Shaun the Sheep series

15 February 2007 by Karen

logo featuring a plasticine man and dog and the words 'Animated Adventures'

Judging by the millions of kids streaming in and out of World Museum Liverpool, the latest exhibition, Animated Adventures, is doing ridiculously well (Ian Jackson at the Art In Liverpool blog seemed to enjoy it as well). I’ve not been yet – promised my 40-something boyfriend I wouldn’t go without him.

Fans of Aardman Animations, who’s ‘Curse of the Were-Rabbit’ features heavily in the exhibition, will be chuffed to hear that Wallace & Gromit star, Shaun the Sheep, is getting his own TV series. Some pretty fab pics of the production can be found on the Guardian’s site.

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