The British love affair with the seaside is encapsulated in this unique exhibition at the National Maritime Museum with fascinating photography from the 1960s to present day.
We are giving away 200 pairs of tickets to Possibilities members to visit the impressive National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London to view the Great British Seaside exhibition.
As the iconic song goes, 'we do like to be beside the seaside', and the Great British Seaside: photography from the 1960s to the present – celebrates just that. Featuring more than 100 photographs by four of Britain’s best known photographers: Tony Ray-Jones, David Hurn, Martin Parr and Simon Roberts – this major exhibition explores our changing relationship with the seaside over the last six decades.
The exhibition holds up a critical but affectionate mirror to a much-loved, quintessentially British experience. It shines a light on familiar beach culture and behaviour, from overheating sun-worshippers to weather-beaten picnickers and amorous couples in the dunes. Don’t miss this one-off opportunity.
More information about the prize and venue
We’re offering 200 pairs of tickets to the Great British Seaside exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in London.
Winners can book for themselves and a guest to attend the exhibition on any day they wish until it closes on 30 September 2018.
National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London. SE10 9NF.
Greenwich can be reached via DLR from the Cutty Sark stop, via Thames Clipper to Greenwich Pier, or via train to Maze Hill or Greenwich stations.
Tickets are valid for one member and a guest. Once the ballot has closed and the winners have been drawn, they will be notified by email to confirm they can attend. Winners will be given all the necessary information about how they will receive their tickets. Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable, and cannot be transferred to someone else. Ballot prizes include tickets only, no travel or accommodation is provided unless stated.
Winners will be notified within 48 hours of the ballot closing, please double check your spam/junk mail boxes as we wouldn't want you to miss out!
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Images courtesy of Martin Parr\Magnum Photos and David Hurn/Magnum Photos