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Signing - 30th January

 Signing Event - Saturday 30th Jamuary
between 10.00 am and 13.00 pm

Autographs are £10 each (buy 4 get a fifth free)
Photoshoots are £10 each (buy 4 get a fifth free)

Venue - Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, Barking, IG11 7NB
Tel: 020 8724 8710
We will be holding a photoshoot at this event. They will start with a group shot at 10am so arrive early to avoid missing out
PAUL ROBINSON - 'The Barman', The Bar Scene Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens
Room 115
Photo shoots are £10 each  -  Buy 4 get a fifth Free
10.10 am Terrence Hardiman
10.15 am Jeremy Wilkin
10.20 am Philip Bird
10.25 am Nigel Betts
10.30 am Ann Holloway
10.35 am Natalie Burt
10.40 am Star Wars - Paul Robinson and Phil Hodges
JEFF RAWLE Sadly, Jeff is  no longer able to attend this event
SIMON FISHER-BECKER -Sadly, Simon is no longer able to attend this event
Imbd click hereJeremy Wilkin  is an English-born Canadian actor, possibly best known for his contributions to the television productions of Gerry Anderson.
Jeremy Wilkin provided the voice of Virgil Tracy for the second series of Thunderbirds . In 1968 he provided the voice of Captain Ochre, the original Captain Black and many supporting characters forCaptain Scarlet and the Mysterons. He was also a recurring cast member for the live-action seriesUFO. Other Gerry Anderson credits include Joe 90 and The Secret Service.
Jeremy had a live action lead role in 1965 in the fantasy TV series Undermind as Drew Heriot, a personnel manager inadvertently drawn into a sinister plot to control human minds and sow discord in society.
Later, Jeremy made a brief uncredited cameo as Captain Forsyth in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
Fans of Doctor Who will remember his performance as Kellman in the 1975 serial Revenge of the Cybermen and also his appearance as the Federation agent Dev Tarrant in the first episode ofBlake's 7, "The Way Back". Wilkin's other TV credits include Dixon of Dock Green, Man in a Suitcase,New Scotland Yard, Softly, Softly: Taskforce, The New Avengers, and Reilly, Ace of Spies.
Nigel has appered in 3 Doctor Who storys  "Into The Dalek",  "The Caretaker" and Death in Heaven. He has also appeared in several other British television programmes such as Doctors, EastEnders, Holby City, Coronation Street, The Bill and the much acclaimed ITV series, Sharpe. He also played a singing bar tender an episode of the sitcom As Time Goes By and Steve Taylor's laconic neighbor in an episode of the sitcom Coupling. Betts has also numerous theatre credits including playing an assortment of roles For the Royal Shakespeare Company, including playing a variety of successful characters in the RSC's Gunpowder season. He is currently part of the cast for 'The 39 Steps', a British play adapted from the 1915 novel by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock. He is about to join the company, playing Arthur, in 'Warhorse' the National Theatre's award winning show in the West End.
Philip Bird appeared in the Power of Kroll as a Swampie Philip is an English actor who has appeared in several British shows such as Sapphire and Steel and Peter Birch in ITV soap opera Emmerdale in 2006. He has also appeared in BBC's Doctors, ITV's Heartbeat and Coronation Street. He also appeared in ITV sitcoms Tripper's Day and Slinger's Day. In 2014, he played the role of Allen Klein in Sunny Afternoon the musical.Philip as also recored for Big Finish.
Terrence Hardiman played Hawthorne in the Doctor Who television story The Beast Below. In audio, he has voiced Sitric Silkbeard in the Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio story The Book of Kells, Hepworth Stackhouse in The English Way of Death, Reverend Dobbs in The Broken Crown and Richard Pollard in The Fall of the House of Pollard.
Ann Holloway played Sergeant Mitchell in the Doctor Who story Earthshock.
Outside of Doctor Who, she is perhaps best known for playing Karen Glover in Father Dear Father.
‚ÄčNatalie Burt played Rachel Cutler in the Being Human episode Making History. Dr Sally Armstrong in 1, 2 & 3 of the Big Finish Dark Eyes series boxsets with Paul McGann
Phil Hodges is a British actor who appears in the 2015 film Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, as an X-Wing pilot.
Hodges is a Living Historian/ and sometime Movie Actor. His most notable film to date is the recent movie blockbuster hit STAR WARS Vll The Force Awakens in which he plays an X-Wing Pilot alongside actor Oscar Isaac. He has worked on several productions for both the U.K and U.S market including the WW2 movie FURY with Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf. Hodges passion of both History and Film were combined when he was spotted by the BBC and featured in their D-Day masterpiece D-DAY: The Last Heroes with Historian Dan Snow. He also featured in The Unseen Holocaust, a documentary commissioned by Steven Spielberg's USC Shoah Foundation. He was also the subject of a SKY TV documentary 'Weekend Warriors' which was released in the Spring of 2015 and features in the upcoming SKY Atlantic series THE TUNNEL with Game of Thrones actor Stephen Dillane When not doing his day job Hodges is either appearing at Sci-Fi Conventions or is writing articles and book reviews for War History Online, a Global online Military Magazine.
Signing information, Venue and Directions
Pre Order Service
If you are unable to attend the signing and would like your personal items
signed or a signed picture.
Please click on the pre orders below then we will post out your order to you early the following week.
Actors appear subject
to work commitments
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Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, Barking,
IG11 7NB Tel: 020 8724 8710
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