Beach London is an award-winning agency and gallery that delivers some of the most fun and talked-about experiential events London. Beach brings exciting content, experiences and campaigns
to life via collaboration – through ideas, experimentation, and working with our vast network of the world’s best creative talent – at our events.

We curate a bespoke team of exciting creatives – fostered through our gallery – before directing and managing their output on various projects. This allows us to be really flexible, and, alongside events, we’ve worked on murals, animation, contents, exhibitions, installations, product and much more.

We’ve organised and hosted experiential events, and worked on exciting artist-designed products and content for established brands such as Converse, Stella McCartney, Red Bull, Puma, Camden Town Brewery and more.

Alongside the agency, we also run a shop and gallery, established since 2011: We’ve worked on a number of unique products and pin badge designs for our shop, usually in collaboration with our events – we love seeing unique and original products by creatives that make beautiful gifts to keep or use.

We’ve stocked everything from skateboards to pin badges, to hand-woven rugs, to incense burners, to air fresheners, and everything in between. Check out the store HERE.



We’ve worked on a wide variety of projects for some of the world’s most exciting brands, including:

  • ASOS
  • Topman
  • MTV
  • Converse
  • Red Bull
  • Somerset House
  • Camden Town Brewery
  • Depop
  • Lazy Oaf
  • Shake Shack


We’ve hosted a number of the world’s most exciting creatives, both emerging and established, and have curated a number of unique group exhibitions at our gallery

  • ‘La Plage’: Jean Jullien
  • Emily Maye: ‘We Were Fought By Men Very Fast’
  • ‘Fifty Two Spheres’: James Jarvis
  • ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’: Beach x The Museum of British Folklore
  • ‘After Hours’: Gaurab Thakali
  • ‘Cunning Folk’ Beach x The Museum of Witchcraft + Magic
  • ‘Let Us Prey’: French
  • ‘Air Fresheners of the Apocalypse’ with Bompas and Parr
  • ArtCade – an exhibition celebrating video game history