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Matisse cut-outs at the Tate Modern -- how crowded on Sunday evenings?

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I'm planning to see the Matisse cut-outs exhibit at the Tate Modern when I'm in London in June, and I'm wondering if it's worth the extra £10-12 (depending on whether a donation is included) to go on a Sunday evening, when the Tate claims there will be a "quieter exhibition viewing experience" because visitor numbers will be restricted in the evening hours on Sundays.

I realize it's early to ask this, as the exhibit has just opened, but if anyone has any personal experience with how crowded the exhibit is at the "Sunday lates" -- or any information about just how restricted the visitor numbers will be at those times -- I would appreciate it.

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