Crouch End Festival Chorus: Karl Jenkins the Armed Man 8 June 2019 from 11am to 3.30pm

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Come and sing The Armed Man, Karl Jenkins’ popular mass for peace, with world-class choir Crouch End Festival Chorus on 8 June 2019 from 11am to 3.30pm. Led by music director David Temple, this free workshop is open to all, whatever your level of singing experience.

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Crouch End Festival: A Unique Open Mic Night at 8pm on 12 June 2019

Calling all musicians who like to explore and push boundaries!

Come along unique open mic evening with a difference on Wednesday June 12th 2019 at Holy Innocents from 8:00 to 10.30pm. Entry to the event is free (voluntary donations can be made to the church). A bar will be available.

This evening of musical adventure is part of the Crouch End Festival.  It is an opportunity to explore creativity and take music to the edges. Bring an instrument. Bring an open mind.

All musical styles are welcome but no shredders!

Organ Recital 28 April 2019

Holy Innocents Hornsey OrganOn Sunday 28 April at 5.45pm,  Fr Clement Carelse, will be giving an organ recital. Please feel free to join us to hear some beautiful  music in the tranquil surroundings of Holy Innocents Church.

Read more about the interesting history (and journey) of our Canadian Rieger-Kloss Krnov pipe organ here.

Christian Basics Course

We are starting  ‘Christian Basics’ course. The course is aimed at  new Christians and those who want a refresher.

There will be six sessions held on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.00pm starting from 8 May 2019.

The course will be run by clergy from Holy Innocents, Holy Trinity and Hornsey Parish Church.

Contact us if you would like to join the course, get details of the venue, or if you would like to find out a bit more about it.

Crouch End Festival – 14th & 15th June 2018

As part of the Crouch End Festival, Holy Innocents will play host to two creative performances.

The Cecil Sharp House Choir & Wing-It Singers will perform music from a variety of European cultures on Thursday 14th June at 8.00pm. Come along to hear beautiful harmonies from Italy, Georgia, Britain, Ukraine, Spain, Ireland, Serbia, and more! Tickets available on the door: £6 adults; £3 children. Bar available.

Then, on Friday 15th June, the Factory Theatre company will be holding a performance of Macbeth at the church, starting at 7.00pm.

Please do come along for two enjoyable evenings, celebrating local talent.