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Posy Simmonds: A Retrospective

Museums House of Illustration , King’s Cross Until Sunday September 15 2019
Posy Simmonds: A Retrospective
'Cassandra Darke, finished illustration' (2014) © Posy Simmonds.jpg

Time Out says

The art of Posy Simmonds, creator of 'Tamara Drewe', is celebrated at the House of Illustration with an exhibition spanning her 50-years-plus career. Along with original sketches for Simmonds' Dorest-based saga (later made into a film starring Gemma Arterton), the show features drawings for 'Fred', Simmonds' children's book, and her latest work 'Cassandra Darke', the story of a grumpy, wannabe crime-solving art dealer. 


Address: 2 Granary Square
King's Cross
Transport: House of Illustration is a 7-10 minute walk from King’s Cross St Pancras station, served by numerous tube and national rail lines as well as buses. You will find us at the north-east corner of Granary Square, in the building to the right of Central Saint Martins as you face it. The entrance to House of Illustration is on the side facing the grassy area, near Waitrose.
Price: £8.25 concs. available
Opening hours: Open 10:00 - 18:00 Tuesday - Sunday Closed Mondays

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