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BSB London Trip Day 5 – 13th June

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The day started with a trip to TATE Modern art gallery where students got to experience the art of Monet, Dali, Warhol, Beuys, Degas and Giacometti, to name a few. Following the wealth of Modern art we headed to Doggett's for a traditional English Sunday roast dinner and students got their first taste of Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, meat and gravy. Avoiding the rain, we continued towards the Natural History museum, without doubt one of the best collections of artifacts about the natural world. Students particularly enjoyed the earthquake experience room and the impressive mammal displays. Finally, we took the underground to Leicester Square for a city walk around the famous square, through Chinatown to Piccadilly Circus, along Regent Street and into Oxford Street.

Update from: Mr. Richard Harrison, Head of Art & Design Faculty

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