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Dennis The Menace
Dennis The Menace

Beano artist in Kidderminster.

Kev F Sutherland, the man who draws Dennis The Menace, The Bash Street Kids and their friends for the Beano, has his first solo exhibition of comic art at Kidderminster Library.

Kev F Out Of The Beano
Description:The man who draws Dennis The Menace has an exhibition of his comic art at Kidderminster Library
Start Date:10/06/2006
Start Time:09:00
End Date:08/07/2006
End Time:16:00
Prices:adult Free
Genres:Art, Community
People:Kev F Sutherland (Contributor)
Venue Name:Kidderminster Library
Address:Market Street
Kidderminster
DY10 1AD
Worcestershire
Telephone:01562 824 500
Email:KidderminsterLib@worcestershire.gov.uk

The man behind Dennis The Menace has his first solo comic art exhibition at Kidderminster Library until Saturday 8 July.

Kev F Sutherland and Plug
Kev F Sutherland and Plug

Kev F Sutherland draws Dennis, The Bash Street Kids and their friends for the Beano, often paying homage to films in his stories such as 'Ickle Bickle Werewolf On Bash Street' and 'Saint Asbo's'.

The exhibition features pages of original artwork, as well as unseen scripts and designs by Kev - alongside comics and strips by students at his Comic Art Masterclass.

The exhibition is free and open Monday to Saturday from 09.00 to 16:30, more information is available from the library on 01562 824 500.

last updated: 14/06/06
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