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JULY 2018

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Flight Time

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N E W S , V I E W S , E V E N T S A N D M O R E A R O U N D

T H E F L Y B E N E T W O R K

This summer, an exhibition called

SCOOP: The Wonderful World of

Ice Cream will explore the history

and sensory pleasure of the

nation’s favourite summertime

treat. The exhibition runs until 30th

September at Gasholders London

in King’s Cross and features the

world’s largest collection of

historic ice-cream paraphernalia,

from Victorian ice-cream moulds

to an Andy Warhol print.

A special feature of the

exhibition is a focus on the

life and ingenuity of Agnes B

Marshall, known in Victorian times

as the Queen of Ices. Far ahead

of her time, she patented an

ice-cream machine and even

suggested using liquid nitrogen

to make ice cream as early

as the late 1800s!

www.bmof.org

L O N D O N

It’s a scoop!

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