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RAYMOND BRIGGS & BRYAN TALBOT


Raymond Briggs and Bryan Talbot: The first ever in-depth discussion between two quintessentially British pioneers of graphic novels, Raymond Briggs, author of When The Wind Blows and Ethel & Ernest, and Bryan Talbot, author of Luther Arkwright and Alice in Sunderland, covering over three decades of their comics creativity and marking new editions of Gentleman Jim and The Tale of One Bad Rat. Chaired by Rachel Cooke of The Observer. Followed by book signings. More…

Tickets: £10, £9 Concessions, £8 ICA Members
Where: Nash Room, ICA, Mall, London
When: Saturday, August 9, 2008 - from 2.30pm



Left to Right: Raymond Briggs, Bryan Talbot, Rachel Cooke

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