The Gathering of the Fellowship is pleased to introduce "In Fellowship," thejournal of the Gathering, and we would like you to be involved!
Come to a hobbit-sized event and enjoy good-food, wine and mathoms all round at Bilbo's birthday party on Sunday night!
"By October, 150 or so young vocalists will be able to at least sing lyrics in [elvish], if not speak it with the fluency of Aragorn..."
"We are proud to announce that Mr. Alan Lee, one of the world's leading Tolkien Artists will be joining us at The Fellowship Festival from 28th-30th August 2004, at Alexandra Palace, London..."
Howard Shore Baltimore Tickets now on sale
"Can Frodo, Gandalf and the creepy orcs of Middle Earth popularize 21st century science?"
Originating as an informal gathering of friends to pay their respects at the grave of the late Professor Tolkien, Oxonmoot is now one of the country's longest established events of its kind. Held annually on the weekend closest to the fictional birthday of Bilbo & Frodo Baggins, the event traditionally takes place in central Oxford because Tolkien spent much of his professional life here and his grave is nearby...
A culinary prelude to an evening in Middle-earth with Howard Shore... Tickets must be purchased by July 27th!
"We're very excited to let you know about our current plans for the upcoming "LORD OF THE RINGS" MOVIE MARATHON CELEBRATION @ Cleveland State University, November 19-20, 2004, in Cleveland, Ohio..."
"This year's Tolkien Society Seminar is being held at St Martin's College, Carlisle. The day promises to be of interest to all those who want to find out more about J.R.R. Tolkien and his work. Love him or hate him no one can deny that Tolkien and 'The Lord of the Rings' have had a profound influence on many people. But what influenced the man himself? Speakers will be coming from all around the world to discuss the issues..."
Houston Symphony present LOTR Symphony on July 1 and 2... Tickets go on sale May 25.
"2004's Tolkien Weekend at Sarehole Mill is going to be even bigger than last year! This is the fifth such event, and is now an annual item in the Birmingham calendar. Sarehole Mill was the 'original' for the Mill at Bywater in the Shire in The Lord of the Rings."