The Dugdale Centre

The Dugdale Centre
The Dugdale Centre
Thomas Hardy House, 39 London Road, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 6DS
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The Dugdale Theatre is a flexible studio space located in the heart of Enfield Town seating up to 139 patrons in a variety of configurations to fit your needs. It is handy for local amenities and car parking and a stones throw from Enfield Town Train Station. Our foyer incorporates a small gallery space, coffee shop and Gelato Ice Cream Parlour.

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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Events at this venue

There are 15 events at this location

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Alan Gibbons: Are You in A 'Trap'?

Children's author Alan Gibbons discuss his new book, The Trap.

Sat 30 Jun

£15 / 020 8807 6680

Alex Woolf: Writing Children And Young Adult Fiction

A talk about writing for kids and young adults by Alex Woolf.

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

Ally Pally Prison Camp By Maggie Butt

As part of Enfield Literary Festival 2018, learn about the 300 men who were imprisoned at Alexandra Palace during WWI.

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

Art as therapy exhibition

A group of local aspiring artists have come together to exhibit paintings, drawings and mixed media artworks. All of the exhibitors have engaged in art therapy. The selected artworks communicate something of the artists' experiences and their developing confidence in self-expression through art-making. 'Making art helps…

Tue 3 Jul

Free / 020 8807 6680

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Wed 4 Jul

Free / 020 8807 6680

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Thu 5 Jul

Free / 020 8807 6680

  • 10:00 – 17:00
…and 10 more dates until 15 Jul

Behind The Scenes Museum Tour

A 45 minute tour of the highlights from the Studies and Archives Centre with Local Studies Officer John Clark.

Fri 29 Jun

£3 / 020 8807 6680

Can Community Journalism Help Fill The Gaps In Local News?

Founder and editor of entwo for Enfield, Martin Russo asks if community journalism could help? Part of the Enfield Literary Festival 2018 - Enfield's first ever Literary Festival kicks off at The Dugdale Centre in 2018 with an array of local, national and international literary figures exploring the theme of "Change" and…

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

Dee Shulman : How Pictures And Words Make A Story

Workshop by author and illustrator Dee Shulman about the world of books.

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

Enfield to Rye Harbour

An exhibition of works by Richard Summerfield, featuring paintings and drawings in oil, acrylic, watercolour and pencil.

Mon 25 Jun

Free / 020 8807 6680

Tue 26 Jun

Free / 020 8807 6680

Wed 27 Jun

Free / 020 8807 6680

…and 2 more dates until 29 Jun

Have You A Secret Creative Pulse?

Creative writing workshop for kids, inspired by the work of Keats.

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

Part of Enfield Literary Festival.

Kurt Barling: Whats About The 'R' Word?

Author and journalist Kurt Barling discusses racism in modern Britain.

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

Part of Enfield Literary Festival.

Museum Lunch Taster Talk - Chase Farm School

Join Joe Studman for August's lunchtime talk. This is the story about how orphaned and deserted children were cared for in the late Victorian Enfield. Come and discover the history of Chase Farm School and see the items on display. Booking is advised but you can also turn up on the day and get a FREE ticket at box office…

Fri 14 Sep

Free / 020 8807 6680

  • 13:00 – 13:30

Roger McGough & LiTTLe MACHiNe

New show from poet Roger McGough, with Walter, Steve & Chris of LiTTLe MACHiNe, featuring a selection of poems set to music.

Sat 30 Jun

£20 / 020 8807 6680

Tina May & Vasilis Xenopoulos

Ziggy's plays host to Top UK Jazz Diva - Tina May, currently among the "hot property" list of British jazz singers. Expect a delicious mix of Tina's emotive songs, romantic ballads & seriously swinging grooves, performed with immaculate pitch and Tina's atmospheric airy vocal tone. Tonight sharing Ziggy's stage with…

Thu 19 Jul

£16 / 020 8807 6680

  • 19:45 – 21:45

Turf Wars Are Never Easy To Escape - John Lucas

A talk on street violence by author John Lucas.

Fri 29 Jun

£8 / 020 8807 6680

What's The Link To Keats And Enfield?

A talk from Linda Carey about the life and works of Keats.

Sat 30 Jun

£5 / 020 8807 6680

  • 16:00 – 17:00

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