Celebrate this cherished holiday tradition in a new way! A collection of the most inventive ads compiled from more than 40 years of British Arrows Awards history comes directly to your home. New and long-standing audiences will enjoy one of the Walker’s most popular events as an online presentation, showcasing a retrospective of viewer and creative-industry favorites. You’ll find loads of self-deprecating humor, social satire and political provocation, singing and dancing, celebrities, and naughty innuendo, all influenced by developing technologies and changing attitudes. This unique screening experience shows how the program has evolved over the decades—leading up to a special selection of new UK ads created under the challenging circumstances of the global pandemic lockdown. Approximately 80 minutes.
Make Your Party Pop
Ticket buyers will receive pro-tips for tea, cocktails, and special recipes—everything you’ll need to bring the party home with British flair! Instructions will be delivered with your confirmation email.
Tickets are $12 ($10 Walker members) per household for online viewing through January 4, limited to North America. Once your purchase is complete, you can view the program as many times as you would like via the Content Page of your online account.
Each ticket includes 20% off your entire purchase of regular priced merchandise at the Walker Shop. For a limited time only, all online purchases made using your British Arrows discount code will receive a special British treat. A portion of ticket sales benefits the Walker Art Center’s year-round programming and staff.
Free Tickets for New Members!
Join as a new Walker member and receive a free ticket for your household to view the British Arrows Greatest Hits. Plus, enjoy free gallery admission, 20% off performance and film tickets, 10% savings on shopping and dining, and access to exclusive virtual member events all year long. Join for as little as $5/month at walkerart.org/membership or by calling 612-375-7655.
British Arrows Greatest Hits will have captioning and audio description. For more information about accessibility, call 612-375-7564 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2020 British Arrows Greatest Hits Program Ad List
Unilever, Marmite, Rescue made for adam&eveDDB by Outsider, directed by James Rouse, 2014.
Levi Strauss & Co, Europe S.A., Levi Jeans, Creek made for Bartle Bogle Hegarty by Lewin and Watson, directed by Vaughan and Anthea, 1994.
Hovis, Bread, Go on Lad made for Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy by Rattling Stick, directed by Ringan Ledwidge, 2009.
John West Salmon, Salmon, Bear made for Leo Burnett by Spectre, directed by Daniel Kleinman, 2001.
Sony, Bravia, Paint made for Fallon London by Academy, directed by Jonathan Glazer, 2007.
K Shoes, Creaks made for Bartle Bogle Hegarty by BFCS Ltd, directed by Bryan Loftus, 1989.
Three UK, The Pony made for Wieden+Kennedy by Blink, directed by Dougal Wilson, 2013.
Parker Pens, Finishing School made for Collett Dickenson Pearce & Partners by Alan Parker Film Company, directed by Alan Parker, 1976.
Levi Strauss, Levi 501 Jeans, Swimmer made for Bartle Bogle Hegarty by Spots Films, directed by Tarsem, 1993.
Cadbury, Cadbury Dairy Milk, Gorilla made for Fallon London by Blink, directed by Juan Cabral, 2008.
Guinness, Surfer made for AMV BBDO by Academy, directed by Jonathan Glazer, 2000.
Sony, Sony Trinitron Colour Television, Tuning People In made for BBDO by Alan Parker Production Co, directed by Alan Parker, 1977.
John Lewis, Christmas, The Long Wait made for adam&eveDDB by Blink, directed by Dougal Wilson, 2012.
NBC Sports Premier League, An American Coach in London made for CP+B London by Rattling Stick, directed by Andy McLeod, 2014 made for TBWA/London by Rattling Stick, directed by Danny Kleinman, 2011.
EMI Records, The Supremes, Three Little Girls made for Collett Dickenson Pearce by Vernon Howe Films, directed by Brian Byfield, 1978.
Sony, Playstation, Double Life made for TBWA GGT Simons Palmer by Gorgeous Enterprises, directed by Frank Budgen, 1999.
T-Mobile, Life’s For Sharing, Dance made for Saatchi & Saatchi by Partizan, directed by Michael Gracey, 2010.
