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With everyone looking forward to the big show we are lifting the veil on all the great events and attractions that are happening this weekend. So if you want to see what you can expect at the show or simply cannot wait to get hold of a copy of the showguide here you can view the entire guide online for free.
Don’t forget that online ticket sales closes this Thursday at 7pm so book them quick before they are gone.
If you aren’t able to book before that time don’t despair as tickets will of course be available on the door as well.
When you buy your ticket to Memorabilia, you’re not just getting access to Britain’s biggest collector’s show – you’re also getting into MCM Birmingham Comic Con aswell!
Held in an adjoining hall at The NEC, Memorabilia’s sister show brings a taste of MCM’s famous London Comic Con to the Midlands. Play the hottest new games; explore the Comic Village packed with talented artists and writers; get your game on in the Dance Dance Revolution retro gaming area and admire the colourful costumes (or even strut your stuff!) in our Cosplay Masquerade.
The show also comes complete with its own special guests, including Primeval stars Andrew Lee Potts and Hannah Spearritt – also famous as one of the original members of S Club 7 – and a trio of bold knights from BBC fantasy series Merlin, Alexander Vlahos (Mordred), Rupert Young (Sir Leon) and Eoin Macken (Sir Gwain).
From sci-fi to soaps, Hollywood to horror, Memorabilia is Britain’s biggest collector’s show and our guest line-up for March is already packed with top names from the world of entertainment past and present.
Special guests signing at Memorabilia include Gary Dourdan, famous for playing Warrick Brown in CSI; Chris Rankin, best known as Percy Weasley in the smash hit Harry Potter films; iconic glamour model Samantha Fox and Doctor Who’s Colin Baker, who starred as the sixth incarnation of The Doctor (not to mention the last series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!).
Other guests coming to Memorabilia include Bond girl and Avengers star Honor Blackman; scream queen Madeline Smith; Emmy-winning Italian actress Greta Scacchi and Michael Beck, who starred as Swan in 1979 cult classic The Warriors. That’s only scratching the surface, though – for an up-to-date list of film stars and TV personalities attending Memorabilia in March, click here.
Memorabilia isn’t just about the movie and TV guests, though – you’ll also find a Sports Memorabilia area filled with sporting legends; robots from BBC’s Robot Wars battling it out in a custom-built arena and an awesome array of stands packed with everything from rare and imported collectables to fun toys for the kids!