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Wednesday 7th December 2011


There's still time to book your place at the SFX Weekender

Craig CharlesRed Dwarf's Craig Charles will be back on the decks at Prestatyn's SFX Weekender in February 2012 -- an extravaganza of sci-fi and fantasy celebrities, events and wonders under the aegis of the UK's premiere sci-fi magazine. Gaze at the Victorian Steampunk Society's odd contraptions. Gasp at the war-of-words smackdown between authors such as China Mieville, Robert Rankin and Paul Cornell. Kneel before the stars of Doctor Who. Our tip for the top: get there on Thursday for the early bird party... and probably stay till Monday to spare your hangover. Suit up, cosplayers, and fly the anime flag!

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