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Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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Hi,

I'm Mark Faith, the organiser of Festival in the Shire: A celebration of all things Tolkien inspired. I'd be happy to answer any questions or concerns.

The conference ticket cost £150 if purchased before January 1st, £200 after. This is quite a normal price for a high quality academic conference in the UK, maybe a bit cheape actually!

The collectors expo is £40 or £60 for a one days entrance or £100 for a three day pass. It will have many of the same speakers, authors and artist and its own discussion sessions. In comparison to similar past events, appropriately priced. The private collection has more than 5000 pieces of which 200 are original works of art (no not Tolkien) and 500+ prints. However, we can't show everything so will select a choice selection of interest to all collectors/fans including many you won't see at another public event. Some people will want to spend a short time, others to come and go over the three days. Authors will be releasing new books signing and you'll have the chance to meet them.

Finally, the £10-£40 (for a pass) general admission will have film, music , food and fun including used book and memoribilia stalls. We are expecting numerous special guest for autographs. Watch this space on who is coming!

The 3 day VIP pass for £235 which lets you into everything is like going to three events at one time and we feel a bargain in that respect. Yes, travel will be expensive but its is a unique event never held before.

Travelers always translate prices to their own currency not realising the same unit of currency usually has the same relative purchasing value in the respective country. £235 pounds is the same as $235 dollars in the UK scheme of things. UK isn't expensive, US is just a cheaper. Sorry we couldn't hold the first event in the US, maybe the following year!

Mark

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Novembre CotM and Other Calendars
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Hello to all -

Updated the Calendar of the Month for Novembre (not a typo!) at:

www.tolkiencalendars.com

Hope you enjoy it. Also, added a page (which is very much under construction still) for the 2010 issues that have started coming out.

Also, my daughter and I will soon print the 2010 HI/NETS calendar (now the third in this series.) Malcolm will have some for the exhibition at ADC in March, and René will have some on his Tolkienwinkel site, too. And Beyond Bree (as members already know) will issue their first calendar since 1994 for 2010 (many thanks to Lotho Sackville-Baggins) and in color, too!

Away from The Green Hill Country,

Parmastahir

Posted on: 2009/11/3 19:39
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Hello Wellinghall -

Thanks for the interesting link. Not certain that it qualifies as a Tolkien calendar. But the Sarehole Mill reference at the end almost makes me wish to collect one!

Away from The Green Hill Country,

Parmastahir

Posted on: 2009/11/3 19:34
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Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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Is that likely, do we suppose?

Given the cost of transatlantic travel, on top of the conference/festival/exposition cost, accommodations, etc., no, not likely.

Wayne & Christina

Posted on: 2009/11/3 6:02


Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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Here's hoping not or else I'll have to start saving...

BH

Posted on: 2009/11/2 15:46
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