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what’s on this week

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Knock Knock Comedy Club @ Baths Hall on Thursday 27th June

Cleethorpes Armed Forces Weekend– The Arc Westcliff are running a bus trip to this priced at £10 Adult/£6 Child

Soul & Motown Tribute Night at Redbourn Sports & Social Club on Saturday 29th June

INDIE Market on Sunday 30th June @ Cafe INDIEpendent

Live@Five Music Sundays @ Penny Bank Scunthorpe

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From organiser behind Kendal Calling- Cultural Festival Of The Sky

It all begins with a glance to the skies…

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Poolside DJ Event // Cleethorpes Gathering

SATURDAY 12TH MAY@ THE BEACHCOMBER HOLIDAY PARK IN CLEETHORPES 4 EVENT BRANDS UNITE IN MUSIC…
4 local promoters had a vison of bringing cleethorpes something truly special, a never done before multi event gathering.
The beachcomber is without a doubt the best venue in the area boasting its huge size and multi arenas and we managed to secure it for the very first CLEETHORPES GATHERING…

With 6 internationally known DJs coming to Cleethorpes for this it is set to be one hell of a party.. 400 early bird tickets have already sold out in 4 weeks since release.
Poolside party hosted by GOODTIMES start at 2pm till 7pm so some cool tunes a few beers and a burger to warm everyone up, while the main Venue will open around 6pm.

LINE UP

INTIMATE
(Old school house)

S E B F O N T A I N E
P A U L B L E A S D A L E

ANDY WOODS
DAZ FLATMAN
TANNY
JUSTIN TIME
CHRIS POWER
MATT VESSEY


CLUBBED UP
(Clubland classics)

FRIDAY NIGHT POSSE
ALEX PEPPER

KIRK LLOYD
MIKE GIDDY
GARETH DAVIES
DAVE CURTIS
CHEW-E
PIP HAMMOND


REMINISCENCE
(Hardhouse/Trance anthems )

LISA PIN UP
ANNE SAVAGE

D-CLIPS
KIRK LLOYD
WAYNE EH
ROB CURTIS
JOE SWALES
SHAUNE MORGAN
DAVE BARNETT
MATTY INGOLDBY
KENO


GOODTIMES
(House/deep house n tech)

THE ORANGE PEELERS

LEE SPARKES
MATT BARTRAM
ELLIOT WRIGHT
SONOFAK

HOTEL INFO:

Cleethorpes premier inn is situated a 10 minute walk away from the venue or a 2 minute taxi ride
Or
Alternatively there are lots of b&bs in the heart of cleethorpes at very reasonable prices and still only 4 minute in a taxi

!!!! Grab your tickets while u can, when there gone there gone !!!!
Tickets are already selling fast so don’t delay!

Standard £15
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM
The beachcomber info desk
Or
Grimsby Tanning Studio
11 Alexandra Rd, Grimsby
DN311RD

Or Online via:
https://www.skiddle.com/e/13155618

https://www.facebook.com/events/569932333354702/?ti=cl

GEEKS // Cleethorpes Comic Con

It’s almost Easter, so that means “GEEKS” Cleethorpes Comic Con is nearly here again..

Saturday 31st March 2018
Open 10.00am – 5.00pm
Cleethorpes Leisure Centre
Kingsway
Cleethorpes
DN35 0BY

Special Advance prices on e-tickets:
Teen/Adult £5
Age 12 & under £3
Age 5 & under FREE at all times
http://skiddle.com/e/13094319

Admission on the door from 10am:
Teen/Adult £6
Age 12 & under £4
Age 5 & under FREE at all times

Encompassing all things “geeky” be it from Movies, Comics, TV, Anime and Video Games to Posters and Models of your favourite heroes and villains..
We’ll be bringing some of the UK’s best specialist dealers along with us..

Special guests..
Shaun Wallace – ITV’s The Chase
Annette Badland – Doctor Who/Outlander
Andrew-Lee Potts – Primeval
John Leeson – Doctor Who/Rainbow
Rosie Jane – Doctor Who

The very awesome Superhero Cosplay team will be protecting us from all manners of evil and dastardly doings..

Check out The Mystery Machine, Lightning McQueen, Daryl Dixon’s Motorbike and more besides..

Plus we’ll have a dedicated retro gaming area for you to sample some vintage console goodness alongside this will be a new VR zone

With around 50 Dealer tables full of collectable merchandise and gifts, there’s bound to be something for everyone..

