2 November 2016 - 22 January 2017
Founded in 1841 Punch was for over 150 years a British cultural institution.
The magazine is best remembered for its political and joke cartoons created by some of Britain's greatest humorous artists. The exhibition will include cartoons from across the history of the magazine including works by H.M. Bateman, Richard Doyle, Michael ffolkes, Fougasse, Martin Honeysett, Charles Keene, Ken Mahood, Ken Pyne, Ronald Searle, Sir John Tenniel, Norman Thelwell, Mike Williams and many others. Also on display will be 'Dropping the Pilot', the most famous cartoon of the 19th century.