The event, over the August bank holiday weekend (Saturday and Sunday, August 27 and 28), is a convention that brings together comic, superhero, television and film fans from across the country.
It will be held at Guildford Spectrum and features stars from film and television as well as movie props and cars, comic artists, memorabilia and anime stalls, photo shoots, autograph hunting and guest talks.
Organisers have confirmed actor Colin Baker, who played Doctor Who from 1984 to 1986, will be attending.
John Gould, owner of Filmfair UK, said he was delighted with the response to the Guildford event.
“Spectrum wanted the event,” he said. “They were very keen and there has been a lot of interest so far. It is the first of its kind in Guildford and there has been a big response on social media.”
Mr Gould said: “I am always excited to put on a new show and I am looking forward to coming to Guildford. We are a small company and we will see what sort of feedback we get afterwards, but I would like to make it a regular event.
“If the clientele of Guildford enjoy it, we will come back.”
The organiser holds events in Watford, Northampton, Reading and Wakefield, and is in the process of rebranding his company to encompass all of his five shows.
He began organising his own conventions four years ago and has been working in the industry for 10 years.
He said: “I found some events were not correctly organised so I decided, instead of complaining about it to do it myself, so I took the plunge.
“Our show is a family event so we are trying to make sure it has a little bit of everything for everyone’s palate.
“We will have around 20 actors over the two days in Guildford.”
Other attractions at the event will include a fully working KITT car from cult television show Knight Rider and comic artist Jon Scrivens.
Tickets can be bought by visiting www.skiddle.com