Arts & Culture

Oliver Twist given spotlight in new exhibition at the Charles Dickens Museum

The Charles Dickens Museum has opened an exhibition putting the focus on one of his best known works, Oliver Twist.

The museum itself is the former home of Dickens, where he wrote parts of the story.

Louisa Price is the Curator of the exhibition and has been explaining more about what we can see.

The exhibition is on at the Charles Dickens Museum until October.

Alicia Edwards 2nd July 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationCamden

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