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This Weekend Lots of FREE autographs, Fantastic Guests, Wonderful Venue
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ACT III  -  SHOW GUESTS
 LOUISE JAMESON, JOHN NETTLES, BURT KWOUK, COLIN BAKER, MARY TAMM, WENDY PADBURY, DEREK MARTIN, CHARLIE ROSS, LAUREN WILSON 
New Sponsored Guest:  Sheila Steafel, Sheila will be appearing at ACT III, "signing copies of her autobiography in hardback and on CD"!
Sponsored guests: KATY MANNING, NEV FOUNTAIN, BETH CHALMERS, NICK BRIGGS, LISA BOWERMAN , JOHN BANKS, JOHN DORNEY, ROB SHEARMAN, SIMON GUERRIER, NIGEL ROBINSON, PAUL FINCH, MIKE MADDOX, MATTHEW WATERHOUSE, RUTH WHEELER, MARK CHARLESWORTH, CHRIS NEWTON, KAREN LOUISE HAYWARD
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LOUISE JAMESON
JOHN NETTLES
BURT KWOUK 
COLIN BAKER 
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MARY TAMM 
WENDY PADBURY 
DEREK MARTIN 
CHARLIE ROSS 
 
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Lauren Wilson
 
 
Act III - New Show Announcements !!!
12.4.11
We are pleased to be able to announce that everybody attending ACT III will be able to get two autographs from Lauren Wilson as part of there ticket price.
11.4.11
Act III - Professional Photo Shoots - We are pleased to be able to announce that everyone having a picture taken in the photo studio at ACT III will be able to get it signed at no extra cost during the autograph sessions. Please note this is only for the individual photo shots and not for group shotsclick here
30.3.11
Celebrity Meet and Greet tickets on Sale, comes with a FREE autograph for your guest choice click here
30.3.11
We are pleased to announce that after the success at Invasion we have decided to let everybody attending ACT III get TWO FREE autographs, from each of our guests at the weekend.  (please note this does not included sponsored guests) 
29.3.11
We are pleased to be able to announce that all Gold Ticket holders will be recieving a signed 10 x 8 photo from Lalla Ward, all Silver ticket holders a signed 10 x 8 from Lynda Bellingham, and all standard ticket holders will receive a signed 10 x 8 image to be confirmed. Also we would like to thank both Lalla and Lynda for signing up these pictures for you as they were unable to attend.
29.3.11
'Katy Manning and Louise Jameson will be performing excerpts from their Drama Showcase audio productions from Big Finish'
29.3.11
Katy will be performing a section from her one-woman play Not A Well Woman. Louise will be performing a section from the biting comedy Pulling Faces.
Both CDs will be available to buy at Act III’
 
Please note when booking Hotel rooms at Latimer House for Act III please say you are booking for the Doctor Who Convention, there are rooms available. If you have any problems please let us know and we will give this our immediate attention.
 
 
JOHN NETTLES
 
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JOHN NETTLES CLICK HEREFOR IMDB
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LOUISE JAMESON
 
Louise Jameson (born 20 April 1951 in Wanstead, London) is an English actress, most famous for playing Leela, the leather-clad barbarian warrior companion of the fourth Doctor in the long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who.
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Louise has also appeared on Emmerdale (as Sharon Crossthwaite), The Omega Factor (as Dr. Anne Reynolds), Tenko (as Blanche Simmons), Bergerac (as Susan Young) and EastEnders (as Rosa di Marco). She recently worked on BBC Scotland soap River City as Viv Roberts.
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Louise reprised the character of Leela in the charity special Dimensions in Time and for the Doctor Who audio plays produced by Big Finish Productions.
Louise attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and spent two years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, performing in Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, Summerfolk, and Blithe Spirit. In 1995 she appeared in the RSC production of Botho Strauß's The Park. Other stage appearances include the first production of Peter Nichols's Passion.
Louise also works as a teacher of drama, directing youth productions of Shakespeare for local festivals. She also runs a Sunday Drama College, with branches in Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne
Louise was a regular visitor in British prisons during the first few years of her career, and during the early 1970s she met Leslie Grantham at Leyhill Prison in Gloucestershire, while he was serving 12 years of a life sentence for murder. She encouraged Grantham to be an actor, and by 1985 he had secured the much acclaimed role of Den Watts in EastEnders
 BURT KWOUK
 
