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We are pleased to able to announce that
MICHAEL COCHRANE - MATTHEW WATERHOUSE - CHRIS WEBB - JONATHAN EVANS
will joining us on  Saturday 3rd July, 2010  
 
The signing will be from 10am till 1pm followed by a Q&A (time permitting)

 
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 MICHAEL COCHRANE
MATTHEW WATERHOUSE
CHRIS WEBB
JONATHAN EVANS
SIGNING
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MICHAEL COCHRANE   MICHAEL COCHRANE MICHAEL COCHRANE
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MATTHEW WATERHOUSE MATTHEW WATERHOUSE CHRIS WEBB CHRIS WEBB
       

 

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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 
JONATHAN EVANS JONATHAN EVANS  

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Jonathan has also appeared in 2 Doctor Who story's Kinda as Kinda Tribesman and Earthshock as Soldier Marshall. Other TV appearances include The Bill, The Goodies, Family Affair, Grange Hill etc.
 
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Michael's resume is an impressive one. He has starred in almost every long-running main stream British television show since the 1970s.

Versatile and balanced understated and elegant this actor has always been somewhat typecast as upper class business men or members of the British gentry. He has a menacing on-screen presence in villainous roles.

Michael remains a busy and sought-after actor both on stage and screen and indeed radio
Michael Cochrane is a British actor who specialises in playing upper class characters, sometimes with a suaveness that hides their villainy.
He has had many television and radio roles including Oliver Sterling in the Radio 4 soap opera The Archers, The Pallisers (1974), Wings (1977-78), The Citadel (1983), Goodbye Mr. Chips (1984), No Job for a Lady, and as Sir Henry Simmerson in the Sharpe series.
He has twice appeared in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, first as Charles Cranleigh in the serial "Black Orchid" (1982) and later as Redvers Fenn-Cooper in "Ghost Light" (1989). He was later associated with Doctor Who when he appeared in the 2006 Big Finish Productions audio drama "No Man's Land".
He featured in the ITV science fiction series The Uninvited. In 2008 he appeared in the soap opera Doctors as Daniel's solicitor and in 2009 in Margaret as MP Alan Clark. He appeared in the situation comedy "Perfect World" as the sex-obsessed marketing director.
Cochrane also starred in the 2002 film Offending Angels with Susannah Harker and Shaun Parkes.
 
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Matthew Waterhouse was a great fan of Doctor Who in his younger days. Adric was a companion of Tom Baker and Peter Davison's Doctors from 1980 to 1982. Matthew was the youngest male actor and youngest actor to play a companion (Sarah Sutton was the youngest female actor and 2nd youngest to play a companion), and had only appeared in one television drama prior to being appointed in the role. He played the schoolboy Briarley in the BBC2 adaptation of To Serve Them All My Days with John Duttine.
Matthew returned to the sphere of Doctor Who and took part in the audio commentaries for the DVD releases of Earthshock and The Visitation released in 2003 and 2004 respectively. He also provided commentary for The Keeper of Traken, released in 2007 as part of the New Beginnings box set. Though released separately, all commentaries were recorded in the same week, as noted by Matthew in his commentary for The Keeper of Traken. More recently, in late 2008, he made an audio commentary, jointly with Peter Davison, Janet Fielding and Sarah Sutton for the DVD releases of Four to Doomsday and Black Orchid.
 
  1. "Doctor Who" .... Adric / ... (44 episodes, 1980-1984)
        - The Caves of Androzani: Part 4 (1984) TV episode .... Adric
        - Time-Flight: Part 2 (1982) TV episode .... Apparition of Adric
        - Earthshock: Part 4 (1982) TV episode .... Adric
        - Earthshock: Part 3 (1982) TV episode .... Adric
        - Earthshock: Part 2 (1982) TV episode .... Adric
          (39 more)
  2. The Killing Edge (1984) .... Knife Man
  3. "To Serve Them All My Days" .... Briarley (2 episodes, 1980)
        - Part Two (1980) TV episode .... Briarley
        - Part One (1980) TV episode .... Briarley
 
Self:
  • 2000s
  • 1980s
  1. A New Body at Last (2007) (V) .... Himself
  2. Putting the Shock Into 'Earthshock' (2003) (V) .... Himself
  3. 'Doctor Who' Who's Who (1986) (TV) .... Himself
  4. "Children in Need" .... Himself (1 episode, 1985)
        - Episode dated 22 November 1985 (1985) TV episode .... Himself
Archive Footage:
  1. "Doctor Who Confidential"
        - The Eleventh Doctor (2009) TV episode (uncredited) .... Adric
  2. The Ties That Bind Us (2008) (V) .... Adric
  3. Mouth on Legs (2007) (V) .... Adric
  4. The Crowded TARDIS (2007) (V) .... Adric
  5. Directing Castrovalva (2007) (V) .... Adric
  6. Writing a Final Visitation (2004) (V) .... Adric
  7. 'Doctor Who': The Tom Baker Years (1991) (V) .... Adric
  8. "Doctor Who"
        - Resurrection of the Daleks: Part 2 (1984) TV episode (uncredited) .... Adric
 
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Chris was a Monoid in The Ark and a Guard in The Curse of Peladon
Chris has a long history in film and TV which included work on Blake's 7, The Spy who Love me where he was the stunt double for George Lazenby, Chris appeared in 7 more Bond Films Diamonds are Forever, Live and let Die, The Spy Who Love Me, For Your Eye's Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill, Tomorrow Never Dies Chris's other work includes  Batman, Aliens, Superman, Superman 2, Krull, The Curse of the Pink Panther, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Da Vinci Code, Lifeforce,  Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows and so much more.
   

 

NEW VENUE ... The Arc a fantastic new venue which mixes the classic old look with the new modern feel, more room for your comfort ...JUST 4 MINUTE FROM THE BROADWAY
The Malthouse, Barking
 The Malthouse in Barking is a newly refurbished warehouse set in the heart of an ambitious creative industry regeneration scheme for East London. Situated on the river Roding, the local environment is visually rich in the industrial heritage of the East London river basin and canal network. It has excellent transport links being near the A13 and A406 North Circular junction, and Barking Station (mainline rail and District and Hammersmith & City underground lines) and is a 15-minute walk from the town centre. Download Malthouse map and directions
 Arc Theatre First Floor, The Malthouse Studios, 62-76 Abbey Road, Barking, Essex IG11 7BT, 020 8594 1095
 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.
TRANSPORT FOR LONDON...To help you plan your visit by Car, Train or Underground  and would like to check on your route please click the link .  theTransport for London (TfL)
All actors appear subject to work commitments.  
WWW.TENTHPLANETEVENTS.CO.UK   -  OFFICE 01438 718137

 


 
 

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