief shouts to scare the honest man’.

Jackson Live in Concert

Thursday 24 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

He’s got the look, the moonwalk and the voice. Ben’s portrayal of Michael Jackson in his prime brings the legacy and impact of the King of Pop alive.

Thriller, Beat It and Billie Jean are truly sensational. Jackson Live in Concert features all-live vocals, music, fabulous costumes and of course the signature dance moves associated so fondly with the undisputed King of Pop. Pure MJ!

This play will be performed entirely in Greek.

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Dancing Queen

Friday 25 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre An action-packed party show with all the greatest hits from ABBA, Grease and the biggest hits from the 70s, performed with dazzling showmanship, stunning costumes, dance routines and hilarious banter. If you’re looking for an excuse to party, reminisce or simply be entertained by some of the best music ever written, then Dancing Queen is the show for you. Dust down your platforms, slip into your lycra and sing along with all your favourites including Waterloo, Mamma Mia, Thank You For the Music along with Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’, You’re The One That I Want, Car Wash, YMCA, Boogie Nights and Love Is In The Air.

Martha and Eve

A journey into the Greek BluesRembetika and beyond... SUNDAY 27 October 7.30PM Q at Millfield Theatre Martha and Eve take a celebratory glimpse at the history of some of the legacy left by the Greek Blues -Rembetika. Together with fellow BBC’s (British Born Cypriots) and special guests, this fundraising concert featuring songs from the Rembetika era will show us how this deep rooted music continues to influence so many of today’s songs and artistes.

In aid of the Leukaemia Cancer Society.


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Puppetry Of The Penis

The boys have stretched themselves to the limit for over a ‘dickade’ performing the hilarious Ancient Art of Genital Origami.

Saturday 26 October 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

‘Sold out to the rafters… hysterical, the audience scream and squeal’ THE MAIL ON SUNDAY WARNING: Puppetry of the Penis is a non-sexual show featuring full frontal male nudity.


An unforgettable evening of comic brilliance, this mind-blowing show features two strapping Australians who manipulate their genitals into various shapes, objects and landmarks. A video camera projects intimate details of these incredible phenomena onto a large screen ensuring that little can be missed! This new show features firm favourites such as the Hamburger, the Wristwatch and the Windsurfer and is guaranteed to tickle parts you never knew you had! You’re NUTS if you miss it. Age suitability 16+

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Ziggy’s World Jazz Club featuring Julie Dexter

Sunday 27 October 7.30PM X at Dugdale Centre

..listening to Julie Dexter is like falling in love.. A world renowned, award winning, British vocalist considered by many to be one of the most influential female vocalists of our generation. From Jazz to World Music, Soul and beyond, Julie Dexter is one of an elite few whose talent can transcend genres. Don’t miss the experience of Julie Dexter. In the words of her smash single Ketch A Vibe, ‘Don’t let it pass you by…

‘Sensational yet subtle. A singer to die for who creates an urgent need for superlatives yet to be invented.’


Wednesday 30 October 8pm

Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Tom McGuinness, Rob Townsend and Gary Fletcher

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If music matures like fine wine, 1979 was a vintage year. That’s when Paul Jones and Tom McGuinness, from the hugely successful Manfred Mann, returned to their first love, the Blues. They imagined their ‘back to the roots’ project, The Blues Band, would simply earn some beer money. How wrong they were - the public were ready and waiting. Talent goes to talent. Into the ranks came slide guitar ace and superb vocalist Dave Kelly, legendary ex-John Mayall drummer Hughie Flint, (replaced in 1982 by the renowned Rob Townsend of Family), with solid bass provided by Gary Fletcher. The Blues Band’s new studio album, Few Short Lines amply demonstrates the veneration of their peers.

Paul Cole, Echoes, England

Quite simply the best Rhythm and Blues band in ... the world!


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Marc Spelmann

The Pirate Squad

and the search for Mermaid’s Lagoon Friday 1 NOV 11am, 1.30pm & 3.30pm Sat 2 nov 11am, *1.30pm & 3.30pm X at Dugdale Centre

Halloween Show Thursday 31 October 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre Mind reader and alternative magician Marc Spelmann presents a night devoted to the paranormal. Regardless of what you believe this show will answer some questions and leave you speechless with others. As an expert in the paranormal, magic, illusion and mind reading Spelmann will take you on a journey not to be forgotten. Following his sell out show at The Dugdale Centre, this night will be just as amazing.