DOCTOR WHO
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Doctor Who (TV series)
Lin Futu
Four to Doomsday: Part 4 (1982) … Lin Futu
Four to Doomsday: Part 3 (1982) … Lin Futu
Four to Doomsday: Part 2 (1982) … Lin Futu
Four to Doomsday: Part 1 (1982) … Lin Futu
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CARRY ON
BOND
Burt has appeared in three James Bond films. In Goldfinger (1964) he played an Eastern agent counterpart of Bond's; in the spoof Casino Royale (1967) he played a general and in You Only Live Twice (1967) Kwouk played the part of a Japanese operative of Blofeld.
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You Only live twice
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Goldfinger
TENKO
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In 1968 he appeared in The Shoes of the Fisherman opposite Sir Laurence Olivier and Anthony Quinn. Kwouk also appeared as the honourable but misguided Major Yamauchi in the 1980s World War II television drama Tenko.
He has appeared in numerous films and television programmes. He may be most famous for playing Cato (Fong), Inspector Clouseau's man-servant. The running gag was that Cato was ordered to attack Clouseau when he least expected it to keep him alert, usually resulting in Clouseau's apartment being wrecked. Amid the chaos, the phone would ring and Cato would answer it with "Hello: Inspector Clouseau's residence," before dutifully handing the phone to his employer.
During the 1970s, Burt Kwouk featured in many UK television productions that called for a man of East Asian appearance. As a result, he became a familiar face in the United Kingdom and appeared as himself in The Harry Hill Show as well as several of Hill's live tours. From 2001 to 2004 he provided voice-overs on the spoof Japanese betting show Banzai and subsequently appeared in adverts for the betting company, Bet365.
Manchester, England, but was raised in Shanghai until he was about 17 years old. One of Kwouk's earliest film roles was in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958) where he played the leader of a prison revolt who later aids the main character in heroically leading orphans to safety.
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From 2002 to the show's end in 2010, he had a regular role in the long-running series Last of the Summer Wine, as Entwistle (2002–2010). His later work also includes voice acting in the audio theatre and video game genres
 
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He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2011 New Year Honours for services to drama 
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PINK PANTHER
COLIN BAKER
 
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Colin Baker's first appearance as the Doctor occurred at the final minutes of The Caves of Androzani, where he delivered his first few lines. The closing title sequence for episode four features Colin's  face instead of Peter Davison, and credits him as the Doctor before Peter Davison's own credit.
This was the first (and, to date, only) time that the new lead received top billing in the final story of an outgoing Doctor. Colin Baker then made his first full story debut the following week in The Twin Dilemma. It was the first time since 1966, and only the second time in the series' history, that a new leading actor's debut story was shown before the conclusion of the previous lead's season.
COLIN BAKER IMDB CLICK HERE
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Colin made his first appearance in Doctor Who as Commander Maxil in the story Arc of Infinity (1983).
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 At the time of Colin Baker’s casting as Peter Davison's successor, he became the only "Doctor" actor to have appeared in the television series as another character prior to taking on the leading role.
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The programme returned for its 23rd season in the autumn of 1986. with The Trial of a Time Lord.
 Colin has returned to the role of the 6th Doctor in numerous audio stories and webcasts, the Dimensions In Time charity special, the video game Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors (for which he recorded new audio only) and stage play Doctor Who - The Ultimate Adventure.
MARY TAMM
 
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MARY TAMM IMDB CLICK HERE
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 WENDY PADBURY
 
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WENDY PADBURY IMDB CLICK HERE
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DEREK MARTIN
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DEREK MARTIN 
 
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 CHARLIE ROSS
 
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Charlie has been performing on the UK circuit for six years. In that time he has written and performed in two Fringe shows which have been very well received by audiences and critics alike.
He has a likeable and engaging style, warm and chatty which audiences lap up.
He has performed at most of the major comedy clubs in the country including the Comedy Store and is a regular on the Jongleurs network.  
 
MIKE
 
BIG FINISH SPONSORED GUESTS:
BIG FINISH SPONSORED GUESTS:
KATY MANNING
NEV FOUNTAIN  
BETH CHALMERS 
NICK BRIGGS
JOHN BANKS
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Katy Manning
Katy will be signining  her new Drama CD ‘Not A Well Woman’, plus 1 other item on Purchase of a CD  
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Katy Manning
 
