Panels and Workshops
There will be a series of panels being held in the J2 auditorium throughout the day, starting at 10:30 am and running constantly until 5:00 pm. All attendees are welcome to enjoy as many panels as they wish.
The story of how the Makey's started an independent comics store in the midst of the recession and an overview of the current state of the comics/cult entertainment retail industy.
Alice, in all her forms
Zoe Burgess will be doing a panel on the various aspects, incarnations and perceptions of Alice in Literature, Games, Japanese Culture, and elsewhere.
Working in comics
John Ross and Glenn Dakin (Doctor Who) and Alan Cowsill (Revolutionary War) will be sharing their 20 years of experience of working as comics professionals.
My Little Pony: a story of Fanfiction
ObabScribbler, Reverb Brony, DeadlyReg, TheLostNarrator, and Over 470 Fiction Written will be here to give us a presentation on the world of fanfiction from the My Little Pony perspective.
Fantasy & Sci-Fi DIY
In her third appearance at Camcon, Claire Gristwood will be presenting a panel on writing Fantasy and Sci-fi. She will also be sharing her own experience on self-publishing, giving advice and holding a Questions & Answers session.
Spreading the message
Let The Geek Out will be talking about their radio show, the only FM radio show that broadcasts only geek-culture and music. Listen, meet and ask questions while they talk about the challenges in getting geek culture into the media!
Test your trivia across 8 rounds of geek knowledge, battling it out for your chance to win the title of CamCon 2014 Quiz Winner and the Pile of Prizes.
Entry is £3.00 per participant, with teams of any size welcome and encouraged. All proceeds to Cosplay Against Cancer. Full details available on the day.
To donate/pledge to the Pile of Prizes (and get a mention in the Con Book & during the Quiz) please email .
Scheduled to start at the end of The Masquerade
The panel schedule will be announced as and when guests are confirmed.