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Yes, these are free of charge for guests with disabilities or additional needs.
To qualify for a carers ticket, you must provide one of the following forms of documentation:
We ask that you scan your ‘evidence’ and email it to us at email@example.com and when you buy a ticket let us know and we will match it with a ticket.
Bring lots of cash! Seriously! There is not a cash machine at the venue. Also maybe have a wander around before you spend, that way you will have an idea of what you want to spend your money on! Simples! Not all vendors will accept credit card payments so if you wish to purchase an item from one of the exhibitors on the day we recommend you bring cash with you. If you have a budget, bring that budget with you! The special guest signings take cash only, unless we have specifically advertised a guest as a ticket only signing.
11:00am – 5:30pm Saturday & Sunday with a standard day or weekend ticket. Early Bird entry (from 10:00am) is available with a Priority entry day or Priority weekend ticket.
Traders and exhibitors should sign up for our trader newsletter (down at the bottom of the page) to be advised of events and may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. At the moment we have no availability but if you get in touch we can put you on our waiting list.
21st and 22nd May 2022 at Magna Science Adventure Centre, Rotherham/Sheffield S60 1DX
More information can be found on our Venue Page
There is a ticket link on this website.
But if you’re having trouble finding it, here’s another!
Yes! Well, as long as they are a horror lover – Please don’t bring a sensitive child who is likely to get upset at the sight of the various ghouls, demons, zombies, serial killers and bloody monsters roaming the corridors! We ask that you use your discretion: Does your child really love horror? We have no desire to police or tell parents how to do their job, and we believe that parents have their child’s best interests at heart and know what their child can or can’t handle. BUT please remember the horror world is an adult world – many of the traders stalls will feature graphic merchandise based on horror films, books, special effects etc. and fruity language may be used during Q & A’s and elsewhere! It’s your call! If they’re happy they are very welcome. Children aged 12 & under are free with a paying adult. We advise adult supervision to under 16’s. Children under 18 are strictly prohibited from any film screenings.
We really would prefer you to print out your ticket, but if you can’t get a print out from work, local library, friend or family member’s printer, bring your mobile phone, tablet etc and as long as we can scan the barcode from your device we have no problem!
Yes. Without a ticket to HorrorConUK you will not be allowed entry into the venue!
Not unless it is a guide dog for the blind or other medical assistance dog or a Special Guest/Exhibitor. If in doubt email us at: email@example.com
Tickets in general are electronic and not sent by post. When you order your ticket, you will receive your ticket in an email. All you have to do is print out the ticket and bring it with you. If you don’t receive the email please check and search your Junk/Spam/Deleted folder. If you ordered a ticket and haven’t received it please get in touch with us before 10th May 2019, after this we may not be able to help, please email
Ticketsandorders@HorrorConUK or Info@HorrorConUK.com
On arrival at the event we will scan the bar code on the ticket – you will receive a wristband to allow return to the show. Please note: once your ticket has been scanned – it CANNOT be re-used a second time. Please also keep your wrist band intact for the duration of the event.
Unfortunately not. Refunds are only possible if the event is cancelled.
The best way is to email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. We love to hear your suggestions! We will always take into account your ideas but sometimes we have already approached the guest and they can’t attend, sometimes we have approached them and they are coming, but you don’t know it yet!