A dog's life
John Soane wanted his museum to be always free to the public, as it is today. But despite substantial DCMS funding the museum struggles to make ends meet, so it’s doing what every other institution in Blairite Britain has to – looking to boost its revenue from commercial sidelines. ‘We’re seriously lagging behind in what we charge for dinners in what’s surely the most atmospheric setting in London,’ says director Tim Knox, who also wants to promote ...
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