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03 Jul 2013 - 14:56104690
traveling to MCM october
what is the best way to carry your costume on the train without attracting weird looks? And when is the best time to arrive for MCM october?
I will be traveling from Peterborough station to Kings Cross and the underground and DLR.


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03 Jul 2013 - 15:43104692
I've often found it best to just travel in costume as long as the costume isn't too awkward, because if you dont then when you get into costume you have to carry around your ordinary clothes all day. In May I got there at opening time and was queuing for 2 and a half hours so I'd personally recommend getting there maybe an hour before opening and buying an early entry ticket online.

The queuing system is meant to be different in October, but I'd still rather be safe than sorry


03 Jul 2013 - 15:56104694
that idea all depends on if i can afford that the early entry


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03 Jul 2013 - 16:19104696
I think they're only about £2 more expensive, but even if you can't afford that, I'd still get there an hour before the doors open. It'll save you a lot of queuing in the long run.


03 Jul 2013 - 16:26104697
i am going on the saturday


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03 Jul 2013 - 16:32104698
Saturdays are always the busiest days, so I'd recommend getting there as early as you can.


03 Jul 2013 - 16:33104699
OK early entry it is then


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04 Jul 2013 - 23:41104737
Quote LMA:
I've often found it best to just travel in costume as long as the costume isn't too awkward, because if you dont then when you get into costume you have to carry around your ordinary clothes all day. In May I got there at opening time and was queuing for 2 and a half hours so I'd personally recommend getting there maybe an hour before opening and buying an early entry ticket online.

The queuing system is meant to be different in October, but I'd still rather be safe than sorry


Hmm interesting choice, actually just going in costume, I do not think I could, not with the costume I will be going has. Well it depends if you decide to book a hotel, which could be easier. A few of us will probably book a hotel, and then go in costume on the day of the event. I tend to go Friday, get home Saturday for Halloween.


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