SFX Weekender Schedule

A preliminary list of activities went out to people a week or so ago, but here's the schedule that's going in the SFX Weekender programme guide at the event itself. Click on one of the images below to open the PDF schedule for each day.

People coming to the event will get a free printed guide which contains these schedules.



Please note: this programme does not list the autograph signing schedule. If you want a person's autograph, please check the notices at the venue itself - most authors can be approached after their talks in The Slaughtered Lamb pub, most actors will have specific times in the main hall and most comics creators, for instance Dave Gibbons, will be on stands in the dealer's area. This will become clear when you turn up next Friday.

There are other activities (the presence of replica Daleks and Weeping Angels , competitions, Clint Langley drawing on the 2000 AD stand and so on) which are not listed in this document. You'll just have to come along and see for yourself.

You will also see that there are certain times during the day that are listed as "to be confirmed" - we're still finalising the screening programme, for instance, and this will be posted at the venue itself next Friday and Saturday.

There is a thread discussing this on the SFX forum . If you have any other questions about accommodation or tickets, please contact the event organisers on 08700 110034 (this is a local rate number although it connects to an office in Europe so please do not be concerned if the dialling tone doesn’t sound right).

Start highlighting things you want to watch, and we'll see you in Camber Sands next week!

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