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Level Up! Re-animated – Bristol Cosplay Clubnight Returns October 19th 2019

Our friends over at Level Up! are back again, another huge Cosplay Clubnight is taking place on October 19th, so be sure to check them out. If you’re not sure who Level Up! are, or what they do, then read on for some more details, including the where and when of the event. If you’re a fan of cosplay and in/around Bristol and the surrounding areas, then be sure not to miss this night of cosplay, dancing and fun. Sounds like your sort of party? Yeah, mine too – Here’s a bit more information about the event.


Festival of the Spoken Nerd | GeekOut Interviews

After a few months of waiting, I went to see the Festival of The Spoken Nerd show in Wells last week. I had no idea what to expect from the show but was curious to find out and took four fellow geeks along with me. It was a busy crowd from a very varied age range, that I think spanned from 12 to 50+ and I think it certainly had something for everyone.


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Jus’ an update for ye, ya filthy bilge rats.


Kitacon Karnival 2016 – Timlah’s Gallery

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We’re home from Kitacon Karnival 2016, a convention that was very SAFE. More on that as we go on, but because we’re just back from our weekend, it’s time for us to share with you some of the images of Kitacon. We meet up with familiar faces, met plenty of new friends, swapped details with many people and found that a lot of people there read our site! We love you Kitacon; we’ll be back next year. Join Timlah through our look through Kitacon 2016.


Geeking Out In Public

Did you ever see someone that you’ve never met wearing a Qwertee t-shirt and want to run up to them and yell “Oh my gods that is awesome!”?

The problem is that sort of thing only seems to fly at a convention where you know it’ll be well received. On the street there is always the ever-present fear that that person will look at you like you’re a lunatic rather than a kindred spirit, where the convention crowd are almost universally open to any conversation you pitch them. Or maybe you think that other people will react negatively to a pair of geeks gushing over games or comics in the middle of town. Even though geek culture is rapidly becoming the norm, we’re not exactly forming massive crowds and taking to the streets like – say – sports fans.

I have spent a long time pretending to be confident. Eventually the pretence rubs off and you start believing your own lies. So here’s a couple of stories: