Events for younger people

Below is a list of all current events suitable for younger people in Haringey.

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New Tottenham Singers are... Home For Christmas

Saturday 15 December, from 7.30pm.

A special evening with a glittering selection of Christmas songs, modern and traditional.

Put some sparkle in to your Christmas with an evening of festive music - from traditional Christmas songs to showtunes and back again!

Performed by The New Tottenham Singers, a local choir, and supported by a 16-piece band and soloists - this should get your Christmas going with a swing!

St Ann’s Book Club

Friday 21 December, 6-7pm.

Do you enjoy reading books? Would you like to meet and discuss them with other people?

Then come and join our friendly book club - this month we will be discussing 'The Bell Jar' by Sylvia Plath.

We meet every fourth Friday of the month (please note: we are meeting earlier this month due to the Christmas holidays).

 

Exhibition: Black Georgian Londoners - Portraits, People and Perceptions

Exhibition runs until March 2019.

The gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday, 1pm to 5pm.

Discover more about Georgian Black Londoners in this new exhibition that reveals recent research about the Lords of the Manor at Bruce Castle during the 18th century and their black heritage and connections, alongside a collection of rare and unusual portraits of Black Georgians.

Kindly supported by the Fellowship of St John.

A Haringey Black History Month event.

 

Black Sounds Exhibition

Exhibition runs October 2018 to July 2019 - Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm.

This landmark, critically acclaimed installation including film, sound, historical photographs and album artwork in the upstairs mezzanine area examines 100 years of black British music with a timeline marking the most important events – musical, political and social – that influenced the innovators who revolutionised British music.

A tribute to the incredible power of London’s dynamism and the dogged persistence of DIY musical creativity.

Woodcraft Folk Group

Two weekly activity groups, one for children aged 6-9 and the other for children aged 9-13.

Activities include crafts, torchlit walks, group games, making things and learning new skills.

Woodcraft Folk is about trying different stuff to build confidence and knowledge.

Meet every Tuesday evening:

  • Children aged 6-9 years - 6.15-7.15pm 
  • Children aged 10-13 years - 7.30-8.30pm 

Only £2 per session per child - parents pay £30 for the year to join Woodcraft Folk.

 

Music Club

Mondays: 4.30pm (keyboard) and 5.30pm (guitar).

An amazing opportunity for children and young people (aged 8 – 18) to learn and become proficient playing a guitar or keyboard.

Please contact PHASCA on 07946 128 497 for more details.