OH!CON Outer Hebrides' comic con: sci-fi, fantasy, comics, games and stuff

29 October 2022

Stornoway, Isle of Lewis

The Outer Hebrides' first comic con!

Are we Europe's most north-westerly con? Perhaps. The smallest? Possibly. The windiest? Probably. But we've got great guests and lots going on. Unleash your inner nerd and join us!



We have loads for you, both on the day and the lead up to OH!CON: workshops, talks, films, quizzes and more...

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Handy with a pencil? Fab at Photoshop? Send us your sci-fi, fantasy and comic artwork to display at OH!CON.

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cosplay comp


All you need to know about coming in costume  or entering the cosplay masquerade competition.

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Latest news

Day tickets are now SOLD OUT. There are still some tickets available for some ivents including talks by one of Scotland's most exciting comic book authors, Etienne Kubwabo, and by top fantasy author, Ben Aaronovitch.  Check the programme page for availability.

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Creating a superhero: Beats of War

DJ, filmmaker and author, Etienne Kubwabo, talks about his hit comic, Beats of War, starring Scotland's first Black superhero.

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Ben Aaronovitch

One of Britain's top fantasy authors, Ben will be discussing his career and his best-selling Rivers of London series.

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Quiz night

Gather your best nerds and joins us for the one quiz to rule them all.

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Get involved!

We're still looking for people to help out on the day. Come and join the team!

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We're proud to be supporting three local charities: WISCK, Neuro Hebrides and Autism Eileanan Siar. Find out more about these charities.

Get in touch

Need more details? Have a question? Just want to say 'hi!"? You can reach us at beammeup@ohcon.info


OH!CON has been supported by Western Isles Libraries, An Lanntair, UHI, and the Public Libraries Improvement Fund – a Scottish Government initiative administered by the Scottish Library and Information Council.

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