“Put you all inside my show”
We’re hearing horrendous stories of inflated ticket prices for the David Bowie is Exhibition at the V&A, with reports of some tickets going for upwards of £200.
There are still limited tickets available, but, aside from that, an annual V&A membership is cheaper than the price of some of the tickets that have sold on the likes of eBay!
There are also some other great package offers available here, if you don’t want to become a member.
And with membership you can visit as many times as you like, when you like, or you can even have somebody accompany you with the plus guest option.
Though you should please note that the V&A cannot guarantee entry for Members in the last fortnight of the exhibition so please plan your visit carefully.
Here’s the official stuff:
LIMITED AVAILABILITY ONLINE
The V&A advises that you do not buy tickets from unauthorised ticket sellers. Authorised advance tickets are only available from the Museum or via LOVEtheatre and FNAC Tickets.
Tickets are available to purchase at the Museum in advance or on day of visit. You are advised to arrive at the V&A for when the Museum opens at 10.00 for the best chance of purchasing a ticket.
Please note tickets bought on the day may not be for immediate entry to the exhibition, but for later on that day.
Any ticket re-sold or transferred for profit or commercial gain without written permission from the V&A becomes void and the holder may be refused entry or ejected from the venue.
Any customer unsure of the legitimacy of a website should contact the Museum before purchasing their tickets.
MEMBERSHIP: here's the link to our membership page.