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SIGNING SATURDAY 3RD APRIL 2010 - 10.00 am till 12.00 Noon
We are thrilled to annouce John Leeson, Nick Hobbs and Bob Baker have agreed to join us on Saturday 3rd April 2010.  The morning will consist of a signing session, an interview and Q & A plus a photo opportunity, you are welcome to bring your cameras along.
If you are unable to make the signing 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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The Voice of K9
Creator of K9
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John has appeared in many Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures episodes plus many others. Click here for Imdb
After leaving school, John Leeson worked in a bookshop, and then as a porter in the Leicester Royal Infirmary Hospital. He joined the Leicester Dramatic Society and ultimately applied for and won a place at RADA. On leaving the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he worked in repertory and pantomimes, including "Toad of Toad Hall," in which he met his future wife. His first work in television was as a walk-on in a BBC play, "The Wedding Feast." "The Spanish Farm" (1968), "Dad's Army" and numerous situation comedies followed. He played the original Bungle the bear in the children's series "Rainbow" (1972), set questions for "Mastermind" and did a lot of freelance voice work for the BBC. The part of K-9's voice came his way after he bumped into the director, with whom he had worked previously, in a pub. Since his time in "Doctor Who," John Leeson has continued to act and provide voiceover services for the BBC and many other companies. In 1995 he appeared in the "Doctor Who" spin-off video drama "Downtime," playing a disc jockey.
JOHN LEESON  The Voice of K9
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Nick Hobbs
The Ambassadors Of Death', played 'TECHNICIAN'
   'Terror Of The Autons', played 'AUTON'
   : 'The Mind Of Evil', played 'AMERICAN AIDE'
   ' The Mind Of Evil', played 'UNIT SOLDIER/STAFF'
   The Claws Of Axos', played 'DOUBLE FOR AXON MAN'
   The Claws Of Axos', played 'NUTON DRIVER'
   The Day Of The Daleks', played 'EXTRA AT PEACE CONFERENCE'
   The Curse Of Peladon', played 'AGGEDOR'
   The Time Monster', played 'EXTRA'
   The Time Monster', played 'GUARD'
   The Monster Of Peladon', played 'AGGEDOR'
   The Ark In Space', played 'WIRRN OPERATOR'
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Bob Baker  -    most famous contributions have been as the author of four scripts for the Wallace and Gromit films.
The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit and A Matter of Loaf and Death.
Bob Baker is also known for numerous scripts for the Doctor Who television series between 1971 and 1979 working on a total of 38 episodes.
For most of these, Bob collaborated with Dave Martin.
Bob and Dave's most notable contributions to the Doctor Who mythos were probably the robot computer K-9 (created for The Invisible Enemy) and the renegade Time Lord Omega (created for The Three Doctors, Doctor Who's tenth anniversary story).
K-9 Has appeared in K-9 and Company, Classic Who, New Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures, plus a new 26 episode animated series featuring K-9 for 2010.
Bob's other contributions to British television include scripts for episodes of Shoestring and Bergerac.
Autographs are charged at £10 each on the day of the signing, on a personal item or on a free photograph provided on the day.  Buy four autographs get a fifth free, e.g buy eight autographs get two free etc.
THE BROADWAY THEATRE, Barking, Essex, IG11 7LS Tel: 020 8591 9662   To help you plan your visit by Car, Train or Underground  click on our directions page 
If you want to see if there are any transport problems please go to theTransport for London (TfL)
 All actors appear subject to work commitments 
OFFICE 01438 718137

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