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Hub 4

Our current guests include: Eve Myles "Gwen Cooper", Naoko Mori "Toshiko Sato", Kai Owen "Rhys Williams", Tom Price "PC Andy", Susan Brown "Bridget Spears", Ian Gelder "Mr. Dekker", Cush Jumbo "Lois Habiba", Anthony Lewis "Tommy", Colin Teague Director, and Ian Hilditch - "Weevil" & John's Body Double.
All guests appear subject to work commitments.
If you are unable to make the show 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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EVE MYLES portrays the character "Gwen Cooper", a police-woman who witnesses Captain Jack at work, after investigation she discovers that he and his team are Torchwood - alien hunters. Despite her memories being wiped Gwen is lead back to Torchwood, & she joins the team. After Jack leaves, Gwen becomes the leader of Torchwood at the beginning of season two. Gwen's tumultous relationship with Jack and secrets of Torchwood lead her into an affair with Owen; but she later marries her long-term partner Rhys.

Eve also appeared in "Doctor Who" in 2005, playing 'Gwyneth' in "The Unquiet Dead" - and then later crosses over with her fellow Torchwood team for the 2008 season finale where the Doctor notes a remarkable connection between the two. Eve Myles has also appeared in the BBC Wales drama "Belonging", and done a guest appearance on the 2008 BBC series "Merlin." 

Fore more information on Eve Myles, click here to view her imdb profile.
Naoko Mori    first appeared as scientist "Toshiko Sato" in "Aliens of London," an episode of the revived "Dr. Who" series, before being asked to reprise the part as a regular in the spin-off show "Torchwood." Prior to defending the Earth, Naoko was probably best known for her recurring part as Saffy's best friend Sarah in "Absolutely Fabulous," and she has guested in a string of series including "Manchild", "Casualty", "Spooks", "Judge John Deed" and "Mile High".

Fore more information on Naoko Mori,
click here to view her imdb profile.
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KIA OWEN  A recurring guest on the series, Kai plays "Rhys Williams" the onscreen boyfriend to Gwen Cooper - unaware of her alliance or involvement with Torchwood in the beginning, he later discovered the truth after stumbling into one of their cases. During the series he proposed to Gwen, and they later married.

Owen has also appeared in the BBC television series, "Rocket Man" playing David 'Shiner' Owen. As well as doing guest appearances on "Casualty" and "Fun at the Funeral Parlour". We will be welcoming Kai Owen along to this event, as our Master of Ceremonies alongside our other MC Paul Jones.

Fore more information on Kai Owen,
click here to view his imdb profile.
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TOM PRICE   is a recurring guest star to the series, playing "PC Andy" - Gwen's former partner in the police. After Gwen leaves he believe she working in "Special Ops" and meets with her again, slightly jealous of her position when he discovers she is dealing with 'out of the ordinary' cases. Later PC Andy also admits to having a slight crush on Gwen, and is jealous of her partner Rhys.

Tom Price has also appeared on skecth show "Swinging" and will be appearing in the upcoming BBC sketch series "The Wrong Door". Price also appeared in the TV movie "The Scum Also Rises" alongside Red Dwarf's Chris Barrie.

Fore more information on Tom Price,
click here to view his imdb profile.
SUSAN BROWN..... Susan’s TV appearances include Bridget Spears in the 1909 5 part Torchwood “Children of Earth”. Other TV shows includes Prime Suspect, A Touch of Frost, Taggart as Jan Dickson, Dalziel & Pascoe Susan’s career has lasted over 40 years.
Susan has appeared in numerous theatre productions including: Making Out, The Riff Raff Element, September Song, The Best of Both Worlds, Brides in the Bath, Coronation Street, Eastenders, The Bill, Casualty, Holby City, Wire in the Blood, The Vice, and Rose and MaloneyThe Wild Duck (Donmar Warehouse), Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Playing with Fire, Cardiff East and The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other (National Theatre), Easter, Romeo and Juliet, Richard III and Bad Weather (RSC), Road, Shirley, Downfall, Gibraltar Straight and Seagulls (Royal Court), Butterfly Kiss (Almeida), The House of Bernarda Alba and The Chairs (Gate Theatre), You Be Ted and I'll Be Sylvia (Hampstead), Playing Sinatra (Croydon Warehouse and Greenwich Theatre), The Beaux' Stratagem, Back to Methuselah, The Vortex, The Way of the World and A Woman of No Importance (Cambridge Theatre Company), Twelfth Night (English Touring Theatre), Small Change and Iphigenia (Sheffield Crucible).
Ian Gelder portrayed Mr. Dekker in Torchwood: Children of Earth.
His Theatre credits include: The Sound Of Music (Palladium); Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, The Merchant Of Venice, The Taming Of The Shrew, Richard III and Twelfth Night (Liverpool Playhouse), Anna Kerenina; The Front Page (Donmar Warehouse); Huckleberry Finn (Greenwich Theatre); Elizabeth II (Gate Theatre);
Ian's film credits include: Pope Joan, The Emissary, Jinnah, Johnny Loves Suzy, A Passion In The Desert, King Ralph, The Fool and Little Dorritt.

