Join Sir Terence Conran for an evening at the V&A, as the legendary designer, businessman and restauranteur discusses his successful career.
This event is being held as part of the British Design Season at the V&A museum.
The Victoria & Albert Museum was founded in 1851 as the nation’s museum of art and design. Its boasts an unrivalled collection of pieces from around the world, including sculptures, ceramics, jewellery, furniture, fashion and glass.
ivvey2010 – “I went recently to see the Grace Kelly exhibition and found this to be absolutely stunning. My ticket was a timed one which i did on the internet earlier that day. I went on a Sunday - it was still pretty busy but neverthele… more”
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