A celebration of the work of the great fantasy writer – JRR Tolkien.
Every year at the Faire (well, for the last three years), we celebrate the work of a great Fantasy writer.
The first year, we celebrated the great Sir Terry Pratchett, who had recently died. And last year we celebrated another author who had died a rather longer time ago – William Shakespeare – on the 400th year anniversary of his death.
This year we are celebrating not the anniversary of the death – but the anniversary of a publication that was to have a huge influence on Fantasy – JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit, the first entry into the world of Middle Earth that was later to lead to the hugely influential trilogy – The Lord of the Rings.
And we have a fabulous region, created by Kilik Lekvoda, where we can celebrate – the hobbit-inspired…
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