Portsmouth Comic Con 2024: Everything you need to know including when, where and how to get tickets

Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now
For another year, a popular event will be returning to the city to welcome thousands of comic enthusiasts.

Taking place this weekend (May 11 and 12), Portsmouth Comic Con will be welcomed back to Guildhall for yet another year - and it is expected to be an epic weekend full of fun, art and talent.

The entirety of Portsmouth Guildhall will be fenced off and utilised to offer numerous unforgettable experiences including the strangely marvellous wizarding walk through. Consisting of a fabulous combination of thrilling surprises from Harry Potter, Stranger Things and the one-of-a-kind Marvel Universe, the walk through is like no other - and will leave you wanting more.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

Back for its second year is the Jurassic Experience which proved to be a hit in 2023. Jurassic Park fans can step through the gates of a world full of dinosaur fun.

A fully immersive Star Wars will be equipped with scene set-ups, character interaction, photo opportunities, family craft activities and a live stage full of live talks, demos and q&a sessions.

The weekend will be full of things to do and see including the speakers corner which will see Express FM where presenters will be talking to people in the industry. There will be gaming zones, the Tech: Truck and the Steampunk Society as well as much more.

There will also be panels, the famous cosplay parade, workshops and a variety of food and drink to tuck into whilst you are there. From Jim Jam’s Catering Van to Cornish Cookhouse, there is something for everyone.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

A list of well-known names will be present at the weekend event including Paul Mcgann, Oliver Wilson and Sophie Aldred including a range of comic and creator guests.

Comment Guidelines

National World encourages reader discussion on our stories. User feedback, insights and back-and-forth exchanges add a rich layer of context to reporting. Please review our Community Guidelines before commenting.