Win afternoon tea for two at The Merrion Hotel, Dublin
The Irish Times is giving our subscribers the chance to win tea at The Merrion Hotel, Dublin, to mark launch of a prestigious exhibition: Coming Home Art and the Great Hunger.
Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger, the world's largest collection of Famine-related art, will open at Dublin Castle on March 8th 2018, on loan from Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University.
To mark the collection’s homecoming, The Merrion Hotel has partnered with Coming Home, to offer art-lovers the chance to win an ‘Art Tea’ and tour of The Merrion Hotel, home to an important private collection of 19th and 20th-century art.
Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger will unveil its prestigious collection of Famine-related art on the 8th of March at The Coach House, Dublin Castle. 50 pieces will travel from across the Atlantic from Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University. The exhibition features artworks by some of Ireland’s most eminent artists, including: Jack B. Yeats, Dorothy Cross, Paul Henry, William Crozier, John Behan, Brian Maguire, Rowan Gillespie, Micheal Farrell, Hughie O’Donoghue and Alanna O’Kelly. A new painting by Robert Ballagh will also be unveiled.
Admission to the collection is free and you can learn more at www.artandthegreathunger.org.
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Terms & Conditions
1. The promoters are The Irish Times Limited, The Irish Times Building, 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2
2. The prize is afternoon tea for two at The Merrion Hotel, Dublin, which can be booked at any time.
3. Employees or agents of The Irish Times, and their families or other persons connected with this promotion are not eligible to enter.
4. Prize is as offered and no cash alternative will apply.
5. The prize is not transferable.
6. Entry is for people of 18 years of age and over.
7. A valid entry consists of a correct answer entered in the form above, accompanied by the entrant’s name, email address and a phone number.
8. Entries must be entered online in the form above.
9. Entries not submitted in accordance with these rules will be disqualified.
10. The promoters’ decision is final and binding in all matters and no correspondence will be entered into.
11. The promoters reserve the right to change any aspect of the prize.
12. The prize (in the case of event tickets) must be claimed at least one week before the scheduled start of the event, all other prizes must be claimed within six weeks of notification by The Irish Times or the competition partner.
13. The prize will be subject to any additional terms and conditions of the suppliers of the prize.
14. The promoters are excluded from liability for any loss, damage or injury which might occur to the winner arising from his or her acceptance of the prize.
15. The winner may be required to participate in unpaid promotional related publicity undertaken by the promoter or its associated companies.
16. Entry to this promotion shall be deemed full and unconditional acceptance of the terms & conditions.
17. The promoters reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions.
18. These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish Courts.
19. Details of the competition winner will be published on The Irish Times website.
20. Bookings are subject to availability and not valid over Bank Holiday weekends, Festive Dates or peak times.
21. Competition ends 11am Friday, 2nd March.