Gallaher, Hamlet Cigars, Photobooth made for Collett Dickenson Pearce & Partners by Rose Hackney Productions, directed by Graham Rose, 1987.
Greenpeace, Ocean of the Future made for Ogilvy & Mather London by Hoi Polloi, directed by Chris Hugall, 2019.
Schweppes, Schweppes Tonic, Strange Taste Test made for Saatchi & Saatchi by Paul Weiland Film Company, directed by Paul Weiland, 1992.
Nike, Nothing Beats a Londoner made for Wieden+Kennedy by Riff Raff Films, directed by Megaforce, 2019.
Lego, Lego Bricks, Kipper made for TBWA by Clearwater Films, directed by Ken Turner, 1981.
H&M Modern Essentials made for Strange Cargo, directed by Marc Forster, 2015
Interbrew UK, Stella Artois, Doctor made for Lowe Lintas by Stink Films, directed by Ivan Zacharias, 2002.
Pirelli, P6000 Tyres, Carl in New York made for Young and Rubicam by Gerard de Thame Films, directed by Gerard de Thame, 1996.
Maxell, Maxell Tapes, Israelites made for Howell Henry Chaldecott Lury by Hutchins Film Company, directed by Molotov Brothers, 1990.
MoneySupermarket, He-Man and Skeleton Feel EPIC made for Mother London by Blink, directed by The Bobbsey Twins from Homicide, 2018.
IKEA, Beds made for Mother by MJZ, directed by Juan Cabral, 2015.
Levi Strauss & Co, Europe S.A., Levi 501, Drugstore made for Bartle Bogle Hegarty by Partizan, directed by Michel Gondry, 1995.
Corona Soft Drinks, Tango Orange Drink, Stanley Gimble made for Doyle Dane Bernbach by Rose Hackney Productions, directed by Graham Rose, 1983.
Yeo Valley, Yo Vall-ey made for BBH by Flynn Productions, directed by Julian Lutz, 2011.
Honda, Impossible Dream made for Wieden+Kennedy by Stink Films, directed by Ivan Zacharias, 2005.
Whitbread Breweries, Whitbread Trophy Best Bitter, Switcheroo made for Lowe Howard-Spink by Rose Hackney Productions, directed by Graham Rose, 1988.
Essity Libresse/Bodyform, #Bloodnormal made for AMV BBDO by Somesuch, directed by Daniel Wolfe, 2018.
H&M, Come Together made for adam&eveDDB by Riff Raff Films and The Directors Bureau, directed by Wes Anderson, 2016.
Volkswagen, Lamp Post made for BMP DDB by Outsider, directed by Paul Gay, 1998.
Honda, Honda Accord, Cog made for Wieden+Kennedy London by Partizan Midi Minuit, directed by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet, 2004.
Curry’s PC World, Spare the Act made for AMV BBDO by O Positive, directed by David Shane, 2016.
Channel 4, Paralympics, We’re the Superhumans made for 4creative by Blink, directed by Dougal Wilson, 2017.
2020 British Arrows Made in Lockdown
Dacia, Dacia Ingenious Productions made for Publicis•Poke by Iconoclast, directed by Vania Heymann & Gal Muggia, 2020.
Yorkshire Tea, Social Distancing Teapot made for Lucky Generals by Another Film Company, directed by Steve Reeves, 2020.
Tesco, Food Love Stories—Dedications made for BBH London by Black Sheep Studios, directed by Oliver Short & Jennifer Ashton, 2020.
Born Free Foundation Creature Discomforts: Life in Lockdown made for ENGINE by Aardman Animations, directed by Peter Peake, 2020.
John Lewis, Showtime made for adam&eveDDB by Stink Films, directed by Traktor, 2020.
Just Eat, Just Eat Food Takeaway, Did Somebody Say—Just Eat ft. Snoop Dogg made for McCann by Riff Raff Films, directed by François Rousselet, 2020.
Heineken, Connections made for Publicis Italy by SMUGGLER, directed by Chris Smith, 2020.