Released on: April 27, 2015, 5:56 am (EDT)
Cartoon Museum will explore how cartoonists responded to Second World War.
LONDON, April 27, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — An exhibition opening in London this week will explore the ways in which something as humble as the cartoon helped boost morale and inform the population in Britain during the Second World War.Heckling Hitler: World War II In Cartoon And Comic Art will be held at the Cartoon Museum in Bloomsbury from 25th March to 12th July 2015. This fascinating little museum is one of London’s quirkiest, offering a great variety of changing exhibitions that show the importance, history and depth of cartoon and comic art. For more on the museum, and to see other London events taking place in the area this week, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest information onLondon hotels, restaurants and shops.
Released on: December 04, 2014, 5:28 am (EST)
London’s tiny Cartoon Museum outlines its schedule for the coming year.
LONDON, December 04, 2014 — /EPR NETWORK/ — One of London’s quirkiest venues, the Cartoon Museum, has announced its programme for 2015, and it will be typically rich in exhibitions on a wide range of subjects centred round cartoons, comics and caricatures, covering topics as diverse as Alice In Wonderland and Adolf Hitler. The Cartoon Museum is located in Bloomsbury, placing it a short distance from the British Museum. It contains hundreds of images from British cartoons and comics going back to Georgian times and including everything from Hogarth to Dennis The Menace. The area is packed with things to do, being close to Soho, Covent Garden, Oxford Street and Fitzrovia. For more about the area, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find information on the latest deals on cheap London hotels.