Good news for all European fans! Summer Glau will be attending London Film & Comic Con 2014, taking place Friday 11th - Sunday 13th July at Earls Court 2, London, where she will join her onscreen brother Sean Maher. Fans will be able to get Summer's autograph, pose with her for a photo op and hopefully attend her panel. Please note that Summer will be there on all days, i.e. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Summer Glau will be attending London Film & Comic Con 2014.
6pm - 9pm Friday (preview night)
9am - 6pm on Saturday and Sunday
LFCC Gold Pass is currently unavailable available for £195, and you can get the silver ticket for £170, as well as standard tickets for £8 and early bird tickets for £15. For a complete list of tickets available and all the details, check out LFCC Ticket page.
Autograph and Photo Op tickets can be purchase for £20 each (Your photo will be taken by a professional photographer). You can purchase photo op tickets for all 3 days at LFCC Online Store. We don't know yet if there will be a joint photoshoot with Summer Glau and Sean Maher for all the Firefly fans.
best news I've heard all year, all 37 days of it :P might have to make this my first ever Con! But for now I'll have to think about how I would make the best of it. Anybody know how long do they give you before it's defined as holding up the line? And I guess signing and photo op tix are better bought soon since there's every chance they will sell out right?
Yes Indeed its great news! might have to brush my hair. sort some glad rags out. and save a few pennies up to get down to London. to look spick and spam for the irresistible Summer Glau. on a serious note it would be a privilege to meet Summer once in a lifetime I suppose. we"ll see.
you usually get a few minutes to talk at the autograph table. though with how popular Summer is the lines are very very very long and you don't get much time. at least that was my experience. it all depends on the type of ticket you have, the rules of the con itself and of course on the guest. sometimes the guest doesn't mind having a chat but sometimes the handlers move you along or the guest may be tired and needs a break.