What’s On in and near High Barnet (EN5)

Here are the next 20 events, to see all the events and to be able to search them, head over to highlivingbarnet.com/events/

  • Enfield Market
    Relaunched historic weekly market from Thursday to Saturday, good for local produce, general shopping, with food court, DJ and occasionally live music. Read more »
  • Priceless – A New Play
    Blue Door Theatre Co. are excited to announce their new show Priceless. Following the previous success of their acclaimed show The Boy I Love, Blue Door Theatre Co. are excited to announce their new show Priceless. A comedic sci-fi ecodrama, Priceless takes place in the disturbingly near future. It’s landscape… Read more »
  • Barnet Market
    With its long and fascinating history (dating back to the 12th century), Barnet’s traditional food market is a lively community hub. And rightly so, given the name of the town Chipping Barnet derives from the Anglo Saxon word for market, Chepe or Cheap. Now located by the bandstand at the… Read more »
  • St Albans Market
    This historic market is now firmly established in the city centre and runs the length of St Peters Street offering a wide range of goods. Read more »
  • Oak Hill Parkrun
    Free weekly timed run around Oak Hill Park starting at 9am. Please register before your first run and you only need to register once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode. All details are on website. Meet by the tennis courts / bowls club close to the… Read more »
  • Enfield Market
    Relaunched historic weekly market from Thursday to Saturday, good for local produce, general shopping, with food court, DJ and occasionally live music. Read more »
  • John Brown’s Sculpture and Paintings Exhibition at The Bow House
    You, your family and friends are all invited to John Brown’s latest summer exhibition, showing work in the gallery and the garden of the Bow House. This year they will be showing some new sculptural pieces and paintings, as well as those not exhibited before. Entry by timed tickets only.… Read more »
  • Phoenix Cinema Kids Club
    Tickets for Kids Club are just £3 with a FREE activity for kids aged 5-10 beforehand. Places for the activity are limited and we suggest booking early in person or by calling 020 8444 6789. Tickets for the film are £3. Activities start at 11am sharp and all children attending the workshop… Read more »
  • Priceless – A New Play
    Blue Door Theatre Co. are excited to announce their new show Priceless. Following the previous success of their acclaimed show The Boy I Love, Blue Door Theatre Co. are excited to announce their new show Priceless. A comedic sci-fi ecodrama, Priceless takes place in the disturbingly near future. It’s landscape… Read more »
  • Priceless – A New Play
    Blue Door Theatre Co. are excited to announce their new show Priceless. Following the previous success of their acclaimed show The Boy I Love, Blue Door Theatre Co. are excited to announce their new show Priceless. A comedic sci-fi ecodrama, Priceless takes place in the disturbingly near future. It’s landscape… Read more »
  • Beethoven Eroica Symphony and Mass
    Finchley Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Choir, conductor David Lardi, perform Beethoven. In his third symphony, the ‘Eroica’, Beethoven revolutionised the form. The sheer scale, the emotional power and range, are like nothing that had been heard before. The first movement alone dwarfs many previous symphonies and is followed by a… Read more »
  • St Albans Farmers’ Market
    Get fresh and fruity at the St Albans Farmers’ Market on the 2nd Sunday each month, from 8.00am to 2.00pm. Expect to find local specialities, mouth watering cheeses, seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs, top quality meat and game, dairy produce, freshly baked cakes & bread and hand crafted goods.… Read more »
  • Friary Park Junior Parkrun
    It is a 2k event for juniors only (4 to 14 year olds). Please register before your first visit. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode. Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Friary Park Bowls Club –… Read more »
  • Forty Hall Farmers’ Market
    Come ready to fill your shopping baskets with feast of tasty morsels, including the Farm’s own organic meat, veg and wine. Stock up on bread and pastries from local food heroes Holtwhites Bakery and cheese from the urban cheesemakers Wildes Cheese, along with top notch pies, wild game, preserves, sauces,… Read more »
  • John Brown’s Sculpture and Paintings Exhibition at The Bow House
    You, your family and friends are all invited to John Brown’s latest summer exhibition, showing work in the gallery and the garden of the Bow House. This year they will be showing some new sculptural pieces and paintings, as well as those not exhibited before. Entry by timed tickets only.… Read more »
  • The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck
    Part of the Theatre in the Park programme, usually in Oak Hill Park, on this occasion in High Barnet. Quantum Theatre bring us a brand new adaptation of the much-loved Beatrix Potter tale. This new adaptation is packed full of songs, action and drama, with a score by Gideon Escott,… Read more »
  • The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck
    Theatre in the Park has moved to High Barnet for this one event. Outdoor theatre performance of Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck. This new adaptation by Quantum Theatre is packed full of songs, action and drama, with a score by Gideon Escott, and is guaranteed to delight all… Read more »
  • Friend In Need Tuesday Friendship Lunch Club
    Why not try this weekly Tuesday Lunch Club? It’s a great place to meet friends and good value for money. £8 for two courses and tea or coffee. Call 020 8449 8225 to book a place. Read more »
  • The Proper Blokes Club Walk and Talk
    Come join the group for a great three mile circular route starting and ending at the tube station. We take a slow walk down and around the back streets of the area, whilst having a nice relaxing walk and talk. Read more »
  • Barnet Market
    With its long and fascinating history (dating back to the 12th century), Barnet’s traditional food market is a lively community hub. And rightly so, given the name of the town Chipping Barnet derives from the Anglo Saxon word for market, Chepe or Cheap. Now located by the bandstand at the… Read more »

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