The countdown is on as Southports very own Comic Con is only a few weeks away.
Run by NorthWestComicCons this is going to be really exciting.
MakeItWorkShop will be there running a Trade stall and we are bringing some fantastic rare, collectable and vintage items. We will also have our special NEW BLACK DALEK with us. We will also have an assortment of 12 carat gold original Pince Nez glasses with a variety of coloured lenses for those who love the steampunk look.
We really hope you can pop along to Southports Convention Centre. Tickets can be purchased on the door from 11am and early bird tickets can be purchased online.
Tel 01704 535123
We have 4 Early Bird Wristbands up for grabs and you have a further week to get your entry in. Just pop into MakeItWorkShop and enter your contact details in our special draw box.
We will be drawing 4 names from the box on Friday 3rd November.
WATCH THIS SPACE.
MakeItWorkShop, Cambridge Walks, Cambridge Arcade, Southport, PR8 1EN.
TELEPHONE 01704 535123
Jack Skellington, A Human Tardis, Harry Potter, Anna and Kristoff with Sven were all seen wandering around Southport on Saturday 16th September. DID YOU SEE THEM? They were helping to Promote Southport Comic Con and Leigh Comic Con.
Our very own Debster from MakeItWorkShop was there as the HumanTardis along with a few eager Cosplayers and helpers. Don’t they look great. They were all up bright and early in some of their favourite Cosplays to help promote North West Comic Cons next two amazing events. Leigh Comic Con which will be Saturday 25th November 2017 and Southport Comic Con on Saturday 24th February 2018.
It was a bit of a chilly start as they all met up at 9am and most of them didn’t have coats ( who wants to cover up an amazing costume) thankfully it didn’t rain. Southport Air Show was just starting to come to life and the people were slowly arriving.
Everyone was cheerful as the flyers were handed out to passers-by, which for the lucky first few had sweets attached. Thankfully the sun came out and it started to warm up. Passers-by smiled as they saw the colourful costumes and many asked for photographs too.
A quick break at McDonalds for a coffee and a do-nut to keep them going and they were off again around Ocean Plaza. It was smiles all around and no one noticed they had been walking for nearly three hours as it had been so much fun.
They had the pleasure of having a professional photographer to take some photos of the day. A massive thank you to S A Photography and you can find more of his wonderful work on Facebook, but here are more photographs taken on the day. Thanks again S A Photography.
For more information on tickets for both events please visit http://www.northwestcomiccons.co.uk
We are excited to be involved as we will be holding a trade table at Southport Comic Con ourselves and look forward to seeing you all there.
Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon to 5pm
Call In and check them out….. Pince-Nez Morpheus “Matrix” Eyeglasses.
These are not reproduction but original 19th and early 20th Century, rolled gold frames customised into sunglasses….. They come in vivid pink, sky blue and tinted brown, plus other colours to order… At very reasonable prices.
The lens sizes differ but mostly the different frame designs and mountings will fit just about anyone. The prices for these unique glasses will be set to within everyone’s budget. Want to ‘Amaze your friends’! Trust us, you will…
We can also provide a service for anyone who wants a specific prescription or colour….. or even plain glass for costume wear.
We also have Reading glasses in various designs and fittings, with the original glass lenses in a variety of magnification strengths.
A good selection of lanyards are also available….. including the original gold ‘ear-hooks’ and chains.
Pince Nez/Morpheus “Matrix” Eyeglasses have no arms, they clip onto the nose. Thus the name ‘Pince Nez’ which in French means – pincer, to pinch, and nez, nose. Pince nez reached their peak popularity around 1885 and were popular until around the 1920’s.
They are highly sought after within the Goth, Retro, Steampunk and Cosplay communities as well as for cool everyday wear.
BASED AT THE HEART OF SOUTHPORT.
We can be accessed via Merseyrail at Southport Station and Lord Street and Eastbank Street by Stagecoach and Arriva buses.
Remember: you do not buy things at MakeItWorkShop… You help us raise funds so that we can continue to serve our community and, in return…. we give you something wonderful
8-16 Cambridge Walks
EMAIL US @ ….. firstname.lastname@example.org
“For ourselves, together, for each other…”
MCM COMIC CON LIVERPOOL – STAFF ATTEND IN COSTUME, HUMAN TARDIS, MALIFICENT AND BATMAN – LIVERPOOLS FIRST EVER COMIC CON WAS A HIT
What an absolute blast, loved every minute of Liverpools first ever MCM Comic Con at the Exhibition Centre town centre.
We arrived early as we had priority tickets and were inside by 9am. There were loads of stalls to buy lots of goodies and I treated myself to a 10th Doctors Sonic Screwdriver and Tardis bracelet.
There were some fab guests at the venue among them were :-
Paul Amos, the voice of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate protagonist Jacob Frye.
Lindsay Wagner aka The Bionic Woman.
Victoria Atkin is to join Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate co-star Paul Amos as a special guest at March’s Comic Con. Victoria voices Jacob Frye’s twin sister Evie in the hit videogame.
Jessica DiCicco, who voices the hotheaded Flame Princess in amazing animation Adventure Time, is the latest star to join Liverpool Comic Con’s special guest list.
Andrew Lee Potts will be joining Primeval co-star Hannah Spearritt (also from S Club 7).
Danny John-Jules – best known for playing the super-stylish Cat in sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf – joining series co-star Robert Llewellyn (Kryten).
Doctor Who‘s Sophie Aldred. Sophie played The Seventh Doctor’s popular companion Ac.
The cosplay costumes were amazing and everyone was really friendly. This was my first ever cosplay and it certainly won’t be my last.
The Batman and Malificent are available to purchase at our Community Interest Company MAKEitWorkShop along with many more.
Pop in and see us, we have a vast number of retro, vintage and collectables items aswell.
Cambridge Walks, Cambridge Arcade, Eastbank Street, Southport, PR8 1EN. Telephone 01704 535123.