Living up to it’s name in every way, Ironbridge Gorge features both a gorge and an Iron Bridge. In fact, the bridge located at the Iron Bridge Gorge museums was the first to be built ever in the world, back … Continue reading The Town That Never Was Event Report
In June 2018 A Splendid Day Out visitors were treated to a burlesque performance by new entries to the scene Burlesque IOM (Isle Of Man). The troupe were well received by the audience and while there, troupe leader Madame Zuri … Continue reading Arise Arossa
Many UK based steampunks will be familiar with Rob Bracewell from A Splendid Day Out (ASDO). He’s one of the three organisers of ASDO in Morecambe (click this link for the Steampunk Journal report). ASDO has grown to become one … Continue reading Steampunks Pledge Support for Event Organiser
Over the past 12 months, Victor Sierra have really upped their game in the UK steampunk scene. They’ve always been there, pottering about in the fringes – popular in mainland Europe and with a steadily growing fanbase in the UK. Since appearing at The Asylum in 2017, they’ve increased their visibility. They are highly active on social media and are performing at more events such as Hebden Bridge Steampunk weekend and Northstar. Victor Sierra consists of three members; Commander Bob, The Legendary Converted Princess and Big Machine. Commander Bob and Converted Princess are co-founders of the group and provide the main bulk of vocals. On Manchurian … Continue reading The Manchurian Pass by Victor Sierra album review
Sponsored Post Steampunk is a beloved genre of literature, comic books, and animation. It is certainly the one with perhaps the most spectacular examples of cosplay ever created, yet is surprisingly absent from the silver screen – as in productions … Continue reading SPONSORED POST Steampunk in Movies: Do These Count?
Recently, steampunk impressario and all round decent chap Professor Elemental was booed while on stage. It happened because of a comment he made regarding a British Member of Parliament who is in the current right wing government. He wrote about … Continue reading Politics in Steampunk
Steampunk Journal, the most popular online steampunk news site in the world, have launched a Patreon page. The page is launched and aims to raise just $20 per month initially to increase the speed of the site. In 2013, I … Continue reading Steampunk Journal is on Patreon!
While you were all tucking into your chocolate eggs, this year, I had sacrificed my time to dress in my steampunk finery and head over to Manchester, UK. TimeQuake is the newest event from the Ministry of Steampunk (formerly the … Continue reading A Weekend at TimeQuake
Troy, New York State, USA – 11th April 2018: San Diego-based musical performance act Steam Powered Giraffe will headline a fast growing steampunk festival in upstate New York that aims to fill the void left by the cancellation of world’s … Continue reading Steam Powered Giraffe To Headline Troy Steampunk Festival
It was a Tuesday afternoon. I remember, because the day before had been a Monday, and I’d recently confirmed my suspicions on the order of these things. Professor Montmorency Robinson-Heath, the learned boffin with whom I had long been acquainted, … Continue reading A Brief History of Time Machines