Plan your visit to Chantal Joffe: Story
Where is the exhibition?
The exhibition is at Victoria Miro, 16 Wharf Road, London N1 7RW
When is the exhibition open?
Friday 4 June until Saturday 31 July 2021
Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10am to 6pm
Closed Sundays and Mondays
Is the exhibition free?
Yes, entry to the exhibition is free, but timed tickets are required.
Do I need a ticket?
Yes, timed tickets are required to gain entry to the exhibition. Tickets must be booked online in advance. We are unable to allow entry if you arrive outside of your allocated time.
Please note that tickets are strictly non-transferable and have no commercial or resale value. Victoria Miro (via ArtsVP) is the only authorised ticket issuer and we cannot guarantee the validity of tickets obtained through any other third-party sites. Unauthorised duplication or sale of a ticket will prevent admittance.
How many tickets can I book?
Each person may book a maximum of two tickets for a single visit.
Can I book a group visit to the exhibition?
Please contact email@example.com for further information. Limited times are available for pre-booked university group visits. We are not able to accommodate other groups; the maximum number of tickets an individual can book is two.
When should I arrive?
Each ticket allows you to view the exhibition for your allocated time slot; we are unable to allow entry if you arrive outside of your allocated time. Please note you may be required to queue outside the gallery for a short time before entering, therefore please prepare for any weather conditions.
Can I take photographs?
Photography (without a flash and for personal use) is permitted. Video recording and the use of tripods and selfie sticks is prohibited.
Is the exhibition accessible?
The exhibition is located on level 3 of gallery II and is accessible via a lift and stairs.
Can I bring children to the exhibition?
The exhibition is open to all ages. All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the exhibition does not have seating, and that there are no baby changing facilities on site.
Do small children require tickets?
All children over the age of 2 require a ticket to enter the exhibition.
Can I bring a bag?
There are no cloakroom facilities, so please do not bring any large bags.
Are there public toilets?
There are no toilet facilities on site.
Is there a café?
The gallery does not have a café or drinking fountains. Food or drink may not be brought into the galleries.
All FAQs are changeable and dependent on Government guidelines.