Guest list for me and bro was down this year as well. Had 6 on our list when that would’ve been closer to 20 pre COVID, but we spread it across all 3 days of the con and had time to dander round London in our spare time, which I can’t complain about either, as we could pass the time with Niantic’s location based games.
Friday just had 1 guest: Amanda Tapping, who was really sweet! Managed to get her autograph and photoshoot done on Friday and was heading on by 2.30, 3pm.
Saturday was the long day, as we were there shortly after 9 for VQ tickets and had 4 guests to meet: Clark Gregg, Ian De Caestecker, Mike Coulter and Jessica Henwick. Clark and Jessica were very quiet when getting their autographs but a bit more lively doing the photoshoots (pleased with my thumbs up Henwick photoshoot!) and Mike Coulter and Ian De Caestecker we’re talkative during their autograph sessions, a bit of humour from Mike and Ian asked where I was from (and connected the dots when the brother met him, who was 2 behind me thanks to a dealer bunking the queue)
Sunday left us with 1 last guest, Adrian Rawlings, who I knew as James Potter from the HP movies. He was talkative during the autograph, and after a quick chat about getting old got his auto. Was finished with Sunday by around 11, 11.30 after Adrian’s photoshoot, and that left us to do some Pokémon Go that afternoon and some Ingress that evening. (Didn’t get back to the hotel till about 8pm after about 12 miles walking that day. Geez, I was wrecked!
It’s a shame it was quieter this year, but at the same time, as someone who’s not in London much, I didn’t mind the chance to view London a bit more, even if it was through the eyes of an AR gamer.