The ArmadaCon 2023 convention has concluded, and we hope you had a good time. But since nobody’s perfect, we’d love to hear from you about what you enjoyed and what problems you may have encountered, so we can work to fix anything that didn't go well for you.
To that end, we've created a feedback form for you to fill out. All questions are optional, so feel free to skip any you don’t want to answer. However, the more you tell us the better we’ll be equipped for next year.
ArmadaCon is a sci-fi and fantasy multimedia convention that's been running in Plymouth since 1988. While other conventions tend to be focused on one medium or one subject within that medium, we've found that fans find this format restrictive, as most fans like more than one type of medium, irrespective of subject. You can find out more on our about page.
For information on specific events planned for 2024, go to this year's events page.
You can also view this year's programme to figure out what you'd like to do.
This year we have already booked a number of guests. The first one is Jaine Fenn. The others will be announced at later dates, so stay tuned! Full details of all our announced guests are available on the guests page.
For a while now, ArmadaCon has been meeting at the Future Inns hotel in Plymouth. All rooms have either two Canadian double beds or one Canadian double bed and one sofa bed. They are all en-suite and non-smoking. ArmadaCon gets a special room rate, though this does not include breakfast, which is an additional charge. More information can be found on the location page.
ArmadaCon meets the first weekend in November. For 2024, this means Friday 1st - Sunday 3rd November . Programming starts around 18:00 on the Friday, runs through 17:30 on the Sunday, and is then followed up with a post-con meal for anybody who's still around.
You can register to attend by first visiting the registration page. Here you'll find information about the cost have the opportunity to fill in your details for registration.
Wadda ya mean, why? Because you'll have a fun time. That's why!!!
Also, ArmadaCon has a history of giving to charity, which means your attendance and help will have a meaningful impact on the community.