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It's a Pratchett! Fun, frivolous, with grains of 24 carat truth

None - except for those strange individuals for whom "It's a Pratchett" is a downside.

..., Johnny and the Bomb, Truckers etc are hard to pin down to specific forerunners. With his latest, however, the author uses his adult-books tactic on a children's book. He takes Dickens' masterpiece, switches the focus to the artful Dodger and tells us what might have happened if young Oliver Twist hadn't gotten in the way. Dodger is a tosher. A tosher is a sewer scavenger. The sewers of Victorian...

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Huge selection of cultural attractions and exhibitions

Out of London, opportunities to use the Pass are fewer

...I?ve always been interested in museums, art and other cultural attractions, and since I moved to London I visit them more than ever. I heard about the National Art Pass via a free trial with the Guardian. The trial allowed 3 months? use of a Pass; after my three months had expired, I joined the scheme and paid, and have been a member ever since. *The Art Fund* The National Art Pass scheme is run...

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Free, Loads to see, well presented, well laid out, suitable for adults and children

The tiger in the taxidermy section

...The Natural History Museum in London is a fine example of just how brilliantly we can do things in this country. It is a fabulous museum that cannot fail to grasp your attention and hold it through a series of well sectioned and excellently presented displays. There wasn't a bit of it that I didn't like (apart, perhaps, from the tiger in the taxidermy section!). I can't recommend it enough if you...

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