Press Office Contact Details

V&A Press Office

The Press Office is responsible for securing broadcast and editorial coverage in magazines, newspapers and online for the V&A's exhibitions and major events such as gallery openings.

Victoria and Albert Museum
South Kensington
London
SW7 2RL

Press Office (main)
+44(0)207 942 2502
press.office@vam.ac.uk

Lily Booth, Assistant Press Officer
+44(0)207942 2502
l.booth@vam.ac.uk

Lucy Hawes, Press Officer
+44(0)207 942 2500
l.hawes@vam.ac.uk

Zoe Franklin, Senior Press Officer
+44(0)207 942 2497
z.franklin@vam.ac.uk

Olivia Colling, Head of Press
+44(0)207 942 2725
o.colling@vam.ac.uk


V&A Shop and Publishing Press Office

For V&A Shop and V&A Publishing product and book requests as well as any press queries regarding the V&A Shop branches please contact:

Julie Chan, Press and Communications Manager for VAE
Tel. +44(0)207 942 2701

j.chan@vam.ac.uk

Samantha Safer, Head of Brand Communications for VAE
Tel. +44(0)207 942 2878
s.safer@vam.ac.uk


V&A Magazine

Kate Davey (Tuesday–Wednesday)
Assistant Editor
Tel. +44(0)207942 2276
k.davey@vam.ac.uk

Sarah Strickland
Assistant Editor
Tel. +44(0)207 942 2276
s.strickland@vam.ac.uk


V&A Museum of Childhood

V&A Museum of Childhood
Cambridge Heath Road
London
E2 9PA

Joanna Bolitho (Monday - Thursday)
Marketing Manager
Tel. +44(0)20 8983 5219
Email. j.bolitho@vam.ac.uk

Private Group Tours & Talks

We offer a wide range of tours to meet your group requirements. Whether a group has a special area of interest, wishes to explore a particular gallery or just get an overview of the Museum's collection the Groups Team can help.

View our Private Group Tours & Talks

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Charles James: Designer in Detail (Hardback)

Charles James: Designer in Detail (Hardback)

‘If a stitch is crooked, the whole dress is torn to shreds’ Virginia Woolf, 1933 Charles Wilson Brega James (1906–78) w…

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Event - Design Culture Salon 14: How dependent is the design profession on cultures of migration?

Fri 20 February 2015 18:30

EVENING EVENT: Immigration has been a bargaining point between the political parties in the run up to the 2015 election and can be seen to particularly divide attitudes to working cultures in the UK. Economic experts point to the vital and invigorating role immigration plays in our national economy.

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