21 Dec 2010 00:00:00 By Mark Hayden
We wanted to take this opportunity to wish you all a truly wonderful festive season and in doing so invite you all to spend it in the company of fellow Millennium fans who have come together to extend a little warmth to each other and enjoy the show they love this Christmas.
From Wednesday 22nd December our 'Midnight Of The Century' celebrations begin and continue into the new year and we have a number of special events for fans to enjoy as the results of our Lucy Butler Audio Tale are revealed and the lucky winner will hear their Christmas chiller read exclusively by Lucy Butler herself, Sarah-Jane Redmond. Our celebrated vidder, Josef has created a stunning musical treat to celebrate the season, composer Steven Paul Katzenmoyer has created an exclusive composition to pay tribute to the episode ""Midnight Of The Century"" and our bloggers and writers, Darlene and Lisa have written a couple of superb articles on the subjects of Frank Black and the seasonal episode we are celebrating.
If that wasn't enough there is still ample time to make a purchase of the scent '"Midnight Of The Century"' which was created by perfumier Vajra Wright with permission from the episode's writer Kay Reindl with a donation made to charity for each and every purchase. Fans dropping by will also have an opportunity to win a signed copy of the festive horror film ""Black Christmas"" kindly donated by Millennium's luminaries Glen Morgan and Kristen Cloke, an opportunity to win a signed photograph of Tucker Smallwood as Millennium's Steven Kiley that he very kindly donated to our Killer Karaoke Competition and to put the cherry on the top we have the first Millennium comic strip created exclusively for www.tiwwa.info by artist and illustrator Barry Renshaw. Yep, Frank Black's back in action this Christmas and what a long time coming it has been.
As you can see we have plenty to get your teeth into and I do hope you will all drop by to partake of the fun.
So here's to the Midnight Of The Century and to all of you....
A Very Millennium Christmas.
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