Perpetuating the memory of one of the greatest figures of the Victorian age

STORYTELLING: Icelandic Myths, with storyteller Helen Tozer

February 2, 2020 Throughout the afternoon at The Coach House, Kelmscott House

William Morris loved Iceland and Icelandic sagas. He visited the country twice in the 1870s and wrote his own version of an Icelandic epic, Sigurd the Volsung.

Bring the family to celebrate our new Sunday opening hours with storyteller Helen Tozer, who will be telling traditional Icelandic myths. There may be dragons!

Helen will be telling stories at 1pm, 1.30pm, 2pm, 3pm and 3.30pm. Sessions last 20 minutes and are suitable for all the family.

FREE, no need to book.

This event was made possible by an Arts Council England funded, London Museum Development grant.