THE CYBERPUNK MARKET: FREE FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT
TEESSIDE CYBERPUNK CONVENTION
To celebrate the impact that the Teesside industrial landscape, and rain of the North of England had on Teesside’s illustrious son, the acclaimed film maker Ridley Scott, we bring you the TEESSIDE CYBERPUNK MARKET in the month and year that Scott’s 1982 masterpiece Blade Runner is set: NOVEMBER 2019
This is a FREE family friendly event full of stalls, workshops, food and drink!
What will be at the Market?
COMICS, GAMERS, TATTOO, MAKE UP, HAIR, ORIGAMI WORKSHOPS, POSTERS, FALCONRY, BLADE RUNNER/CYBERPUNK FACE-PAINT, LOCAL PRODUCE, RECORDS, ART, CLOTHING, VINTAGE, ANALOGUE TECH, BOOKS, FORTUNE TELLERS, SNAKE CHARMERS, RIDLEY SCOTT + BLADE RUNNER MEMORABILIA, CYBERPUNK MEMORABILIA, FAKES, CONCEPTUAL ART, PERFORMANCE, SHAMANS, RELIGION SELLERS, NOODLES, LOCAL CRAFT BEERS + PARMO STAND.
How do I get a stall/Get involved?
Do you have any Blade Runner Merchandise, Art, VHS or just stories?
Do you have any 1982 retro such as old ICI overalls?
If so we want to hear from you!
Like a Blade Runner version of the Antiques Road Show, bring your Blade Runner related product and we will value it.
But why not get a stall? We want the market to reflect all aspects of todays Teesside culture!
You can also take part by proposing a short talk/presentation on Ridley Scott, Blade Runner, Cyberpunk or Teesside! (Check out our website below for details)
The Cyberpunk Market is a key part of the Teesside Cyberpunk Convention 2019 – a four-day event consisting of screenings, keynote addresses, talks, debates, workshops, markets and dystopian music nights – celebrating the importance of Teesside on Ridley Scott’s vision for Blade Runner and the film’s subsequent influence on the global cyberpunk genre.
For 4-day Convention Wristbands and tickets for the Cyberpunk Ball at Middlesbrough Town Hall (link to be added by MTH)
Tickets for the VERY special Joanna Cassidy (Zhora in Blade Runner), ‘In Conversation’ event with the American writer Paul M. Sammon, and the world premiere of Scott Turnbull’s ‘How many Electric Sheep does it take to change a lightbulb?’, (the Teesside adaptation of Philip K Dick’s ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep’), both taking place at the ARC, Stockton (link to be added by Paul)
For full information on the Teesside Cyberpunk Convention programme visit: www.cyberpunkconvention.com
Saturday 9 November 2019