Honestly - what was all that about?
• Events like these are usually an excercise in restraint with the old wallet - but a few crappy stalls selling old tat that could be purchased at half the price on eBay? £7 ($14) for a small embroidered patch? Come on... don't take us for fools.
• Hardly room to breathe let alone wander between stalls.
• Half-mile long entrance queues all day long (I'm not kidding).
• Standing in line for over an hour for anything even remotely worthwile.
• Sky-high catering and typical, shoddy British service and attitude.
Should I have expected something just a little bit better to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Star Wars?
Without having to queue for hours or empty our wallets, where was the content? Where was the value? Where was the "thanks, guys"? Not even a hint. Simply roll-up and empty your wallets, please!
On behalf of the citizens of the United Kingdom; I apologise to those who travelled from foreign shores to visit this so-called "celebration".
Commercialisation, more like...