crouch end festival is now over for another year

the crouch end festival team would like to thank you for making this the most successful and well-attended yet.

over the next week, we will be posting photos and video footage from the festival – so do check back on here. we’ve also got an instagram page for you to contribute to.

 

 

Enquiries for outdoor events: markets@crouchendfestival.org, all else to info@crouchendfestival.org

Friday 8th - Sunday 17th June 2018

What’s on?

That's all, folks!

Festival Highlights

Record your memories of Hornsey Town Hall

What are your best memories of the Town Hall? What stories can you tell about this landmark building in the heart of Crouch End? Record and share them!

Father's Day Fun Day!

You are invited to come celebrate all the awesome dads out there! We will be putting on fun activities in the gym including swings, zipwire, songs, dances, puppet shows and much more!

The Factory's Macbeth

The Factory’s Macbeth - 7 Venues. 7 Days. 7 Completely Different Shows.

No set, no costumes, nothing planned apart from the words. Everything made spontaneously on the night.

Beneath the Clocktower

Harvey Marcus's new short film celebrating generations of local independent Crouch End shopkeepers. Followed by Q&A with Harvey Marcus and leading Crouch End shopkeepers.

the truth detectives at no:36

Open house with an exhibition by six artists reflecting on their life histories, influences and art practice. Garden cafe. Tea and home made cakes. Free entry.

CROUCH END CHRONICLES

A quirky history of Crouch End in words and live music: from Roman days to the Radical Sixties and beyond. Plus a selection of some of Blacktooth's finest moments: from Great Eccentrics onwards

Crouch End Poets

Crouch End Poets Annual performance, Free, accessible to all, all welcome.
Crouch End Picture House Friday 17th June 7 - 9pm.
Good food and drink available from the bar

New River Band - live Music Day

The New River band are playing at 4.10 to 4.40pm on the Main Stage on Sunday, live Music Day

No Coward Soul

No Coward Soul are playing 4.50 - 5.20pm on the Main Stage, part of live Music Day

St Mary's Tower Open Day

Tours up the tower, tomb trails, history exhibition, teddy bear zip wire, fun for all the family, live music and refreshments.

What Listening To 10,000 Love Songs Has Taught Me About Love

A Spoken Word show from a million selling author that explains, love, love songs, and chocolate. With music from Blondie, Soft Cell and Frankie. It's funny, thought-provoking and really quite moving.

Zombie Walk 2018

Come and join us on a spooky zombie walk led by the Master Zombie. Prize for the best zombie. Meet at Earl Haigh 6.30pm and set off for the Town Hall at 7.30pm for our film on the green: Footloose

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