The House of Annie Lennox closes its doors on Sunday in London after a very successful 5½ months at its home in the Victoria and Albert museum. It moves up to Salford and The Lowry in March where it opens with an extension with additional costumes, memorabilia and a lyric space.


This exciting one-room display explores the image and creative vision of Annie Lennox, whose music and personal style is internationally renowned. On display are costumes and accessories worn by Lennox, photographs, personal treasures and awards, ephemera from the political campaigns she has championed, recorded interviews, and music videos. The House of Annie Lennox is in Room 104 and entrance is free.


For more details visit the V&A website here