Events for younger people
Below is a list of all current events suitable for younger people in Haringey.
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Thursday 18 April, open 10am to 3pm.
Open day for the community to see the work Wood Green Crown Court does.
There will be visits to cells, take part in a mock trial, meet a police dog, Easter egg hunt and lots more!
Learn about the Criminal Justice System.
The open day is aimed at the community this courts serves, adults and children.
Every second Wednesday of the month! Just £3 for students - come and jam with the best!
A new recurring event, monthly jam with Noah Stoneman at Karamel.
Noah Stoneman was a finalist in the recent BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year. He is also a member of the band of trumpeter Alexandra Ridout. Youth, maturity and energy. As well as leading his own trio, he is a member of the group Zenel, picked as a group to watch for 2018 by Jazzwise Magazine.
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.
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.
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.
Every Monday: 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.