We talk to the Faire organiser Zander Greene, who talks about the project the Faire was fund-raising for this year – the Kenyatta National Hospital Hope Lodge in Nairobi, Kenya – as well as discussing the Fantasy Faire Radio region, The Celestial Plain, and the many events that were staged there.
We also visit Bayounimba and talk to Stevie Basevi, who headed the Roleplay activities at the Faire about the different groups that were involved along with related activities in the region.
Then finally, we talk to Aisling Sinclair, who organised the Quest – The Lair of Lantoris – for the Faire this year, and Thornfast, the region in which it took place.
In addition we take flythroughs of several regions including The Shrine Tree by The Looking Glass.
Instructions from the Super Sekret Party Committee of Hijinks and Shenanigans: Here’s posters to be handed out and glued on top of the Ball posters allover the Fairelands. Don’t let the Pawlice catch you! Keep the post crypted! Complete radio and stream and messenger pigeon silence until it is TIME!
PS: For the love of Fairechylde, make sure to confiscate the glowsticks!
PS2: Remember to blatantly advertise the sponsor: Zander likes pixies!
It is the last day of Fantasy Faire 2019. I have found a soft cushion on one of Midas rooftops to rest and contemplate. To sort through the memories and emotions that this year’s Faire has left behind. The treasure of far more value than the grand accomplishment our Lindens raised is, or than the wonderful new shinies still waiting in my handbag ( I do have one like Hermione’s… bottomless.) for opening-the-loot day. There is a bittersweet melancholy to this day, a feeling of loss – I so don´t want it to end, don’t want to see these worlds of wonders disappear!
This year, for the first time, the Fabulous Jewell Theatre will be coming to Fantasy Faire with an exciting new production – Scheherazade’s Daughters – and they are making the second of their two appearances today!
Scheherazade’s Daughters is a modern take on an old classic. Cursed to tell endless tales endlessly in Cyberspace, Scheherazade’s Daughters spin their stories until they break the rules and tell their own forbidden story.