‘Brilliant’ Sarah Donaldson - The Evening Standard

‘Phenomenal’ John Tennant - The Express

With a heave ho and the skull & crossbones flying, join Captain Sid the Kidd and his squad on their first adventure to find the treasure hidden at Mermaid’s Lagoon. Will Claudine the ship’s cook ever make her prize winning stew beef, rice & peas for the Squad? Will Joe the cabin boy ever be promoted to Bosun? Will the squad find the treasure before Lord Walter of the Admiralty? Packed with audience participation, puppetry, song and dance climb aboard the Golden Anchor as we set sail across the Atlantic Ocean for Butterfly Island. Written & Directed by Marc Day Music & Lyrics by Chris Burgess Running Time: 50 mins Age suitability 3+

*Relaxed Performance


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Blunderbus Theatre Company

Secret Love

How To Catch A Star

The Life & Music of Doris Day Friday 1 November 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Saturday 2 November 1pm & 3.30pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Singer and West End actress Claudia Morris explores the life of one of Hollywood’s best loved icons, Doris Day, in this intimate evening of reminiscence. Expect plenty of laughs, a few tears and some surprises in this celebration of Day’s extraordinary music, movies and marriages. Backed by a live band reminiscent of the Crickets in their 50s heyday and guest appearances portraying key characters in Doris Day’s story, Claudia sheds a fascinating new light on the true stories behind such evergreen hits as Que Sera Sera, Sentimental Journey, It’s Magic, Perhaps Perhaps.

The acclaimed children’s theatre company return with a funny, gentle retelling of Oliver Jeffers’ bewitching story. Once there was a boy and the boy loved stars very much… Every night he watched stars from his bedroom window and wished he had one of his own. One day, he decided he would try to catch a star… but first he had to think of a plan. Join a young boy as he goes on an incredible journey, across land, sea and sky in search of a new, starry friend. This clever new show comes to life with an engaging blend of music, puppetry and storytelling - a must-see for both young and grown-up stargazers! Running Time: 55 mins Age suitability 3+

MILLFIELD TICKETS £18.50|£16.50 concs ONLINE £17.50|£15.50 concs

MILLFIELD TICKETS £8|£6 concs ONLINE £7|£5 concs

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Sunday 3 November 2pm & 7pm Q at Millfield Theatre Now with their biggest and most talented cast of dancers, singers and musicians, Essence of Ireland combines breathtaking dance routines with the very best of Irish music, a touch of Irish craic, all cleverly woven into a heart-warming tale.

Anyone Irish or otherwise cannot fail to be mesmerised by this truly amazing show. 5 Star Irish Magic!

MILLFIELD TICKETS £22|£20 concs ONLINE £21|£19 concs

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Wednesday 6 - Saturday 9 November 7.45pm Saturday matinee 2pm X at Dugdale Centre Book by RUPERT HOLMES Music by JOHN KANDER Lyrics by FRED EBB Original Book and Concept by PETER STONE Additional Lyrics by JOHN KANDER and RUPERT HOLMES

An original musical comedy whodunit that mixes the mystery of Agatha Christie with the song and dance of a classic musical. It’s Boston, 1959, and there’s been a murder at the theatre, in this Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society production. But the crack detective assigned to find the killer soon finds himself entangled in a romance - and somehow starring in a musical headed for Broadway.


Friday 8 November 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Forever in Blue Jeans has been entertaining audiences for over a decade with high energy, hit songs and hot dance, all in one great show. Join one of the greatest parties in town, with music from the rock ‘n’ roll 50s, the swinging 60s, the Motown 70s and the Abba 80s. With 8 superb singers, dancers & musicians, the show is eye-catching and heart stopping from beginning to end! Bring the whole family and enjoy one of the liveliest shows around, Forever In Blue Jeans - where the star of the show is the show itself.

From the company that brought you 70 Girls 70, another Kander and Ebb showstopper.

DUGDALE TICKETS £15|£13 concs ONLINE £14|£12 concs

MILLFIELD TICKETS £20|£18 concs ONLINE £19|£17 concs

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Viva La Drag

The Supreme Fabulettes

Saturday 9 November 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre


Two words can describe this trio: supreme and fabulous. Step aside Diana Ross, these girls will dazzle your eyeballs and earballs. So get those strappy shoes on (or leave the heels to these gals) and join the drag revolution. Dressed head to foot in fabulous couture costumes, wearing stunning wigs and death defying high heels, The Supreme Fabulettes turn on the glitz and glamour and storm the stage with sparkling production numbers.

