LS Lowry at Tate Britain – two-for-one offer
Book by 14 July to save on tickets to this major new show
Friday 21 June 2013
This summer Tate Britain presents a major exhibition of landscapes by the much-loved British painter LS Lowry (1887–1976) – the first show held by a public institution in London since the artist’s death. Bringing together around eighty works, the show aims to re-assess Lowry’s contribution as part of a wider art history and to argue for his achievement as Britain’s pre-eminent painter of the industrial city.
Readers can get two exhibition tickets for the price of one, saving £15.
Book before 14 July 2013 using the code 241i online at tate.org.uk. Alternatively, book by phone on 020 7887 8998, quoting "241independent".
For more information about Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life at Tate Britain, click here.
Terms and Conditions: Call 020 7887 8998 and quote "241independent" or enter code "241i" when booking online (£2 booking fee per transaction applies). This offer is available on full price tickets to Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life at Tate Britain from 26 June until 20 October 2013. Tickets usually £15.00. Offer valid on tickets booked before 14 July 2013. These offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts or promotions. No cash alternatives. Subject to availability. The promoter reserves the right to cancel offers at any time. Ticket offer cannot be used for group bookings. Promoter: Tate Britain.
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