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David Collings Private Signing 181012

David Collings
We are pleased to be able to announce a private signing with David Collings

David will happily sign your personal items and/or photographs.

If you would like a 10" x 8" photo (that we will provide) signed then please click the "Autograph" product below.

If you have personal items that you would like signed then click the "Personal Items" product below.
You can send us your CD/DVD covers, Pictures, Books and Posters etc...

When placing your order remember to choose an appropriate delivery option as this is the method we will use to return your items to you.

Private Signings will close on the date shown below. Once we have received everyones items we will take them to be signed. Once signed we will return them to you swiftly. Please be patient in waiting for your order as this process can take time.
Thank you

All items must be with us by: 12th October 2018

Please send personal items to the following address after placing your order:
10th Planet Events Limited
4 Willowtree Farm Cottages
Main Road
Deeping St Nicholas
PE11 3BN

Mini Biography

David Collings was born on June 4, 1940 in Brighton, East Sussex, England.
He is an actor, known for Scrooge (1970), Monkey (1978) and Doctor Who (1963).

He has two roles in common with both David Warner and Richard E. Grant. All three have played Bob Cratchit - Collings in Scrooge (1970), Warner in A Christmas Carol (1984) and Grant in A Christmas Carol (1999) - and the Doctor from Doctor Who (1963) - Collings in the Big Finish audio drama "Full Fathom Five", Warner in the Big Finish audio dramas "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Masters of War" and Grant in Comic Relief: Doctor Who - The Curse of Fatal Death (1999) and Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka (2003).

He appeared in the final episodes of two 1970s/1980s cult classic science fiction series: Blake's 7 (1978) and Sapphire & Steel (1979).

On the DVD commentary for the serial Doctor Who: The Robots of Death: Part One (1977), Tom Baker spoke of his admiration for David Collings and compared him favourably to Denholm Elliott, with whom  TomBaker had worked on The Vault of Horror (1973).