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’90 Ways To See The Queen’

We Built This City launches alternative royal souvenir collection at 'Beakingham Palace'


Whilst WBTC takes a short break while essential landlord maintenance works are carried out on their Carnaby Street store, they’ve opened a very special 10 day royal residency at ‘Beakingham Palace’ (35 Beak Street, W1) ahead of Her Majesty’s first official 90th birthday celebrations this May.


Open until Tuesday 17th May, WBTC are hosting a collection of 90 artist-designed alternative royal souvenirs and limited edition artworks – all celebrating the many influences of Elizabeth II’s long and illustrious reign.

Curated from London’s most exciting artists, designers and makers, WBTC royal residency showcases new work from Daisy Emerson, Rugman, Kathy Dalwood, Claudia Borfiga, Paul Thurlby, Annie Little, Melissa White and many more.

A way to see The Queen as you’ve never seen her before!


WBTC at ‘Beakingham Palace’
35 Beak Street
Until Tuesday 17th May
Monday – Saturday: 10am-7pm
Sunday: 12-6pm

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