The Dugdale Centre
- Telephone 020 8807 6680
- Website www.dugdalecentre.co.uk
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
There are 34 events at this location
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Improv comedy show from Ashley J and Tee-J.
Back To The 60's Part 2! Presented By David Short
After an outstanding 9 sell-out shows, David and his incredibly talented bunch are back for their 10th production at the Dugdale, DASH have gone from strength to strength and continually raise the bar with every show. A guaranteed sell out months in advance book now for what promises to be a nostalgic look at the glorious…
Mon 17 Oct
Tue 18 Oct
Wed 19 Oct
- 112 min
- Directed by: Dee Rees
Queen Latifah stars as the legendary blues singer Bessie Smith in this biography following Smith’s transformation from a struggling young singer into 'The Empress of the Blues'.
BigK Live! Christmas Classical Music Recital 2016
BigK Music School believe their students don't just deserve the best of music education, but also a stage! So come on down and enjoy a night filled of live music to kick-start that Christmas spirit. The school specialise in providing quality music tuition and focus on your personal development… from where you are, to…
Thu 8 Dec
Caesar Must Die
- 76 min
- Directed by: Paolo Taviani/Vittorio Taviani
- Written by: William Shakespeare, Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani
- Cast: Cosimo Rega, Salvatore Striano, Giovanni Arcuri
- UK release: 1 March 2013
Compelling documentary about the theatre company of Rome’s Rebibbia prison, rehearsing Shakespeare's Julius Caesar with a cast made up of hardened prisoners. The Taviani brothers' sensitive approach and the impressive performances of the actors helped it to win the Golden Bear at this year’s Berlin Film Festival.
The Canterbury Tales
GreenMatthews retell a medieval masterpiece. Ages 12+.
Chris Marco K: 50 Shades of K
50 Shades of K sees Chris chat about the perils of online dating and the hideous dates he puts himself through.
- Directed by: Elton Townend Jones
- Written by: Rebecca Vaughan
Seasonal tales of terror from Dyad Productions.
A festive kids theatre show by Chickenshed theatre company.
Wed 30 Nov
Fri 2 Dec
Thu 8 Dec
Divas of Broadway Musicals
Big Westend hits featuring songs from Phantom of the Opera, Kinky Boots, Waitress, Jekyll and Hyde, Les Miserables and many more.
An Evening Of Poetry With Nairobi Thompson
Nairobi is a performance artist with a distinctive style. She uses the inspirational poetry she writes to enlighten, challenge and empower her audiences. Join us for the launch of Nairobi's collection of poems, 'Bayonets, Mangoes and Beads: African and Caribbean voices in wartime poetry' which brings to the fore the…
A tale of sisterhood and female solidarity, spanning different generations and races.
Fiesta sounds with Anita La Maltesa and renowned guitarist Ramon Ruiz.
- 117 min
- Directed by: Stanley Nelson
- Cast: Raymond Arsenault, Genevieve Houghton, Gordon Carey
A documentary following the Freedom Riders, courageous American civil rights activists in the 1960s who challenged bus racial segregation laws.
From the Gardens of Spain – Music, Colour, Song and Dance
Spanish jazz and flamenco.
Wed 2 Nov
£15 / 020 8807 6680
A sceptical young man spends a night in a haunted room to prove there are no such things as ghosts, a lonely railway worker is visited by a mysterious spectral figure and a madman is driven to murder: from the golden age of Gothic horror, three tales written by some of the greatest authors of the Victorian era, The Red…
International Voices Of Enfield's Christmas Concert
The choir celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Sat 3 Dec
£11–£12 (Children £6) / 020 8807 6680
Sun 4 Dec
£11–£12 (Children £6) / 020 8807 6680
Jekyll the Ripper
A cabaret of Victorian songs, weird skits and disturbing vignettes.
The broadcaster and established vocalist, performs with her band.
King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys
A swinging non-stop mix of 40s Kansas City jazz and blues.
Sat 5 Nov
Times to be confirmed / £14–£15 / 020 8807 6680
Graham Linehan's adaptation of the classic Ealing comedy.
Thu 22 Sep
Metamorphosis / Oluwa O by Franz Kafka
Adaptation of Kafka's tale, relocating it to a Yoruba village and making the tortured hero into a heroine.
Sun 20 Nov
Mindful Art: A Mind In Enfield Exhibition
Work from a group of local artists, attending art classes at Mind in Enfield and the Enfield Skills for Work centre for Learning Difficulties & Disabilities.
Mon 31 Oct
Tue 1 Nov
Wed 2 Nov
Miscast Musicals 2 – Back With a Vengeance
Music from the musicals, featuring songs from Kinky Boots, Finding Neverland, The Colour Purple, On Your Feet, Chicago and more.
Much Ado About Nothing
- 107 min
- Directed by: Joss Whedon
- Written by: William Shakespeare, Joss Whedon
- Cast: Alexis Denisof, Amy Acker, Fran Kranz, Nathan Fillion
- UK release: 14 June 2013
Shakespeare's spiky, witty, problematic play is the grandparent of the modern romcom, and Whedon's version is no stunt: he's been conducting private readings of it for years. The actors are experienced and adept (with Acker a particular pleasure as Beatrice) and it's realised with simplicity, elegance and emotional…
My Big Greek Bed & Breakfast
The action takes place in the Hotel reception where Stella, the receptionist, is the target of Nikos, the hotel's wealthy owner. At the same time she is woed by Costas the chef, who hasn't got the money but always has something nice to give her. Who finally wins her heart? You will find out when you see the play. Plenty…
- 134 min
- Directed by: Stephen Hopkins
- Written by: Joe Shrapnel/Anna Waterhouse
- Cast: Stephan James, Jason Sudeikis, Jeremy Irons, Carice van Houten
- UK release: 3 June 2016
In 1936, the Olympic Games were held in Berlin. Organised by the ruling Nazi-Party, the games were intended to showcase Hitler’s vision of the supremacy of the Aryan race. That Nazi dream was shattered by a black American athlete named Jesse Owens.
Rock of Ages
A celebration of the 80s from FFBOS.
Rudi Drumming Workshops
High-energy workshop in African drumming.
Rudi Rudi Africa - Love, Goat In The Pearl
Rudi Rudi Africa means back to 'our roots' or taking you back home/in time. A gripping musical production set in "The Pearl of Africa" Uganda, Exploring the changes in an African family's life from tradition cultural values to modernity. The story is brought to life through drums, costumes, dance and songs that capturing…
The ageless story of a nine-year-old boy's dream, roller skating across the world.
Steve Taylor's Big Band Explosion
Drummer Steve Taylor and his band.
Tribute trio to Jimi Hendrix and Cream.