Tintin: Hergé's Masterpiece

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Time Out says

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Everybody's favourite Belgian reporter, the bequiffed Tintin, first tasted adventure in a Brussels newspaper comic strip in 1929. Since then, he has starred with his dog Snowy in 24 books ('albums'), which have sold an extraordinary 200 million copies across the world. Held in the Terrace Rooms, this free exhibition will use artefacts from the Hergé Museum in Brussels to explore both the character and his creator. Kids aged 7+ and adults will get the most out of the show, but there's nothing unsuitable in the content if you're taking younger children along. 

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