Reclaimed – songs at twilight on the Parkland Walk

Female Accapella Trio

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Crouch End

Labour of Love

Labour of Love is an exhibition featuring a selection of works by Crouch End Picture House's creative staff.

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Location
Crouch End Picturehouse

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by The Park Theatre Company

Journey into the festival forest where 'the course of true love never did run smooth'. Expect music, mayhem, magic and healing in this fast paced, energising, mesmerising and all round great fun.

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Crouch End

Contemporary Dance Shakespeare’s Sonnet 29

Based on Sonnet 29 by William Shakespeare, adult students will perform a beautiful and calming Contemporary Dance piece during The Great Get Together Community Picnic.

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Location
St Mary's Tower gardens

SALSA WORKSHOP

Come and learn some basic steps, a short routine and some dancing with a partner. For all ages 16+. Come by yourself or with a friend.
Relax. Let go. Dance your heart out!

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Location
Cape Adventure Playground

The Open Improvisers’ Choir

Singers from the local community who have a taste for experimentation and risk! They love to sing solo's arising out of the ensemble's "make - it - up" original music. Adventurous and risky fun!

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Three Compasses

Dated: mixology

Immerse yourself in the fictitious world of vintage Dated dating agency, as Susie Sykes invites you to her latest venture: mixology, shaking saucy cocktails and sharing tales of dates past and present

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Kiss The Sky

Vision: the imagined testimony of Hildegard of Bingen

Part of Stroud Green Festival 2019. A fully-staged concert/play which presents the personal dilemma of medieval Abbess Hildegard of Bingen alongside her mesmerising chants.

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St michael's Church

Beethoven’s String Quartet Journey: the last chapter

Part of Stroud Green Festival 2019. Beethoven’s String Quartet Journey: the last chapter: a concert/play by Clare Norburn alongside full performances of three of his “Late Quartets”.

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Holy Trinity Church

Jazz Hi-Jinks

Part of Stroud Green Festival. Jazz singer, Tina May joins irrepressible pianist David Gordon for vocal hi-jinks and tap dance, Latin American gems and gorgeous original songs. 

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Location
Union Church and Community Centre