Saturday, 14 May 2016

Our Crouch End Festival 2016 Programme

This year we have no fewer than 5 different shows in production and development. Something to suit audiences of all ages!

We are glad to offer entry to all our festival shows free of charge, as a "thank you" to everyone who supports our performances all year round! 

Most of our venues have limited space, so we have to allocate free tickets by pre-booking only.

To book, just email stating your name, chosen performances and number of tickets required.
We will allocate tickets on a "first come, first served" basis.

Showcasing brand new comedy, written and performed by the Players for your pleasure. Enjoy a family spat at Romeo and Juliet's wedding (yup, they survived), stuffy local historians getting down with the kids, bad Tinder, labour pains in a zombie apocalypse - and much more!
Only suitable for ages 18 and up
Friday 10th June 20:00 & Saturday 11th June 20:00
Venue: Great Northern Railway Tavern, Hornsey High St N8 (Doors 19:30)
The true story of Kitty Marion who was a music hall star and militant suffragette. Five women use Kitty’s own words and music hall songs to illustrate how women in Britain changed their lives.
Saturday 11th June 15:00 & Sunday 19th June 15:00
Venue: Kiss The Sky bar, Park Road N8 (Doors 14:30)

Things can’t get any worse for neurotic new café owner Sarah as her fantasy life crumbles around her… then suddenly an unlikely lifeline appears in the guise of the hapless waitress’ cousin
& his mystery package …
Who knows what happens next, certainly not the cast, as this unscripted original comedy unfolds.
Thursday 16th June & Friday 17th June 19:00 Venue: The Haberdashery Café, 22 Middle Lane, Crouch End N8 (Doors 18:30)
All you need is love! Two classic children's stories brought to life through unique imagery and
narration. Follow the curious adventures of a fluffy chick and a furry cat.
Recommended for 2-6 year olds.
Saturday June 18th 10:30 Hornsey Library, Haringey Park (Doors 10:00)
Sunday June 19th 11:30 Pickled Pepper Books, Middle Lane N8 (Doors 11:00)
Heartache, love, longing and suspense come to life in front of your ears as we present a triple feature of adaptations of Cinema Classics, read live in the style of a 1940s radio broadcast, with live sound effects. Brief Encounter. Sorry, Wrong Number. Jane Eyre.
Friday June 17th 19:30. Saturday June 18th at 14:30 & 19:30
Venue: Holy Innocents Church, Tottenham Lane, N8 

Crouch End Players Festival Schedule

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