Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Phone email tickets will need  ID to be shown
No Minimum age But all children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult 
Children 5 and under are Free 

 What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Sorry No Parking on Site but nearest car park is 5 mins away borehamwood FC (Brooks Road)
By Road Nearby links with  motorways, M1 (junction 6A), M25 (junction 23) A1 (1 mile)
By Bus 107, 292
By Rail Fast service from central London (Farringdon and Kings Cross) to Elstree and Borehamwood Station. 

 How can I contact the organizer with any questions?


 What's the refund policy?

Sorry all Tickets are non refundable 

 Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Please bring your Printed Ticket or email confirmation (phone email will need ID to be shown)

 What can I bring into the event?

No food or drink allow to be brought on site no Dogs  but guide dog are welcome

Security checks before entering event 

All bags will be searched before entrance 

Are Cosplay costumes are welcome on site:

Costumes should be no more than 3ft (90cm) wide and 6ft 9" (206cm) tall, If you are taller than this you may have trouble moving around the venue, Hats may be worn that make you taller than 6ft 5", but you must be able to remove them easily.

costume that are tall or have limit visibility will need the assistance of a spotter/helper 

Costumes that feature things like expanding wings can be made larger than 3ft wide, to a maximum of 5ft (150cm) but may only be used as part of the Masquerade.

Costumes must not be constructed with sharp edges or hard (metal, wood etc) spiky or pointy bits. For example, metal armour is allowed but must have properly finished and turned edges.

Think! If your costume could hurt someone if they fell or bumped into you, don't make it!!

  • If your cosplay is deemed to be offensive to the casual observer it will not be allowed inside the event
  • Many members of the public find weapons offensive - When traveling to and from the venue or simply relaxing outside be mindful that not everyone knows about cosplay. Realistic props could cause worry or concern for the safety of the public. Please keep ALL props covered and stowed away at these times, this is also for your own benefit as it could stop unnecessary interaction with police.
  • Consider the “social media” test – if you were photographed and the image went viral, would the general public be offended by your outfit. If the answer is yes then do not bring your costume to the event
  • We have a zero tolerance for nudity
  • Costumes must be no smaller than standard swimwear
  • If your cosplay is revealing ensure vital parts are covered at all times and consider the use of tape to keep your costume secure
  • Costumes which give the illusion of nudity are also not permitted

All cosplay weapons will need to be tagged before entrance if weapons do not meet with the events guild lines you will have to leave them at the door.

You can bring cosplay weapons with you But the following are not allowed;

  • Firearms
  • Realistic Replica Firearms
  • Props or weapons with sharp edges
  • Bokken
  • Functional bows or crossbows
  • Darts
  • Sligshots
  • Unsecured whips
  • Pyrotechnics/explosives (including glitter and smoke bombs)
  • Sharp Arrows

Coloured tips should be suitable and proportionate enough to identify the weapon as a prop from a distance.

Remember to keep replica weapons well-wrapped and out of site when you are in public places. You are responsible for transporting props and weapons so be safe and have fun!