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Steve Bell - Shows, Exhibitions, Talks and Videos

BELLSBREXIT Current and future exhibitions and events:-

  • Nothing much in the pipeline at the moment. The most recent exhibition was  Brexit Bells an exhibition of Brexit cartoons at the Guardian foyer, King’s Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU from February to April in 2019
  • Inked On Paper an exhibition of Steve Bell’s cartoons at the Gus Fisher Gallery Centre for Art Studies, Creative Arts and Industries University of Auckland, 74 Shortland St, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
    from 6th March to April 22nd in 2017

  • Talk at the National Library in Wellington, New Zealand, March 9th 2017
  • Abusing Power – The Cartoonist in a Post–Truth World the Hood Lecture at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, 16th March 2017
  • Offensive Vulgarity in an Age of Enlightenment a talk on the work of William Hogarth and his continuing influence and inspiration, given as the twenty-first Lewis Walpole Library Lecture at Yale University. New Haven, Conncticut, USA, October 23rd 2014

  • Bell Epoque Exhibition at the Cartoon Museum, 35 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HH
    from May 25th to July 24th 2011
    Tel: +44 (0)207 580 8155
    Fax: +44 (0)207 631 0793
  • Exhibition Steve Bell - Im Auge des Zeichners at the Wilhelm Busch Museum in Hannover, Germany from February 13th to May 15th 2011
    Deutsches Museum für Karikatur und Zeichenkunst - Wilhelm Busch
    30167 Hannover
    Tel: 00 39 (0)511 16 99 99 11; Fax: 00 39 (0)511 16 99 99 99
  • Co-curator (with Anita O'Brien) of Ronald Searle: Graphic Master exhibition at the Cartoon Museum
    35 Little Russell Street
    London WC1A 2HH
    From March 2nd until July 2010
  • Co-curator and contributor to parts of Rude Britannia: British Comic Art exhibition
    Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1
    June 9th to September 5th 2010
    020 7887 8732
  • Exhibition at the Ewert Karlsson Political Cartoon Museum in Norkoping in Sweden from September 2009 Arbetets museum/Museum of Work
    Laxholmen S-602 21

Great Scott - The Musical

    Great Scott, an all-singing, all dancing, penguin-packed musical version of the story of Captain Scott and his Antarctic obsession, co-written with Hugh Card, with music by Joe Bell and Isaac Cockburn was first performed at the Bridewell Theatre in 2004. A truncated version, performed at the Komedia in Brighton was broadcast on Radio 4 in 2006. A viral version is currently in preparation to mark the centenary of this Great British Disaster in 2012.

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