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Amy Winehouse Late: Icon
Image Credit: Jon Holloway
Amy Winehouse Late: Icon
Image Credit: Mark Okoh

Amy Winehouse Late: Icon

Delve into the life of a music, style and queer icon with a evening of creative events.

4 May 2017 | Visit website

Amy was a music, style and queer icon – delve into all these sides of her personality in this fun late opening.

Hear the stories behind ‘Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait’ with our curator, celebrate Amy as a queer icon with 'Queer Tours of London - A Mince Through Time’ who will be delivering a fabulous spoken word performance in tribute to Amy, learn more about street art from Lee Bofkin of Global Street Art, enjoy live music performances and take part in fun craft activities and workshops inspired by Amy's style and music.

Admission includes entry to the two exhibitions, Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait and Pegasus: Love is a Losing Game.

Amy Winehouse Late: Icon is on 4 May between 6-9pm at The Jewish Museum. Adult admission is £10 and student admission is £5. Find out more and book tickets here.

Raymond Burton House , 129-131 Albert St , London NW1 7NB

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