Finally there are two Cosplay Contests, Junior (age 2-12) at 1.30pm, and Teen/Adult (13+) at 3.00pm..
No registration needed, just wait by the stage at the times above..

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Review // GEEKABILIA Cleethorpes

Review written by Steven Potter

As a regular attendee of the Scunthorpe convention scene, upon hearing of the cancellation of 2 events (S-Con and Sci-Fest), I decided to look into what other local events were happening.

Whilst Scunthorpe is still getting its own Comic con, (North Lincs TV & Film Comic Con presents Scunthorpe Comic Con 3 at the Baths Hall on Sunday 18th June 2017), I still wanted to attend more.

I had previously volunteered to take photos for S-Con and Sci-Fest over the last few years and had some of my photos appear on the Scunthorpe Telegraph website for last years Comic Con, but I really enjoy photography and knew a few people going to the Cleethorpes Con so decided to attend on the Friday.

As the event was being held at Cleethorpes Leisure Centre, which is only a short train journey away and a few minutes walk, I got got up early Friday morning and arrived at the venue not long before the doors opened.

Outside the building, an inflatable TARDIS and Mr. Stay Puft the Marshallow Man were on display, with many people taking their photos with them whilst waiting to enter the venue.

Upon entering the building, I was greeted by the staff and immediately noticed several props nearby, which including a bat signal, several models including Batman, ET, Rocket Raccoon, Groot, Star-Lord and Dobby, as well as a ghost containment system and Vigo painting from the GhostBusters movies.

There were a large number of cosplayers including members of The SuperHeroes Cosplay Group and The Sentinel Squad. Both of these groups travel the country attending events and collecting money for various charities.

I spoke to Katie Richmond Cosplay, who is a member of The SuperHeroes Cosplay Group and was one of the most popular cosplayers in attendance on the day, with her outfits based on Disney’s Moana and Ariel the Little Mermaid.

“Geeks Cleethorpes was a fantastic event.” said Katie. “I was there as part of the SuperHeroes Cosplay team who raise funds for Ashgate Hospice.” “The venue was fab and it was a pleasure to meet so many talented cosplayers”.

I also met and chat with several cosplayers including WolverSteve, who is such a huge Wolverine fan that Hugh Jackman knows who he is and he was personally invited to meet Hugh and attend the Logan premiere.

WolverSteve-2
WolverSteve

I managed to grab a chat with Luke Barnes, who played Rast in Game of Thrones. He told me how he enjoyed meeting his fans and how he is really busy with a number of projects, including several that he could not legally talk about at the moment. He did talk about an event he has coming up in Hull in June, that combines local music acts with a theatrical story and was really excited about it. Luke was also one of the judges in the cosplay competition at the end of the day.

I also chatted to Chris Rankin, who played Percy Weasley in the Harry Potter film series. Chris told me he was very busy with with projects that he couldn’t talk about but has a lot of events coming up where he will be meeting his fans, including Germany.

Alan Harris, best known as Bossk in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, told me how he had retired from acting many years ago and how much he loves meeting Star Wars fans. He even took time to pose for a photo with a member of The Sentinel Squad dressed as Bossk for me. He said he is really excited to be coming to Scunthorpe Comic Con 3 in June.

Alan Harris and Bossk-1
Alan Harris & Bossk

There were other guests including comic book artist Grant Perkins and YouTube gamers Pizza Games Fun Times, who were filming for their YouTube channel, but I was too busy to have a proper talk to them.Pizza Games Funtimes.jpg

I really enjoyed myself and feel that the only negatives were that the event may need to look into finding a bigger venue if they continue to grow, hopefully with similar public transport facilities and that there could possibly be a few more interactive events taking place at the show, such as guest talks from the celebrities, have the comic artist do a live drawing on stage or have him offer a drawing class, a how to YouTube and Cosplay talks etc.

These could be paid for events or even add a few pounds on the ticket price to cover the events. They could even charge a little more for a V.I.P. ticket which would get you access to all the events.

“Geeks” Comic-Cons return to Cleethorpes Leisure on Saturday 11th November 2017 with their Heroes & Foes event that hopefully I will be able to attend. They also have a number of other shows coming up including Lincoln, with a full list of events listed on their Facebook page.

All images and content courtesy of Steven Potter