This summer we’re working with Paint the Change, Tower Hamlets Local History Library and ArchivesHalima Khanom, plus more community partners to create a mural on the front of our building.

We want to welcome you back and celebrate the local community as we come out of lockdown.

This mural will celebration of all identities, and we want as many people as possible to be part of it!


We’re inviting you to submit an image that best represents who you are! This can be a drawing, photo, painting, or a collage – whatever you feel best captures your story. We’re encouraging you to send your submissions into us by Mon 16 Aug, if you would like to do this in person come down to our building and drop your submission off with our Box Office team.


You can send your submissions in to by Mon 16 Aug along with your name and a short bit of text about why you chose your image.


Sun 25 Jul – Family Workshops

Sun 1 Aug – Young Peoples’ Workshop

Halima Khanom is the Heritage Officer, Learning and Participation at the Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives. She has over 10 years of experience and is interested in using heritage as a way of engaging socially isolated and marginalized groups with place,  particularly their own locale.

Paint the Change is a global street art project for social justice. We believe that public art can play a powerful role in stimulating discussions around urgent social issues. A mural is not just a work of art: it becomes a social and digital event and a focus for dialogue and progress.

Paint the Change Website / Paint the Change Instagram