Other Television credits include: Silent Witness, Torchwood, Robin Hood, Holby City, Fallen Angel, The Commander, My Dad's The Prime Minister, Casualty, Hawkins, The Bill, McCallum, Kavanagh QC, Absolutely Fabulous, Bugs, Chandler And Co, The Day Today, Skallagrigg, The Bill, Blackeyes, Poirot, Ruth Rendell - Insp Wexford, Van Der Valk, London's Burning, I Thought You'd Gone and Rumpole Returns.
Cush Jumbo's theatre credits include Brixton Stories at The Lyric, Hammersmith, Liquid Gold at the Almeida and Love's Labour's Lost at Shakespeare's Globe. She has also appeared in productions of The Cherry Orchard, The Crucible, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Richard III and As You Like It.

Cush co-wrote the musical Rebels and Retail, a shortlisted entrant in the Perfect Pitch West End Showcase 2008.
On television she has appeared in My Family, Harley Street, as receptionist Hannah Fellows, and in all five episodes of Torchwood: Children of Earth, as Lois Habiba.
 Ian Hilditch is John Barrowman's body double, and has also been a 'unit soldier' and an 'alien' in "Torchwood", as well as appearing in "Dr. Who" as an alien too.
 Anthony Lewis guest starred in the Torchwood season two episode "To The Last Man", playing "Tommy" - a man whom the Torchwood team have wakened each year since 1918 from his cryogenic sleep. Tommy is supposed to help the team but they have no idea what with, or what year it will be! Lewis' other roles have included over a hundred episodes of the UK soap "Emmerdale" playing 'Marc Reynolds' as well as guest spots on "Dalziel & Pascoe", "Doctors" and "Holby City".

Fore more information on Anthony Lewis, click here to view his imdb profile.
 Colin Teague has directed four episodes of "Torchwood"; as well as three of "Doctor Who" and one "Sarah-Jane Adventures" episode. His other work includes five episodes of popular UK TV series "Being Human" and the films "Spivs" (2004) and "The Last Drop" (2005).
The Hub 4
The Hub 4 planned for 2010, to celebrate the hit UK television series. The event will be held from Friday 9th - Sunday 11th of April 2010. This unofficial convention aims to bring together fans of the series from across the country to meet some the show's stars and enjoy various events over the weekend. There will be activities each day from guest talks and photograph sessions to quizzes and late night parties.
Event Programmes Available
The programmes available to buy are, please see below to order:
Standard Adult Programme at £78
Child Programme at £29*
Silver Programme at £135 - Limited to 150!
Gold Programme at £195 - Limited to 150!

* For ages 10 and under only. These tickets are designed for younger children accompanying an adult already attending. This programme does not include any guest autographs.
Please note that all event programme prices listed above do not include a postage and packaging fee. For more information on what each programme includes, go to the ticket selection below.
 This hotel is situated in the town centre of Northampton, and looks like it's going to be a great venue for this event. There is a 'Horns Bar & Restaurant' in the hotel as well as a health club, and high-speed internet access in every room. We have negotiated room rates with the hotel and these are as follows:
They have single, double and twin rooms. All rooms are £65 per room per night To book please call the hotel on 01604 739988 and mention that you are attending "The Hub". The hotel requires a credit/debit card for the booking.
Please be aware there are only 145 rooms available at The Park Inn so early booking is advised.

Car parking is complementary to those staying in 'The Park Inn' hotel, there are approximately 120 parking spaces.
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For further information on the hotel, why not visit 'The Park Inn, Northampton' website, here

Silver Street
T: +44 (0)1604 739988
F: +44 (0)1604 230614
  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.