Guys Just Wanna Have Fun.

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GYLES Brandreth

The Conformist

Sunday 10 November 5pm Q at Millfield Theatre

Tuesday 12 November 7.30 X at Dugdale Centre


The Conformist is 1930s Italian Marcello Clerici (Jean-Louis Trintignant), a coward who has spent his life accommodating others so that he can ‘belong’. Marcello agrees to kill a political refugee, on orders from the Fascist government, even though the victim-to-be is his college mentor.

When Gyles Brandreth set out to find the secret of ‘How to be Happy’ he started in Las Vegas and ended up in the psychiatrist’s chair. What he discovered about who gets to be happy and how, plus other useful lessons picked up along the way from Frank Sinatra, Frankie Howerd, and The Queen among others, provide the essence of a unique one-man show that should make you laugh and could change your life. Award-winning raconteur, Just A Minute regular and One Show reporter Gyles has recently appeared on QI, Countdown, The Matt Lucas Awards, Have I Got News For You, Countdown and Desert Island Discs.

‘Incredibly funny, wildly indiscreet.’ Daily Mail




The film is a character study of the kind of person who willingly ‘conforms’ to the ideological fashions of his day. In this case, director Bernardo Bertolucci suggests that Marcello’s desire to conform is rooted in his latent homosexuality. (1970) Dir. Bernardo Bertolucci Cert R 1hr 55mins


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Talon - The Best of Eagles ‘Crisp crackling professionalism all the way’ NEW YORK TIMES

This truly amazing concert has to be seen to be believed. The legendary sounds of The Eagles are faithfully and brilliantly recreated by five extremely talented men collectively known as Talon. With hits such as Hotel California, Lyin’ Eyes, Take It Easy, Take It To The Limit, Desperado, Life In The Fast Lane, The Last Resort to name but a few, they are without a doubt - The Best of Eagles.


‘Talon perform the songs of the Eagles with reverence and super talent.’ JACK TEMPCHIN (Eagles Hit Songwriter)

Wednesday 13 November 8pm Q at Millfield Theatre

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The Magic & Mirth of Tommy Cooper

Wednesday 13 November 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre Experience this wonderful drama exploring the zany, chaotic world of a true comedy legend as Clive Greenaway (magic circle member) takes you on a magical journey through Tommy’s life. Clive will bring the great man to life, ‘just like that’ and perform the hilarious ‘bottle-glass, glass-bottle’ routine as well as other highlights from Tommy’s side-splitting act, such as the incredible mind-reading duck, which has to be seen to be believed.

Female Gothic

Thursday 14 November 8pm Friday 15 November 8pm X at Dugdale Centre In the darkness between life and death, a lone, haunted woman tells chilling tales of the macabre and terrifying. The Victorian fascination with tales of mystery and the supernatural created an enduring legacy of Gothic fiction; but many thrilling and eerie stories from the great female writers of that era have gathered dust and been forgotten. Until now. Adapted and performed by Rebecca Vaughan, (Austen’s Women) Female Gothic is directed by Olivier Award-winner Guy Masterson (Under Milk Wood and Shylock).

‘A performance that holds the audience in the palm of its hand... a near perfect piece of theatre.’ HHHH Scotsman

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Big Band is Back! ENJO Jazz Orchestra

Jack the Ripper -

A 21st Century Investigation

THURSDAY 14 NOVEMBER 8PM Q at Millfield Theatre

Saturday 16 November 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre

ENJO Jazz Orchestra is a stunning 17-piece big band, complete with vocals and a gorgeous string section, performing hit after hit from the classic swing years.

The mystery of the 1888 Whitechapel murders attributed to Jack the Ripper has captivated imaginations for the past 125 years. Retired British police murder squad detective and leading Ripper expert, Trevor Marriott, presents startling results of his investigation that dispel many theories previously accepted as fact.

Hear timeless numbers from the repertoires of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Ted Heath and Benny Goodman; and the songs of Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and more. ENJO Jazz Orchestra features some of the country’s finest new talent. Big Band is Back and we’re the next big swing thing!

In this fascinating show, which features original crime scene images from 1888, Trevor describes his lengthy investigation and discloses the startling new results. WARNING: Some people may find these photographs disturbing, however adequate notice is given during the show to avoid anyone becoming upset or distressed.

