The museum’s literal and metaphorical centrepiece is the Coronis, a narrowboat built by the same company that built the Titanic.
You’re immediately hit in the face by the amazing primary-hued entrance hall where a pair of faceless, fish-and-chip scoffing Dandy characters stand poised for your posing pleasure
V&A exhibitions are generally always worth a punt. I mean I can’t remember ever coming out of anything they’ve put on and going “well that was shit”.
A sprawling, biscuity metropolis with a transport system that pisses all over TFL.
The tour was brilliantly interactive, which really helped to bring Dickens’ world to life – even for two three and a half year olds who have literally no idea who Dickens was.
Did the Trojan Horse or even the war that it ended ever actually exist, or is it all a load of Aeneas?
A veritable Aladdin’s Cave of stuff that will make you say “oh my God, will you look at this?” a thousand times over.