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Memories from her Family
Two years after the sudden death of R&B singer, Amy Winehouse, her brother, Alex, has created a touching exhibition that explores the intricacies of her life. Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait will be on display at the Jewish Museum until the 15th September, where you will have unprecedented access to Amy's personal belongings that reveal her passion for music, fashion, and the close bond she had with her family.
Discover Amy's interests beyond the world stage, such as her
love of suduko and Snoopy. You can also learn more about her Jewish heritage, and get a behind the scenes look at Amy's home life with unseen photographs of childhood and Friday night dinners.
Admission to the museum is £7.50 for adults, £6.50 for concessions, and £3.50 for children. You can also book other events like a Fundraising Reception on 18th July for £30, which goes towards the Amy Winehouse Foundation. There will also be a walking tour of Amy's home town, Camden on the 4th August. The £13.50 tour will reveal the town's musical heritage.