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Aldeburgh: Cartoonist’s visit draws an eager crowd

11:55 10 April 2014

Award-winning cartoonist Tony Husband, whose work has featured in Private Eye, The Spectator, The Times and The Sunday Express, will be at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout creative space to conduct a cartonist masterclass with visiting children.Mina and Eva Jowett creating some cartoons with Tony.

Award-winning cartoonist Tony Husband, whose work has featured in Private Eye, The Spectator, The Times and The Sunday Express, will be at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout creative space to conduct a cartonist masterclass with visiting children.Mina and Eva Jowett creating some cartoons with Tony.

A top cartoonist, whose satirical drawings have raised laughs with a worldwide audience, has been spending the week passing on his expertise on the Suffolk coast.

Tony Husband, famous for his humorous cartoons in Private Eye and many other publications, is leading workshop for children and grown-ups at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout - a creative seaside spot run by Caroline Wiseman, who said: “Tony is a brilliant cartoonist. He is also such fun with the children and is a good teacher.”

The free workshops continue from 2-5pm today and Friday, and from 11-5pm on Saturday.

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