Gloucester Comic-Con has moved to a new venuePosted on 19th July 2017
The venue for Gloucester Comic-Con has changed with the event now moving to the Kingsholm Stadium.
The event, which is to take place on September 9 and 10, needed to be relocated as it had outgrown its city centre venue.
Moving proceedings from its old venue of the GL1 Leisure Centre to the Kingsholm Stadium will allow the organisers to now show movie cars and other large outdoor exhibits.
Fans have been reassured that the tickets purchased for the old venue will still be valid at Gloucester Comic-Con’s new location.
While the venue may have changed, the date and guests will remain the same, with the event ready to entertain all those in attendance and visiting while on holiday at a Forest of Dean cottage.
Guests at this year’s event include The Honky Tonk Man, professional wrestler Wayne Farris, stand-up comedian Norman Lovett (known for playing Holly in Red Dwarf) and actor James Mackenzie from the children’s series Raven.
Tickets are available from Skiddle.
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