FREE TICKETS TO 20th CENTURY FAIR

The Independent and Independent on Sunday have teamed up with 20th Century at Olympia to give away 500 tickets to the second annual fair in London.

20th Century at Olympia is an antiques fair with a difference, housing over 70 dealers selling a selection of work from leading 20th Century designers. The highlight of this year's fair will be the `Design for Outrage' exhibition - clothing, graphics and invention, spawned by the creative alliance of Malcolm McLaren, Vivienne Westwood and Jamie Reid.

Lecture Programme

Wed 24 Adventures in Wood

John Makepeace, Designer, Furniture maker

Festival of Britain

Matthew Denney, Lecturer at Southampton Institute

The Fabulous `50's

Madeleine Marsh, Author and journalist

Short & Shocking: Punk Art and Fashion

Paul Burgess talks with Helen Wellington-Lloyd

Thur 25 Clarice Cliff

Len Griffin, Chairman, Clarice Cliff Collectors Club

Underground Art

Jeremy Rewse Davies, Design Director London Transport 1988 - 99

Fri 26 20th Century Book Illustrators

Chris Beetles, Chris Beetles Ltd

Cartier 1900 - 1939, Jeweller of Genius

Judy Rudoe, British Museum

Decorative Arts, from Art Nouveau to Modernism

Victor Arwas, Author

Sat 27 Moorcroft Past and Present

John Moorcroft, Moorcroft Collectors Club

Collecting Post War Design

Paul Atterbury, Author

Sun 28 Architecture of the 20th Century

Ken Powell, 20th Century Society

Collecting Post War Design

Paul Atterbury, Author

For further details and to reserve your free lecture place contact: Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Road, London SW5 9TA Telephone: 0171 370 8345

www.20century-antiques.co.uk

How to claim your FREE TICKETS

The first 250 readers to present this coupon at the fair's box office between 24 and 28 November will receive a free pair of tickets. Tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis and subject to availability.

2-FOR-1 TICKET OFFER

After the first 500 tickets are claimed Independent and Independent on Sunday readers can still take advantage of an exclusive 2-for-1 ticket deal. Take the coupon to the box office where you can exchange it for a pair of tickets for the price of one. Admission pounds 5.

24 - 28 November: Olympia 2 Exhibition Hall, Hammersmith Road, London W14

Opening times:

Wed 24 - Fri 26 November 11am - 8pm

Sat 27 November 11am - 7pm

Sun 28 November 11am - 5pm

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