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The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's leading museum of art, design and performance.
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A muse for 19th Century writers such as Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and Oscar Wilde, the story of Antinous the beloved of Roman Emperor Hadrian is one of enduring love. The figure of Antonius was used to explore homosexual themes.
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Joan Collins Feb 20
Thank you to everyone at the for the private viewing of the superb retrospective.
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Krishnan Guru-Murthy Feb 20
took daughter to the Dior exhibition at the - it’s a really stunning gathering of posh frocks (and a nice breather from Brexit). Here’s the piece on it
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V&A Feb 22
Here’s a loving young couple called Victoria and Albert. They happen to be presiding over the most powerful empire the world has seen. Delve into their extraordinary lives & the society they epitomised, on our course Victoria and Albert: Life and Times:
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V&A Feb 21
What would you do if the world ended? Our Videogames exhibition features this hypertext games that explores what would you do with your last 10 seconds on earth with the person you love. Play online here: Videogames: closes 24 Feb.
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V&A Feb 21
It's ! Join us this week and become part of an ever-expanding game Check out the full programme
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V&A Feb 21
All pre-bookable tickets for are now sold out! Limited tickets are available to purchase in person, daily at 10am on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t forget that Members go free, no need to book:
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V&A Feb 21
Regarded as one of the most iconic modern wedding dresses, this custom dip-dyed and hand-painted dress was worn by Gwen Stefani at her 2002 wedding. Designed by John Galliano for Christian Dior, the dress put a contemporary twist on a romantic silhouette.
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V&A Feb 20
Have you visited our café recently? Eagle eyed diners in the museum café might be able to spot Poynter’s depiction of the Greek poet Sappho who is famed for her works of lesbian passion.
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V&A Feb 20
Replying to @nettyroyal
We typically see a queue forming from 9am so we recommend getting there early to avoid disappointment.
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V&A Feb 20
Replying to @coneylove @Dior
Then the next best option is to email at hello@vam.ac.uk. Thanks
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V&A Feb 20
Replying to @nettyroyal @Dior
Hi there, we have a limited number of on the day tickets sold at the museum from 10am, These are sold on a first come first served basis.
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V&A Feb 20
Replying to @coneylove @Dior
Hi there, sorry to hear this has happened we recommend calling our contact centre on 020 7942 2000 to discuss the issue further. Thanks
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V&A Feb 20
J'adore ? Have you got a ticket to our spectacular exhibition yet? Online tickets are selling fast and we are due to sell out very soon, we highly recommend booking ASAP. Book here: V&A Members go free, no need to book,
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V&A Feb 19
Forget dating apps, this is how you woo someone! The Sonnet is one of William Mulready's most popular works. The young man is courting the girl, and has written a poem for her as a token of his love.
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V&A Feb 19
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Karl Lagerfeld. A true icon in the industry, his legacy lives on through his designs.
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V&A Feb 19
The sumptuous silks and silhouettes of the C18th held a fascination for and his successors like this Raf Simons coat. Supported by and Express is now open, book here:
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V&A Museum of Childhood Feb 19
Yo ho mateys. Have you checked out our fantastic activities for half-term. From story telling to treasure hunts to arts and crafts like this 'How to make a print' workshop, we have so many swashbuckling events for you to enjoy. Explore here for more :
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V&A Feb 17
A one track mind? 'Sex on the Brain' is a hat with top decoration of lovers designed and made by Kirsten Woodward. The provocative hat was inspired by the notion that women think of sex eight times a day.
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V&A Feb 16
‘How do you Do it?’ explores the idea of sex, putting players in the role of a curious young girl. This interactive indie explores sexuality from a different perspective than traditional videogames. Play it for yourself in , book now:
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