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We're still recovering from a fabulous and very successful festival. And we hope you enjoyed it too. Send us feedback and let us know!

 

Here's where and what was going on at Crouch End Festival. And thanks to our sponsors, most events were FREE.

MARKET AT HORNSEY TOWN HALL SQUARE 

Saturday featured an all-day market with local traders offering a variety of food, drinks, and locally-made crafts. The stalls showcased a wide range of items, including cards, gifts, jewelry, and clothing.

EVENTS AT HORNSEY LIBRARY

The library buzzed with a variety of events both indoors and outdoors. The Canopy Stage, known for its excellent acoustics, featured music concerts under the awning. Inside the library, visitors enjoyed talks, films, activities, and more. Additionally, a gardening and planting project was underway in front of the library, with many volunteers working together to transform the space into a vibrant green area.

MUSIC AT HORNSEY TOWN HALL SQUARE

A large crowd gathered at the Town Hall Square on Saturday for a full day of music starting at 11am. We were delighted to have Catherine West open the festival with a speech. Hornsey Town Hall music festival featured a diverse array of genres, including rock, ska, reggae, folk, and acoustic performances..

TOWER MUSIC FESTIVAL

St Mary's Tower, Hornsey hosted an outdoor music festival on Saturday with a fantastic array of band, plus a bar and food (pizzas and tacos) plus awe-inspiring light show. The KUT were headliners on Saturday. Sunday was a 'Jimmy C Blues Picnic' takeover, plus Father's Day, so there was plenty on hand for children including Batman abseiling down the Tower! Also a bar and food.

And Friday was COMEDY night.

HOLY EYE

Holy Eye at Holy Innocents Church hosted a music festival on Saturday evening. 

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY TAVERN

The Crouch End Players presented two plays during the festival, while music fans enjoyed an acoustic music festival curated by local band Somebody Else's Troubles, starting at 2:30 PM.

MORE VENUES....

Streathers solicitors in central Crouch End, generously offered space in its premises for some events. Rohan Candappa entertained packed audiences with his amusing talks. 

 

And elsewhere... The ArtHouse hosted local theatre company Blacktooth's latest theatre production. Quirky Japanese shop Foundland hosted parties with lots for children including origami making sessions!

MEET THE TEAM

The Crouch End Festival, established in 2012, operates entirely through the efforts of a volunteer team. Local residents Chris Arnold, Chris Currer, and Amanda Carrara dedicate their spare time to organising the festival, handling tasks such as securing venues, coordinating stages, curating the market, securing local sponsorships, and more. Bev Coffin serves as Mistress of the Robes, Olivia Rosen manages the website and photography, and Sarah Cowan oversees production management, including the live music at the Tower.

Crouch End Festival works in cooperation with Haringey Council

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