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Culture Capital

Come face-to-face with the game-changers, trailblazers, and intellectuals who have helped shape modern British culture.

David Attenborough

An Inspirational broadcaster, presenter, conservationist and undisputed British national treasure, Sir David Attenborough has arrived at Madame Tussauds London.

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Olly Alexander

British singer, actor and Years & Years singer. The trailblazing Olly Alexander has arrived in the Culture Capital.

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Winston Churchill

Stand alongside one of the most indomitable figures in British history, the wartime Prime Minister who steered Great Britain to victory, Winston Churchill.

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Princess Diana

A high-profile charity supporter, iconic presence on the world stage, and devout mother to William and Harry, The People's Princess takes spot in the Culture Capital.

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Emmeline Pankhurst

Feminist trailblazer, political activist and key figure in helping women win equal voting, Emmeline Pankhurst stands resolute, embodying her unyielding motto 'deeds not words'.

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Widley regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, with the record for most goals & assists in the Champions League and 5 Ballon d'or awards.

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Anthony Joshua

A two time unified world heavyweight champion and Olympic gold medallist, Anthony Joshua stands tall in his boxing stance, proudly representing both Great Britain and Nigeria every time he makes his walk to the ring.

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex

A philanthropic power couple, utilizing their resources to create a positive impact on communities in need, as well as the founders of the Archewell Foundation, which has donated over £2.4 million to those in need.

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Lewis Hamilton

Lewis personally donated the outfit for his figure, it celebrates the first time he wore all-black overalls as part of the Mercedes team's diversity campaign in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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William Shakespeare

Widley regarded as the greatest writer in history, and author of 154 sonnets, 38 plays and 2 narratives, William Shakespeare's works have greatly defined what the English language is today.

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UK rapper, Grime artist and founder of the 'Stormzy Scholarship', which has provided financial support to multiple UK black students, helping to completely transform their university experience.

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Jessica Ennis-Hill

Best known for winning heptathlon gold at the 2012 London Olympics, British track and field star Jessica Ennis-Hill has cemented her status as both a dominant athlete and a source of inspiration for her advocacy of an active lifestyle.

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