British cartoon & comic art from the 18th century to the present day

Doctor Who In Comics: 1964-2011

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An exhibition of Doctor Who comic artwork featuring all eleven doctors, from TV Comic, TV Century 21, Doctor Who Weekly, Doctor Who Monthly and Doctor Who Magazine by leading writers and artists including Brian Bolland, Mike Collins, Paul Crompton, Martin Geraghty, Dave Gibbons, Dicky Howett, Richard Jennings, Roger Langridge, Gary Leach, Dave Lloyd, Pat Mills, Alan Moore, Adrian Salmon, John Ridgeway and John Wagner.

Toy Tales

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An exhibition drawn from several decades of British children's animation, including drawings, models, posters, animation cels and sets from television shows including 'Ivor the Engine', 'Noggin the Nog', 'Bagpuss', 'Dangermouse' and 'Wallace and Gromit'.

H.M. Bateman: The Man Who Went Mad On Paper

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H.M. Bateman (1887-1970) is acknowledged as the first modern master of 20th-century British cartooning.  This major retrospective includes works from all periods of his career, from early theatrical subjects to 'The Man Who...' cartoons for which he is best known.

It also includes many examples of his wordless strips, which are masterpieces of silent comedy, as well as sketchbooks, ephemera and other private works never previously exhibited.