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The Oldie to launch book and exhibition

September 2, 2009 in General

dishcartoon “He’s making a list of people he doesn’t want to see at his funeral.” Oldie magazine cartoon by Neil Dishington

A book of cartoons from The Oldie is to be published later this month, and an exhibition to go with it will be held at the Cartoon Museum in London.

The Oldie Book of Cartoons 1992-2009, published on September 25, will feature more than 400 of the best cartoons from the irreverent magazine.

The Cartoon Museum, in Little Russell Street, Bloomsbury, will hold an exhibition entitled Cartoons from The Oldie in its Blue Room from September 30 until December 24. The latest edition of the magazine comes with a mini book which will act as a taster.

More magazine news: Bernie is the new Cartoonist of the Month at Prospect magazine. He reveals that he usually never tells people he’s a cartoonist, because “they suggest ideas for cartoons like ‘Caution, large plant crossing’. I find it’s best to keep quiet”.

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