Signing - 27th February
| Signing Event - Saturday 27th February
between 10.00 am and 13.00 pm
Autographs are £10 each (buy 4 get a fifth free)
There will be a photoshoot at this event
Photoshoots are £10 (buy 4 get a fifth free)
Venue - Barking Learning Centre,
2 Town Square, Barking,
Tel: 020 8724 8710
|Please note: Simon Fisher-Becker is not
included in the 'Buy 4 get a 5th Free' deal. His autograph will still be £10
|GEORGINA MOON||FRANCOISE PASCAL||FRANCES BARBER||JEREMY WILKIN|
|PETER STENSON||KELLY HUNTER||HENRY WOOLF||MOYA BRADY|
Henry Woolf is a London-born film, stage and TV actor who played the Collector in theDoctor Who story The Sun Makers. The diminutive actor was a close colleague of Harold Pinter and performed in a number of his plays; Pinter's The Hothouse is dedicated to Woolf. His best-known film work has includedMarat/Sade, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Gorky Park. TV work other than Doctor Who has includedRutland Weekend Television, The Protectors, The Sweeney and Steptoe and Son.
Jeremy Wilkin is an English-born Canadian actor, possibly best known for his contributions to the television productions of Gerry Anderson.
Jeremy Wilkin provided the voice of Virgil Tracy for the second series of Thunderbirds . In 1968 he provided the voice of Captain Ochre, the original Captain Black and many supporting characters forCaptain Scarlet and the Mysterons. He was also a recurring cast member for the live-action seriesUFO. Other Gerry Anderson credits include Joe 90 and The Secret Service.
Jeremy had a live action lead role in 1965 in the fantasy TV series Undermind as Drew Heriot, a personnel manager inadvertently drawn into a sinister plot to control human minds and sow discord in society.
Later, Jeremy made a brief uncredited cameo as Captain Forsyth in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
Fans of Doctor Who will remember his performance as Kellman in the 1975 serial Revenge of the Cybermen and also his appearance as the Federation agent Dev Tarrant in the first episode ofBlake's 7, "The Way Back". Wilkin's other TV credits include Dixon of Dock Green, Man in a Suitcase,New Scotland Yard, Softly, Softly: Taskforce, The New Avengers, and Reilly, Ace of Spies.
Kelly Hunter played the Shadow Architect in the Doctor Who stories The Stolen Earth and The Magician's Apprentice.
Georgina Moon is an English television and film actress.
Peter Stenson played a Voord, an Ice Soldier and the Second judge in the Doctor Whostory The Keys of Marinus.
Stenson debuted in Doctor Who, after which he appeared on Taxi!, R3, Adam Adamant Lives!, Champion House, The Wednesday Play and Terry and June.
Her first television work came in October 1971 with a role in Coronation Street, playing Ray Langton's friend. Then came guest starring roles an episode of Play of the Month for the BBC in "Don Quixote" (1973) with Rex Harrison and for ITV's Sunday Night Theatre "Giants & Ogres" (1971). She was cast in numerous guest starring appearances in many television comedy series such as Happy Ever After (1976) with Terry Scott and June Whitfield, as well as My Honourable Mrs (1975) with Derek Nimmo for the BBC. She co-starred in an episode of the thriller You're on Your Own starring Denis Quilley, for the BBC.
She was in the first three series of Mind Your Language (1977–79) before commencing her stage roles in Happy Birthday (reuniting with Fraser Hines), and starring in a pantomime of Aladdin. Pascal left for the United States in 1982, where she acted in Hollywood with a two-year contract in The Young and the Restless, Gavillan, My Man Adam, Lightning,The White Stallion. She returned to England in 1987.
Simon Fisher-Becker played Dorium Maldovar in the Doctor Who storiesThe Pandorica Opens, A Good Man Goes to War, and The Wedding of River Song. He also played the Time Lord Science Minister Kavil in series 5 ofGallifrey stories Emancipation, Evolution and Arbitration.
With the Pet Shop Boys, she appeared in their musical Closer to Heaven in 2001 as well as guest singer for the song "Friendly Fire" on their 2006 live concert at the Mermaid Theatre. She also appeared alongside Ian McKellen and Roger Allam in the Old Vic's pantomime production of Aladdin in the 2005–06 Christmas season. She again starred with Ian McKellen in 2007 playing Goneril in Trevor Nunn's production of King Lear and as Arkadina in Chekhov's The Seagull with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon followed by a world tour throughout the year.They again performed the two plays in repertory at the New London Theatre on Drury Lane, opening in November 2007 and closing mid-January 2008.
In 2011, she guest-starred in the Doctor Who episodes A Good Man Goes to War and The Wedding of River Song (and 5 other episodes, sometimes uncredited) as Madame Kovarian. She also played alongside then Doctor Who star Karen Gillan in the television film We'll Take Manhattan as Diana Vreeland
Moya Brady played Bridget Sinclair in the Doctor Who story Love & Monsters.