Beano Studios unveils singing rubber chicken window display for Christmas

Beano Studios have unveiled a new window display at its Fleet Street office featuring a choir of singing rubber chickens.

Yes, you read that correctly. The window display has been inspired the reported popularity of rubber chicken content on its online platform in a setting that is brought to life with the press of a button.

Passers by will be able to set off a cacophony of squawking fowls and attempt to enjoy the choir’s special poultry cover of Jingle Bells.

Mike Stirling, editorial director, said “It’s a very merry #Chickmas down at Beano Studios on Fleet Street. 

"We thoroughly enjoyed designing and building this display from Beano’s original vision, working with their illustrators to come up with this tongue-in-cheek (or should that be tongue-in-chick…) festive window celebrating all things Beano. We think it’s definitely worth a rubber neck”

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