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entertainer and poet John Gorman will tell of how Lancelyn Green became one of the Inklings with JR Tolkien (Lord of the Rings) and CS Lewis (Narnia).
Marillion - taking its name from JR Tolkien's novel, The Silmarillion - was seen as a sort of blend of the two, neo-prog rock.
This would be the first of director Peter Jackson's trilogy set in the fictional world of JR Tolkien's Middle Earth.
Director Peter Jackson offered the Naked Chef a role in his adaptation of the JR Tolkien book in exchange for cooking at the Kiwi's 50th birthday bash.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey PETER Jackson is back, nine years after his epic The Lord of the Rings, with JR Tolkien's prequel book The Hobbit.
Other visitors for the festival include Bessie Ellen, one of the last West Country trading ketches, the luxurious gaff-topsail scho1oner JR Tolkien, plus Mercedes, Phoenix and Ruth.
English writer JR Tolkien author of the The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit who was from the area, often walked on the nearby Malvern Hills which inspired his Misty Mountains.
In this region, businesses will be getting involved in projects like the one at Birmingham's Shire Country Park in Spark-brook that covers an area that inspired celebrated author JR Tolkien.
Hobbit horses that would make JR Tolkien proud have been spotted at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
INTEREST in the world of hobbits, wizards and elves has reached fever pitch in Coventry, as thousands of fans of JR Tolkien's masterpiece The Lord of the Rings scramble to secure a "ringside" seat for the blockbuster film.
The late JR Tolkien, raised in Birmingham, penned the fantasy trilogy about hobbits which is hailed a literary masterpiece.