New Sci-fi event comes to the Fleet Air Arm Museum
Good news for Sci-fi enthusiasts. Following the popularity of the annual Dalek Invasion, the Museum have announced that a new Sci-fi event will take place on Saturday 23 November. The Sci-fi Fest will appeal to all followers of the Dark Side. An intergalactic call has gone out, and all manner of alien life forms and time lords have agreed to attend including: Storm Troopers, Darth Vader, R2D2, Cybermen, Aliens, Klingons, Ghost Busters, Predators and more.
In addition, there will be family activities involving making your own take home space ship, celebrities, Sci-fi traders, face painting and souvenir photography to add to the occasion.
Organised by the Charity Sci-fi team whose extraordinary exploits have helped raise many thousands of pounds for worthwhile causes, this new family friendly event is on course to be the biggest event of its kind in the South West.
Advance Tickets are available from the Museum Shop during normal Museum opening hours and will be available on the door. Numbers will be restricted.
Celebrities attending the Sci-Fi Fest:
Paul Blake - played Greedo a Rodian bounty hunter who operated on the planet of Tattooine in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977)
Mike Edmonds - Logray, head sharman for the Ewok tribe in Star Wars VI – Return of the Jedi
Brian Muir - Brian has created many recognisable characters, sets and props for adverts, TV, film and out of industry work. He is perhaps most famous for his work on Star Wars as the sculptor of 'Darth Vader's helmet'.