crouch end picturehouse
Head over to the Picturehouse and you'll find exhibitions plus events happening over the Crouch End Festival weekend. You might even find a film or two...
alan wolfson exhibition
Crouch End resident and artist Alan Wolfson is exhibiting his striking artwork at the Picturehouse over the festival weekend. Pop in and take a look. Alan will also be hosting his long-standing event Friggers of Speech at the Picturehouse.
The Man Whose Head Was a Big Teapot & Other Short Films
sunday 9th july 2pm Programmes start at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm, but you can drop in at any time. Free, non-ticketed. Early arrivals get free popcorn!
Suitable for age 15+. Six award-winning animated short films made by Brian Luff and Georgina Sowerby at Studio Senseless, Crouch End. A man gets stuck at traffic lights for 50 years, a koi carp turns into a Samurai and a TV camera falls in love with an actress. Plus, a man builds a flying machine for a penguin, a stranded boat is rescued by swans, and the unique dating problems of a man with a teapot for a head. These surreal and absurd mini-movies are guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
friggers of speech - poetry / music / open mic
friday 7th july 7pm
Hosted by Alan Wolfson. Join Alan for an evening of entertainment with Anna Meryt, Kate Shortt, Martine Berg and Arthur Boan. Poetry, music and open mic. At the Upstairs Bar at the Picturehouse. FREE entry
picturehouse crouch end
The Picturehouse has multiple screens and super-comfy seats. There's a fabulous bar upstairs which serves food too and offers exhibition space.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy An American Visionary short film
SUNDAY 9th july 6pm
JFK An American Visionary short film, written and directed by Joshua Buyukyilmaz. This is a short documentary that commemorates the life and death of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and what makes him the most popular president in American history.