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Weekend at the Asylum

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Weekend at the Asylum

Time: September 10, 2010 at 5pm to September 12, 2010 at 6pm
Location: Lincoln, The Lawns, Castle, Victoria Inn and Charlotte House
Street: Cathedral Quarter
City/Town: Lincoln
Website or Map: http://steampunk.synthasite.c…
Event Type: festival, and, convention
Organized By: The Victorian Steampunk Society
Latest Activity: Sep 7, 2011

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The premier event for steampunks in the UK if not The World. Held in the historic City of Lincoln focused around the city's former Victorian lunatic asylum and in the castle which dates back to the Romans.
A full day programme of features including exhibitions, competitions and authors Sam Stone, Toby Frost, Bryan Talbot and Robert Rankin launching his new novel. The biggest exclusively steampunk market in the World plus two nights of fabulous live bands and entertainment.

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Comment by The Captain of The Brontide on September 7, 2011 at 2:11pm
Not long to go now! I can't wait, It's going to be so much fun! And who would have thought that the largest Steapunk event in Europe would be hosted in my nearest city XD
Comment by Rabbi William of Green on September 5, 2010 at 8:37pm
Damn wish I could go. Just a little water between here & there. Alas maybe next year...
Comment by Anne Cathrine Dalgaard on September 2, 2010 at 12:20pm
Arrrrgh, wish I could go! Hope everyone has fun! (:
Comment by Atlantia Blodgett on August 6, 2010 at 10:22am
not fair, not fair not fair!!! put me on a plane, i wanna go there.
Comment by Lady Eloise Filter on February 24, 2010 at 2:17am
Think we may make it more of a pleasure weekend rather than business, am sure hubby will be taking lots of lots of pics of everyone for the fun of it and passing them on any way. We wouldn't have any stock to sell as such as he is a photographer and was thinking of taking people's photos on the days, so it would probably be best to just do it for fun this year....
Comment by John Naylor on February 24, 2010 at 2:01am
Since we actively subsidise the trade stands and keep the size small to encourage small individual makers etc they have proven to be very popular indeed. I think we may be able to squeeze a couple more in but I would advise you to book one very very quickly if you want one. Contact vssmarkets@yahoo.com Don't forget we also have the bring and buy as an opportunity for individuals who don't make enough stock for a stall to try some of their wares out on the rest of steampunkdom. The Bazaar Eclectica is the biggest wholly steampunk market in the World we are proud to say.
Comment by Lady Eloise Filter on February 23, 2010 at 10:07am
Yes John, thanks for your reply - I think you might be right, perhaps the children will have to go to grandparents so we can make a weekend/ day of it, its not far from us as were only on the cold side of the Pennines! Or I may just bring the eldest as he would absolutely love it.... debating contacting for a trade stand at the moment.. for some steampunky photography... not sure yet though...
Comment by John Naylor on February 23, 2010 at 6:21am
There were a number of children at last years event and they seemed to have a good time. We even offer free tickets to younger children. Children are welcome during the day but not at the evening entertainments I am afraid since there is an adult component to features. We do not offer any child care facilities or activities specifically for children because of the current situation regarding child safety legislation. So whilst your children may well enjoy it this may also be the perfect opportunity for you to have a short break from them and have a real whale of a time yourselves. We look forward to seeing you there.
Comment by Lady Eloise Filter on February 23, 2010 at 6:14am
Sounds great I can't wait, it will be my first time.... we are just debating whether to bring the kids (age 5 and 3) or leave them with the grandparents?? Any thoughts? I know they would love it, but it might be a bit busy for hem as they are quite young. Has anyone else taken children before? Also Husband will be there, being a steampunk photographer hopefully, so he will be otherwise engaged at the end of a lense so I will generally be on my ownsome with the boys.. hmm.. thinking about it, may have to start being extra nice to grandparents...

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