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The Story Museum presents The Phoenix Children’s Comic Festival 2015

Saturday 2nd May - Sunday 3rd May

Phoenix Comic covers

Key facts


General entry tickets and workshop tickets can be purchased via the Tickets Oxford Website or by phoning the box office on 01865 305305.

Please note you will not be able to attend a workshop without having purchased a general entry ticket.

About the event

General entry tickets are now SOLD OUT. Please note: you can not attend any of the workshops without a general entry ticket.

The Phoenix and The Story Museum present, The Phoenix Children’s Comic Festival 2015!

The Phoenix and The Story Museum are proud to present Phoenix Fest 2015! Now in its third year, the festival is our annual celebration of The Phoenix and the wider world of comics, and this year’s line-up will be bigger and better than ever! There’s plenty to do for the whole family –  the chance to take part in amazing comic workshops, live shows, comic jams, magic, storytelling, interactive theatre, printing, fabulous food and more. If this isn’t enough, there will even be the chance to hang out with all of your favourite Phoenix artists! If you love comics and getting creative, then Phoenix Fest 2015 is for you!


How to book for the Phoenix Children’s Comic Festival:

Step 1: Visit Tickets Oxford and buy a general entry ticket for every child and adult attending on either Saturday or Sunday.
Step 2: Buy your workshop tickets (most workshops are for children only – details can be found below) – you will be able to do this by clicking on the title of the workshop on the Tickets Oxford Website, or by phoning their box office on 01865 305305.
Step 3: Wait in anticipation for the big day!

All workshops are aimed at children aged 6-12 years. All family workshops (which are clearly marked on the website) are suitable for all ages as long as 0-6 are accompanied by parents.

 Workshop schedule (click to enlarge): 


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