Drawing Horrible Histories with Martin Brown

Sat 19 Sep

Saturday, 19 September 2020

3.00pm - 4.00pm

Talk | In Venue & Online

Drawing Horrible Histories with Martin Brown

Prepare for guts and gore with illustrator Martin Brown of Horrible Histories fame as he takes us on a journey from the bloody Battle of Waterloo to the frightful First World War.

This event has finished, but you can watch it again online at any time until Sunday, 11 October 2020.

Price: FREE
Horrible Histories: Frightful First World War

Description

Do you like your history with the nasty bits left in? Do you like drawing?

Martin Brown, the illustrator behind the bestselling Horrible Histories books, will bring history to life with some intriguing and gruesome facts. Don’t forget to sharpen your pencils and have your pens to hand as this fun event for all the family will feature a quick-fire drawing session.

Martin Brown is best known for being the illustrator of the phenomenally successful Horrible Histories series of books. After 27 years and 30 million copies sold, these have gone on to become award-winning stage and TV shows, exhibitions, games and Horrible Histories: The Movie. Martin has also written and illustrated Lesser Spotted Animals 1 and 2, fun non-fiction books about some of the world’s more unfamiliar wildlife – ‘the brilliant beasts you never knew you needed to know about’.

Date & time

Saturday, 19 September 2020
3.00pm - 4.00pm

Venue

Foyle Centre
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
London SW3 4HT

Price

Online: FREE

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