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The Government Art Collection

Year-long

The Government Art Collection will display the work of internationally-famous British artists in shop-windows, libraries and venues across the borough, making art accessible to ...

Seeds of Change Commission

Summer 2019

Three amazing locations, each using culture as a catalyst to connect communities,  are coming together to create a brand new touring spectacle.   In 2019, ...

E17 Art Trail

1-16 June 2019

A 16-day artist led festival featuring the creative work of over 7500 artists, makers, performers and Waltham Forest residents. Now in its 14th year, the E17 Art Tra...

Re-Textured Festival

Thursday 28-Sunday 31 March 2019

Experimental electronic music, brutalist and industrial architecture and lighting installations combine in dramatic fashion for this new festival. Re-Textured Festiv...

Roger Ascham: Dancers in Residence

January-March 2019

New Adventures, Matthew Bourne’s award-winning dance-theatre company, will run a Dancers in Residence project with Roger Ascham Primary School resulting in a once in a lifeti...

Bauhaus Centenary

June-December 2019

Form Function and the Outdoors and Pioneers of the Modern Movement 2019 marks a century of the Bauhaus – the 20th century’s most iconic architecture and design m...

Welcome to the Forest

Friday 11-Sunday 13 January 2019

Opening event Inspired by our year’s themes of Radicals, Makers and Fellowship Welcome to the Forest will be the biggest party Waltham Forest has ever see...

Waltham Forest Tours

Year-long

Hello and welcome to Waltham Forest Tours. Waltham Forest Tours is London Borough of Culture 2019’s very own alternative travel agency for days i...

The People's Forest

Year-long

London’s urban woodland: The People’s Forest  Epping Forest – London’s urban woodland – touches every corner of Waltham Forest, from Leyton in the Sou...

EastSide Story

Year-long

If you could share your story, what would you say? EastSide Story will unite young people from two local estates to tell their own stories in their own word...