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DUGDALE TICKETS £15|£13 concs ONLINE £14|£12 concs

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MAGGIE BUTT’s poetry is published internationally and performed on radio. Her books include; Quintana Roo, 2003 (Acumen Publications); Lipstick, 2007 (Greenwich Exchange); Petite, (Hearing Eye); Ally Pally Prison Camp, 2011 (Oversteps Books) and most recently, Sancti Clandestini - Undercover Saints, 2012 (Ward-Wood Publishing).

Sunday Edition

Sunday 17 November 7pm X at Dugdale Centre

DOROTHY LEHANE’s poetry has been

Open mic spots available on the night.

published in magazines such as Poetry News, The Rialto, South Bank Poetry Magazine, Ambit and The Interpreter’s House. She works with musicians Richard Navarro and Nicholas Thurston to explore new and innovative ways of presenting her poetry in performance. Dorothy is currently curating the Poetry Meets Biomedical Science Project.

Featuring top London jazz band, SPECIAL EDITION plus two, special guests:


An evening of jazz poetry hosted by Allen Ashley and Sarah Doyle.

FITNESS VIBE - BURN THE FLOOR for CHILDREN IN NEED SUNDAY 17 NOVEMBER 12 noon - 6pm Q at Millfield Theatre ... an epic event that will be etched in our memories for life. All in aid of Children in Need, Fitness Vibe will be hosting a gigantic fundraising event. We have several special guest performances and there will be something for everyone. Even though last year was a SELL OUT it will be even bigger and better than last year and we hope to exceed the amount raised with phenomenal raffle prizes and exclusive giveaways from our sponsors. We have a day full of exciting performances as well as a numerous amount of all your favourite dance and fitness sessions including Zumba, Bokwa, Belly Dance, Street Dance, Soca Jam and much more!!!

Pre-event ticket prices:

Adults £10.00, Children £5.00

Family £25.00 (2 adults, 2 children)

On the night ticket prices:

Adults £15.00 Children £7.50 Family £37.50 (2 adults, 2 children)

Please note: The family ticket option is not available on the website. You have to select the x2 adults x2 children option and the reduction will appear at checkout stage.

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Wednesday 20 - SATURDAY 30 Nov VARIOUS X at Dugdale Centre Winner of the TONY® ‘Triple Crown’ for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book, Avenue Q is a laugh-out-loud musical following recent College graduate, Princeton as he searches for his Purpose. Meet all the other extravagant residents who live way out on New York’s Avenue Q. Not for children (or the easily offended!). Come and discover what the Internet is really for, and if everyone really is a little bit racist! Avenue Q marks the debut for TNT Productions at the Dugdale Centre and the performance is by agreement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.

Ziggy’s World Jazz Club featuring Ian Shaw with

Steve Taylor Big Band eXpLoSiOn Sunday 1 December 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre One of Britain’s most inventive jazz vocalists. Ian Shaw was named Best Vocalist of the year twice(!) at the BBC Jazz Awards. A huge talent with the most engaging personality and an ability to make every song his own. Described as ‘the voice of the decade’, he is a wry, witty and intelligent showman with a remarkable vocal range, charismatic style and sparkling wit... Booking definitely advised for this special gig.

‘an artist on top of his game’ Jazzwise

Ian joins forces with drum maestro Steve Taylor’s Big Band eXpLoSiOn featuring Josie Frater.

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DATE AM PM PM Thursday 28 November (Preview) 6pm Saturday 30 November (Preview) 1.15pm 5pm Sunday 1 December (Preview) 1.15pm 5pm Monday 2 December 10am 1.15pm Tuesday 3 December 10am 1.15pm Wednesday 4 December 10am 1.15pm Thursday 5 December 10am SOLD OUT 1.15pm Saturday 7 December 1.15pm 5pm Sunday 8 December 1.15pm 5pm Monday 9 December 10am 1.15pm Tuesday 10 December 10am 1.15pm Wednesday 11 December 10am SOLD OUT 1.15pm SOLD OUT Thursday 12 December 10am SOLD OU T 1.15pm Saturday 14 December 1.15pm 5pm Sunday 15 December 1.15pm 5pm Monday 16 December 10am 1.15pm SOLD OUT Tuesday 17 December 10am 1.15pm Wednesday 18 December 10am 1.15pm Thursday 19 December 10am 1.15pm Saturday 21 December 1.15pm 5pm Sunday 22 December 1.15pm 5pm Monday 23 December 1.15pm 5pm Tuesday 24 December 12.30pm 4pm Friday 27 December 1.15pm 5pm Saturday 28 December 1.15pm 5pm Sunday 29 December 1.15pm 5pm Monday 30 December 1.15pm 5pm Tuesday 31 December 1.15pm Thursday 2 January 2014 1.15pm 5pm*R Friday 3 January 2014 1.15pm 5pm Saturday 4 January 2014 1.15pm 5pm

