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‘The Blue Flame’ Engulfs Birmingham Horror Con


Rees Finlay @Birmingham Horror Con

February 4th @Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham


‘The Blue Flame’ by Rees Finlay

On the heels of an incredibly successful Kickstarter launch (time is left for you to be a part of this unique and powerful comic!) Rees Finlay will be at the Birmingham Horror Con beginning tomorrow, February 4th.

Rees will have a VERY limited amount of original art prints and ‘The Blue Flame’ art and specials, such as the first chapter available to read! He will have a limited amount of other original artwork, and we advise you to make the time to stop by one more than once: Rees will be creating a John Constantine piece live throughout the event!

Rees Finlay Links

The Blue Flame Kickstarter

Birmingham Horror Con


Weekend Passes £28.00

Early Bird (9am Entry) – £15.00

Adult (10 am Entry) – £10.00

Student (With union card) – £8.00

OAP/Disabled(carers free) – £8.00

Child 5+ (10 am Entry) – £7.00

Family Ticket (10 am Entry – 2 adults/2 children)- £30.00

Children under 5 are free

Meet & Greet – FROM £49 – 9am entry to the show, private meet & greet session with guest/s, access to all panels and features. Professional photos are not included in this option. You may take items to be autographed (No traders). Please note there will be up to 30 people per session.



The Blue Flame by Shumaid Sawyers photo Rees Finlay


Taking place at Edgbaston Stadium within the ground’s exhibition hall, banqueting, suite and function rooms with the capacity to cater to over 5,000 visitors, the event promises a host of special guests and demonstrations, traders and exhibits.

With well over 100 traders being scheduled to attend the diverse range of merchandise, publications, rare books, original art, films and more will ensure that collectors and fans of all ages will find something to put a smile on all their faces.

And there will be a whole lot more to do! We’ll have a range of displays and exhibits plus some extra special surprises thrown in for good measure! No doubt there will be a diverse range of cosplayers dressed in full regalia adding an all-important uniqueness to the show!

The Birmingham Horror Con will be a day not to be missed and wherever you’re coming from you won’t need to worry about parking as the venue has a huge car park, catering for over 600 vehicles – More importantly parking will be FREE to those attending the event (Subject to availability).

For more information about our venue please visit

Edgbaston Stadium, The County Ground
Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7QU.


The nearest main-line railway stations, situated approximately 1 mile from the ground, are Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill. Taxi services are readily available. Bus numbers 45 and 47 from the City Centre run along Pershore Road (A441).

For further public transport information telephone Traveline on: 0871 200 2233.


From M6
Leave at Junction 6, follow signs for “A38(M) City Centre” and then “A38 South West” through Queensway Tunnel, turn left at 1st set of traffic lights and then right at the roundabout onto the A441 (Pershore Road). Turn left on to Edgbaston Road at the cross roads.

From Redditch
A441 through Kings Norton, Cotteridge and Stirchley. Turn right at Edgbaston Road (B4217) traffic lights, the ground is situated on your left.

From Wolverhampton
A4123 and A456 (Hagley Road) to Five Ways island. Follow signs to Moseley and Edgbaston along the A450 until joining Pershore Road (A441). Turn left onto Edgbaston Road at the cross roads (B4217) and again into the Main Entrance.

From M40
Join M42 (M42 west and M5), leaving at Junction 3. Follow A435 towards Birmingham, through Kings Heath and turn left onto Salisbury Road (B4217), which become Edgbaston Road. Turn right into the Edgbaston Main Entrance.

From Solihull-Stratford
Leave Stratford Road (A34) at College Road (B4217) which becomes Wake Green Road, Salisbury Road and finally Edgbaston Road. Turn right into Edgbaston’s Main Entrance.

From Worcester / Bromsgrove
A38 or M5 (leave at Junction 4) through Northfield and Selly Oak, turning right at Priory Road traffic lights onto Edgbaston Road (B4217). Edgbaston is situated on your left after crossing the next set of traffic lights.

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