QQF is now a charity. The Charity Commission have approved our application for charitable status and our charity registration number is 1177196.
The QQF football team, Q Q Fantastico, played their first six-a-side match on Friday December 1st against Talacre Titans. Fantastico won 14-10. Pictures to come soon.
Each week QQF run a Healthy Walk where anyone is free to join us walking in the local area. We walk around the Queen's Crescent area of Camden, including Gospel Oak and Kentish Town. We often visit Kentish Town City Farm.
Just before Christmas we won an award at the Camden Volunteer Awards ceremony for running our community walk.
QQF perform at an event at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on Thursday March 17th. The event is inspired by street artist Banksy and features QQF performing scenes from Romeo And Juliet with a Banksy twist alongside a Banksy-themed art exhibition by students from the John Dewey Independent Specialist College.
Mountview Academy is at Kingfisher Place, Clarendon Road, Wood Green, London N22 6XF.
Entrance is free. Show at 1 pm.
QQF make their first public performance on Friday October 9th when Larraine Revah, the Mayor of Camden, introduces a special preview performance of excerpts from our first show "A Midsummer Ice Cream". This is at the Old Town Hall on Judd Street. The QQF players will perform for the Mayor and a small audience.