Thursday, 5 June 2014

Crouch End Festival and Summer Shakespeare

Crouch End Players at the  Crouch End Festival 2014

This year we are giving 3 productions , something to suit all ages.
All our festival events are free of charge. This is our way of giving something back to all those in our community who support us all year around!

  • Three Short Comedy Plays  7th,8th,11th June (Age 18+ recommended)  almost sold out - book now
  • Children's Storytelling 7th,8th,14th June:-
                      "Once Upon a Storytime"   almost sold out - book now

Facebook Event *
Facebook event

Tickets are free, but many venues are limited by capacity. Therefore we need to allocate places on a "first-come, first-served" basis.  (Last two years we have reluctantly had to turn audience away from oversubscribed venues for safety reasons)

 In order to book a free place please contact us by email, stating the date, time, venue and name of the show at this email address:

* 14/6/2014. After the Saturday matinee of the Radio Plays at Holy Innocents Church, a curry lunch (chicken or vegetarian) will be available (seated or takeaway). 
Proceeds to the Winter Shelter for Homeless People

Shakespeare in Priory Park

Amid all the Festival preparation, we are working hard in rehearsal for our first ever open-air Shakespeare production!

13th -16th August 2014, the Bowling Green in Priory Park will be transformed into the Forest of Arden for our captivating production of

"As You Like It"

Directed by Kate Stafford (A Christmas Carol, History of Falling Things).
Music specially composed by Steven Edis (National Theatre)

We have already been training in Stage Combat, so expect a thrilling production....

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Opportunities exist for Musicians, Instrumentalists, Grade 8 or above) to be part of this exciting production.:-
  • Musical Director, 
  • Accordian,
  • Double Bass, 
  • Mandolin, 
  • Guitar. 
Contact us at

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