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Signing Event - Saturday 8th June - between 10.00 am and 13.00 pm
FREE ENTRY 
Autographs are £10 each. Buy 4 and get a fifth free.
We are delighted to announce our first guests

Sadly Derek Ware is no longer able to join us on Saturday
we hope to announce a new date soon.
CELIA IMRIE PIK-SEN LIM DEREK MARTIN CRAWFORD
LOGAN
MARINA
MARTIN
MARY HEALEY ROY 
SCAMMELL
RICHARD 
FRANKLIN
BERNARD 
PADDEN
TERENCE
WILTON
The artist Jeff Cummins will be selling his artwork at this event.
Click the link to view his website
BIOGRAPHY
CELIA IMRIE 

Celia's varied career spans films, television and radio drama, and the theatre. Her film credits include Nanny McPheeHilary and Jackie (playing Iris du PrĂ©) and the 1997 film of The Borrowers where she played Homily Clock. Other films include Bridget Jones's DiaryCalendar GirlsHighlander and, as Fighter Pilot Bravo 5, in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. In 2004, Imrie played Doctor Imogen Reed in the schoolgirl thriller, Out of Bounds. She appeared in St Trinian's in 2007 as the Matron, alongside Stephen Fry, Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Russell Brand and Mischa Barton.

Television series to feature Imrie include The Nightmare ManBergeracOranges Are Not the Only FruitAbsolutely FabulousThe Darling Buds of May and Upstairs, Downstairs. In the 2000 miniseries of Gormenghast, she played Lady Gertrude. She also had a guest appearance in an episode of the BBC Scotland sitcom Still Game in 2003, where she played a home help called Mrs Begg. She also appeared in the 2005 BBC television drama Mr. Harvey Lights a Candle, playing the part of a teacher taking an unruly party of pupils on a daytrip to Salisbury Cathedral. She starred in the BBC sitcom, After You've Gone, alongside Nicholas Lyndhurst and in the ITV1 drama Kingdom, with Stephen Fry. Her part in After You've Gone has, whilst being critically acclaimed, been described as "criminally squandered". In 2013 she guest starred in the hit BBC series Doctor Who where she played the villainous Miss Kiszlet in the series openerThe Bells of Saint John

In 2005, she received very positive reviews for her US stage debut in Unsuspecting Susan. In 2009, Imrie appeared in Plague Over England on the West End, a play about John Gielgud, and received positive reviews for her performance Charles Spencer of The Daily Telegraph calling her performance "delicious" and "touchingly sympathetic". In the same year, she appeared in the world premiere of Robin Soans' Mixed Up North, directed by Max Stafford-Clark. In 2010, she appeared alongside Robin Soans in a production of Sheridan's The Rivals. She has appeared with Martin Clunes twice, first in the 2002 John George Haigh biopic A Is For Acid and later in the successful ITV series Doc Martin.

DEREK MARTIN second actor to take on the role of R. D. Wingfield's fictional Detective Inspector Jack Frost, starring in a BBC radio adaptation of A Touch of Frost. In 1984 he appeared in an episode of Minder, season 5. He then starred in Eldorado as Alex Morris. He has also made guest appearances in many television programmes including Doctor Who appearing in The Ambassadors of Death as an uncredited heavy, The Claws of Axos as an uncredited UNIT soldier and Image of the Fendahl as policeman David Mitchell.
RICHARD 
FRANKLIN
Richard Franklin portrayed Captain Mike Yates on Doctor Who from Terror of the Autons to Planet of the Spiders. He reprised the role for the twentieth-anniversary special The Five Doctors and the thirtieth-anniversary adventure Dimensions in Time. Franklin also wrote The Killing Stone, a spin-off novel featuring Mike Yates and released as a BBV audio book.
ROY 
SCAMMELL
Roy Scammell appeared in two Doctor Who stories: as a technician in The Ambassadors of Death and an RSF Sentry in Inferno. He was also the stunt arranger for the Doctor Who story Delta and the Bannermen.
PIK-SEN LIM Pik-Sen Lim is a Chinese-British actress who has appeared on British television since the 1950s. She is best known for playing the character of Su-Lee, the Chinese Communist student in the British sitcom Mind Your Language (1977–79).
BERNARD 
PADDEN
Bernard Padden played Tylos in the Doctor Who story Full Circle. He was among those interviewed for the documentary All Aboard the Starliner included in the serial's DVD release.
TERENCE
WILTON
Terence Wilton played Mark in the Doctor Who story Invasion of the Dinosaurs 
MARY HEALEY Mary Healey played the Killjoy in Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol
MARINA
MARTIN
Marina Martin  played Drahvin One in the Doctor Who story Galaxy 4.
CRAWFORD
LOGAN
Crawford Logan played Deedrix in the Doctor Who story Meglos.

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