December 6, 2021


The travel folks

Film festival and comic con event coming to Northwich

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Film and comic fans will get the chance to launch their internal hero when a new event will come to Northwich.

Passionate comedian fan Mike Holman has organised a unique pageant for the city celebrating videos and comic textbooks.

The celebration, which will just take spot in between 10am and 5pm on November 27, is being held at The Plaza in Witton Road.

Mike, from Northwich, hopes the Northwich Movie and Comedian Con Festival will be a wonderful knowledge for men and women.

He explained: “I’m a Northwich ‘boy’ and have lived here all my life. I employed to have a aspect-time task on the outdoor sector every week and after ending would go straight to the indoor market and shell out all my funds at the 2nd-hand e book stall on comics.

The old Regal Cinema lobby murals will be on display at The Plaza

“I’ve constantly experienced a passion for comics at any time given that a young age. I dressed up as Spider-Person as child much too. I have constantly liked it.

“I’m hoping to contain as many Northwich-based mostly sellers as feasible.

“I’m definitely delighted we have actors in purpose coming along who want to interact with their most significant supporters, they want to make their day. I simply cannot wait around.”

At the celebration will be stalls with toys, collectables, Lego and artwork, which will also be on sale.

For all those who get pleasure from dressing up there will be cosplay competitions.

A VR zone will also be there, for a modest demand, and a movie screening with some dilemma-and-answer content from movie manufacturing crews and actors letting cosplay fanatics to know everything they want to know about their favorite heroes.

The primary murals from the lobby of the town’s previous Regal Cinema, which was demolished in 2013, will be the pride of place on phase for anyone to see and choose pictures.

There will also be chance to take a exciting selfie, together with some props and backdrops, with a assortment of people this kind of as Batman, Iron Person, Baymax and some Stormtroopers.

Lightning McQueen from Automobiles, as well as cars and trucks from Fast & Furious, can also be found outdoors for photos.

Tickets are readily available on the internet for pre-sale, with grownup tickets at £5, and a children’s ticket at £3.

Mike added: “Although there is a modest cost, everyone attending the event will acquire a gift, together with a quite confined number of gold and silver tickets, which include signatures, shots, VR activities and a bespoke goodie bag. Everyone gets anything out of it.”

Not only is he organising the competition, Mike has also spoken to Northwich Library, with the intention of starting a weekly comic celebration just about every Saturday there to help motivate kids to read through and delight in comics.

He reported: “It’s really essential little ones have these first-hand activities they master and have interaction. That is why gatherings like these are so important.”

Tickets are £5 for grown ups and £3 for youngsters. They can be purchased at or from Millennium Comics and DB2. in Church Highway, Northwich Radio in Leicester Street or Goblin Gaming on the Riverside Investing Estate. All rights reserved. | Newsphere by AF themes.