14/04 2024 9:00am
After the resounding success of Comic Con Scotland North East 2023, Monopoly Events is excited to announce the next phase of its expansion at P&J Live in Aberdeen.
The event will be moving from the exhibition halls into the P&J Live Arena which is a 50% increase on the existing footprint, meaning more space for attractions, prop builds and exciting guests.
Our second Comic Con Scotland Aberdeen event took place at P&J Live in Aberdeen over the weekend of 18-19 March 2023.
We were joined by some fantastic guests including Back to the Future star Lea Thompson, Walking Dead stars, Tom Payne, Seth Gilliam, and Chandler Riggs, Sons of Anarchy stars Tommy Flanagan, Kim Coates and Mark Boone Jr, Stranger Things fan faves Alec Utgoff, Grace Van Dien, and Cara Buono, Gotham legend Sean Pertwee, the one and only Rufio aka Dante Basco from Hook, the fifth Doctor Peter Davison, the Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker, the Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy, and his faithful companion Sophie Aldred, the eighth Doctor, Paul McGann, Two Doors Down stars Alex Norton and Arabella Weir, along with the shows creators Simon Carlyle and Gregor Sharp, wrestling legend Hacksaw Jim Duggan, voice actor supreme Nolan North and Power Ranger Walter Jones!
Monopoly Events CEO, Andy Kleek, said: “We really enjoy building shows like this and it is a joy to see them develop and flourish like our Liverpool show. We are truly committed to bringing Aberdeen a super show in the coming years that will rival anything in the world which we can and will deliver, but the biggest player in this game is you guys. If you want it you can have it, we will facilitate it but we need you to keep supporting this event the way you have been doing, tell your friends all about it and get them to follow us on socials, buy your tickets when they go on sale and we will do the rest."
Claire-Lena Miller-Davis, Exhibition Sales Manager at P&J Live said: “We are thrilled to see Comic Con Scotland Aberdeen return to P&J Live! The show was a huge hit in 2022, and even more successful this time round with Saturday's show selling-out. With more space, the organisers hope to attract an even wider range of famous faces, movie props and unique merchandise next year, and with the support of the region’s comic con fanbase, we’re sure to see this exhibition grow over the years to come."