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Celebrity Signing - East London - 10th December 2016

Autographs will be available to
purchase at the event on the day of the show


 AUTOGRAPHS - Q & A - MERCHANDISE
PROFESSIONAL PHOTO STUDIO

FREE ADMISSION 
Doors open 10am

Venue
Barking Learning Center,
2 Town Square,
Barking
IG11 7NB

All Actors appear subject to work commitments
Show times: 10:00 - 13:00

Q & A - Session Free Admission everybody welcome (time permitting)
AUTOGRAPHS - Autographs are £10 each (Buy 4 get a fifth free)
Professional Photo Studio
- Have your photo taken with the stars! - £10 each
Star Wars Group Shot with Laurie Goode, Scott Stevenson & Kevin Hudson

Guests
 
Bonnie Langford

Bonita Melody Lysette Langford was born on 22 July 1964 in Hampton Court, Surrey. By the age of six she had won Hughie Green's Opportunity Knocks (1956) television talent contest and gained membership of Equity. Later she trained at the Arts Educational and Italia Conti stage schools in London. By her early teens she had starred on New York's Broadway ("Gypsy"), on London's West End ("Gone With the Wind") and in television shows (including the Bonnie and Lena (Lena Zavaroni) variety spectaculars). Her biggest success of the mid-1970's came when she played "Elizabeth Bott" in 7 of the 27 episodes of the children's drama series Just William (1976). It was this that helped fix her in the minds of the British public as a precocious child star - an image she found it hard to shed in later years, despite amassing an impressive list of credits as a dancer, singer and actress on stage: "Peter Pan: The Musical"; "Cats" and "The Pirates of Penzance", and on television: Saturday Starship and The Hot Shoe Show (1983). Shorly after her stint as "Mel" in Doctor Who (1963), this typecasting brought about an emotional crisis that caused her to take almost a year's break form her career. By the close of the 1980's she had recovered her health and resumed a hectic schedule of work, which has continued to date.
Arabella Weir

Arabella Weir was born on December 6, 1957 in San Francisco, California, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981), The Fast Show (1994) and The Fast Show Live (1998). She is married to Dr Jeremy Norton. They have two children.
Laurie Goode

Laurie Goode was born in Windsor not long after WW2. His parents came from Hackney, East London, but moved out of the area during the Blitz; having been made homeless twice.
Michelle Morris

Michelle Morris is an actress, known for Reform School Girl (1994), The Colour of Justice (1999), The Knock (1994), Endeavour (2013) and Doctor Who (2014).

Robert Goodman
  • Nightmare of Eden - Mandrel
  • Full Circle - Citizen
  • Arc of Infinity - Gallifreyan
  • Enlightenment - Party Guest
  • Frontios - Colonist (DWM 220)
  • Resurrection of the Daleks - Crew-Member
  • Terror of the Vervoids - Loader/Hyperion III Officer
  • Trial of a TimeLord story Mindwarp
Scott Stevenson

Scott Stevenson is an actor, known for The Imitation Game (2014), Les Misérables (2012) and The Zombie King (2013). He has been married to Nikki Stevenson since June 9, 2007. They have two children.

 
Kevin Hudson

As a boy, Kevin was mesmerized by the magic of film and television so is delighted to have forged a career in the industry, working on over 100 films to date. Having started work in cabaret bars, he then had a line on Casualty in 1993 and since then has appeared in many of British television's best known shows.

Career highlights include being a Cyberman in Doctor Who, playing football at Wembley (Film: Mike Bassett England Manager) and being directed by Steven Spielberg (Film: Warhorse).