All exhibitions are FREE to borrow and display, although any damages will necessitate reimbursement. This is just a small selection of the exhibitions in our collection. Please contact us for a comprehensive list or to arrange borrowing any of them. See below for low-res exhibition samples.


Activism & Campaigns:


'Being Civil in Redbridge'


'Ireland: What was that all about? 'Troops Out' & British Soldiers'


'Proud at Pride'


'Saving the Queens: Queens Market'


'Voices of Leytonstonia: M11 Link Road Protests' 


'Women and Protest in East London'



Culture & Disapora:


'Kamal Chunchie and the 

Coloured Men's Institute'


'Living in Barking: The story of Dr Prasad'


'Luo Community in East London'


'Ugandan Asians in Redbridge'


'Refugee Picture Stories'


'Road to Freedom - Bicentennial of the Abolition of Slavery' 


'Our Brick Lane' 

Leisure, Sports & Parks:


'Black Footballers in East London' 


'Bow and the Olympic park: People's stories'


'Cinema to Synagogue- Odeon Cinema in Gants Hill'


'They took the lead: Clapton Orient and the great War' 


'Folk of Forest Gate'


'Newham people's history'


'Women and Football in East London'  


'Ring Ramblers: Bow and the Olympic Park' 


Work, Trade & Industry:


'Market Traders in Barking Market'


'Working with Disability'


World War I & II:


'Little Germany: The German Community in East London, 1914'


'Silvertown Explosion'