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art

Exclusive 2 for 1: 20/21 British Art Fair 2009

Specialising exclusively in modern and contemporary British art, all the great names of 20th century art are on display from 60 leading dealers.

Visit standard.co.uk/offers

food

50% off food at the Slug and Lettuce

There's something for every occasion, from after work snacks to Sunday lunch. Now you can get great value with 50% off all food ordered at the Slug and Lettuce. T&Cs apply.

Download your voucher at standard.co.uk/slug

theatre club

2 for 1 tickets for Bounce's Insane In The Brain

At Sadler's Wells' Peacock Theatre. Offer valid until Friday 25 September 2009.

Visit standard.co.uk/theatreclub

book club

50 great books for half price

There are 50 books available to buy both online or in-store at Foyles for half the recommended retail price. You are also entitled to 10% off anything else bought at Foyles.

Visit standard.co.uk/bookclub for a full list of titles and to buy

Plus..

ENDS SATURDAY

Dine at 20 top London restaurants from [pounds sterling]10 standard.co.uk/dine

Including:

Butlers Wharf Chop House

Orrery

Skylon

Quaglino's

Bluebird

theatre club

2 for 1 tickets to see Matt Lucas in Prick Up Your Ears

Following rave reviews on a pre-West End tour, Prick Up Your Ears, starring Matt Lucas, is now opening at the Comedy Theatre. …

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