Star Trek Statues & Plaques around the globe.

Yesterday in Bloomington, Indiana, in a ceremony organised by a local Star Trek group, a statue to Captain Kathryn Janeway was unveiled with Kate Mulgrew attending in a virtual capacity. This statue commemorates the future birthplace of Kathryn Janeway, one of Starfleet's finest captains. Kate talked briefly about Voyager and the new upcoming series, Prodigy.... Continue Reading →

Bond In Motion exhibition

The Bond in Motion exhibition is currently showing at The London Film Museum in Covent Garden (Entrance is on Bow Street) and showcases the vehicles used in all of the Bond films all the way back to Dr.No. There are also a few costumes, props, toys and other items on display. As part of the... Continue Reading →

Star Trek Exhibition- Blackpool

The Star Trek Blackpool exhibition ends in November this year. I managed to pay a visit before it closed. To be honest, it was a let down. The majority of exhibits came from Martin Netter, the German collector who also sells merchandise at highly inflated prices. I've seen all these props before at various Trek... Continue Reading →

Into The Unknown Exhibition

This exhibition, which took place at The Barbican, was originally advertised as below:- "The genre-defining exhibition of art, design, film and literature. Uncover the mysterious lands of Jules Verne and Ray Harryhausen where Science Fiction narratives first took root. Venture on an odyssey into our solar system, with vintage artwork promoting Soviet visions of space alongside immersive work by Soda_Jerk.... Continue Reading →

Harrod’s Star Wars Gallery

I heard from a mate that Harrods had a special Star Wars gallery open for the month of August. It wasn't well publicised because the exhibit, run by Propworx, was aimed at those people who could afford for buy hi-end props and sets, and I do mean hi-end!! Luckily it was open to everyone if... Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones: The Exhibition

At the end of January, Sky Atlantic announced that the Game of Thrones travelling exhibition would finally be coming to London for 8 days in February, but tickets would only be available to Sky customers. I managed to get tickets after a major hiccup with the Sky website. On Tuesday 17th February, myself and my... Continue Reading →

The Bond Museum

On one of my many visits to The Lake District my friends and I decided to pay a visit to The Bond Museum in Keswick. The museum was located in an old warehouse at the far end of Keswick. Its owner has purchased vehicles, props and costumes from all the Bond films since Dr. No.... Continue Reading →

Star Trek: The Adventure~ Hyde Park

I managed to have a couple of days off from looking after my mum when Star Trek: The Adventure came to London.   Star Trek: The Adventure was a traveling museum exhibit  that showcased over $30 million worth of Star Trek memorabilia, props, models, costumes and set mock-ups, including the USS Enterprise bridge and the... Continue Reading →

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