St Mary’s, Walthamstow, London
St Mary’s is where it all started. We worked closely with the leadership to we build a strong arts programme. We installed a brand-new production infrastructure to partner with large festivals such as the London Jazz Festival. Since then, we’ve hosted many other events companies.
Nestled in Waltham Forest in North East London, St Mary’s, Walthamstow is a cherished church. Now, it’s also a new significant arts space in the local community. St Mary’s enjoys backing from local MP Stella Creasy. We were instrumental in securing Waltham Forest’s Borough of Culture 2019 bid, and hosted many of its headline events. We are part of the council’s regeneration plans as a go-to cultural destination. And through our partnership, we helped secure a £1.6million (matched to £3.3million) Heritage Grant. With this grant, we’re turning the church into a world-class performing arts centre.
We work to galvanise the local music sector and have them front & centre of our programming. We specialise in booking world, folk and jazz music. We are proud to have a strong connection to Tamil, Roma and Eastern European communities. We will continue to co-create memorable audience experiences with these partnerships.
“It has been a great privilege for St Mary’s to be at the very beginning of the Music Halls journey. St Mary’s Music Hall has been a place of beautiful music, warm hospitality and genuine community for over three years. We have been proud to host musicians of exceptional talent and to be a place where the stories of diverse communities can be told and celebrated.”
Revd Vanessa Conant, Rector, St Mary’s Walthamstow
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