First stop though was the new underpass from Kings' Cross up to Granary Square. I think it's the only time that I've been excited by an underpass. It's ever changing in lights are reminiscent of Bridget Riley and as few people seem to know about it it's fairly empty.
And so on to the main event. After paying the entrance fee you walk into a fabulous room covered by Quentin Blake images. Blake is one of the trustees and subject of the first exhibition.
What's not to love about Quentin Blake who appeals to the young and old (who remember back to when they were young....)
As well as the wall illustrations there was a small display to give you an idea of the creative process including a paint palette. I love how it's so used.
And into the main room where a selection of images from a section of his work spanning his career (Danny the Champion of the World, the Twits, The Clown, The Boy In the Dress and Candide to name a few)
As you can see the room was wall to wall of Blake's art
So in short it's great but small, support it if you can as there is the gem of something special beginning to grow.