The UK’s longest running not-for-profit Science Fiction convention, The Scif-Fi Ball, which takes place at the beautiful Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton from 2 – 4 February 2018 with all profits going to support the vital work of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
All the things you can expect over the 3 days:
- Special guest talks
- 3 late night parties
- Photo opportunities
- The Ball – A unique 3 course costume banquet with professional after-dinner cabaret.
Star Trek guests appearing at this event:
Terry Farrell, Gary Graham, Vic Mignogna, Chris Doohan
Each day of the classic convention includes Q&A’s, professional photography and autograph sessions with the stars, activities, challenges and art/fiction competitions, an emporium of merchandise and collectables available for sale in a large dealer’s room, a special table-top gaming room, an exhibition hall including roaming full size Daleks, life-sized, fan-built recreations of sets, replica models and displays from talented model makers not to mention several opportunities to party after each day including discos, karaoke and full interactive games on stage with Trekologist B Jones.
The Con Dance Workshop to teach your two left feet the correct routines to enjoy all the convention dances; an epic pub quiz full of geeky questions both verbal and picturesque, A Gold Ticket Cocktail Party, including a hot buffet and a generous glass of bubbly welcoming gold ticket members offering up close and personal meetings with the guests, a goody bag full of film promotional merchandise and epic three foot chocolate fountains, plus a state of the art interactive game-show called A Question of Snort. Friday concludes with a fabulous party and a prize for the best fancy dress/cosplay costume will be awarded.
A full, three-course black-tie/fancy dress dinner with live cabaret, a ‘money-can’t buy’ raffle, including incredibly unique prizes and an exclusive cocktail party with the stars of the small and silver screen.
A team of five shiny new attendees will challenge a team of SFB crew and previous games players in a massive geek fuelled game called Geek-Heads. Karaoke will then run until the small hours and then its recovery time.
Director and Founder of the Sci-Fi Ball Anne Lindup comments,
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Terry Farrell to join the great family of Science fiction fans at the Sci-Fi Ball. We have been talking for several years and are thrilled that she has accepted our invitation to help us raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust this coming February”.
This February sees the Sci-Fi Ball celebrate twenty-four years of raising money for charitable causes bringing their total donations to the Teenage Cancer Trust to over £41,000.
- Day Entry – Adult £15 – Child £5
- Weekend Not Dining – Adult £135 – Child £45
- Weekend Dining – Adult £183 – Child £64
- Gold Pass – Adult £289 – Child £99
For more info about the event and tickets visit the website Scifi Ball