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For The Love Of Fantasy 2021

Calling all Potterheads, witches, wizards and muggles, faithful knights, watchers on the wall, Dothraki and maesters, hobbits, elves and dwarves! Andy Kleek and the Monopoly Events team in collaboration with Scottish company FQT Events presents by For The Love Of Fantasy! Last year we expanded and we brought you the wonderful School of Witchcraft and Wizardry featuring all things Harry Potter as well as an amazing line up for you in the form of our Game of Thrones Reunion! This year we will be adding yet MORE franchises into the mix including The NeverEnding Story!

The magical event last year was a fun-packed three days of family-friendly fun including live stage action, Q&A sessions, replica props and set builds, gaming, cosplay contests, swordplay, archery, broomstick rodeo ride, photo opportunities, wand dueling, costume characters, dragons, wizards chess, virtual reality gaming, meet the owls, meet the actors, merchandise stalls and much more.

Our 2019 event was a huge success and saw big names such as Stanislav Ianevski, Chris Rankin, Josh Herdman, James Cosmo, David Bradley, Clive Russell and many more up on stage and meeting fans for photographs and autographs. Look out for our 2020 guest announcements which so far include Miriam Margolyes, Sylvester McCoy, Georgina Leonidas, Jon Campling, the amazing double act of James Peyton & Walles Hammond, Sally Mortemore and of course the amazing Noah Hathaway and Tami Stronach from The NeverEnding Story!



Due to the Coronavirus epidemic Monopoly Events has made the decision to merge For the Love of Fantasy into Comic Con Scotland which will take place on October 9-10 2021. To anyone who has purchased a ticket for For the Love of Fantasy, your tickets will be valid for Comic Con Scotland or if preferred, you can have a refund, we will be in touch with each customer about this to arrange.


For the Love of Fantasy will remain as it is with all the same guests and attractions as advertised om our site here, and it will have its own area within the larger Comic Con Scotland. We have been thinking this over for some time now and with the current climate we believe it is the most sensible and safest decision for all.

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