Visit the VA

13th May 2005 at 01:00
Thinking of a trip to London at half-term? Then why not visit the Victoria and Albert Museum's major exhibition on arts and crafts, the movement that revolutionised late-Victorian design, architecture and decorative arts.

The exhibition runs until July 24, and we have 10 pairs of tickets, worth pound;20 a pair, to give away. One winner will also receive a hardback copy of International Arts and Crafts, by Karen Livingstone and Linda Parry, worth pound;40, which accompanies the exhibition. We have three hardback copies each of Essential Arts and Crafts by Karen Livingstone and Arts and Crafts Gardens by Wendy Hitchmough, both worth pound;15, as runners-up prizes.

To enter, just tell us the name of the designer, writer and socialist who was a leading light of the arts and crafts movement.

* Send your answers on a postcard or email marked Trampoline or Arts and crafts to Friday magazine at the TES address, or by email to friday@tes.co.uk. Don't forget to include your name, address and contact phone number. Entries close May 19.

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