Fore Street for All and Made by Tottenham join forces to launch North London Lates, a brand new festival taking over the high street in North Tottenham and Upper Edmonton on Saturday 15 July, 5pm until late.
The stretch of the high street running between Bruce Grove and Silver Street is usually synonymous with big football games at Tottenham Hotspurs stadium. Outside of match days, and the occasional world famous pop-star concert (did you get tickets to Beyonce?), this part of London may not feel like the place to be on a Saturday night.
That’s why our community is coming together to present North London Lates – the new free multi-venue event that breathes new creative life into the iconic buildings, civic spaces and little-known gems of the high street. These locations will play host to a buzzy programme featuring art, live music, performances, food and more.
ALL FREE - just show up or pre-book: North London Lates Tickets, Sat 15 Jul 2023 at 17:00 | Eventbrite
Visitors can enjoy:
The Victoria Pub will host Noutéka’s Quartier Libre event, with movement workshops, live music and DJs. Noutéka is an international collective of musicians, producers, rappers, and dancers.
The Trampery Tottenham is a creative workspace in an iconic listed building. They will present Tottenham Sounds in collaboration with Threads Radio, an intimate gig showcasing the best of local talent.
Collins Carpets will host a photo exhibition by Hope in Haringey, the inspiring project 'TRADE' which brought together 19 students who embarked on a journey to document the vibrant and diverse world of 9 Haringey businesses and trades.
The Tottenham Community Sports Centre, a much-loved community hub in converted Territorial Army buildings, is one of the oldest sports centres in London. The Centre will host family-friendly circus performances by Brainfools and Jacksons Lane; martial arts demos; a community artwork workshop presented by visual art studio Ultra Kolor; and music by Pan Nation.
OOF Gallery is the world's first art space dedicated to football and the culture that surrounds it. It is located at a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in the grounds of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Discover their latest exhibition the World of Gazza, in collaboration with Jeremy Deller Enterprises.
Alexandra Palace curates Library Lates, taking over Coombes Croft Library, located opposite the Stadium. Expect an after-hours library takeover with comedy, music, drinks and more surprises.
Angel Yard hosts a collection of 35 workspaces and will be opening its doors for visitors to meet its businesses, enjoy art exhibitions and family-friendly activities. This will spill out into a beautiful new pedestrianised section of Grove Street, where there’ll be food and drink and live music courtesy of Tanum Sound System.
Clang Studios presents performances from an array of local artists at The Gilpin’s Bell. Clang provides professional rehearsal and recording studios for musicians and creators in Enfield.
Fore Street Living Room Library will host a makers market for creatives and traders from across Enfield and Haringey. Get your hands on some brilliant artwork, homeware and products.