To the Tate Modern, to see the Gilbert & George Exhibition.
Not wanting to pay the £10 charge, I am pleased to say my companion managed to blag someone's pass - a good way of avoiding the rather steep charges here. But, if you do pay, what do you get for your money?
Well thirty years of Gilbert and George's life is the simple answer, from early Essex charcoal drawings to the easy-shock work of the 1980s, and their portraits of a changing East End. Less known work also features - their work with postcards is more subtle, and their images of their own house, and local long gone (?) pubs surprised me.
Finally their 2001 work "Animosity" features several Class War stickers, and would you believe even a couple from the Anarchist Federation. They are probably a lot more embarrased about it than Class War are!
The exhibition runs until 7th May.