Oxonmoot 2014 will be a day longer than normal to celebrate its fortieth year.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery, as part of the Black Country Echoes Festival, is hosting an exhibition this from September to January called the “Making of Mordor”. The displays include items from the Tolkien Society archives and Tolkien Society members.
Local historian David Robbie will be delivering a talk on ‘Tolkien and the Great War’ on Thursday 25 September at 6pm.
Join local Tolkien fans on a walk around Tolkien’s Great Haywood on Tuesday 7 October.
In light of the publication of Tolkien’s translation and commentary on Beowulf, the Wuffings Education Study Centre at Sutton Hoo will be hosting a study day entitled “An Introduction to the Old English Epic of Beowulf”.
Join local Tolkien and history fans on a walk on Thursday 18 September through Cannock Chase, taking in Brocton Coppice, the Great War Hut at Marquis Drive Centre, in addition to visits to the P and M Lines where Tolkien was billeted.
David Robbie will be delivering a talk on ‘Tolkien and the Great War’ on Tuesday 23 September at 1.30pm.
The annual autumn festival of the Austrian Tolkien Society (Österreichische Tolkiengesellschaft) returns this year with archery, crafts, literary workshops and much more!
“The Last Ships Leaving Middle-earth” is an all-inclusive Tolkien-themed cruise set to sail the Caribbean in early December 2014.