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Exhibition: Rude Britannia British Comic Art


I can’t remember the last time I went to Tate Britain, or why I went there (although I do remember seeing David Walliams at the same exhibition; it’s funny the things you remember), so it was nice to visit it again. Rude Britannia: British Comic Art, brought to people’s attention by the fact that Harry Hill was a guest curator…

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Museum: First Emperor


The First Emperor exhibition is another impressive job by the British Museum – it is well done and informative as well as being splendid to observe. You really should take the chance to see the Terracotta Warriors of Qin Shihuang up close – the exhibit is on until April next year, although you can’t get a Saturday slot until the…

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Museum Exhibit: Surreal Things at the V&A


The Victoria and Albert museum (locally known as the V&A) is a rather funky museum – I’ll never forget popping to see a small exhibition of Steranko Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD covers: how cool is that? – which houses exhibits looking at culture and design. It is quite a fabulous old building as well, and surprisingly easy to get…

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