Five Shows Coming to Olympia in 2017

Olympia London has announced the addition of a number of new shows to its 2017 calendar, along with returning shows such as Ideal Home Show, Big Data LDN and the London Book Fair. <br />Here are the shows coming to Olympia London for the first time: <br />· The PC Gamer Weekend (17-19 February) <br />Organised by Future Publishing, The PC Gamer Weekender gives...

Olympia London has announced the addition of a number of new shows to its 2017 calendar, along with returning shows such as Ideal Home Show, Big Data LDN and the London Book Fair.


Here are the shows coming to Olympia London for the first time:


· The PC Gamer Weekend (17-19 February)


Organised by Future Publishing, The PC Gamer Weekender gives visitors the chance to play unreleased games, compete in tournaments and learn how to modify or build a PC.


· FitCon (21-23 April)


Popular fitness expo FitCon will see appearances from a wide range of big names in the fitness and sports nutrition industry, including Simon Panda, Victor Martinez, Larissa Reis and the Harrison twins.


· Spin Cycling Festival (12-14 May)


Organised by Mercury Events, Spin is making the move from Truman Brewery to Olympia to accommodate 150 exhibitors specialising in all things cycling related. The show is aimed at beginners and pros, and throws some fashion, art and music into the mix.


· Heroes and Villains (27-28 May)


From the organisers of Walker Stalker Con (who EN spoke to last September), Heroes and Villains is an event by the fans, for the fans. Visitors can meet celebrities, take part in interactive exhibits and learn more about their favourite TV shows.


· Drag World UK (26-27 August)


Thanks to Ru Paul’s Drag Race, drag is more mainstream than ever, and now Europe’s largest drag convention is heading to Olympia. Attendees will have the chance to shop up a storm in the drag market, meet their idols in Autograph Alley, as well as sit in on a range of talks, workshops and performances.

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