Heroes and Villains — at the Cartoon Museum (Jul 2016)

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, 35 Little Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London 51.517694 -0.126034
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Cartoon Museum’s opening times are 10.30 AM to 5.30 PM (Mon–Sat), noon–5 PM (Sun)
Tickets & Cost:
£7
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The contact number for Cartoon Museum is +44 (0) 207 580 8155
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The Cartoon Museum's new "Heroes and Villains" exhibition will feature people that we either love to love... or love to hate.

It will include political cartoons, caricatures and comic strips, including a few that have been specially selected by celebrities and members of the public.

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