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Tate Britain: Turner, Whistler, Monet exhibition?

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Waswondering Tue 19-Apr-05 18:39:53

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donnie Tue 19-Apr-05 18:41:48

no but I did see the Caravaggio - the later years exhibition at the National Gallery and it is exquisite!

Earlybird Tue 19-Apr-05 23:12:57

Haven't seen it, but have been to the Tate within the last month. There was quite a big group of people waiting to get into the exhibition area for that show. My impression was that separate tickets are required for it. As it's a hot ticket you should probably check to see if you can simply turn up on the day, or if tickets must be arranged in advance for a specific date/time.

Davros Wed 20-Apr-05 15:46:00

Meant to be really good, would like to go, must remember though! Had good review on Newsnight if that helps? Sometiems makes me think the opposite

Enid Wed 20-Apr-05 15:47:13

I saw it in Paris and it was lovely esp the Whistler and Turner (not a massive Monet fan)

grumpyfrumpy Wed 20-Apr-05 15:51:33

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beachyhead Wed 20-Apr-05 15:53:11

My mum went and said it was heaving too many people in each viewing room for comfort.....

Davros Wed 20-Apr-05 16:52:00

Might not be so bad now tho as its been on a while. Would still prebook.

Waswondering Wed 20-Apr-05 17:02:08

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spacedonkey Wed 20-Apr-05 17:04:16

Another recommendation for the Caravaggio show at the National. Really moving.

Waswondering Fri 22-Apr-05 09:33:30

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