The SteamPunk Magazine Seaside Spectacular

Posted by on March 24th,2010

The folks over at the The Steampunk Magazine are pleased to announce:

“Hot off the back of the Second-Ever SteamPunk Magazine Steampunk Soiree in December last year, the folks over at SteamPunk Magazine are organising another knees-up. This time the party is taking place at the Little Marlborough Theatre in Brighton on the 19th and 20th June. Someone suggested the name ‘The SteamPunk Magazine Seaside Spectacular’, and now there’s no stopping them.

With prizes for the best steampunk seaside costume, an art and photography competition on the theme of ‘What the Butler Saw’, music, burlesque, market stalls, dance lessons and a variety performance spread across the entire weekend, SteamPunk Magazine have decided that they do like to be beside the seaside, and would like very much for you to join them.

With music from the laudable, Brighton-based bands Bitter Ruin and Trousseaux, comedy courtesy of Marc Burrows of The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing and with the wonderful Hooray Henry as the host and compere, as well as dance instruction from Lady Jillian Spagthorpe (who will be teaching Victorian waltz and polka, as well as a Regency set dance), there is certainly no shortage of stuff going on.”

Due to a limited amount of space at the venue, there are only 150 tickets available for this event, so if you’re interested then you had better get there fast!

Tickets and more information are available on the SteamPunk Magazine website ,or via their  Facebook site for the event.