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Beth Chalmers 
BIG FINISH SPONSORED GUESTS:
JOHN DORNEY
ROB SHEARMAN
SIMON GUERRIER
NIGEL ROBINSON
PAUL FINCH
MIKE MADDOX
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 John Banks
Sontaran:Heroes of Sontar
Metatraxi:The Lost Stories
Red Cap: City of Spires
Ravens: Nevermore
Herne the Hunter:Leviathan
Plus many other stories
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Lisa Bowerman
John Banks
 Nev Fountain
Rob Shearman
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 Nigel Robinson
Writer The Stealers from Saiph and Emperor of Eternity
Adaptor Farewell Great Macedon and The Fragile Yellow Arc of Fragrance
Doctor Who books editor and writer for Virgin Books
Nick Briggs
Simon Guerrier
John Dorney
Nigel Robinson
 
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Paul Finch:   The Lost Stories: Leviathan
The Lost Stories: Hexagora
The Companion Chronicles: Sentinels of the New Dawn
11th Doctor Novel: Hunter’s Moon
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Mike Maddox
Writer:
Circular Time, Legend of the Cybermen, The Feast of Axos
BIG FINISH SPONSORED GUESTS WILL BE APPEARING staggeredover the  two days
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Mike Maddox 
 
 
HIRST BOOKS SPONSORED GUESTS:
MATTHEW WATERHOUSE
RUTH WHEELER
MARK CHARLESWORTH
CHRIS NEWTON
KAREN LOUISE HAYWRD
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Matthew Waterhouse
 
Ruth Wheeler 
 
Mark Charlesworth
Life Begins at 40” – it’s a comedy novel about two Doctor Who fans sharing a flat in Blackpool
Chris Newton
“Life Begins at 40” – it’s a comedy novel about two Doctor Who fans sharing a flat in Blackpool
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New sponsored guest for ACT III 
Sheila will be at ACT III, "signing copies of her autobiography in hardback and on CD"!
 
MARK CHARLESWORTH
CHRIS NEWTON
 SHEILA STEAFEL
 
 
 
GUEST CANCELLATIONS
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LYNDA BELLINGHAM
LALLA WARD
GARY RUSSELL
 
VENUE
Set in 30 acres of grounds in Chiltern's countryside overlooking the Chess Valley, Latimer Place combines contemporary and Victorian architecture to make an inspiring venue for your Special Doctor Who event.

It's just a 35-minute train ride straight into central London from this rural idyll. With Heathrow airport also within easy drive, you have the perfect mix of town and country benefits in one great venue.  Our experienced team makes your weekend happen without fuss - we know what it takes to host a successful event and how to create the perfect bespoke experience for you. We've an indoor pool or sauna to unwind in after a long day and then relax in the bar, before enjoying a local dish in our restaurant.
 
A Brief History:
A Manor is recorded at Latimer from 1194 in records the Kings Court. In 1290 Edward I two daughters stay at Latimer en rough from St Albans to Windsor bring a camel as part of their entourage. In 1331 the Manor was leased to William Latimer till the 16th Century while in the 17th century both Charles I & Charles II stay at Latimer House, Charles I when he was a prisoner and was being taken to Hampton Court.... (A complete history will be available at the reception desk).
Bedrooms:
new stylish design, en suite, free high speed internet access, TV, DDI Telephones, tea and coffee tray. (Please note that this is a multi-site venue and your room will be allocated on arrival by the venue.  Access to the main house is not guaranteed.)

Leisure-time: Indoor pool, mini-gym, spa bath and sauna, 5-a-side football pitch, croquet & pool table.
 
Techie:            Free internet access throughout, LCD, plasma and audio-visual equipment
 
Outdoors:       Lots of space, Beautiful scenery & a trim walk.
 
Rooms are B&B in a twin or Double room @ £45.00 inc vat per person, per night.  B&B in a single room @ £55.00 inc vat per night
Reception on (01494) 764422     -   Parking: 160 spaces
 
 
BY CAR 
Exit the M25 at Junction 18 take the A404 towards Amersham. After 2 miles turn right, signposted Latimer and Chenies. Proceed through Chenies Village and after 1 mile turn right at the crossroads, signposted Latimer. Turn left at the Village Green proceed up the hill. The entrance gates to Latimer Place are 50 yards on the left.
BY TRAIN
Chalfont & Latimer station is five minutes by car from the Centre. The station is on the Metropolitan tube line and BR's Chiltern line connecting into London Marylebone. Taxis should be pre-booked from the station by calling Reception on (01494) 764422.
For more information:   National Rail Enquiries
BY AIR
Nearest Airport is Heathrow, approx. 24 miles.

 
Disclaimer: This event is an unofficial gathering for fans of the BBC TV series "Doctor Who". It is not endorsed by or affiliated in any way with The BBC, Russell T. Davies, or any other licensee. All images are used for promotional purposes only and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended. This website was set up to provide information about the event.
All Actors appear subject to work committments
 
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