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Friday 27 September 201914.30

The Bloomsbury area has been home to many authors over the centuries, and this is the opportunity to see inside the house where Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist, Pickwick Papers and Nicholas Nickleby. Beautifully decorated in the Victorian Style, with key items of the author himself on display, come along with the Museum Society to explore how this building both housed and inspired one of the greatest British writers of the 19th century.

Meet: 2.30 main quad for a 3.00pm arrival