The current pandemic is truly hitting event organizers all over the world hard.
MCM Comic Con London was supposed to take place the last weekend of May this year. However, to follow the protocol and advice from the World Health Organization (WHO), it has been decided to move the convention to July 10-12 of this year instead. According to the message posted on MCM Comic Con London’s official site, they will be offering attendees with tickets three options — you can hold on to your tickets, and they will be valid for the new dates, if you are unable to make it to the new date, you can either ask for a complete refund, or transfer your ticket to be valid for the MCM Comic Con London in October instead.
Sadly, the postponement of the convention means that the cast of Critical Role, who were highly anticipated guests, will no longer be able to attend the convention. Their official account tweeted that they will be coming back at another point in the future, and MCM Comic Con wrote in their statement that they are working to get the cast to a convention at the earliest possible date.
We understand MCM’s decision to reschedule the London event for everyone’s wellbeing during this unprecedented time. Unfortunately, we cannot appear at the new date in July. We’re committed to coming back to MCM when the timing is appropriate and safe for everyone! https://t.co/BAQ4DaFZey
— Critical Role (@CriticalRole) March 19, 2020