The Art and Science of Magic in Middle-earth – Sydney, Australia

by Jul 6, 2007Events

The Art and Science of Magic in Middle-earth

25th August ‘07, NSW Writers’ Centre, Sydney

This significant annual event in the Tolkien fan calendar is being held overseas for the first time in Sydney, Australia. Special guests Cecilia Dart-Thornton, Kate Forsyth, and Richard Harland, and attendees from around the world mean this Seminar will have an international feel as we delve into the ‘magic’ of Middle-earth covering all aspects of magic in the works of Tolkien but also the enchantment that Tolkien’s writings have instilled in Tolkien fans far and wide.

Registration Costs:
Registration costs for Tolkien Society members are: Aus$25.00, or GBP £10.00, or US$20.00.
Non-members rates are Aus$30.00, or GBP £12.00, or US$24.00.

Lunch and refreshments are included in the registration fee. The closing date for registration is 25th July, however, spaces are limited so to secure your place please book early.

All enquiries about bookings for this seminar should be directed to:
The Booking Officer, 7 Rievaulx Drive, Morton-on-Swale, Northallerton, DL7 9UE, UK.
E-mail: bookings AT tolkiensociety DOT org

If you live in Australia please contact Michael Kennedy:
Michael Kennedy, 27 Hennessy Lane, Figtree, NSW, 2525, Australia.
E-mail: pacific AT tolkiensociety DOT org

If you live in the USA please contact Anne Riney:
Anne Riney, 5241 College View Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90041, USA
E-mail: usd.bookings AT tolkiensociety DOT org

Any queries regarding this Press Release should be addressed to:
Ian Collier, Publicity Officer,  e-mail publicity AT tolkiensociety.org

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