Today's roundup includes the London Comic & Film Convention, Johnny Foreigner, She Keeps Bees and The Xcerts. London Comic & Film Convention London Film and Comic Con returns and the 405 will be there The London Film and Comic Con is back and promises to bigger and better than ever before. Earls Court Two in London will play host to Showmaster’s 2009 London Film and Comic Convention on the 18th and 19th July 2009. The event boasts over 50 stars from Heroes, Stargate, Doctor Who, Star Wars and many other major blockbuster films and cult TV series. In short, it’s a film and comic geek’s paradise. Movie and TV stars, authors, and artists from around the world will descend on London for the movie and media event of the season. You can expect autograph signings galore, displays, live art, discussions, photo ops with top celebs and the opportunity to network with fellow fans over the weekend-long extravaganza. There will also be a veritable cornucopia of comics, books, toys and memorabilia, including original movie props and costumes. You may even bump into some of the 405 loitering around the Star Wars memorabilia. Date: Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July 2009 Venue: Earls Court Two, London, SW5 9TA Admission: Early admission £10, Standard Entry £5, Children (under 12) £3 Open: Saturday 9am to 6pm, Sunday 10am to 5pm (standard entry from 11am both days) Website: E-mail: Telephone: Info-line 01908 671138 Confirmed guests so far include: PETER FACINELLI – Twilight KEELEY HAWES – Ashes to Ashes, Spooks JAMES AND OLIVER PHELPS – Harry Potter ALEX MERAZ – New Moon EVE MYLES - Torchwood SENDHIL RAMAMURTHY – Heroes BRUCE BOXLEITNER – Babylon 5, Heroes, Tron JEWEL STAITE – Firefly, Serenity, Stargate Atlantis EDWARD FURLONG – Terminator 2, American History X PETER MAYHEW – Star Wars Trilogy TOM BAKER – Doctor Who, Little Britain ROBERT RANKIN - Author: Brentford Trilogy, Armageddon, Necrophenia PAUL COUVELA - Animator: Life on Mars, Bob the Builder VIC MIGNOGNA - Full Metal Alchemist, DBZ ARTHUR SUYDAM- Artist: Marvel Zombies, Aliens, etc MIKE COLLINS -Writer/Artist: X-MEN, 2000AD, Dr Who, etc For a full and updated list of the guests please check the website. Johnny Foreigner The follow up to their storming debut 'Waited Up 'Til It Was Light' Johnny Foreigner announce the title and release date of their much anticipated sophomore album 'Grace And The Bigger Picture' alongside a UK tour in October. OCTOBER 05 - Nottingham - Bodega 06 - Oxford - Jericho 07 - Birmingham - Flapper & Firkin 08 - Exeter - Cavern 09 - Brighton - Audio 10 - London - Garage 12 - Sheffield - The Harley 13 - Manchester - Deaf Institute 14 - Leeds - Brudenell Social Club 15 - Glasgow - King Tuts 16 - Liverpool - Korova 17 - Cambridge - Soul Tree Will it match their debut? I can't wait to find out. She Keeps Bees She Keeps Bees are back and will be playing the following shows: JULY 1st The Britannia, London 2nd Luminaire, London AUGUST 7th Hare and Hounds, Birmingham 14th Woolfires Festival 21st Green Man Festival SEPTEMBER 11th End of the Road Festival The Xcerts The Xcerts have released a mini album, ‘Live At King Tut’s’, exclusively through iTunes. They'll also be playing the following shows: JUNE 25th Warwick Uni, Warwick 26th Westend Centre, Aldershot 29th Barfly, Cardiff JULY 1st The Garage, London 2nd The Grapes Cellar, Hereford 3rd Electric Bay Festival, Scotland 4th Electric Bay Festival, Scotland 5th Ice Factory, Perth 24th Wickerman Festival, Scotland 26th Truck Festival, Oxford AUGUST 1st Hevy Festival, Folkestone 7th Boardmasters Festival, Newquay 9th BBQ Your Life. Brixton Windmill, London (special covers show with Winnebago Deal and 4 or 5 Magicians) 15th Leefest, Kent 22nd GRV - SOS Festival, Edinburgh 31st Beachdown Festival, Brighton SEPTEMBER 19th Southsea Festival, Portsmouth Spotify Baby! Remember to check out the following 405 Playlists: The 405 Radar The 405 Staff Picks The 405 Ultimate Mixtape (Add songs to it!)