We are delighted to announce our return to The Old Vic Tunnels this year from 10th until 25th October. Countering the staid events of Frieze, this venue situated in the deepest, darkest depths below Waterloo Station will transform into an extension of Lazarides gallery with the addition of an underground restaurant staged by German culinary experts Pret A Diner.
Drawing inspiration from the ancient Greek legend of The Minotaur, visitors will experience original installations by Stanley Donwood, Jonathan Yeo, Antony Micallef, Conor Harrington, Doug Foster, 3D, Ian Francis, ATMA, Zevs, Michael Najjar and Lucy McLauchlan.
And alongside the exhibition, we will be turning it up a notch through our collaboration with Pret A Diner. Bringing together some of the best chefs in the world, the underground dining experience will feature creative cuisine from Michelin-starred chefs Nuno Mendes (Viajante, London), Matthias Schmidt (Villa Merton, Frankfurt) and Juan Amador, (Amador, Mannheim).
Tickets to The Minotaur exhibition: £5. A £1 restoration levy is included in the ticket. Free entry to under 16s. A three course meal at PRET A DINER including entrance to the exhibition will be priced at £75. Bookings will be available at 7pm and 9pm.
Venue information: The Old Vic Tunnels, Station Approach Road, London SE1 8SW
Please visit The Old Vic Tunnels' site for directions from Waterloo Station.
For more information please read the press release.