Celebrate World Record Day In Carnaby With David Bowie Exhibition

By Zoe Craig Last edited 26 months ago
Celebrate World Record Day In Carnaby With David Bowie Exhibition
David Bowie. Photo: BBC Arena

Celebrate World Record Store Day in Carnaby this week, with a pop-up exhibition dedicated to David Bowie.

Curated by the Museum of Soho, Bowie's Soho showcases the star's love of the area and the record shops he frequented during his life.

Pop in, and you can also see exclusive artists' tributes to Bowie, exploring his alternating personas from Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke.

You can also buy Bowie prints and posters in store.

Photo: BBC Arena

This year's World Record Store Day (16 April) features a tribute to Bowie, who died in January: there'll be picture disc reissues of The Man Who Sold the World and TVC 15, along with a 50th anniversary release of Pye singles, I Dig Everything: The Pye Years 1966.

Bowie's Soho runs from 14-21 April, 10am-8pm at 35 Beak Street, Carnaby, Soho, W1F. Entrance is free.

Last Updated 12 April 2016


Alma serena.

Alma dulce

y serena como

el canto del

sol en los

meses modernos,

alma dichosa

como el llanto

del mar cuando

el soplo regresa.....

Francesco Sinibaldi

Julie Green

I know it sounds like a whinge but I wish you wouldn't do that US-style "Carnaby"


Eh? Celebrate World Record Day?? Are there any McWhirter's left? It should be World Record SHOP Day anyway, I'm with Mark & Stuart on this. Keep out the Americanisms!

Charlie Gillan

I hate that too. In the eighties they tried to re-brand this area as " West Soho ". It didn't catch on in the same way as "Midtown "" hasn't / won't.