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Signing Event Saturday 24th March 2012

Celebrity Signing Event
Saturday 24th March 2012
Ronald Pickup
 Jacqueline Pearce Dr Who, Hammer Horror & Blake's 7
Bernard Holley Tomb of the Cybermen & Claws of Axos
Eric Saward, Clive Doig & Andrew Cartmel

have agreed to join us at our signing
on the Saturday 24th March 2012 between 10.00am and 1.00 pm
at the Barking Learning Library 
Please note:Miranda Borman is no longer able to attend
Question and Answer session
(time permitting)
Merchandise Pre Orders Taken

Nick and Natasha

will be attending our signing on the 24th March

plays SERVALAN in Blake's 7
the Supreme Commander who takes over the Presidency of the Terran Federation. Ambitious and ruthless, she loves power and, naturally, misuses it. She is prepared to take any steps necessary to get her own way. After being deposed, she reemerges as "Commissioner Sleer" of the Security Forces to start a climb back to power.

His television work began with an episode during the second series of Doctor Who in 1964, for which he was paid £30. Pickup worked with Laurence Olivier at the Royal National Theatre, most notably in Three Sisters and Long Day's Journey Into Night. In 1973, he starred in the BBC drama series The Dragon's Opponent, playing a World War II bomb disposal expert and also appeared in The Day of the Jackal. Pickup played Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury in the 1979 BBC & Time-Life film of Shakespeare's Henry VIII. He played Lt. Harford in Zulu Dawn in 1979, portrayed Igor Stravinsky in Nijinsky in 1980, Prince John in Ivanhoe in 1982, and in 1983 he appeared opposite Penelope Keith in Moving and as Friedrich Nietzsche in Wagner, in 1988 in the BBC miniseries The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe as the voice of Aslan, and in 1990 he starred in the short lived sit-com, Not with a Bang. More modern roles have included parts in Hornblower, Hustle, Foyle's War, Midsomer Murders, Waking the Dead, The Bill, Silent Witness, Sherlock Holmes, and Inspector Morse. In 2004, he appeared in the movie Secret Passage alongside John Turturro. Pickup played a regular part in the BBC sitcom The Worst Week of My Life. His most recent appearance was in Holby City as Lord Charles Byrne.


Bernard Holley is an instantly recognizable English actor who has worked consistently in television and theatre for more than 40 years.

His television appearances include Z-Cars (for 4 years) Doctor Who, Elizabeth R, Now and Then, Birds of a Feather (two series), Carry on Laughing, Ahead of the Class, The Gentle Touch (two series), A Touch of Frost, Casualty, The Bill and recent roles in Holby City and Doctors.
Bernard’s Doctor Who appearance are Tomb of the Cybermen & Claws of Axos

Eric Saward worked as a writer and, later, script Editor, for Doctor Who during the 1980s.Eric had a particular fondness for the Cybermen. He was known for writing stories that have good action throughout them and stories that connect the Doctor to important events in Earth's history.
The stories Eric wrote are: The Visitation, Earthshock, Resurrection of the Daleks & Revelation of the Daleks. He also wrote the radio play Slipback.
He served as script Editor from Time-Flight to the penultimate episode of Season 23 (The Ultimate Foe episode 1)
Eric also wrote several Target novelisations, mostly based upon stories he wrote or contributed to. His novelisations were: Doctor Who and the Visitation, The Twin Dilemma, Slipback & Attack of the Cybermen
Clive Doig worked on 20 Doctor Who story's
Pilot, An Uneartly Child, The Daleks, The Edge of Destruction, Marco Polo, The Keys of Marinus, The Aztecs, The Sensorites 1, 5-6, The Reign of Terror, Planet of Giants 2-3 (original), The Dalek Invasion of Earth 6, The Rescue, The Romans, The Web Planet, The Space Museum, The Chase 1-4 & 6, Galaxy 4, Power of the Daleks 1-5, The Faceless Ones, Fury from the Deep 2-6 and The Wheel in Space 1 & 6.
In late 1986, when he was in his late twenties, Andrew was hired as the script editor for the twenty-fourth season of the iconic science-fiction programme Doctor Who, having been recommended to the producer John Nathan-Turner by the producer's agent, who had seen some unproduced scripts Cartmel had written. Andrew worked on the programme for the next three years, overseeing the final three seasons of its original run on BBC One. He brought in several young, new writers and despite declining ratings, tried to take the series in a new creative direction.

Signing information, Venue and Directions 

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 get two FREE 

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
Barking Learning Centre
Location map click here
Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, Barking,
IG11 7NB  Tel: 020 8724 8710
Maps and
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