We’ve Reduced the History of Art!

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To help celebrate its 15th anniversary, the Affordable Art Fair asked the RSC to reduce the entire history of Art down to ten minutes. It’s an impossible task (but that’s never stopped us before) so this week we’re performing The Complete History of Art (abridged) to kick off the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, on Thursday 23 October only. (Scroll down for special discount promo code!)

It’s not just us either. Whether you are an experienced collector, or brand new to buying art, you’ll be spoilt for choice with 112 galleries under one roof, bringing paintings, photography, sculpture and editioned prints for you to enjoy. The Fair will also be hosting high-speed ‘reduced’ art history tours – quick enough to squeeze into a lunch break – with art expert Estelle Lovatt FRSA, who worked with us on this new show.

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Tickets are only £10 – £20 (concessions £8 – £13) and include the performance (7:15pm and 8:15pm only), plus access to galleries and affordable art from all over the country. Hours are from 11am to 6pm, 23-26 October — but our only public performances are on Thursday 23 October.

RSC FANS WILL GET THE BEST DEAL ON TICKETS! Simply use the offer code RSC at affordableartfair.com/battersea. This promo code can be used more than once, so feel free to share with your friends. (Promo Code will not work for the Charity Private View.)

For more information, visit AffordableArtFair.com/battersea.

Affordable Art Fair works with Reduced Shakespeare Company to condense the entire history of art into a 10 minute performance Affordable Art Fair works with Reduced Shakespeare Company to condense the entire history of art into a 10 minute performance



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austin · December 8, 2014 at 4:02 pm

Interesting idea!

c.d.anderson · December 6, 2014 at 10:30 pm

Greatly enjoyed the MTC performance this eve and wonder if you plan on capitalizing the Rambozo concept. There might be additional revenue opportunities for you ,especially if you could develop a logo.

austin · November 24, 2014 at 11:59 am

Welcome, Warren! Although we have no current plans to play SoCal, we have played San Diego frequently and spent last March the Laguna Playhouse. I’m sure we’re return to the area one of these days! Follow us on Twitter, listen to our weekly podcast, or subscribe to our email newsletter for the earliest and most-up-to-date touring information.

Warren Dunn · November 22, 2014 at 1:45 pm

Just discovered you guys. Fantastic! Any plans to play southern California, specifically San Diego but I would gladly commute to the L.A. area. Great stuff !
Warren Dunn Oceanside, CA

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