About

Members

  •  we are anyone between the ages of 7 – 25
  •  we come from near and far and are not restricted by where we live
  •  we are welcome at Haringey Shed no matter what our ability
  •  we have an interest in the Performing Arts
  •  we are respectful of others and like to get involved with our local community

Become a member

Volunteers

  • Our volunteers are the backbone of our work here at Shed. Without them, we would really struggle to exist. Their work is invaluable and we do our best to ensure that they feel at home with regular  training and supervision from our Volunteer Manager, Ashling Foat

Find out more about how to volunteer and the roles
or get in touch on 020 8801 7209  email info@haringeshed.org

Our staff team work providing support for the young people on our nightly activities. They are made up of a range of individuals who specialise in this field or who just have a love of working with young people. We run termly training opportunities for all our staff as we are always aiming to develop our practice

Ambassadors

The Ambassadors are a group of our 13 – 16 year olds who have an interest in volunteering and helping others. For example our Youth Theatre members join Children’s Theatre and act as support for our younger members. For the majority they then stay on and participate as a member in their own right. This opportunity allows them to primarily have a really fun and engaging experience, but also to develop the other skills that are required for this work, such as teamwork, building confidence, enabling responsibility and being a leader. The Ambassadors also help us with our other events and act as a voice for the members of Haringey Shed. We are very proud of our Ambassadors as we watch some of their fantastic work and see them develop. This is an opportunity that could be available to any new member who has a similar interest

Our Patrons and Trustees

Sue Johnston

Sue Johnston

David Lammy

David Lammy

Lindsey Coulson

Lindsey Coulson

Haringey Shed’s Board of Trustees are:

  •  Barbara Rajkumar
  •  David Poole
  •  David Wilson
  •  Jill Evans
  •  Jonathan Jacob (Lead for Safeguarding)
  •  Mary Ogbewele
  •  Margot Leicester
  •  Michael Elwyn
  •  Simon Heale (Chair)