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See ‘North: Fashioning Identity’ at Somerset House and have lunch at The Delaunay


Enjoy a 2-course weekday lunch and a ticket to ‘North: Fashioning Identity’ at Somerset House, for £24.

Running until 4th February 2018, ‘North’ at Somerset House explores contemporary artistic and stylistic representations of the North of England. The exhibition highlights how the realities of life captured there in the mid-20th century continue to influence new generations of photographers, artists and designers. Over 100 photographs, fashion garments and artworks from a host of renowned photographers, designers and artists such as Corrine Day, Nick Knight and Stephen Jones are on display.

Your 2-course lunch at The Delaunay will include:

A choice of either:
Wild mushroom soup
Chopped chicken salad

Main Course
A choice of either:
Seared mackerel fillets with pickled beetroot and sauce gribiche
Gnocchi with forest mushrooms, roast squash, chestnuts and vegetarian parmesan
Chicken Schnitzel

All main courses are served with a mixed leaf salad

Tea or coffee

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2. To then place 
your reservation for lunch at The Delaunay, please call 020 7499 8558 or email, quoting ‘Somerset House package’.

Terms and Conditions:

– Valid on weekdays only until Friday 2nd February 2018.
– Ticket holders will have access to the North: Fashioning Identity exhibition at Somerset House on Monday and Tuesday from 10.00am – 13.00pm, and Wednesday – Friday from 11.00am – 13.00pm. Lunch at The Delaunay must booked on the same day between 11.30am and 4pm.
– Reservations at The Delaunay must be made in advance either by calling 020 7499 8558 or emailing quoting ‘Somerset House package’.
– Maximum table size 6 people.
– The package price does not include service charge.
– Drinks (apart from tea and coffee) are not included in this package.
– Subject to availability.

[Image: Derrin Crawford and Demi Leigh Cruickshank in The Liver Birds, LOVE magazine, Liverpool, 2012 © Alice Hawkins]