Win tickets to Affordable Art Fair
Tuesday 15 February 2011
France is not only home to some of the most delicious cheeses on offer but also some of the finest art. Vive le Cheese is embracing its love of art at the Affordable Art Fair.
We’re offering five lucky people the chance to win a double private view pass to London's Affordable Art Fair on Wednesday 9 March. The passes, for an exclusive Charity Private View, are worth a cool £50 each.
The Affordable Art Fair makes contemporary art accessible to everyone, and proves that you don’t need to be an expert or a millionaire to enjoy and buy art. It is the leading showcase in the UK for contemporary art under £4,000. This year AAF has been selected as one of the UK's coolest brands by an independent council and more than 2,500 members of the British public.
The double private view passes are for the exclusive Charity Private View on the evening of Wednesday 9 March 3:30pm – 9:30pm, at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London SW11 4NJ.
And if all that art makes you peckish, Vive le Cheese has a stand at the Fair, hosting hourly 'chewtorials' from The Roving Fromagière (aka Phoebe Weller), as well as a wide variety of French cheese samples and a sculptural French cheese installation.
For your chance to win this great prize, just answer this simple question:
For more information about living life on the wedge please visit www.vivelecheese.co.uk or Vive le cheese Facebook page.
This competition closes on 1 March 2011.
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