FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
On this page you will find answers to the most ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ that we get, feel free to suggest other questions that you feel many people would like the answers to by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Where is the Comic Con held?
Comic Con Ireland takes place at RDS (The Royal Dublin Society) Ballsbridge
*When does the Comic Con take place?
Comic Con Ireland takes place the in June this year, it is always held on a Saturday & Sunday, The dates are 22-23 June 2019.
*How do I get to Comic Con?
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*What time does Comic Con open and close?
SATURDAY: 9.30am to 5.00pm (For Priority Ticket holders) 11am to 5.00pm (for General ticket holders)
SUNDAY: 9:30am to 5pm (For Priority Ticket holders) 11am to 5pm (for General ticket holders)
*Last ticket sale 4pm
Last re-entry is 30 minutes before closing!
*How do I get a ticket and how much are they?
For information on how to get tickets:
*Is Comic Con Ireland Disabled Friendly?
For information on disabled access visit the RDS website.
Am I allowed to take photographs and video?
We welcome you to take as many photographs and videos as you can, although please be aware that if someone asks you not to please adhere to their wishes. No photography or videos are allowed to be taken for financial gain, they are only allowed to be used for personal use unless cleared and agreed by Malo Events Europe management in writing. During selected Stage Talks and presentations photography and video is not allowed, but you will be notified if this is the case.
Will my photograph be taken or will I be filmed?
Because of the nature of Comic Con we attract a lot of press and media attention, what this means is that there are always many film crews, photographers, publications and broadcasters in attendance.
By attending Comic Con Ireland you are agreeing that you are allowing press and Malo Events Europe crews to use your attendance either by way or image, voice or combined in productions and for press.
Do the guests sign autographs?
Comic Con Ireland attracts many great guests from the worlds of TV, Movie, Comic, Gaming, Anime amongst others.
Through out the event there will be chances to meet selected guests at Autograph signing sessions, either promotional or paid for (information on this will be posted at the information desk).
Guests taking part in promotional signings will normally only sign items that are supplied by the production company that bring them in at no charge.
Guests who are taking part in general signing sessions will charge for autographs. They.normally sign most items that you bring in or will have a selection of photographs they supply