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The Lakes International Comic Art Festival is pleased to announce that award-winning Canadian comic book writer, artist, cartoonist and animator Darwyn Cooke will be among the many international and British guests attending its weekend-long event in Kendal, Cumbria in October (16th – 18th October 2015), making his first-ever UK appearance.

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16-18 OCTOBER, 2015 Kendal, Cumbria, UK

We're changing the website to incorporate lots of great feedback and to fit the shape and size of the festival now we've run it for 2 years. For now here is the programme from 2014 so you can get a flavour of what LICAF is all about. Or download a copy of the 2014 Report.

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Lakes International Comic Art Festival announces New Patrons
Kendal, 20th February, 2015: The Lakes International Comic Art Festival is pleased to announce two new patrons - top French artist Boulet and Stephen L. Holland, co-creator, co-owner and co-manager of the award-winning independent comic shop Page 45, based in Nottingham. MORE

Existing and potential new volunteers are invited to a relaxed and friendly meeting where we will review the 2014 festival, share the 2015 line-up and discuss volunteering opportunities.
Date: Tuesday 24th March Time: 7pm in The Warehouse Café at The Brewery, Kendal.
If you'd like to come email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Booking for spaces in Kendal's Comics Clock Tower venue for this year's Lakes International Comic Art Festival (16th – 18th October 2015) has just opened.A huge line up of both British and globe-spanning international comics talent is being lined up for this year's Festival, and events in the Clock Tower will form a major part of the celebrations.



We’re always on the lookout to recruit folks to the ‘Red Brigade’ our now famous band of volunteers and the one group of people most mentioned at the Box Office during the festival last year. The feedback from the public was that volunteers were key in making their experience utterly brilliant. Volunteers not only made the festival happen in a wide variety of ways, but they had the opportunity to meet their comic art heroes, get their favourite books signed and generally have a lot of fun. We’d love to hear from you if you would like to get involved – please contact me direct with any questions or to sign up: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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