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What’s on in May

Hot off the press! This month's e-quarter features events and news from the Wood Green Cultural Quarter. Read more   ...
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Artist Lea Yehuds bespoke designs.

Lea Yehud Exhibition & Private View

Graduate from Middlesex University and Chelsea School of Art, one of Chocolate Factory's resident artists Lea Yehud will be having a solo exhibition at Karamel in the heart of Wood Green's Cultural Quarter running from the 10th April to 28th May 2017. You are invited to the private view which will be held from ...
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Winner of the Haringey Children’s Book Award announced!

The Haringey Childrens Book Awards ceremony, hosted at Heartlands High School, received a gargantuan turnout last week, doubling the number of attendees from the year before, from over 100 last year to over 200 this year. After introductory speeches from guests, and readings of the books by all six nominated ...
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Plundered! at Karamel

Plundered! by Really Big Pants Theatre Saturday 22nd April at 11:30am Captain Blackbeard, a very selfish pirate and on the hunt for treasure, has left a beautiful island in disaster. It’s up to Maggie and Roy to help save it. Trouble is…they’re REALLY not friends. Teleported from their school trip ...
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Two adults dressed as pirates with a pirate ship behind them washed up alongshore standing next to a few pieces of garbage.

Family events in Wood Green.

Now that winter's relentless harshness has finally dissipated into blossoming trees and soothing sunshine, we've prepared a feast of family events for yourself and the kids to enjoy. In the Quarter, we like to place emphasis on cultural events which are accessible and enjoyable for all members of the family to get your ...
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Haringey Childrens Book Award

The Haringey Childrens Book Award, now in it’s 3rd year, was established in order to promote literacy and literature amongst the borough in Haringey organised by the librarian community. The award aims to inspire and encourage reading and writing amongst the borough's children and young people in an attempt to curb ...
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Heartlands Highschool poet in residence Paul Lyalls

Haringey Literature Live has been gifted the opportunity with winning an award by the Art Council of England which has allowed Heartlands High School in Haringey to work alongside children's poet in residence, Paul Lyalls (who was also poet in residence to the Roald Dahl Museum and Arsenal FC) to ...
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Collage Nights comes Full Circle.

Collage Nights will be hosting another fantastic evening at Karamel (North London's "premier" music venue) in Wood Green on Wednesday the 12th April. This time, we've got artists to titillate your eardrums and to soothe your mid-week troubles with a handful of the best artists to offer. Prepare for an ...
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Jazz at Karamel; April.

This April we've got another exciting exhibition of jazz music, from our tribute benefit concert for our friend Jim Mullen, to the incredible and sought after Dave Whitford Quartet we've got an event for all your musical needs. Starting off on April 5th, we'll be hosting a benefit gig for legendary ...
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The people of Haringey in a meeting room to discuss the redevelopment plans.

All change at Wood Green

Last week, artists, creative companies, young people and apprentices, colleagues and local residents attended a meeting at the Chocolate Factory in regards to the new development plans for Wood Green and the Cultural Quarter. Two local authority officers attended and were greeted with many questions regarding the future of Wood Green’s ...
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Help PramDepot win the Big Lottery People’s Project Awards!

Local project PramDepot has been selected for The Big Lottery People's Projects awards in London and is up for a public vote to win £50,000.   The group will provide high quality recycled baby clothes and equipment for women who are vulnerable or facing financial difficulties, including asylum seekers, victims of ...
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Surma

"The young multi-instrumentalist combines her guitar and bass hooks with an unusual mix of different electronic sounds via the help of loop pedals. The result is wonderful music somewhere between pop, jazz and ambient. Her beautifully fragile voice is at the very centre of her first single 'Maasai'. ” The ...
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