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Latest from the blog

Cartoon Museum re-opening

July 8, 2019 in Events, General, News

Clive Goddard writes: Spread over two nights last week, so that the maximum number of people could turn up, London’s new Cartoon Museum opened its doors and let a few highly important guests have a good gawp around. The glamorous Cartoonerati turned out in force to see the newly renovated (if not quite finished) museum…

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Knokke Heist 2017/8 cartoon festival

June 27, 2019 in Events, General

Des Buckley writes: “It’s all doves with laurels flying over a tank.”CCGB doyen, Les Lilley. The Knokke-Heist Cartoon Festival sets up camp on a Belgium beach promenade each Summer. On display are two major exhibitions including their International Competition. Knokke & Heist are conjoined seaside towns on the sandy channel coast. In recent years I’ve dropped…

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Crowdfunding the soundtrack to a motion comic

June 17, 2019 in General

© The Surreal McCoy PCO member The Surreal McCoy/Carol Isaacs is turning to the world wide web to fund her new audio-visual project The Wolf of Baghdad, the little-known story of Iraq’s lost Jews as told through her family’s memories. With the graphic memoir drawn and turned into a motion comic (semi-animated film) all that’s…

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Borderline Funny

June 13, 2019 in Events, General

Rupert Besley writes: On the banks of the Tyne at Wallsend, downstream from Newcastle, is Segedunum, the large Roman fort that marked the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall. A century back, the space was crammed with terraced housing and rang to the sounds of shipbuilding in the Swan Hunter yard. It was here in 1906…

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Book Marks exhibition

June 5, 2019 in Events, General, News

Poster cartoons by © Sarah Boyce, The Surreal McCoy & Noel Ford. Clive Goddard writes: An exhibition of cartoons on the theme of books, literature and libraries drawn by the UK’s finest and funniest cartoonists. Appropriately enough the show will be taking place at Westminster Reference Library from June 3rd to 22nd and is free…

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