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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.

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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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