Remembering the cartoonists’ cartoonist

Royston Robertson writes about taking part in a tribute to the late Martin Honeysett at the Cartoon Museum in London: Martin Honeysett is described by Bill Stott as “the cartoonists’ cartoonist” in a foreword to the excellent A Taste of Honeysett book that accompanies the current Cartoon Museum exhibition. So it was fitting that a bunch of […]

There’s still time to catch cartoon exhibition ‘Humour Show at Nunnington Hall’

© Mike Williams Chris Beetles Gallery returns to National Trust venue Some of Britain’s greatest cartoonists’ work can be viewed at the National Trust’s beautiful Nunnington Hall, near York, until 24th April 2016. Nunnington Hall The Chris Beetles Gallery exhibition is a celebration of the best these isles have to offer, with work by cartooning luminaries […]

Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2016

‘The Square’ © Wilbur Dawbarn Genteel, historic Shrewsbury is about to be invaded by hordes of cartoonists and cartoon lovers, with both parties looking forward to lots of mayhem and laughter – and not a little learning too, with workshops and talks also being provided. Now coming up to its 13th year, The Shrewsbury  Cartoon […]

PCO cartoonists Very Semi Serious about London premiere of New Yorker film

BFI Southbank will be the venue for the premiere Leah Wolchock’s award-winning film takes us behind the scenes to meet cartoon editor Robert Mankoff and the remarkable artists who submit their work each week. It’s a funny, fascinating and poignant look at the business of making people laugh. The screening of Very Semi Serious will […]

Comix Creatrix: 100 women making comics

The End of Summer © Tillie Walden Comix Creatrix presents the work of 100 innovative creators and debunks the myth that women have a limited stake in the world of comics. Highlighting 21st century work by British creators, the exhibition also recognises ground-breaking works from the 19th and 20th centuries, and will highlight the influence […]