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  1. Discovery with Three logo
Three have a purpose-built centre where individuals, local schools, clubs and organisations can come and ask about, explore, learn and enjoy digital technology. Individuals - Digital technology can be intimidating, new gadgets, new software, new features and apps, etc. We offer practical advice about how…
  2. Mondays 6-7pmĀ 
    These workshops will teach you the basic skills to become a DJ the old school way - using vinyl records. You will be introduced to mixing concepts and the importance of rhythm and coordination. You will learn the basics of safely setting up professional DJ…
  3. After-school and holidays
    Afterschool Club: Monday to Friday, 3.30pm to 6pm. Holiday Playscheme: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5.30pm. Youth Club: Monday and Wednesday, 6.30-8.30pm.
    Elizabeth House Community Warm Space Offer: Drop-in, refreshments, cooked food and wrap-around support. Monday, Wednesday & Friday 11am-4:30pm Visit our website for details on our activities for children, adults and older residents Elizabeth House | Activities (elizabeth-house.org.uk) We run an after-school club and holiday playscheme for children from Reception…
  4. Weekdays 9.30-3.00pm / Prime Times (Evenings and Weekends) 6.00-9.00pm, Saturday 12.45-10.00pm, Sunday 1.30 -8.00pm
    Modern refurbished hall and rooms for hire in N5 Elizabeth House Community Centre is a modern, warm, welcoming Community Centre in Highbury West Ward. It is open to the local community and is used for everything from leisure classes and education, to after school activities,…
  5. Chamber choir founded in 1986 by Mathew Greenhall. Current musical director is Sam Laughton. Choirs objective is to perform a varied repertoire of music to a high standard, specalise in Contemporary music and are known particularly for their adventurous programming. Rigorous auditioning required. We rehearse…
  6. London Fencing Club offers fencing at Finsbury leisure centre, Norman St, EC1V 3PU, including for young people. The map shows where fencing and all sport and physical activity is on offer in Islington.  British Fencing is the national governing body for fencing. Sport and physical activity has full…
  7. FICA-London runs Capoeira Angola classes, rodas and community projects in North London since 2001. We are a part of Fundação Internacional de Capoeira Angola – International Capoeira Angola Foundation founded by Mestre Cobra Mansa in Washington DC in 1995. FICA now consists of more than…
  8. Course runs 2 mornings a week ie: Monday and Wednesday 10am -12.00pm
    Unique Employability programme that uses the sport of boxing as a means of engagement. We run a 4 week boxing course with 4 week intensive and up to 6 months on going employability support aimed at individuals further from the Labour Market (ex offenders, ex…
  9. The courts are operated by The Access to Sports Project in partnership with Finsbury Park Sports Partnership and Haringey Council. Finsbury Park Tennis Courts comprise nine tennis courts. Seven of the courts are full size and are bookable for adult play and two are mini…
  10. Finsbury Square has: - 6 rink grass bowling green- Annual bedding displays- Rose beds- Public toilets- Refreshments available onsite (Not part of hire fee)- Bowls provided Online Booking only: https://www.openplay.co.uk/view/1717/finsbury-square
  11. There are a wide range of fitness classes available at the Islington Leisure Centres, from high-energy dance or cardio classes to strength, conditioning, mind and body. There’s something for everyone. Fitness class timetables and time slots are bookable via the Better UK app or by…
  12. Find on this page: Leisure centres that offer fitness classes Sports clubs and community centres that offer fitness classes Other organisations that offer fitness classes The national governing body for group exercise Leisure centres that offer yoga Community centres that offer yoga Other organisations in…
  13. Fitness First offers a gym and exercise classes. There are two sites in Islington: Angel http://www.fitnessfirst.co.uk/gyms/london-angel/ Highbury http://www.fitnessfirst.co.uk/gyms/london-highbury/
  14. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm to 11pm
    Book your table football zone for exclusive use to play with friends and play fun matches. Every zone comes with an official competition foosball and seating area to enjoy craft beer and delicious pizza. Walk in now available, just buy tokens at the bar. Foosball…
  15. Find on this page: Parks with football pitches for hire Parks with football pitches that are free to use Leisure centres and schools with football pitches for hire Organisations in Islington that offer football The national governing body for football The map shows where football and all…
  16. Tuesday and Thursday 4.30pm-5.30pm
    Logo Islington Football Development Parntership deliver Soccaskills sessions at Sobell Leisure Centre on a Tuesday and Thursday 4:30pm to 5.30pm. This is for the age range of 5 to 9 years and provides an introduction to games and basic skills as well as providing a platform for…
  17. Islington has five parks with football pitches for hire: Highbury Fields Paradise Park Rosemary Gardens Tufnell Park playing fields Whittington Park You can also play football at leisure centres: Finsbury Leisure Centre Market Road football pitches, next to Islington Tennis Centre Sobell leisure centre William…
  18. A free exercise class takes place in King Square Gardens. This is on Saturdays 10am, and last for one hour. The class is taken by experience, fully qualified instructors, and a suitable for a range of abilities. Open to people aged 16+. For more information…
  19. Gunners in Islington (partnership between Aquaterra, Islington Council and The Arsenal), is organising this five-a-side ball game for boys and girls, aged from 5 to 14 years. Because of the way the ball is weighted, it lets children control the ball more. Games are being…
  20. Arsenal Football Club’s LGBT supporters group, ‘Gay Gooners’ was established in early 2013 and now has more than 90 members. The GayGooners are the biggest LBGTQ fan group of any football club in England. We exist: - to provide a social group for LGBTQ Arsenal…
  21. Office: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Helpline:Mondays: 10am to 6pm Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays: 10am to 4pm Wednesdays: 10am to 1pm and 5pm to 7pm The helpline is closed on all public holidays
    Gingerbread campaigns for better rights for single-parent families so that their children are not disadvantaged and do not experience poverty and isolation. Gingerbread offers a free telephone advice line for single parents, a membership scheme with over 10,000 members with access to local self-help groups,…
  22. Local Community Centre. The centre is located on the ground floor and is fully accessible. It has a spacious lobby, galley kitchen and main hall. Maximum occupancy of 60. The centre is available at weekends for children's parties and celebrations from 9am to 10pm and…
  23. Go Mammoth runs sports leagues across London including Islington: basketball  5-a-side football  netball  and also fitness classes, yoga and boxing