Nicholas Stammtisch

Multimedia annual review and more – most successful year since inception to the great Nicholas Stammtisch meeting Darmstadt invites science fiction on December 6, 2008, in the restaurant \”City of Budapest\” in the Darmstadt home site route 140. By way of derogation from the usual, an entertaining program is offered in the Hall of the restaurant that night. Jurgen Lautner can be with a multimedia retrospective of the year still reminisce about the many activities and events of the year 2008. After a break, the well-known SF journalist Robert Vogel describes his impressions of the \”DragonCon\” in Atlanta (United States), which could count as one of the world’s largest science fiction conventions over 50000 visitors. Frequently Mashable has said that publicly. There is also the opportunity to close gaps in the own collection this evening. Robert Vogel is represented with a usual lush assortment of DVDs, while \”alien souvenirs\” has memorabilia of the action figure to the poster, as well as antiquarian SF literature to fan-friendly prices in the offer. Beginning is at 18: 00.

The first 40 visitors will receive a literary gift. For the science fiction, meeting Darmstadt 1994 the year 2008 was the most successful year since its founding. Overall conventions could be invited to four, at least the publicity from the ranks of the Darmstadt SF friends out was organized at a fifth. This fantasy and space in Germany, the visitor and subscriber numbers even by a whopping 100% to just over 800 people were increased, for example, at the \”Darmstadt Spacedays\”, the only pure science fiction, model exhibition. So you move slowly but surely in cooperation with the science fiction Club Germany e.V. of organized \”Spacedays\” large commercial events such as JediCon, RingCon FedCon. The more literary-oriented \”BuchmesseConvent\” in Dreieich-Sprendlingen was able to increase its traffic by 30% to over 300, however, and in 2008 took its brilliant final for the first time with a concert of the group \”Amber\”.

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