We thoroughly enjoyed participating in the 2016 Crouch End Festival.
This year, we managed to rise to the logistical challenge of co-ordinating a hectic rehearsal schedule, developing, and eventually, performing 5 different shows!
We would like to thank all our venues for hosting our productions, the festival organisers and, of course, the hundreds of people who came along to see us!
Special thanks to our hosts:
- The Haberdashery
- Kiss The Sky
- Pickled Pepper Books
- Hornsey Library
- Holy Innocents Church
- Great Northern Railway Tavern
As a community group, we are committed to offering our festival shows to our audiences free of charge, to thank you for supporting our shows the rest of the year.
We are so delighted that so many of you chose to come along.
Coming up next
We are now looking forward to our annual picnic and our next AGM as well as planning our next productions.
In the meantime we are taking advantage of some exciting acting training workshops from director Kate Stafford to keep us on our toes!
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Some images from our Crouch End Festival shows 2016
|Vintage Radio Play Reading at Holy Innocents Church © Ali McGinley|
|A Suffragette's Song at Kiss The Sky ©Terry McGrath|
|All You Need Is Love at Hornsey Library ©Sue Irwin Hunt|
|Storm in a Teacup at the Haberdashery ©Elly Chalmers|