Advance booking essential Exhibition
Amy: Beyond the Stage
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.
To celebrate the anniversary of Amy's birthday and the launch of the exhibition, a hand painted mural was displayed on Camden High Street.
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.
Membership plus: Enjoy free, unlimited entry for you and a guest to Amy: Beyond the Stage and all other exhibitions, priority access to events, discounts in the shop and more for an entire year.
Student Membership: Enjoy special discounts on exhibitions, events and learning programmes from just £45 for the year.
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Combine your adult ticket with Amy Winehouse: Beyond Black, the brand new publication and definitive story of Amy's life and career told through key photographs, never-before-seen memorabilia and recollections collated by Amy's stylist and close friend Naomi Parry (Hardcover, Thames & Hudson).
Get the bundle for only £42 by choosing to add the book to your basket after selecting your ticket and collect the book on the day of your visit.
The Design Museum has thought carefully about how to depict Amy's story and we are very aware that references to her personal struggles may be difficult for some visitors.
If you would like information or support with any of the issues raised in the exhibition, we would encourage you to contact one of the following organisations who have specialist knowledge and experience:
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