Sat 6th October
Northaw Transition AGM – 12.30pm In Ash Field
Apple Day – 1 pm onwards
GOING AHEAD IN THE SCOUT HUT NEXT TO THE ORCHARD (SAME ENTRANCE AND PARKING). SO COME ALONG AND ENJOY THE ACTIVITIES AND COMEDY SHOW IN THE DRY!
Our main event of the year. Children’s activities and competitions, circle dancing, apple tasting, plants, cider, cakes and refreshments
Allsortz Comedy 4.30-5.30pm
Allsortz Comedy run a monthly stand up comedy night at The Queen’s Arms in Barnet hosted by Chris Markiewicz, the only 62 year old, visually impaired comedian of Polish descent on the planet! The nights feature up and coming stand up comedians from the London comedy club circuit. Allsortz has been running for 18 months now on the first Wednesday evening of each month to a packed room of enthusiastic audience including many regulars.
Hassan Dervish is a musical and spoken word comedian with fun storytelling rhymes set to an original soundtrack. His act features a range of characters – stories of modern life that everyone will be able to identify with.
A semi-finalist at Amused Moose 2016, a finalist at Comedy Virgins Max Turner Prize 2017, First Brighton Fringe Show launched in May 2017, as heard on Talk Radio hosted by Iain Lee
Finchley’s own Pauline recently reaching the semi finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards..
And, she’s fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, where her show “Better” attracted sell out audiences. Pauline brings her thoughts on marriage, menopause and man spreading to the event!
With a delightful stage presence and hilarious material, Sasha joins us following her one hour, one woman show at London’s famous Soho Theatre. The write up for the show states:
“At the tender age of three Sasha Ellen accidentally killed a kitten… And she hasn’t stopped murdering since. A heartwarming stand-up show about family ties and murdered pets. “
Expect an interesting set!
Sasha has had two previous successful Edinburgh shows, one of which transferred to the Soho Playhouse in New York.
“Genuinely fresh” – The Scotsman
Tommy Ettling is an up-and-coming stand up, making a name for himself with quick-witted one-liners, off beat delivery and a unique rhythm.
A past writer for radio, television and theatre, he has been described as: “Young, talented and very, very funny” by British Theatre Guide
If you would like to come and help us with tasks in the orchard please go to our Volunteer page for details.