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Amy: Beyond the Stage

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Amy: Beyond the Stage

OPEN UNTIL 10 APRIL 2022

The Design Museum:

The Design Museum is located at 224 – 238 Kensington High Street, London W8 6AG.

What to expect:

Amy Winehouse’s unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look, made her one of the music world’s most beloved artists.

Discover the story of Amy’s early career through her recordings and teenage notebooks to unravel the creative process behind her music, and pay tribute to her rich range of influences, from Dinah Washington to Mark Ronson, Camden to ’60s pop, Motown to jazz.​

Explore the outfits she wore during her greatest performances, handwritten lyrics and personal items that have never been exhibited before, including her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, to step backstage with a cultural icon that the world lost too soon.​

The exhibition has been organised by the Design Museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse which is waiving its right to royalties in favour of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

The exhibition has been kindly supported by John & María Pfeffer.

Booking Information:

Online booking in advance is essential.

Adult tickets from £14.50
Student tickets from £10.75*
Family tickets from £21.75

*There are a range of concession tickets available.

SATURDAY 12 MARCH 2022, 15.00 – 16.00

Join tour guide Edward Richards for a special insight into Amy: Beyond the Stage, delivered in British Sign Language.

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