Bid on an autographed poster of The Two Towers with 21 cast signatures to help get Bruce Hopkins to Toronto this July...
The latest from the folks putting on the great event this coming July!
The Indiana State Museum is hosting "The Lord of the Rings: The Exhibition" from October 6th to January 3rd of next year.
"A NEW course based on author JRR Tolkien has been timetabled at a South Wales university after a surge in demand from filmgoers who enjoyed The Lord of the Rings."
Read an interview with Tolkien scholar and lecturer, Michael Martinez, who kindly shared his thoughts and answered some questions we had for him...
"Five years in the planning and it's here at last. This week sees the start of a 5 day conference to mark the 50th anniversary of the complete publication of JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. To celebrate this the Tolkien Society and Partner Organisations are holding a conference at Aston University, Birmingham, England."
"It's encore time for "The Lord of the Rings Symphony" at Heinz Hall. Last summer's presentation -- with composer Howard Shore conducting the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Mendelssohn Choir -- was such a commercial success that an extra performance was added to the schedule..."
Read about a new exhibition celebrating JRR Tolkien's Birmingham childhood!
"We are proud to announce that Billy Boyd, who played Peregrine Took (Pippin) in 'The Lord of the Rings' will be joining us at The Fellowship Festival, Wembley Conference Centre in London, this August..."
This year's Tolkien Weekend at Sarehole Mill is not only going to be even bigger than last year but it's also the first event in the recently founded Shire Country Park.
The Houston Symphony will present two performances of LOTR Symphony July 8 and 9, 2005.
Listen in on "J.R.R. Tolkien: as a Catholic Mystic" and "The Triple Spiral: The dynamic of Tolkien's Heroes and how Peter Jackson stripped them of their dignity".
"The Northwest Tolkien Society is pleased to announce the addition of the TolFilm FanFilm Exhibition to TolCon..."
If you live around western Pennsylvania (or hanker to take a raod trip this summer), you might just want to start planning!