Curious Crouch End
Seeded sourdough and oat milk flat white - that's how Crouch End is often seen. But there's a lot, lot more to this proudly independent locality.
CURIOUS CROUCH ENDSeeded sourdough and oat milk flat white – that’s how Crouch End is often seen. But there’s a lot, lot more to this proudly independent locality.In this illustrated talk, Andrew Whitehead – author of Curious Crouch End – tells the stories hidden away amid the Victorian villas and Edwardian terraces of N8: from a pioneering women’s football match, to the high point of the 1968 student rebellion; it’s where Bob Dylan got lost (perhaps) on his way to a studio and where Ray Davies found his ‘working man’s cafe’.We’ll explore the spectacular Art Deco in the square and the sparkling Art Nouveau in the pub. And we’ll hear about Crouch End’s own cathedral too.