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Published 27th Apr 2017

Sci-fi and fantasy characters at a previous event organised by Viking Events.

More than 30 Science Fiction and Fantasy stalls, including craft activities with a sci-fi theme, will make an appearance at The Dundas Sci-Fi and Fantasy Market on Saturday 6 May. 

Organised by Viking Events Ltd, this free market will have fun for all the family, including a costume competition for children and adults, plus entertainment. 

“Whatever interests you about Sci-fi or fantasy, there is going to be something for everyone at the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Market, with plenty to look at, and fellow enthusiasts to talk to,” says Dundas Market Manager David Harris.

 “While they are browsing the sci-fi and fantasy, our visitors can also sample some sweets, treats, breads and cakes from Cooplands, Brickyard Bakery, Auntie Ambas and Jean’s Kitchen, as well as taking a look at the bargains on display in Boyes, B&M and all our other retailers.” 

Customer car parking is available in the 178-space Dundas Shopping Centre basement car park, accessed off Wilson Street.  More information from Jeremy Fowler at Viking Events on tel. 07947 488829 or 01642 455996 or email. Jeremy_fowler@hotmail.com.



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