See Hockney at Tate Britain crowd-free

If you haven’t seen the new Hockney show at Tate Britain, then we urge you to book your tickets quickly (we’re going again to take our kids to see Hockney’s vivid, bright colours).  It’s the fastest selling show in the history of the museum and one of the downsides of this, is that when you do get to see the show, it can be fairly crowded.  If you’d rather see the show (mostly) people-free, then did you know that you can go every weekend until 28th May in the morning before the museum opens between 8 and 10am?  You’ll need to be a member of the Tate but at £70 for a year, you’ll also get access to the Paul Nash, David Hockney, Alberto Giacometti, Modigliani and Robert Rauschenberg shows which would be a total of £91.50 (it’s even better value if you join for 2 people at £110 p.a).  See you there.


Crowd-free Hockney at Tate Britain
Every weekend until 28 May 2017
Tate Britain, Milbank, SW1P 4RG
Membership starts at £70
— Francesca
20th February 2017

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