nomad wrote:The Tate Members' Room is not supposed to be a parents' social club, it's supposed to be an area for members to relax in after visiting an exhibition or viewing the galleries. Treating it as the former is disrespectful to other members.Being serious, when my family were little and we lived outside London, there was no where like the lovely venues we have nowadays in London for families and Mums at home with tinies to socalise.
Apart from the cost of going out, there were hardly any places that you were welcome with pushchairs, apart from the Wimpy Bar.
It can be very isolating to be at home with little ones, so if you are can afford the prices of refreshments and the price of Membership to the Tate Members Bar, it is another great meeting place for Mums and tinies (and Dads) in s.e.1
Wouldn't it be nice if The Tate could find space to accomodate those members not accompanied by little ones who just want to be able to chill out.
It would be great if locals could have reduced entrance/membership fees too!
Bungle wrote:The Tate Members' Room is not supposed to be a parents' social club, it's supposed to be an area for members to relax in after visiting an exhibition or viewing the galleries.
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