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Programming in the Snug

October 18th, 2017 · Comments Off on Programming in the Snug

You can book for any of the workshops in the Snug by emailing There will be some spaces held back for on the day sign up as well

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The programme for 2017 is here

October 15th, 2017 · 3 Comments

BristolCon is a mere two weeks away and today we can reveal the programme in all its glory. We think you’ll agree that it’s full of delight and would love to hear here, on Twitter or on Facebook what you’re looking forward to the most! The Programme

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Program participation forms

September 5th, 2017 · Comments Off on Program participation forms

As BristolCon rapidly approaches we have sent out program participation forms to those of you who have volunteered for the program. We’ve been going through the ones we’ve received so far. If you’ve got one and haven’t filled it in please do so ASAP. If you haven’t had one and want one please mail programme […]

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BristolCon 2016 Progress Report 3a

September 30th, 2016 · Comments Off on BristolCon 2016 Progress Report 3a

Two posts in one day is not great social media management, but I couldn’t wait to share the news that the programme is now fully up on the site, with links to the participant’s bios. It’s split by room, with the Friday night Fringe events, the Art Show presentations and the Games schedule under Other Programming. Signups are open […]

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Advertise in the BristolCon Programme Book

September 12th, 2016 · 1 Comment

If you would like to see your ad in our programme book at BristolCon 2016, please contact me (Roz) on media[at]bristolcon[dot]org or on twitter @bristolcon within the next 7 days. We’re also still accepting items for goodie bags – if you have any flyers, bookmarks, promo cards or merchandise you’d like to send us please […]

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Programme Participation applications close today

September 11th, 2016 · 2 Comments

Just a quick note to let you know that we will be taking down the programme participation form this evening at 9pm. We’re excited to have already received record numbers of applications, and MEG is now faced with the enormous challenge of trying to fit as many people as possible into the right slots! Please […]

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Time Travel and Real Physics – A Presentation by Professor Ian Stewart

September 17th, 2015 · Comments Off on Time Travel and Real Physics – A Presentation by Professor Ian Stewart

This year at BristolCon we are delighted to be hosting a presentation by Professor Ian Stewart entitled “Time Travel and Real Physics” in which, I am reliably assured, he is going to tell our membership exactly how to build a time machine. Not out of a Delorean, apparently, but he does say that this will […]

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Evening Entertainment at BristolCon

August 24th, 2015 · Comments Off on Evening Entertainment at BristolCon

Whilst the programme of panels and presentations is receiving the final flourishes and garnishes, we can now announce the line-up of entertainment for both the Friday and Saturday evenings at BristolCon. On Friday night there will be a fun, informal workshop on giving readings followed by an open mic event, and on Saturday we’ll have […]

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Sarah Ash Returns to the BristolCon Art Room

June 4th, 2015 · Comments Off on Sarah Ash Returns to the BristolCon Art Room

Following the popularity of her talk on Mythology in Anime at BristolCon last year, Sarah Ash (The Flood Dragon’s Sacrifice) will be coming back to give a talk on Living Dolls. Here’s what she has to say about it.   Persocoms, Giftias and Hybrid Children – manga and anime’s love affair with artificially created humans […]

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Gremlins in the Panel Form!

May 27th, 2015 · Comments Off on Gremlins in the Panel Form!

Hello all, Technical gremlins have chomped their way through our prototype panel form, so there will be a short interlude while we flush them out with flamethrowers, Fifth Element style. When we’ve driven them out we will be emailing the people who volunteered to be on panels, but there may be a slight delay. Sorry […]

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