Project Play

at Forest City Comicon
October 18, 2015

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Sunday, October 18, 2015

10am – 5pm

London Convention Centre, London ON Canada

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Guest Speakers

John Noble, Eric Stuart, Cam Clarke and more!

Local game companies together with Fans

Board games, card games, anime, cosplay, live-action role playing and more! The industry and community comes together for a day of fun and support.

Early Bird

$17.70 + HSTGeneral Admission - Online Only limited

General Admission

$30 (HST Included)All Day Pass


FREEAge 12 and Under

All Day Event Schedule Coming Soon

Companies and Vendors Coming Soon!

Special GuestsIn partnership with Forest City Comic Con we bring you:


Actor, Voice Artist

In The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Noble is known for his role as Denethor in Return of the King, and The Two Towers.



Stargate SG-1 aired from 1997 to 2007 and is the longest-running North American science fiction television series of all time.



StarKid Productions is the Chicago-based theatre company that shot to wide acclaim when their on-stage Harry Potter parody productions “A Very Potter Musical” and “A Very Potter Sequel” took the internet by storm.


Music & Voice Actor

Eric Stuart has successfully combined the world of music, voice acting and directing for many years. Besides starring in hit shows including Pokémon (Brock, James) and Yu-Gi-Oh! (Seto Kaiba).


Voice Actor

Cam Clarke is a prolific voice actor best known as the voice of Leonardo in the original “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” , as well as additional voices on “Big Hero 6” and “Hotel Transylvania”.



Andy Belanger is the Montreal-based illustrator behind IDW’s Kill Shakespeare, a remixed re-envisioning of some of the greatest literary characters of all-time.  The series has sold close to 40,000 copies since its spring 2010.



Chip Zdarsky (Steve Murray) is the Toronto-based illustrator for the comic book Sex Criminals with Image Comics and is also writer for Howard the Duck featured in the newly re-launched comic series from Marvel.



Bryan Lee O’Malley is the award-winning Canadian author/illustrator best known as the creator of the six-volume Scott Pilgrim graphic novel series which was released between 2004 and 2010.

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About Project Play

We have partnered with Forest City Comic Con to bring you one BIG event!

Project Play is an award-winning organization, that hosts a one day gaming event, bringing together industry and community to raise funds to support community organizations in the London area. Project Play has helped 9 organizations over the past 3 years by bringing Local game companies, Fans of video games, board games, card games, anime, cosplay, live-action role playing and more! The industry and community comes together for a day of fun and support. Giving all children the chance to play!


Forest City Comic Con (Read more)

A celebration of nerd culture like no other: the largest event of its kind ever to hit London, Ontario. The event will feature costumes, vendors, panels, board games, and video game tournaments. The event promises to a celebration of nerd culture and the popular culture that surrounds it.

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Past Donations


Merrymount is a caring organization committed to providing around the clock support and crisis care for children and families. We deliver responsive and innovative services and programs to strengthen children and their families in times of transition.

boyle centre

The Boyle Activity Council is a volunteer committee dedicated to providing the Old East Village neighbourhood with affordable recreation opportunities. The BAC, along with key community partners, offer programs for residents of all ages.


Canada’s largest high-security shelter for abused women and their children and receive families from London and the surrounding area as well as from across the country.

women's rural resources centre

Provides education, prevention and support services for women and families impacted by abuse in Middlesex County.


The N’Amerind (London) Friendship Centre is a non-profit organization committed to the promotion of physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual well-being of Native people and in particular, Urban Native People.


We encourage individuals, families and neighbourhoods to gather, grow and build a strong sense of community life.


Play games and heal kids Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals. Extra Life 2014 is going to be a part of Project Play this year and participants can raise money for this worthwhile cause! More on this will be coming soon!


North East London Community Engagement [NELCE] is a resident-based, action-oriented volunteer group. We support a strong sense of community pride and participation, provide opportunities for community leadership, and celebrate the diversity and vibrancy of London’s Northeast.


The South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre operates as a Family, Child & Youth Community Enrichment Centre. The Centre supports and fosters the development of community based and community driven projects that nurture and enhance a healthy quality of life for residents of South London


Implement and support diverse programs to meet the needs of the community. Encourage community involvement by engaging groups such as youth, seniors and immigrants to plan, implement and participate in programs and activities.