Enthusiastic and talented cosplayers bring to life our favourite characters, make us laugh with their extraordinary talents! Here at Wyntercon we encourage you to put on that face paint, brandish that magic staff and stick on those elf ears because you are one of us.
Over the years we have worked around the clock to construct an organisation that is accessible to all. Inclusion is at the very heart of what we do, and everything is exclusively not-for-profit to support those from underprivileged backgrounds.
Our educational workshops, attractions, and other endeavours are available to everyone, and exist to provide a springboard for creative minds to explore their passions. All of our workshops are based within curriculum key stages.
Here at Wyntercon, we would like to apologise for the lack of communication recently. We know that our usual output across all social media has been lacking, and our regular blogs have been in dark mode. This has not been due to us slacking off, this couldn't be further from the truth.READ MORE
Following the Government's announcement on 17th July, that events and conferences will only be allowed to resume from 1st October 2020 and having considered the practicalities of postponing Wyntercon VII to later in 2020. The Wyntercon Trustees have concluded that they have no workable alternative but to cancel Wyntercon VII for 2020.READ MORE
Fantasy Illustrator James Hayball will be attending Wyntercon VII. James is a freelance artist and has been working as a fantasy illustrator for about 5 years now, after choosing to quit his mind-numbing office job and pursue his dream. James exhibited at Wyntercon II, where then he had a vast array of wonders from Game Mats to Prints.READ MORE