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🕵️🔎 Ian Hislop has been on a mission to uncover stories of dissent, subversion and satire in the Museum’s collection. He’s brought together a history in 100(ish) objects for our new special exhibition. Spanning three millennia – from ancient Mesopotamia to contemporary US politics – the show demonstrates how questioning authority, registering protest and generally objecting are an integral part of what makes us human.
The Citi exhibition ‘I object: Ian Hislop’s search for dissent’ opens 6 September 2018.
Don’t miss our special early bird offer – #IObject full-price adult tickets are just £10 for a limited time! Book now:
Supported by @Citi
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Sid & Aya (Not a Love Story)
in cinemas nationwide this May 30 📽️