Festivities kick off at 2pm on Saturday with the free Chunky Fringe event, which features panels on teletext recovery, Mr Biffo's Found Footage, and classic-era Digi. Special guests will include Ashens and my Digi co-founder Tim "Mr Hairs" Moore, as well as assorted exhibitors. Huge thanks to Chris Bell and David Walford for organising it.
At 6.30pm, doors open to the main hall, and we recommend you be in your seats by 6.50pm to make sure you don't miss anything. The show will run until approximately 9.15pm, and there's a bar in which we'll be milling around afterwards.
If you're a ticket-holder, you should've had an email containing travel information (it's SO easy to get to, with good links from both Euston and Watford Junction meaning you don't even have to travel into London), and explaining that there are no physical tickets; your name will be on a guest list.
Thanks to the venue adding two whole rows of seats, we still have tickets available from this site. It's not too late.
Lastly, a reminder that if you have any old retro tat you want to bring along, we might take a look at it in our Antique's Roadshow And Tell segment. We can't promise we'll get to everything - it's a packed show - but we'll get through as much as we can.
And that's literally the only spoiler you're getting. Much as I've been itching to blab, the surprises will have been worth it.
And that's it, except to say we'll see many of you on Saturday night for a once-in-a-lifetime evening of nonsense. We'll never do it this exact same way again. And you know us: who can say what unplanned chaos will ensue on the night?
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