Events for younger people

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

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Saturday 20 July, 10am-1pm.

Does your bike need a tune up? Dr Bike will see you now!

Head down to Blue House Yard this Saturday 20 July, 10am-1pm and have a free bike check plus free security marking!

Free bike health check and security marking from Dr Bike and Haringey’s Smarter Travel team.

Affordable small repairs on the spot.

Bikes For Good Causes are bringing second-hand bikes and new accessories for sale.



Tech Loves Fashion

Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 August, 9.30am to 2pm.

Taught by Humans and Ada, the National Digital Skills College are proud to host our first Tech Loves Fashion event. Technology is amazing, and touches almost every industry including the fashion industry.

We want to invite 14/15 year old girls to come and get excited by the possibilities provided by technology in the fashion industry. The schedule will include learning some coding, hearing from industry experts and other fun workshops.

Set Design and Film Summer Camp - 12-16 year olds

A week long course from Monday 19 August to Friday 23 August, 9.30am to 5pm.

Do you know a 12-16 year old who is interested in doing something a bit different this summer? Would they like to learn how to make films for fun or as a career? Through this fun and engaging week long course they will be taken through the art of creating a film set and making a films.

All our sessions are run by DBS checked industry professionals. No previous experience is necessary.

Junior Apprentice

Sign up before Friday 26 July.

A project for young people aged 14 to 19 who will compete in tasks similar to those on the BBC TV show 'The Apprentice' to win the title 'Junior Apprentice 2019'.

The theme this year is 'The Business of Food'.

The scheme is not only fun but helps young people achieve their potential and get good careers.

In addition, there are prizes to be won!


Shakespeare in Bruce Castle Park - A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sunday 21 July, 4.30pm to 7pm.

Join us for an open air theatre performance of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

Shakespeare’s most enduringly popular comedy of love and intrigue, magic and mayhem, is brought to life by family favourites Quantum Theatre in their wonderfully funny and exuberant production of the Shakespeare classic. Set on that most dangerous of nights when fairies are abroad and nothing is as it seems, four young, unsuspecting lovers become entangled in their magical affray and soon no mortals are safe in those bewitched and bewitching woods outside Athens...

OK Foundation Music Centre

Love to sing or dance, meet new people, have fun?

The OK Foundation provides music and wellness programmes for all the family, bringing the community together and in a fun, inclusive and positive atmosphere.

Join our community choirs and learn songs from a variety of genres including classical, Gospel, musical theatre and world music. No auditions, all are welcome.

Discover authentic West African dance routines to boost your fitness, unwind or just have fun.

Learn to play an instrument, including piano, guitar, drums and voice.

Every Tuesday:

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.