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Exhibition: Gerry Anderson's Century 21

Location

Cartoon Museum,

63 Wells Street, London,
W1A 3AE

Dates

This exhibition CLOSED on Sun, 4th Jun 2023

This exhibition has finished.

Cost: £9.50

Description

When TV meets Comics, the stars are the limit!

Gerry Anderson revolutionised the world of puppetry with his advanced technique of Supermarionation in the 60s but his innovation didn't stop there. To capitalise on the nationwide obsession with this new and interesting style of television, the weekly comic in a newspaper format TV Century 21 was launched!

This exhibition will take visitors back in time to a more magical period of retro-futuristic glitz, glamour and adventure, showcasing classic comic artwork based on the worlds of Gerry Anderson.

It's an opportunity to relive the nostalgia of crowding around worn-out comics and dodgy TV sets, and to pay homage to the man who raised generations of children from the 60s to the 2000s on tales of science fiction and intrigue.


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Location

Cartoon Museum,

63 Wells Street, London,
W1A 3AE

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