Arts, Crafts, Music and Culture

The glamorous world of Hollywood comes to the Millfield Theatre for three nights in June when SMP Theatre invite you to a Brand New, Original Musical Extravaganza Featuring All Your Classic Film Favourites!

Is your 8-11 year old interested in drama? At Collage Voices for only £2 for a weekly session they will have the chance to work with professional actor and facilitator Simone Cornelius to build their confidence and learn foundational acting skills through games, exercises, devising and script.

'Face Front run several inclusive and participatory arts groups for adults and young people in North and East London. The groups include disabled and neurodivergent participants who range in age and group size. Many of our groups work towards creating collaboratively devised ensemble performances that are presented in professional theatre venues. We are looking for creative, energetic, patient and collaborative practitioners to widen our pool of music based facilitators'.

Enfield Art Circle is a friendly group that welcomes new members, from experienced artists to complete beginners.

A new exhibition at the Southgate Club by local artist Angela Dierks opens this week and runs until the end of May.

From first steps to final drafts, Collage Writing Room has options for you - via small, friendly groups hosted live on Zoom.

From first steps to final drafts, Collage Writing Roomo has options for you - via small, friendly groups hosted live on Zoom. Students can also access free drop-in groups throughout the week to make the most of their writing time. Book now for courses starting in April, May and June.

NHS London have partnered with Transport for London (TfL) to launch a poetry competition for young Londoners, aged 12-15, to reflect on how their lives have changed since vaccinations were rolled out in the capital over a year ago. The competition seeks to give young Londoners the opportunity to talk about their experiences and what their hopes are for the year ahead. The top ten poems selected will be printed and put up at the author's local tube station.

Palmers Green Action Team is recruiting an artist to create a site-specific work to celebrate the life of celebrated poet and PG resident Stevie Smith. This will be one of the Stories of Enfield projects - community heritage activities that are receiving funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Gee Jay Arts is launching a new 6-week painting masterclass on Tuesday 26th April at Southgate Methodist Church (corner of the Bourne and Queen Elizabeth Drive).

An author from Palmers Green is launching his second novel at the end of the month, and there are two chances to meet him and pick up a signed copy.

Gee has sent details of her new art course that runs for six weeks at St Andrews Church Hall in Southgate, starting on Tuesday 8th March. The course normally costs £125, but because she is trying to promote the arts within our local community, Gee is offering a discounted price, £110 per person.