FAQs

27-29 May at ExCeL London

28-30 Oct at ExCeL London

12-13 Nov at NEC Birmingham

MCM London October tickets go on general sale 30th May. Tickets will be available to purchase early for MCM London May ticket holders, via QR codes at the show. Superfan members get first access via presale. Find out more about memberships, click here.

Click here to read our entrance procedures.

FRIDAY:

Priority Entry Tickets: 10am - 6pm

General Entry Tickets: 12pm - 6pm

SATURDAY:

Priority Entry Tickets: 9am - 7pm

General Entry Tickets: 11am - 7pm

SUNDAY:

Priority Entry Tickets: 10am - 5pm

General Entry Tickets: 12pm - 5pm

MCM Comic Con is open to individuals of all abilities, we are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure full access and we encourage all feedback and suggestions in order to improve your experience.

Learn more about Accessibility at our shows here.

If you choose to have your tickets delivered, you will need to activate these before attending. Click here to learn more

If you choose Will Call or Collection, then just like in previous years with wristband collection, you’ll bring the PDF ticket with your QR code on your confirmation email to collect the physical element of your ticket. Once you have your ticket, you can activate it on your phone after leaving the queue hall via the same link.

Photo-ops are available to pre-order, and both photos and autographs will be available to purchase at the show. Click here to book photo ops.

MCM London digital tickets will return for MCM London October. MCM London May will not be available to stream fully and so no digital tickets will be sold.

For the first time ever, you can sign up for our newly launched Metaverse Membership for exclusive access to video content, celebrity panels, and first access to MCM tickets, photo ops & autographing tickets, and paid digital experiences, plus an exclusive collectible enamel pin and access to MCM exclusives online.

Our Metaverse Membership includes a digital ticket for MCM and our sister shows in the US, including New York Comic Con. Find out more.

MCM London will run in accordance with the latest government advice and research, including enhanced sanitation, and increased ventilation. Read more about that here.

Please note this is reflective of the current guidance which changes regularly. Check our health and safety guidance regularly to stay aware of what we’re doing to keep our shows safe.

Your safety is our number one concern, and MCM Comic Con events will only happen if it's safe to do so. In the event that MCM is postponed, your tickets will automatically transfer to the new dates. If MCM London May 2022 is cancelled, you'll automatically receive a full refund - no further action required. However, if the event occurs as planned, our traditional no refund policy stands—your tickets are yours to have and to hold.

Yes! Head over to this page to learn more about what is allowed and what you should leave at home.

MCM Comic Cons are vibrant events which offer a variety of photography opportunities. Taking photographs is encouraged- no special permission is needed to bring a camera to the event. The event, venue, and attendees all have expectations, so please note the following rules that apply to everyone at an MCM Comic Con:

  • Photography is permitted in all public areas of the show unless signs or staff indicate otherwise.
  • Outside of organised activities on stages, exhibitor stands, and signings permission must be sought from the subject(s) of a photograph before beginning to take photographs; the photographer must also oblige if the subject requests to see the photograph taken.
  • It is unacceptable to take or attempt to take photos deliberately geared towards compromising common decency or the dignity of the subject, for example contriving the cameras position to shoot up a skirt or kilt.
  • Any equipment used must be held by the photographer. Free standing equipment or additional equipment held by other people e.g. lights and flashes is not permitted, unless part of a booked trading or exhibiting space. This equally applies to people with a press pass; a press pass does not grant permission to set up a studio.
  • Use of power sockets requires the permission of the event. Venues further require permission to be sought from them if wanting to use power sockets within a venue but outside of the event.
  • Photographs taken at events may only be sold to press outlets unless taken as part of a booked trading or exhibition space. If you wish to sell photography services to the general public or the subjects of the photographs without a booked trading or exhibition space, a £500 fee will be charged for commercial photography.

Once purchased, tickets cannot be transferred, exchanged, refunded or returned.The right to refuse admission to an event is reserved by the MCM Expo Limited at all times and/or event venue, who may take health and safety, environmental and security concerns into account at their reasonable discretion and may from time to time carry out security searches.All guest appearances are subject to work and personal commitments.To the fullest extent permitted by law we will not be responsible for loss, damage or injury to any person or their property howsoever caused.