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A night of Morris-inspired electronica
Darren Hayman performs his new collection of songs based on William Morris's Chants for Socialists
A free weekend of music, theatre, arts & crafts, food and family activity in beautiful Lloyd Park
A special gig celebrating the Stow Festival's fifth anniversary
Discover the dark side to classic fairy tales through music, poetry and spoken word
E17 Puppet Project perform their sell out show based on Morris's Icelandic sagas
Explore the art of protest through punk music and poetry
FREE late event for people aged 16 - 25 with live performances from award winning poets, free food and hands on activities with Paekakariki Press.
A magical evening of immersive illumination
Art, music and vocal performances to celebrate LGBT History Month
Interactive sessions for families with award-winning storyteller Giles Abbott
An after-hours celebration of the end of the day in the Gallery where William Morris once lived, with poetry by Joelle Taylor and Dzifa Benson, and music by Darren Hayman.
An evening for dreaming and lively discussion
Our first WMG Late open mic night, plus inspiring performances and a ceramics workshop co-curated with Vine Collective. Find out how you can perform at the William Morris Gallery Late!
An evening of Morris-inspired performances
Join Bobby Baker and fellow artists in their epic quest to diagnose the William Morris Gallery!
Get fired up over a century of art and music campaigning for political change
Discover the intense glow of Indian culture
Discover the Icelandic Volsung legends with a thrilling new puppet performance
A night of poetry, discussion and music inspired by William Morris's travels in Iceland.
Join the Big Weave to discover for yourself how enjoyable weaving can be
To celebrate the publication of a brand new set of works in collaboration with Rough Trade Books we present an evening with the authors and artists involved.
Discussion and performance exploring videogames as a contemporary craft discipline
Lloyd Park, Forest Road
Walthamstow, London, E17 4PP 020 8496 4390
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm
The William Morris Gallery is owned and operated by Waltham Forest Council