AusDWCon Online 2021

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Jul 27, 2008
Stirlingshire, Scotland
Feegled from Discworld Monthly,
The Lost Con

As you all know (1) we have postponed the Australian Discworld Convention until 8th - 10th April 2022. However, we plan to celebrate the original dates with a virtual event on Saturday 3rd July 2021, tentatively from 6pm to 12am AEDT (Sydney time) . This will be a chance for us all to catch up and have some fun. This will be open to all convention members, attending and supporting.

We are thinking of:

- A fiendish (2) Discworld quiz

- A costume event

- A radio play

- Maybe a couple of special guests for a virtual Klatch

-And perhaps a visit to the Ankh Morpork palace dungeon? It's easy to enter, not so easy to escape (3)

-And a bedtime story to finish

(1) Because we have done our best to let you know - although if you live far away the Pointless Albatross may not have arrived yet.

(2) Fiends not guaranteed - unless they escape from the Dungeon Dimensions again.

(3) As I have said before, "never build a dungeon that you would not be happy to be thrown in yourself."


Sep 29, 2011
Adelaide, South Australia
Although... if you subscribe to our newsletter at - you can get the info directly from the Patrician's own mouth!

At this stage please take all of the above as a "maybe" - we're just starting to investigate how to run an online event, and what activities will take place, the above is a list of ideas we've had.

That being said, it will be open to all current members who have purchased tickets for the 2022 in-person convention (both supporting and attending) but for those who wish to join us for the Lost Con online in July, you can get a supporting membership for A$40 at -- and if you're able to join us in Sydney in person in April 2022, upgrading from a supporting membership is easily done at the website as well!

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