2019 Show Information



Saturday 27th April and Sunday 28th April 2019.



Open to the Public - 10am to 5pm Saturday and 10am to 4pm Sunday.                  

Parking at the Dewar’s Centre

Barriers and pay stations have now been installed at the Dewar’s Centre to deter parking by non-Centre users.


As a result, the availability of parking at the Dewar’s Centre has greatly improved.


All traders and exhibitors at the show will be able to  get their tickets endorsed by staff in the Centre office to get their parking free.


Anyone attending the show for the full day to display their work with clubs or SIGs will also be able to get their ticket endorsed by Centre staff on production of their club ticket to reduce the cost to £1 for the day.


The general public attending the show will now find there is a lot more parking available to them.

Admission Prices

Adult One Day £8

Adult Two Day £12

Concession One Day* £5

Concession Two Day* £8

Juniors (16/17 years old) £2 per day

Children uder 16 free if accompanied by a responsible adult.

Otherwise, junior rate of admission applies.

*Applicable to IPMS/MAFVA members upon presentation of valid membership card.     








Make-n-take disposable aprons sponsored by Friendship Models


Competition Registration Closes - Saturday 2pm.


Competition Area Closed for Judging - Saturday 3pm to 5pm.


Prize Giving - Sunday 3.30pm

Other exiting demonstrations taking place over the course of the show include:

.  a book launch by Robin Carpenter

.  the launch of a new electronic product by Magic Scale Modelling (1/32 B-25 'light and sound' start-up cycle kit)

.  a selection of 1:1 scale vehicles - Daimler Dingo, Austin Champ, military motorbike 

.  a (deactivated) 1:1 Lewis Gun, demonstrated by Montrose Museum

.  an audio-visual history of Aeroclub by John Adams (with vac-form building demo.)

.  a free airbrush clinic by Robin Carpenter (small donations to cover the costs of any materials used would be appreciated!)

.  a figure painting clinic by Pete Watson

.  a display by 7 Scots, including modern (deactivated) British Army weaponry and possibly a 1:1 Land Rover

.  3 wargames clubs participating in several period battles.

A floor plan is available here

The Live Active Dewars Centre, Glover Street, Perth, PH2 0TH.