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Science fiction event will bring in all the stars

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: June 04, 2014

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STARS of science fiction are set to meet hordes of fans at a special event.

EM-Con, the East Midlands sci-fi and fantasy convention, will bring the best talent from film, television, comics, books together on Sunday, March 2015 at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham.

There will be Stormtroopers, Predators and Daleks and many other surprises from a galaxy far far awa on show.

Visitors will be able to meet and talk to their favourite stars from Game of Thrones, Red Dwarf, Buck Rogers, Star Trek, Star Wars and Dr Who as well as having the opportunity to obtain professional photographs and autographs.

Merchandise including custom made items will be available from more than 100 traders and artists from various comics could sketch or draw something special for visitors on the day.

Among the stars on show will be Gil Gerards from Buck Rogers, Chris Barrie, Craig Charles and Danny John Jules, from Red Dwarf alongside Hannah Spearritt, from Primeval.

Darth Vader himself, Dave Prowse, will be at the event to sign autographs as well as several stars from smash-hit Game of Thrones including

Josef Altin and James Cosmo.

Tickets are on sale now priced at £8 and £12.50. There is a maximum of 10 tickets per person.

Visit www.capitalfmarena.com/online/emcon for more details.

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