The Minotaur

A new exhibition which combines work from a host of international artists and food from some of the most intriguing international chefs has opened at The Old Vic Tunnels.

The Minotaur is a collection of art commissioned by Steve Lazarides and the Lazarides Gallery Group which takes inspiration from the Greek legend of The Minotaur. Each of the diverse artists who participated was asked to create their own take on the classical myth which would be housed in a stunning Labyrinth installation.

Entrance to the exhibition is £5 for adults and free for under 16s.

Guests witnessing the exhibition will also have the option of dining in the 120 cover restaurant which is housed within. With the likes of Nuno Mendes and Olly Sans having already made appearances in the kitchen, it shouldn’t disappoint.   Nuno Mendes’ Menu included dishes such as AN ANGRY CHERRY AND HER FRIENDS GO FISHING AT GREEN RIVERS SHORE (cherry, mackerel, salad hearts) and A BITTERSWEET AFFAIR WITH THE BEETROOT LOLITA (beetroot, chocolate).

This week the chefs in the kitchen are Matthias Schmidt from Villa Merton, Frankfurt and Juan Amador from Amador, Mannheim.

For more details and to book tickets, click here. The exhibition runs until 25th October.

Ailsa

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