The Dugdale Centre
- Telephone 020 8807 6680
- Website www.millfieldartscentre.co.uk
There are 13 events at this location
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And They Say Fish Is Expensive
An exclusive all-star evening with singer Mari Wilson and poet Cheryl Moskowitz, who come together to explore the transformative power of music on words.
Enfield Jazz Orchestra With Beverley Stone
Join ENJO Jazz Orchestra, fabulous 17-piece big band, featuring superb guest vocalist, Beverley Stone, for our 2nd Anniversary musical celebrations.
Enfields 1st Choral And Orchestral Festival
Dr June Keyte MBE & Dr Christopher Keyte Hon, in association with Dugdale Centre, present Enfield's first ever Choral And Orchestral Festival.
Sat 3 May
Sun 4 May
Mon 5 May
The Frog Prince
Part of Skewbald Children's Theatre Festival! Following their sell out shows The Princess and the Pea and Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Skewbald are back with another exciting twist on a loved fairytale.
Hits From The Blitz
The unique 'feel-good' 1940's show, as featured at Dame Vera Lynn's Charity Gala Nights.
The Hole In The Night (Over 7s)
Part of Skewbald Children's Theatre Festival! The night time was made for adventuring, but only if you're brave enough to look at The Hole in the Night.
A Little Bit Of Dickens (Over 6s)
Part of Skewbald Children's Theatre Festival! Come with us as we discover the world of Victorian England through the well known characters of Charles Dickens!
The Little Things (Over 3s)
Part of Skewbald Children's Theatre Festival! Enter Monty and Mirabella's exciting storybook world in a vibrant show bursting with dance, mime, music and slapstick.
The Hollies-frontman, with accompanying musicians, plays pop and rock covers.
Rhyme & Rhythm: Jazz Poetry Club
An evening of Jazz-Poetry hosted by Allen Ashley and Sarah Doyle. With music from top London Jazz band Special Edition.
Starbird: Toto Tales (Over 3s)
- Written by: Mara Menzies
African-inspired music, dance and puppetry tell the story of a magical bird in a children's theatre piece inspired by the work of author Ben Okri.
The Wabbit King (Age 5-11)
Part of Skewbald Children's Theatre Festival. The Wabbit King is an engaging piece of theatre using narrative, puppetry and song to deliver an important message about bullying in an entertaining way.