future events

Zombie Disco

ZOMBIE DISCO fundraiser, with bands and DJs playing the deadest beats
at the Silver Bullet, 5 Station Place, Finsbury Park, N4

Friday 25 October - free before 8pm,  £5 / £3 (concs) after. Music and bar til 3am.

Tube: Finsbury Park is 1 min walk.
Buses: 4, 19, 24, 106, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254 259, 279, W3, W7


THE KEMISTRY - Straight out of London's live underground scene, with soul-laced melodies, poetic lyrics, unaccountable twists and a sound that no one can really pin point, not even the band. See the video of their collaboration with Abiade The Lynx 'ALT' and their track Untitled Ballad. www.thekemistry.co.uk

THE WAILING BANSHEES - music from the British Isles, Ireland and beyond: blood-red reels, ghoulish jigs, and songs to raise the dead.

LOATHSOME WAYS - bluesy soul music inspired by Prince, Wanda Jackson and Tom Waits.  https://soundcloud.com/loathsome-ways

- the best Zombie DJs to make your flesh creep and get you re-animated on the dancefloor.
- Zombie dress-up and dance-off with prizes
- Zombie pinata!

DRESS CODE: None - the Zombie Disco is welcome to everyone, whatever the apparent mortality status.

All proceeds will go to Haringey Solidarity Group, to support community action around housing issues, and Tottenham-based Mary Ann Johnson Housing Co-op (MAJ) who are trying to raise a cool £90k in loanstock to affordably and securely house their members.

Put it in your diary - you'll be thrilled you came...   Or indicate your attendance via the Facebook event link.


Incorporating the 'Make A Change' sports extravaganza and the 'Tottenham Green Fair'

Lordship Rec, Lordship Lane, Tottenham N17
Saturday Sept 11th
1pm-5pm (sports from 12noon)

Activities include:
  • Tottenham Flower & Produce Show,
  • Dog Agility Show,
  • Cycling Activities & Dr Bike,
  • Fun Run,
  • Performances & DJ, Community Cafe,
  • Skateboarding/BMXing,
  • Football Tournament,
  • Netball, Tennis,
  • Aerobics,
  • Martial Arts,
  • Rugby,
  • Arts and Crafts for Under-5s and for older children,
  • Pedal-powered Stage,
  • History Displays,
  • Pond-Dipping & Bug Hunt, Adventure Play,
  • Children's Procession,
  • Picnics and Community Stalls


Michael Moore’s insight into what the lovers of dirty capitalism really think and want.


Thursday 9th September 2010 

7:30 pm 


West Green Learning Centre, West Green Road, N15. Entry £3/£2 concs.

(And come to KK McCool’s pub afterwards to talk about the film.)