REVOLUTION: RUSSIAN ART 1917-1932 AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY AND DINE
Enjoy a three-course Formule Menu including wine, coffee and a ticket to Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932 for £32*
See one of the most momentous periods in modern world history through the lens of its ground-breaking art. Taking inspiration from a remarkable exhibition shown in Russia just before Stalin's clampdown, the RA brings together works by Kandinsky, Malevich, Chagall and more, to focus on a time when Russian art flourished across every medium.
One hundred years on, this range of photography and film, propaganda posters and everyday items like ration coupons and textiles captures both the idealistic aspirations and harsh reality of revolutionary and post-revolutionary Russia.
Book in person at Brasserie Zédel or on 020 7734 4888 quoting 'RA Revolution'
*Terms and Conditions:
• Must be booked in advance, subject to availability.
• The exhibition ticket can only be collected from Brasserie Zédel at 20 Sherwood Street, London W1F 7ED, after 9.00am, from the Kiosk or Reception downstairs.
• If you are intending to view the exhibition prior to your meal, you will need to pick up the ticket from the Brasserie first (less than 5 minutes away from The Royal Academy).
• Package must be paid for at Brasserie Zédel when collecting the exhibition ticket. Service charge is not included.
• The offer is for the Brasserie Zédel Formule Menu: 3 courses, with water, a glass of wine, coffee plus one exhibition ticket for one person.
• The offer is not exchangeable against other menu items and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or vouchers.
• Offer valid from 11th February to 17th April 2017, Mon - Sun 11.30am - 4.30pm, for lunchtime bookings only.
• You must be seated in Brasserie Zédel by 4.30pm to order your meal.
• The exhibition tickets are valid at any time during the exhibition and are not timed.
• RA opening times: Saturday - Thursday 10am - 6pm (last admission 5.30pm), Friday: 10am - 10pm (last admission 9.30pm).
• Although beyond our control, it is very unlikely that you will have to queue at The Royal Academy to enter the exhibition.