Signing - 4th October
|Signing Event - Saturday 4th October -
between 10.00 am and 13.00 pm
Bonnie Langford attending 9:30am - 11:30am
Autographs are £10 each. Buy 4 and get a fifth free.
We are delighted to announce the following guest
Venue - Barking Learning Centre,
2 Town Square, Barking,
Tel: 020 8724 8710
|BARRIE INGHAM||ALEXANDRA TYNAN||BONNIE LANGFORD||JENNIE LINDEN|
|JILL CURZON||JULIAN SEAGER||RAY BROOKS|
|Barrie Ingham played Alydon in Dr. Who and the Daleks and Paris in the Doctor Who serial The Myth Makers.|
|ALEXANDRA TYNAN||Alexandra Tynan is a costume designer best known for her design of the Cybermen in the BBC Television series Doctor Who.
Tynan trained at Belfast College of Art and worked as a costume designer for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre before accepting a staff role at the BBC in 1964.
|BONNIE LANGFORD||Bonita Melody Lysette "Bonnie" Langford appeared as the Doctor's companion Mel, debuting in Terror of the Vervoids, one of the stories in The Trial of a Time Lord, and departing at the conclusion of Dragonfire. She has since reprised the role in several audio dramas for Big Finish Productions. She first achieved fame as a child actor, starring in the television series Just William and the film Bugsy Malone.|
|JILL CURZON||Jill Curzon played Louise in the movie Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D..|
|JENNIE LINDEN||Her earliest film appearances were as the heroine in Hammer Film's Nightmare (1964) and Barbara in Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965). Her most widely known film role was as Ursula in Women in Love (1969), for which she received a BAFTA nomination.
Wanting to raise her son in England, Linden decided not to pursue a career in Hollywood. She was considered for The Lion in Winter (1968) and The Go-Between(1970); the latter was for the lead role of Lady Marian Trimingham, for which Christie was later cast. She turned down the role of Amy in Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs(1971).
|JULIAN SEAGER||He has recently been cast in TV shows such as Poldark, Doc Martin, Cuckoo and Dr Who and receives leading roles in Independent movies.
In 2013 the movie 'She's Dead' won the award for Best English Film at The Dark Zone Horror Movie Convention in Germany. Julian played Mr Clean.
In 2014 the short film 'Grendel Toots' won the Audience Choice Award at the Two Short Nights Phoenix Film Festival. Julian played the title role of Grendel.
Julian has been weapon/fight trained by the BAA stuntman hall of famer Andreas Petrides, has fight coordination experience and has also just learned to ride horses to further help his film career.
|RAY BROOKS||Brooks returned to prominence with the BBC comedy drama Big Deal (1984–86), where he co-starred with Sharon Duce. After Big Deal ended, Duce and Brooks starred together, as different characters, in the popularGrowing Pains (1992) about a pair of middle-aged foster parents.
Brooks was also the narrator of the well known children's animations by David McKee: Mr Benn and King Rollo. In 1982 he played Detective Sergeant Brook in a BBC Radio 4 detective series. 'Death in a Lonely Place' was broadcast in ten episodes on BBC Radio4 Extra in September 2014, under the general heading Robert Barr Detective.
In 1987 the BBC chose Brooks as one of the principal character voices for the acclaimed French animated science fiction film Les Maitres du Temps which the BBC had co-produced in 1982.
|Signing information, Venue and Directions|
|Pre Order Service
If you are unable to attend the signing and would like your personal items
signed or a signed picture.
|Actors appear subject
to work commitments
Barking Learning Centre - Conference Centre
Location map click here
Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, Barking,
IG11 7NB Tel: 020 8724 8710