Worthing Wormhole 2017

Event Information
Start DateSaturday 11th November 2017
End DateSaturday 11th November 2017

A family friendly sci-fi and fantasy comicon taking place at the Assembly Hall, Worthing Wormhole is a Sci-fi and fantasy #comicon convention, making its debut in November 2017. Aimed at people of all ages and very family friendly, the event will look to celebrate the best in films, games, graphic novels and cosplay.

The daytime event will be 10am-5pm at the Assembly Hall featuring the following:

Stalls (including food)
Signings by actors, writers and artists
Kid & adult workshops
Science talks
Live performances from local schools/groups & entertainers
Film props & exhibitions
Table top games with demonstrations & tournaments
Classic sci-fi, fantasy & fan films
Cosplay with competitions
Jon Campbell's Wand school (tickets available through the ticket site)

At night the action moves to St Pauls as the adults party:

Worthing Wormhole Cosplay Ball will be the biggest party in Worthing in 2017 and possibly the biggest party ever seen in this town. If you miss it you will just have to show a picture of a stormtrooper, cyberman, spiderman... any masked cosplay character and pretend to friends that you were there while kicking yourself that you missed it! The venue - St. Paul's Worthing - is simply stunning. The evening will include:
Low fi hip-hop with jazz vocals from Mëi
Sci fi hip-hop from Invokal - Verbalist Journalist
Steampunk / Chap-hop from Professor Elemental
Steam Funk from the standout 10 piece band that is Sol Diez
DJ Vadr to fill any remaining energy in your legs/attached limbs
There will be awards for the best dressed humans, aliens, dwarfs, dragon riders and superheroes.
A chill out side room with retro computer games from Gaming Retro-bution
Awesome photo opportunities at a sci-fi themed photo booth supplied by @Blue Blue Dawg Entertainments
Get your ticket early you as prices are going up at the end of every month...
Alternatively email us at worthingwormhole@gmail.com and we will send you a photo of someone in a mask so you can put it up on social media and pretend that you didn't miss this jaw dropping event.