The British and European premiere of the first major stage adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic trilogy "The Lord of the Rings" to open in London at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Tuesday 19 June 2007.
"The Tolkien family is under perpetual abuse of one kind or another. It goes on all the time."
The world premiere of Part Two of LEITHIAN, an opera by by Adam Klein, will be presented Saturday, April 14, 2007 at 3 PM and Sunday, April 15, 2007 at 7 PM, at the music hall of St. Michael's Church, 225 West 99th Street, New York City.
Harper Collins has released a trailer highlighting the imagery of the soon to be released book, The Children of Hurin!
Visitors at Amazon.com have voted The Lord of the Rings films "The Greatest Adaptation of all Time". Check the complete list!
Harper Collins has launched the new Official website for The Children of Hurin and all the books by JRR Tolkien that they carry.
The Barnes & Noble on 5th Ave and 46th St. in New York City will be having a limited quantity of The Children of Hurin signed by Christopher Tolkien and Alan Lee.
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The world-wide launch will begin on Tuesday 17th April at 10am at Waterstone's Bookshop Picadilly, London.
There's no braving the elements or putting up with hecklers for this line! Just the comfort of your own computer...
The New York Times has put up an article breifly analyzing the current state of Tolkien fandom, what with the near release of the new book The Children of Hurin, and the April 24th launch of the computer game The Lord of the Rings Online.
Here's the announcement from the official Tolkien Society about Tolkien Reading day... So, how are you celebrating? Me? I've embarked upon reading the entire Histories of Middle-earth...
This massively multiplayer game is set to be released in 1 month... and I've been playing it for just a bit now. Here are some musings about the game and what we Tolkien fans might be in store for when it comes to this new vision of Middle-earth.
If you're in Texas, and you're a Tolkien fan, this is the group for you!
Celebrated Tolkien artist Ted Nasmith has gone for a bit of a change of pace and has released a music CD titled "The Hidden Door"