John Yeoman and Quentin Blake: 50 Years of Children's Books

An exhibition of Quentin Blake's work with lifelong collaborator John Yeoman

When, Where

Quentin Blake has had a number of extended collaborations with writers, but the longest of all has been with John Yeoman.

The first book for both of them was A Drink of Water in 1960 (which will appear in the exhibition) and since then they have worked together on nearly 50 projects. The latest, All The Year Round, will be launched by Andersen Press on 2 October to coincide with the exhibition.

Buy exhibition tickets below – one ticket covers admission to all House of Illustration exhibitions that are open on the day.

Tickets

Tickets Price Number Total price
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Adult ticket with gift aid£8.25 £8.25
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Concession ticket with gift aid£5.50 £5.50
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Child ticket with gift aid£4.40 £4.40
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Family ticket with gift aid£19.80 £19.80
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Adult ticket£7.50 £7.50
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Concession ticket£5.00 £5.00
£0.00
Child ticket£4.00 £4.00
£0.00
Family ticket£18.00 £18.00
£0.00

Ticket information:

Your ticket covers admission to ALL current House of Illustration exhibitions that are open on the day of your visit. Please make sure you have checked our What's On page for full details. House of Illustration is open 10:00-18:00 Tuesdays through Sundays. Final admission is at 17:30.

Please help us by choosing a ticket which includes a 10% voluntary Gift Aid donation. If you add 10% we are able to claim Gift Aid on the entire ticket price which is a huge help. If you are not a UK taxpayer please select non Gift Aid tickets.

Concessions: Senior (over 65), student, job seeker, disabled.

Child: aged 5-18. Under 5s go free (up to four per parent or guardian)

Family: Up to 2 adults and 3 children under 18

Any paying disabled visitor can be accompanied by their carer free of charge.

These tickets will grant entry to all galleries that are open on the day of your visit.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable. All tickets sales subject to our general terms and conditions.

Gift Aid
Gift Aid admissions allow us to reclaim tax on the full value of the ticket price, as well as the donation. This means an extra 25p in each pound. 
 
If purchasing more than one ticket at the Gift Aid price the additional tickets must be for family members.
 
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