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   KEITH    BARRON
   DENNIS    CHINNERY
   MALCOLM    ROGERS
We are delighted to announce Keith Barron,  Dennis Chinnery and Malcom Rogers will be joining us on  Saturday 17th April at the Broadway Theatre Barking,  from 10.00am till 1.00pm followed by a short Q & A session - if time allows.
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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       KEITH BARRON
 DENNIS CHINNERY
       MALCOLM ROGERS
 
KEITH BARRON  -  played Captain Striker with Peter Davison in Enlightenment.
 -known to UK television viewers in the early 1960s as the easy-going Detective Sergeant Swift in the Granada TV series The Odd Man and its spin-off It's Cold Outside. His major breakthrough, however, was as Nigel Barton, an avatar of the writer Dennis Potter in his plays Stand Up, Nigel Barton and Vote, Vote, Vote for Nigel Barton in BBC1's The Wednesday Play anthology series (he later played a very similar character in Potter's Play For Today offering Only Make Believe (1973)). He made many one-off television appearances, from Redcap and Z Cars in the mid 60s, to Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), The New Avengers and The Professionals. He made two appearances in Upstairs, Downstairs as Australian Gregory Wilmot. In the 1980s he was a guest in the Doctor Who serial Enlightenment. He also did many voiceovers on British TV adverts. In 1989 he starred on television in a moving story of relationships in a new town in the Midlands entitled Take Me Home with Annette Crosby as his wife and Maggie O'Neill as his girl friend.On the big screen, he appeared in the David Puttnam film Melody (1971) as Mr Latimer. One of his best-loved and best-remembered roles was in the 1980s sitcom Duty Free. In the 1990s he co-starred in the sitcoms Haggard and All Night Long. In the 2000s he was a regular character on the ITV Sunday night drama Where the Heart Is.
Keith Barron has also appeared as himself as the guest celebrity in dictionary corner on several episodes of the Channel 4 words and numbers game Countdown.
He was the star on Bunn and Co., a radio show that was broadcast from March 2003 to April 2004 on BBC Radio 4
Keith 's performance in the BBC's Test the Nation IQ test show on 2 September 2006 gave him an IQ of 146.
In 2007 Kieth  Barron joined ITV1's Coronation Street as George Trench.   click here for imdb
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DENNIS CHINNERY  -   Dennis has appeared in 3 Doctor Who stories in "The Chase" he was Albert C. Richardson alongside William Hartnell, in the 4th Doctor story "Genesis of the Daleks" where he was Gharman and in 1984 with Colin Baker the 6th Doctor playing Professor Sylvest in "The Twin Dilemma". Click here for imdb
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MALCOLM ROGERS   -   Malcolm played Count Dracula in the Chase and a policeman in The Dalek's Master Plan. 
Inspired by the fictional character, the Dracula robot was created as part of the House of Horrors attraction of the Festival of Ghana in 1996.
Along with Frankenstein's Monster and the Grey Lady, it "haunted" the House. When Daleks in pursuit of the Doctor's TARDIS fired upon it, like Frankenstein's Monster, it attacked them.  
The android's manufacturers, Microsoft, would later answer inquiries that they had constructed overly dangerous hardware. click here for imdb
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PRE ORDER SERVICE - If you are unable to attend the signing and would like to order a signed picture.  You may place your order online or by telephone and we will post your pictures to you on the Thursday following. Prices on the day of the signing.  click here for pre order service
Autographs are charged at £10 each 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. 
VENUE   - 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 - 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. 
 WWW.TENTHPLANETEVENTS.CO.UK       OFFICE:   01438 - 718137

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