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 INVASION SPRING 2010   
One Day Doctor Who show
 
Barking Abbey Comprehensive School 
Longbridge Road, Barking, IG11 8UF
Saturday  - 1st May, 2010
As usual we are planning on having a mixes of stars from all era’s of Doctor Who and it’s spin off shows Torchwood & the Sarah Jane Aventures.
If you are unable to make the show and would like to pre order signed pictures,  or arrange for your personal items to be signed please click here  to order and we will post your items out to you early the following week.
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 PETER PURVES
 FRAZER HINES
 RICHARD FRANKLIN
NICK COURTNEY
WENDY PADBURY 
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JILL CURZON 
YVONNE ANTROBUS 
 GRAHAM COLE
HAMISH WILSON
SHEILA STEAFEL
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Sponsored guests Rob Sherman  
Lisa Bowerman
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MARC PLATT
 
NICK BRIGGS
LISA BOWERMAN
 ROB SHERMAN
 
INVASION SPRING 2010 GUESTS
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PETER PURVES
Peter appeared in 46 eposodes of Doctor Who between 1965 & 1966 firstly playing Morton Dill & then as the 1st Doctors companion Steven Taylor.
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FRAZER HINES
Frazer appeared in 117 eposodes of Doctor Who between 1966 & 1985  playing Jamie McCrimmon.
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RICHARD FRANKLIN
Richard played Captain Yate from 1971 with Jon Pertwee in 9 stories till 1974 in Planet of the Spiders and then returned in the Five Doctors in 1983.
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NICK COURTNEY
Nick has a history with Doctor Who second to none appearing with 8 doctors on TV and audio plus most recently in the Sarah Jane Aventures.
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GRAHAM COLE
Graham  appeared in 8 Doctor Who Stories between 1980 till 1984, Graham is best know as PC Stamp in the Bill.
WENDY PADBURY
Wendy was cast as the Second Doctor's new companion, Zoe Heriot, in Doctor Who in 1968 with Frazer Hines and Patrick Troughton.
Wendy appeared in Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday (1974), a stage play at the Adelphi Theatre London based on the television series, in which she played a companion named Jenny, opposite Trevor Martin as the Doctor. She then made a cameo appearance, again with Hines and Troughton in Doctor Who's 20th anniversary story, The Five Doctors.
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HAMISH WILSON
Hamish played the other Jamie in the second Doctor Story The Mind Robber. During the Mind Robber the 2nd Doctors Companion Jamie McCrimmon appearance totally changed for two of the episodes and Hamish took on the role as the Doctors Companion.
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SHEILA STEAFEL
Sheila was the young woman in, "Dalek's Invasion of Earth 2150 AD"
Sheila has an amazing career on television & film for over 50 years including appearing in as a young woman in Doctor Who “Dalek’s Invasion of Earth 2150 AD” & “Quatermass and the Pit” where she played a journalist.
 
Sheila has appeared in many comedy classics like Spike Milligan’s “Q5”, “The Kenny Everet t Television Show”, “The Goodies”, Sykes with the legendary Eric Sykes and Cribbins with new series Doctor Who favourite Bernard Cribbins, Sheila was also the voice of Blotch in “Super Ted” 
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Jill Curzon   -    is a British actress most famous for her film and television appearances during the 1960s.
Her television appearances include The Champions (1969), Adam Adamant Lives! (1967), The Saint (1965), Hugh and I and Disneyland (1963).Curzon's film roles include Louise, the niece of Doctor Who (Peter Cushing) in the 1966 film Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D., and an appearance in Smokescreen (1964).
More recently she was interviewed about her role as Louise in Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. in the 1995 Dalekmania documentary.
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Yvonne Antrobus
best known to Doctor Who fans for her appearance in the 1965 movie Doctor Who and the Daleks.

Yvonne was unavailable for post-synchronization after the shooting of Doctor Who and the Daleks was complete. So, while she is seen on-screen as Dyoni, her voice is provided by another actress.
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  1. "Doctor Who" (2 episodes, 2006)
        - The Age of Steel (2006)
    TV episode (idea) (uncredited)
        - Rise of the Cybermen (2006)
    TV episode (idea) (uncredited)
  2. Downtime (1995) (V) (written by)
  3. "Doctor Who" (3 episodes, 1989)
        - Ghost Light: Part 3 (1989)
    TV episode (written by)
        - Ghost Light: Part 2 (1989)
    TV episode (written by)
        - Ghost Light: Part 1 (1989)
    TV episode (written by)
"Doctor Who" (thanks) (2 episodes, 2006)
    - The Age of Steel (2006)
TV episode (thanks)
    - Rise of the Cybermen
(2006) TV episode (thanks)
MARC PLATT
 
 
 
 
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Barking Abbey School, Longbridge Road, Barking, Essex, IG11 9UF  Tel: 020 8270 4140  
Google map link click here ,  If you want to plan your route by rail please go to theTransport for London (TfL) 
 
All actors appear subject to work commitments
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.
 
 
 

 

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