Fair Chanukah Fayre - Sunday 27 October 2013

Ethical marketplace, plus entertainment, presenters & hands-on workshops exploring ethical & environmental themes within & beyond a Jewish context.

Sunday 27th October 2013


Origins: Maori Heritage Project (May 2011 - June 2012)

Participation and Learning project of the Origins: Festival of First Nations 2011

Funding has been awarded to our partner Border Crossings for the second Origins: Festival of First Nations by Arts Council England, and for the associated Participation and Learning project by the Heritage Lottery Fund. 


The Flower (Touring June - July 2011)

A new performance combining dance, animation & original live music. Touring London primary schools 13th June – 1st July 2011.

 "Beautiful, clever, charming."

(Yr 6 teacher, Rhodes Avenue Primary School, N11)


 "The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves & had wonderful ideas for interpretation.

Aspire Citizenship Event

In December 2010 and 2011, we facilitated two more end-of-term celebrations for Toynbee Hall's Aspire project. These events present an opportunity for participants to recap Citizenship themes explored during the term and focus on the topic they each find most meaningful.

Aspire - Spring Term, 2010

Polygon Arts is pleased to again be a partner delivering Toynbee Hall's Aspire project.

Aspire works with Year 9 (13-14 year olds) students from various schools across East London, encouraging them to actively engage with their learning and life opportunities. The Aspire students are referred to the project because they fall into the category of ‘excluded within school rather than from school’.