UK conventions and festivals: scifi, fantasy and horror

The Brits love a festival it would seem. Hardly a month goes past without another one being spawned. Here’s a better list  than you’ll find most places for UK scifi, fantasy and horror conventions and festivals.

If you run or know of a convention you’d like included in the above list, just give me a shout.

12 comments on “UK conventions and festivals: scifi, fantasy and horror

  1. Pingback: UK conventions and festivals « Metaphysical Fantasy

  2. Hello! Sorry to be a pain, but BristolCon is organised by the Bristol Fantasy and SF society, not the British one. We don’t like to give ourselves airs down in the West Country!

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  4. Wow an up to date list :D this is what I like to see.

    I’m Sam, captain of StarBase Leicester, and every year we get together with a local cinema called Phoenix Square to run ScifiFest. A movie festival perfect for geeks! with a quiz, gaming, book launch, and even a nerf shooting gallery and a 3d printing display with a chance to print stuff!

    http://www.phoenix.org.uk/index.php?cms_id=615

    this is the event May 10th, wish I’d found you sooner… Keep up the good work

    Sam

  5. One off event on the 25th October…

    Greenwich Time Symposium: Objects in Time

    A day of enquiry, tinkering and questioning, examining the facts and fiction behind everyday objects.

    With panel discussion, talk on writing by sci-fi novelist Robert Adam, and you can get involved in a clockwork workshop with steampunk artist Jemma Hewitt.

    25 October
    12.00-16.00

    £15 / £10 members and concessions

    http://bit.ly/NMMobjctstime

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