Posted by Jeremy on June 15, 2007 at 02:15 PM CST
Thereís less than a month to go until Celebration Europe so we can start releasing more details about some of the features and entertainment we will have at the show.

Dorling Kindersley have confirmed that Hans Jenssen will be signing on their stand and have increased their space in anticipation of the high demand for signed copies of their Cross Section books. Keep an eye out for more details of signings from their stand on the Sunday of the show.

Acclaimed Star Wars artist Dave Dorman has confirmed that as well as his presence in the Artists Alley he will also have a presence in the dealer area giving Celebration Europe visitors the opportunity to buy a wide selection of his art at the show.

The Royal Navy stand will be a hive of interactivity with a Merlin helicopter simulator, a recreation of a War Shipís bridge and a climbing wall where potential Jediís can be put through their paces with a chance to win a Yoda backpack and loads more prizes.

The Droid Builders Club will be taking a large presence on the main show floor. Always a massive hit with families and other fans they will be showing off their creations and will be conducting a live build throughout the show.

The British Army will be getting Jediís ready for the physical battle that lie ahead with a full size indoor assault course. They will also be providing a full military band to add an Imperial feel to Celebration Europe.

We are pleased to announce that Voyager Arcades will be providing the following classic games machines for our Star Wars Arcade: a Star Wars pinball machine, a Star Wars sit down simulator de luxe machine, a Star Wars upright, a Return of the Jedi upright arcade, a Star Wars 1983 cockpit machine and an upright multiplay machine. Visitors to the show will be able to relive their youth, brush up on their joystick skills and battle the Empire in this exclusive show feature. Anyone who is interested in making one of these unique machines a permanent fixture in their home can go visit www.voyagerarcade.com for more details.

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