However it has moved up the road a little bit to the car park of Tottenham Chances Arts & Music centre.
Tottenham Green Market promises to offer “the best in local eating, drinking and shopping. Visitors can buy delicious fresh bread, cakes, charcuterie, jams, chutneys and cheeses – all made in the neighbourhood – plus rare breed beef, lamb and pork and seasonal vegetables from slightly further afield.
“For breakfast/brunch/lunch there are Caribbean delights, Steak Frites, Indian treats, slow cooked meat sandwiches, cupcakes and loads more.”
Cheese suppliers Wildes Cheese are one of the finalists in this year’s Urban Food Awards. The market will also feature honey from Tottenham Marshes – now that is shopping local.
And of course local favourites Craving Coffee will be keeping us caffeinated.
Tottenham Green Market
10am till 3pm, every Saturday
T Chances, 399 Tottenham High Road, N17 6QN.
Figure you have it in you to capture the human body in sketch? Now’s your chance. Tottenham Art Classes are running life drawing – drawing a human figure from observation of a live model – classes every Thursday evening.
You can just drop into the sessions, which cost £5, at Tottenham Chances. Continue reading →
This Saturday Tottenham World Film Club will be screening “NO” (2013) an acclaimed Chilean comic drama
The film explores the 1988 marketing campaign that toppled Augusto Pinochet‘s 15 year rule. The military dictator had been forced to call a plebiscite on extending his presidency. Opposition leaders for the No campaign persuade a brash young advertising executive to spearhead their campaign. Continue reading →
This Saturday, Tottenham World Film Club are screening the documentary The Road: A Story of Life and Death.
The road in question is the A5, connecting Holyhead to Marble Arch and the traditional route of Irish immigrants coming to the capital, and this documentary looks at a handful of very different immigrants who have made London their home.
Tonight sees a screening of the award-winning film My Brother the Devil, followed by a Q & A with its director, Sally El Hosaini. The film centres around the relationship between two brothers, played by previously unknown actors. Although one of the film’s other principles, Saïd Taghmaoui, has had a long career including the recent Conan remake and the French “urban” classic La Haine. Here’s the film’s official trailer: