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Horror expo scares in style

Horror fans can fill their reserves at SCARdiff

Horror fans can fill their reserves at SCARdiff

SCARdiff, an expo celebrating all things horror, is swooping into Cardiff just in time for Halloween. Taking place on 19 October, the exposition will provide horror-themed experiences to suit all tastes.

Among the list of activities will be book signings, a panel show hosted by Gary Slaymaker, a pitching session for budding novelists and a filmmaking workshop led by local director James Plumb.

SCARdiff is open to all ages and aims to create a community for all lovers of horror, be it books, comics, movies, cosplay or music. Co-Producer Wayne Simmons says, “Horror can be dark and gloomy, of course, but there’s also a fun side. It’s the fun and interactivity of horror that we’re trying to showcase with this year’s event.”

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