PRICES SCHOOLS £12.50 all tickets £12.50 all tickets £12.50 all tickets £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £14.50 £10 *S £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F £14.50 £14.50 £17.50 (£14.50) *G/F

Price in brackets ( ) applies to children under 16 and other concessions Family Ticket £60 - *F (Two full price, two children’s concessions) Available on marked performances only Group Rate - *G - Available on marked performances only 10 - 15: £1 off per ticket 16 - 25: £3 off per ticket 26+ £4.50 off per ticket School Parties - All tickets £10 (one teacher free for every 10 children) on schools performances *S Senior Citizen Rate - All tickets £14.50 or £10 on schools performances only *R - Relaxed performance on the 2 Jan 5pm. Relaxed performances are specifically designed to welcome people with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, learning disability or sensory and communication disorders A ticket must be purchased for every child. Age suitability 3 - 103! NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS.

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North Londo n’s best X mas panto!


Children’s International Voices OF ENFIELD


Thursday 5 December 7.30pm X at Dugdale Centre



Over three years acclaimed filmmaker Alison Klayman gained unprecedented access to Ai Weiwei as he prepared for exhibitions, spent time with his family and eventually came to blows with the Chinese government. Klayman’s detailed portrait of the artist provides a nuanced exploration of contemporary China and one of its most compelling public figures. (2012) Dir. Alison Klayman Cert 15 91 mins


There is great excitement in the choirs of Children’s International Voices of Enfield, 5 choirs aged 4 to 24, who rehearse in Palmers Green on alternate Sundays. They are looking forward to their 4th Christmas Celebration Concert in the Dugdale Theatre! This year they will perform a splendid work A New Star by the Welsh composer Gareth Glyn and of course many favourite Christmas Carols. Please contact the Founder Director is Dr. June Keyte MBE ARAM FRSA Churchill Fellow, who has had a 50 year career in Music Education. The Music staff include: Dr. Christopher Keyte Hon RAM, Sara King BMus Hons, Joseph Ford Thompson MA BMus Hons and Adam Dickson MA BA (Cantab), Heather Wrighton MA BMus (Harpist) and Jonathan Nicolaides. Tickets from Children’s International Voices Box Office on 020 8882 7404.

TICKETS £10 Adults, £5 Children

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Flo White & The $even Dawgs Shrekettes in Wonderland

SATURDAY 14 DEC - Sunday 5 January VARIOUS X at Dugdale Centre

Thursday 9 - Sunday 19 January VARIOUS Q at Millfield Theatre

Packed with the great characters, exciting plot, laughs, rap, and exuberant street dance that made last year’s Syn-Da-Rilla such a hit, Flo White and the $even Dawgs promises to be a highlight for families this Christmas.

A fun-filled street dance urban pantomime set in the magical world of Alice in Wonderland meet the characters you only hear about in fairy tales and see the things you only dream of… Keep up with the White Rabbit... Have tea with the Mad Hatter... Laugh with Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee...

When the Magic Mirror tells Belladonna she is no longer the hottest act in the land, and worse, discovers that it is her own stepdaughter who threatens her crown, she is livid, and plots to have her competition removed…. permanently. It is up to Flo White - with the help of Muddles, the Prince, the Twin Dames, Bunny and Batty Beatbox - as well as diminutive rap cru ‘The Seven Dawgs’ - to keep Flo safe, and see that good triumphs over evil! Pineapple Arts returns this Christmas with another urban take on a classic tale.

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Join the Shrekettes, Donkey and friends on another Platinum adventure where nothing is as it seems. But be warned to steer clear of the wicked King and Queen of Hearts for if you are captured, it’s off with your head. Book before 1st Dec and get a 10% discount Group bookings of 15+ 15% discount.

