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David Bowie Exhibit tickets at the Victorian and Albert Museum

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I was very interested in going to the David Bowie Exhibit at the Victorian and Albert Museum in London this summer during my visit the 3rd week in June. On the V and A website it said the tickets are all sold out, but they may have some to sell each day. Does anyone have any experience with this yet ? To possibly get one of those tickets, what might it entail ? I am having a hard time understanding what the actual hours are for the exhibit- it looks very limited unless there is a special program associated with the exhibit offered only certain times ? Just wonder what the word is on this--any information would be greatly appreciated !
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