View Full Version : Amiga/Classic Computer Show Soon

3rd March 2010, 22:19
Reading today in the latest copy of custom pc, that there is going to be a classic computer show in a cpl of months!

The show will consist of all classic retro machines with stands for Sinclair, Amiga, Atari, and other retro pc/gaming hardware.

Pixel8r will also be there making chip tunes from sinclairs, gameboys c64s and other 8bit machines!!!

Sounds good! I can scan the art if any1 intrested?

4th March 2010, 01:38
Sounds very good. If you could scan in the art/advert that would be great.

9th March 2010, 20:09
I second the notion!

9th March 2010, 21:00
Wll scann it in shortly!

22nd March 2010, 17:22
Here you go as promised!

15th April 2010, 20:18
Bloody hell, they've advertised it well!
I already knew about the event .... it's happening @ Bletchley Park.
All going to plan, I will be going (and taking some Amigas with me)

15th April 2010, 23:09
yep! Im planing on going too!

19th April 2010, 22:34
This is brilliant :)

Nice to hear that there's still so much interest in retro stuff.

Won't be able to attend myself, but I'd love to see a report with photos and stuff.

19th June 2010, 12:56
I'm attending this tomorrow ..... anybody else going?

Stephen Coates
19th June 2010, 15:21
I was hoping to go on Friday and stay the whole weekend, but I would only have done that if I could have had a lift there either from South Yorkshire or from Lincoln, but that turned out to not be possible.

It will be a shame to miss it, but rockape says he has instructed the LAG members who have gone to take photographs :).

19th June 2010, 16:58
I'm taking my camera so will take a few pictures and post them either online somewhere.

20th June 2010, 10:05
it would be great if you create an album on here to upload the images to.

20th June 2010, 21:38
OK, Will do ..... unfortunately, although I spent a lot of time in the Amiga marquee, I only took one or two photos in there ...... most of the photos are of the other retro stuff.

21st June 2010, 22:50
That doesn't matter. Its always more interesting to see some pictures of the whole event, and some more unusual systems.