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The 11th SonicLondon Meet Confirmed and Dated

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

The next SonicLondon meet has been confirmed and will take place in Regent’s Park on the 7th of September. This meet also has a number of events taking place and are listed below:

“Art Corner: The voice actor and artist Andrew Hamblin, a SonicLondon regular, has kindly agreed to host our Art Corner for us. Go over and join him, grab a pencil and some paper (provided) and get sketching!

Blackjack: At some point during the meet Cyburn (a member of SonicLondon staff) will be hosting a game of Blackjack, and the eventual winner will recieve a prize. Time and prize to be confirmed on the day.

3DS/Vita Corner: Our friends from Monster Hunter Community UK have kindly agreed to host our handheld corner. They’ll be happy to play the likes of MK7/Mario Tennis/Luigi’s Mansion 2 with attendees. And would, of course, be most up for a sneaky Monster Hunt with those of you that way inclined.”

You can confirm your attendance on the Sonic London Event page on Facebook. Please remember that this is an 18+ event.

The Community Spotlight: The Sonic Stadium Part 2

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

On Tuesday The Community Spotlight revealed the first part of an interview with our host The Sonic Stadium. We’re now back for part 2 of this interview that sees Pete “Titanscreed” Nethercote interviewing Svend “Dreadknux” Joscelyne from The Sonic Stadium. Click below to listen to the final part:

Long live the TSS Network!

Community Spotlight: The Sonic Stadium Part 1

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

You may forget, but we are a part of a cool little network of websites hosted by our awesome buddies The Sonic Stadium and we’re very proud of this fact. So we’d like to point your attention to this new edition of The Community Spotlight that sees Pete “Titanscreed” Nethercote interviewing Svend “Dreadknux” Joscelyne from The Sonic Stadium! This is part 1 of a 2 part edition of The Community Spotlight so make sure you come back on Thursday to see the 2nd part:

Sonic London Website now Live

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Heard of Sonic London? No? Well allow me to explain:
Sonic London is the name of a Sonic-themed fan meet that regularly occurs throughout the year. Previous meets have been held at Namco Station near Waterloo and the Royal Festival Hall on the South Bank.

If you’ve ever wanted to attend a Sonic London meet the full details have now been published on the rathy swanky new website. You can access the site by clicking here.

The next Sonic London meet will take place on Saturday the 25th of August in Regent’s Park. If you’re interested you can confirm your attendance on the Facebook event.

Attendees must be 18+ as things usually gravitate towards a pub by the end of the day.

SEGADriven Featured on the Community Spotlight

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

TitansCreed’s Community Spotlight feature is a monthly YouTube series where the man talks to various members of the Sonic and SEGA community to discuss various topics and projects. This month’s feature just happens to be on us!

I talk to TitansCreed about the website, where it originated, Sonic fan games, Summer of Sonic, community in general and my band. Check out the full feature below and learn a little about myself and the website:

[Source: Community Spotlight on YouTube]

Summer of Sonic Website Now Live

Monday, February 6th, 2012

The official website of the Summer of Sonic fan convention is now live! There’s not a lot more information other than what we already knew, but it’s certainly looking snazzy!

Click here to be taken to the website.

The 5th annual Summer of Sonic convention takes place on the 7th of July 2012 in the ‘London area’. Specific details about the venue are said to be coming ‘very soon’. Get pumped!

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