Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Wallace & Gromit film The Wrong Trousers with a never-before-seen exhibition at The Cartoon Museum. When: September 12 to
Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Wallace & Gromit film The Wrong Trousers with a never-before-seen exhibition at The Cartoon Museum.
When: September 12 to April 16, 2024
Where: The Cartoon Museum
Ticket Price: Adult £9.50. Concession (over 60 y/o) £6. Student £4. Universal Credit recipients £2.
Under-18s, ArtFund, London Pass, Members go free.
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Released in 1993, The Wrong Trousers introduced icons Wallace & Gromit to the dangerous foe Feathers McGraw. McGraw was a villainous penguin with ambitions to put Wallace’s ingenious inventions to criminal use.
The classic Aardman Animations film won an Academy Award, becoming part of a long legacy for the company as the home of British animation. For the film’s 30th anniversary, The Cartoon Museum and Aardman are collaborating on an exhibition that celebrates that legacy.
The exhibition will showcase behind the screen shots showing the artists and studio as the film was made, set pieces and models seen for the first time in London, and plenty of surviving original artwork.
September 12 (Tuesday) - April 16 (Tuesday)