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Booking for both venues:

Concessions: Available where advertised and depends upon the show. Discounts include: under 16s, senior citizens, full-time students, disabled, unemployed. Children: Most children’s shows have a recommended age suitability. Please check when booking. Under 3s will not be admitted except to some exclusive children’s events. All children, including babies, must have a valid ticket unless otherwise stated. Latecomers: Latecomers will be asked to wait until a suitable break in the performance before taking their seats. In some cases this may be the interval. Access: We have a Sennheiser infra-red system for hearing impaired patrons. Receivers which tune to your hearing aid can be collected from Box Office. If your hearing aid does not have a T setting, we cannot provide any support. The auditorium can accommodate four wheelchairs. All theatre facilities are accessible to wheelchair users. We welcome guide dogs and hearing dogs.

Booking Fees: There is a 75p charge for each 1. Online - Select your seat card transaction, plus 75p if online and save £1 per ticket you require your tickets posted on selected shows to you within the UK. A £1.25 fee is added per online trans2. Telephone - 020 8807 6680 action (not per ticket) and this for card bookings. includes postage. Booking fees 3. In Person - Tickets can be are not charged if you pay in purchased by cash, cheque or person with cash. card at both venues. Reservations: 4. By Post - Send a cheque Reservations can be held for with show title and date on the reverse (payable to London five days, thereafter, if not purchased the tickets will be Borough of Enfield) plus a released. We are unable to SAE (if you require tickets take reservations for near sell posted to you) to Millfield out shows or from four days Theatre, Silver Street, before the performance. Edmonton, London N18 1PJ. Refunds and Exchanges: Bookings received less than a week before the performance We cannot offer any refunds or exchange tickets unless a will be held at the Box Office performance is cancelled, so for collection. please check your purchase carefully. If a performance is Box Office Opening Times: cancelled you will be refunded Monday - Saturday, in the manner you paid or 10am - 5pm offered a credit note. Credit For evening performances the notes are valid for 90 days. Box Office remains open for If the note is not redeemed half an hour after the show within this period it will be begins. classed as a donation to We are closed on Sundays and Millfield Youth Theatre. In the Bank Holidays unless there is a exceptional circumstances performance. We may operate that we can offer an exchange, reduced opening times in each ticket exchanged is August. subject to a £3 fee.

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Directions to Dugdale Centre:

Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ Box Office 020 8807 6680

Dugdale Centre, 39 London Road, Enfield, EN2 6DS Box Office 020 8807 6680

BY BUS From the Silver Street Stop 34 Barnet Church Walthamstow Central Station 102 Golders Green - Edmonton Green W6 Southgate - Edmonton Green 144 Muswell Hill - Edmonton Green From the Cambridge Roundabout Stop 217 Turnpike Lane - Waltham Cross 231 Turnpike Lane - Enfield - Enfield Chase Station BY TRAIN Silver Street Station: via Enfield Town, Cheshunt or Liverpool Street lines. Then a 10 minute walk or catch buses 34, 102, 144 from opposite Silver Street Station.

BY TRAIN From Liverpool Street Station stop at Enfield Town Station. From Moorgate and Finsbury Park stop at Enfield Chase Station. BY ROAD A105 (London Road, Silver Street) and A110 (Windmill Hill, Church Street, Southbury Road). PARKING Pay & display parking areas. Palace Gardens Car Park Sydney Road (530 spaces) and Genotin Road Car Park. See map for further parking areas. BY BUS FROM Enfield Lock - 121 Edmonton Green - 191 Tottenham Hale - 192 Barnet - 307 Potters Bar - 313 Waltham Cross - 317 Wood Green - 121,231,329, N29 Oakwood - 377 Chase Farm Hospital - W8 and W9 Southgate - W9 Crews Hill - W10

BY TUBE Turnpike Lane (Piccadilly Line) then buses 144, 217 or 231. Wood Green (Piccadilly Line) then bus 144 Arnos Grove (Piccadilly Line) then bus 34 Bounds Green (Piccadilly Line) then bus 102 See for more details. PARKING Theatre goers can use either the car park at the theatre (includes two orange badge spaces) or at Millfield House (includes three orange badge spaces).

