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Welcome to Beast in Show!

Welcome to Beast In Show, a top-notch collection of illustrated gifts and homewares brought to you by the duo behind (an online boutique specialising in illustrated tea towels).

The Beast In Show range includes ToDryFor’s own-brand tea towels alongside mugs, cushions, and more. Working with both established and up-and-coming artists and illustrators, including talented people like Rob Ryan and Gemma Correll, means that Beast In Show offers contemporary products with on-trend applied graphics. 

Welcome to Beast in Show!

Beast in Show News

Christmas 2020 - Last Order Dates

Christmas 2020 - Last Order Dates

Oh crap. Is it really Christmas again? Yup. 

You'd better take a look at our last order dates to make sure your goodies arrive in time!

At least you now have an excuse to drink Baileys at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.

November 27, 2020 by Sally Emery
Closing Sale

Closing Sale

We've decided to close our Beast In Show website to concentrate on our one true love...tea towels. You'll still therefore be able to buy all your dishcloth favourites over on ToDryFor, and any remaining Beast In Show goodies via our Not On The High Street page.

Before we finally close the lid on the beast, we're offering 25% off ceramics, cushions, placemats, and bags! There's no need for a special secret code, as the discount will be applied automatically to your basket. Go take a look!

January 28, 2020 by David Emery
NEW! Natural History range

NEW! Natural History range

We are hyped to introduce our new Natural History range of ToDryfor tea towels, launching with Crystals, Living Corals, and Cock of the Rock.

Inspiration for the new range is taken from a collection of vintage illustrations featuring the wonders of our natural world. Prepare to do your best David Attenborough impression whilst washing up. 'Here we are at the heart of the family home to observe the drying of dishes, a daily ritual of homo sapiens. If we can get in close enough we will hopefully be lucky enough to see the male of the species taking part as well.'

January 17, 2018 by Sally Emery