July 20-21 2019 Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe

    Cosplay, Steampunk, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Medieval, Gothic, Pirates and more.


  • Dream with your eyes open

    Enjoy a day, or even a weekend, in the Fantasy Forest with friends or family. Dress up in your favorite costume for the occasion and prepare to take some amazing photographs and be photographed in the unique scenery of Sudeley Castle and the absolutely gorgeous backdrop of the Cotswold hills..

    Come with your family, a group of friends or alone. Walk around, meet up with friends or make new friends and enjoy everything around you. There is something to see and do for every age.

    Don't want to go home? Well, you don't have to! Fantasy Forest has a campsite available next to the event site on the castle grounds. When you are tired after a long day of fun you just walk straight into the campsite when you leave the event area. And in the morning when you wake up and leave your tent you will see the rolling Cotswold hills to your left and the stunning Sudeley Castle to your right. Not a bad way to wake up and start a new festival day.


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    Terry English is one of the worlds leading armourers, working for Film, Television, and the entertainment industry and producing works for both private collections and museums across the world. He has been creating armour for over 50 years and has worked on many classic film productions including Excalibur, Aliens, First Knight, Batman and Robin and Gladiator to name but a few.  And during his illustrious career Terry has worked with many great actors, including Sean Connery, Timothy [...]

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    We are unbelievably excited to announce that  the Finnish Celtic folk rock band Greenrose Faire will fly from Helsinki to Birmingham to perform at Fantasy Forest for their first ever appearance in the UK! Greenrose Faire plays rousing Celtic folk rock with head-bobbing, toe-tapping rock feel. The Finnish sextet meshes mandolins and violin with rock drums and bass and symphonic synths. Greenrose Faire sounds lively and modern but still tugs at the nostalgia strings for the long-gone days [...]

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