Gasp, cringe, or have a sly chuckle: Rude Britannia, the forthcoming exhibtion at Tate Britain, will certainly cause a reaction. See politicians brought down to size and the great and the good exposed; blush at the saucy postcards and laugh out loud at the slapstick fun. Put together with some the country’s best-known cartoonists and comedy writers, this exhibition explores humour in British art from Hogarth to Harry Hill, including St Martin’s trained Gerald Scarfe and LCC alumna Sarah Lucas.
We have ten pairs of ticket to give away. To be in with a chance to win email email@example.com with your name and contact details and “University of the Arts London Rude Britannia” in the subject line by 11 June.
Rude Britannia opens on 9 June and runs until 5 September at Tate Britain, London, SW1. Book tickets at www.tate.org.uk or call 020 7887 8888 (booking fee applies, booking lines open 9.45 – 18.00 daily)
£10 (£8.50 concessions)