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September Sat 7, Sun 8 Da Mans Dem: Love, Sax & All That Jazz 7.30pm Thu 12, Fri 13 The Elvis Years 8pm Thu 19 T. J. Higgs 8pm Fri 20 They Came With Outer Script 8pm Sat 21 C’mon Everybody 7.45pm Sun 22 LDN Wrestling 3pm Tue 24 The Vagina Monologues 8pm Thu 26 An Evening With Paul Daniels 8pm Fri 27 A Night Of Dirty Dancing 8pm Sat 28, Sun 29 The Snail And The Whale 10am & 1.30pm OCTOBER Wed 2 Ballet Black 7.30pm Thu 3 Rat Pack Live 8pm Fri 4 London Community Gospel Choir 8pm Sat 5 The Manfreds 8pm Tue 8 Stephen K Amos 8pm Wed 9 Blake 8pm Thu 10 Upbeat Beatles 8pm Fri 11 Lady Sings The Blues 8pm Sat 12 Celtic Dream 3pm & 7.30pm Sun 13 All Star Music Awards Final 7pm Wed 16 Safe Drive, Stay Alive 7.30pm Sat 19 An Evening Of Lover’s Rock 8pm Sun 20 An Evening Of Lover’s Rock 7pm Wed 23 The Magic Of Motown 8pm Thu 24 Jackson: Live In Concert 8pm Fri 25 Dancing Queen 8pm Sat 26 Puppetry Of The Penis 8pm Sun 27 Martha and Eve 7.30pm Wed 30 The Blues Band 8pm Thu 31 Marc Spelmann 8pm NOVEMBER Fri 1 Secret Love: Life & Music Of Doris Day 8pm Sat 2 How To Catch A Star 1pm & 3.30pm Sun 3 The Essence Of Ireland 2.30pm & 7pm Fri 8 Forever In Blue Jeans 8pm Sat 9 Viva La Drag 8pm Sun 10 Gyles Brandreth 5pm Wed 13 Talon: The Best Of Eagles 8pm Thu 14 Big Band Is Back! ENJO Jazz Orchestra 8pm

Thu 28 Nov 2013 - Sat 4 Jan 2014

Dick Whittington See website for times JANUARY 2014 Thu 9-Sun 19 Shrekettes in Wonderland various

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


September Sat 7 Enfield Poets: Angela Stone 7.30pm Tue 10 Talkies Community Cinema: LORE 7.30pm Sat 14 LGR Music Awards: Semi Final 7pm Sat 15 Sunday Edition: Poetry & Jazz 7pm Thu 19 An Evening With Davey Arthur 8pm Fri 20 Laurence Clark: Inspired 8pm Sat 21 Fag Ends And Families 7.30pm Tue 24-Sat 28 See How They Run 7.30pm, Thu Mat 2.30pm Sun 29 Ziggy’s World Jazz Club: Joe Stilgoe Trio 7.30pm OCTOBER Sat 5 Enfield Poets: John Hegley 7.30pm Tue 8-Fri 11 D.P.M.O. various Thu 10 Talkies Community Cinema: Pan’s Labyrinth 7.30pm Sat 12 Hotsteppers Dance School 7pm Tue 15-Thu 17 Thoroughly Modern Musicals 7.45pm Fri 18 Ellamore In Concert 7.30pm Sun 20 Zhe 7.30pm Wed 23-Sat 26 Fonazi o Klefti 7.30pm Sun 27 Ziggy’s World Jazz Club: Julie Dexter 7.30pm NOVEMBER Fri 1, Sat 2 The Pirate Squad 11am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm Wed 6-Sat 9 Curtains Sat Mat 2pm, 7.45pm Talkies Community Cinema: The Conformist 7.30pm Tue 12 Wed 13 The Magic & Mirth Of Tommy Cooper 7.30pm Thu 14, Fri 15 Female Gothic 8pm Sat 16 Jack the Ripper: An Investigation 7.30pm Sun 17 Sunday Edition: Poetry & Jazz 7pm Wed 20-Sat 30 Avenue Q various DECEMBER Sun 1 Ziggy’s World Jazz Club: Ian Shaw 7.30pm Thu 5 Talkies Cinema: Ai Weiwei Never Sorry 7.30pm Sat 7 Children’s International Voices 7pm Sun 8 Children’s International Voices 3pm Sat 14-Tue31 Flo White & The $even Dawgs various JANUARY 2014 Wed 1-Sun 5 Flo White & The $even Dawgs various DUGDALE CENTRE 39 LONDON ROAD, ENFIELD EN2 6DS BOX OFFICE 020 8807 6680 www.DUGDALECENTRE.CO.UK MILLFIELD THEATRE SILVER STREET, LONDON N18 1PJ BOX OFFICE 020 8807 6680

Millfield & Dugdale Autumn 2013