Taking place at NEC Birmingham on 17th-18th June, The UK’s biggest ever Anime expo, AnimeCon, is coming to Birmingham!
Celebrating the best of Asian pop culture with partners Crunchyroll and Fandom, the convention will champion all vibrant corners of anime, K/J-pop, cosplay, gaming and more. AnimeCon will welcome over 15,000 fans to immerse themselves for two days and build thriving communities.
We’re back with part 3 of our series looking at local Birmingham-based geeky shops still serving during the lockdown. Read on for more geeky businesses in Birmingham still serving during the current lockdown.
We’re approaching the 1-year anniversary of the first lockdown here in the UK, and well into the third iteration.
With geeky shops and hangouts closed for walk-ins, for nearly a year. This put a lot of those businesses and workers in danger but it has a major impact on the geeky subculture in the city. These destinations are more than regular shops. They formed the basis for social activities and inspired friendship groups. They held events which brought us together to play, talk and bond over a mutual interest. Importantly, many of these places provide a safe space for those of us who need it.
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