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Thursday 18 March 2004

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News & features published on 18 March 2004
Kate Adie opens new Tourist Information Centre

Terrorism threats should not stop us from enjoying ourselves and visiting places, Kate Adie told a Bankside audience.

Tate Modern to stay open until after midnight

The Tate Modern Weather Project, which has been visited by over two million people, is staying open late on Friday and Saturday evening 19 and 20 March.

The Skin of Our Teeth at the Young Vic

This avant-garde play by Thorton Wilder won the Pulitzer Prize in 1942 for its depiction of the Antrobuses, an all American family, and more generally, how humankind has survived throughout the various ages (and catastrophes) of the world.

Better Bankside Budget Breakfast briefing

Roger Blitz from the Southwark Bridge-based Financial Times has been briefing Bankside businesses on Gordon Brown’s Budget.

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