More Details on MCM Loves Anime

posted on by Andrew Osmond
Tickets go on sale on Monday October 5

Anime Limited has given more details of the MCM Loves Anime event on October 24. Further updates will be given on the site.

In total across the day there will be 4 screenings with the first being shown at 1pm at The Crystal.

Movie 1: Mystery Film #1

Movie 2: Gundam The Origin Double Bill Gundam The Origin I: Blue-Eyed Casval followed by the World Premiere of Gundam The Origin II: Artesia's Sorrow.

Following this screening a representative of Sunrise, the Japanese licensor of Gundam, will take to the stage to tell attendees about some UK related Gundam news.

Movie 3: Mystery Film #2

Movie 4: Mystery Film #3

MCM Loves Anime is a separate event to the MCM London Comic Con event, so you will need to buy a ticket to MCM Loves Anime in order to gain entry. One day pass ticket gains you entry into each screening that day. Tickets can be purchased starting from midday on Monday 5th October at

A Day Pass Ticket will be at early-bird pricing of £20 until 12th October. From 13th October tickets will be priced at £25.

Only day pass tickets will be available for this event. However, subject to availability nearer to the event itself individual screening tickets may be put on general sale.

Unless otherwise noted, all the films are being screened in Japanese with English subtitles.

We appreciate that some people may only want to attend a select number of screenings, so you will be able to enter/exit the venue without issue. It'll simply be a case of you needing to hold onto yoru ticket and you will be allowed entry back into the venue.

MCM Loves Anime is a separate event being run by Anime Limited in conjunction with MCM. Because of this separate tickets need to be purchased.

Seating is on a first come first served basis for each screening.

Following each screening, the screen will need to be vacated to allow staff to inspect the screen and clean where needed.

Proceedings should be completed with the final film of the day by no later than 10pm.

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