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Guest of Honour for the day is Janet Fielding, who played Tegan Jovanka from 1981 to 1984 opposite the Fourth and Fifth Doctors.
The evening will be your chance to see the hit show I Need a Doctor – The Whoosical fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe. This show has been garnering rave reviews all over the country!
The more sharp eyed will have spotted that Timey Wimey 2 comes before Timey Wimey 1, as the Doctor says people assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… timey wimey… stuff.
Guest of Honour for the day will be Janet Fielding, who played Tegan Jovanka assistant to the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) and Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison). She’ll be choosing her favourite episode and answering your questions. There will be signings and photo opportunities too. This will be followed by The Big Doctor Who Quiz with our host Charlie Ross – Do you know your Autons from your Zarbi?
Come and test your knowledge on 50 years of Doctor Who! There are some amazing prizes for the winning team.
Brighton has been used on a number of occasions as a filming location for the cult TV show: The War Games, The Leisure Hive and Mindwarp have all been filmed in the area. Why not make a weekend of it and explore?
Emporium will be closed for the day apart from entry to this event and tickets are strictly limited.
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Would you care for a Jelly Baby?! The digital version of issue 5 of Space Monsters Magazine is OUT NOW! And this time there’s a twist! Not only are we proud to present the spectacular full colour edition of the magazine, we are now including links so that you can experience (where we can) everything that we’re talking out. We have also included links to ENTIRE movies! SM5 is crammed with more features than you can shake yer sonic screwdriver at! This time we have
* HIDING BEHIND THE SOFA – Pete Shorney looks at some of Doctor Who’s scariest stories
* TOP TEN EVIL BRAIN MOVIES – Nazi brains, transplanted brains and brains from outer space!
* THE CAROLINE MUNRO DIARIES – Britain’s first lady of fantasy recalls her involvement with the two doctors, Doctor Who and Dr Pepper!
* A FISTFUL OF MONSTERS – Did you know that Clint Eastwood’s career began in B-Movie monster flicks?
* MATANGO: FUNGUS OF TERROR – Retro review by Rick Gladman
* KIRK DOUGLAS’ TRIPTYCH OF TERROR – Holocaust 2000, The Fury and Saturn 3; Jonathan Dabell looks at the unholy B-Movie trinity of Hollywood star Kirk Douglas
* And much, much more!
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Watch out Emily Booth! The Daleks are about to invade the Horror Channel when the original classic series starts airing on Friday 18th April starting with the very first story An Unearthly Child. This is followed by a Who On Horror themed weekend featuring stories from each of the first seven Doctors and then the show will settle into regular daytime and evening slots every weekday. Check out horror host Emily Booth‘s blog featuring her exclusive interview with Fourth Doctor Tom Baker HERE!
Doctor Who star Tom Baker is just one of the guests at the London Film Memorabilia Convention on Saturday 29th March alongside Andrew Hayden-Smith (Doctor Who), Catherine Schell (Space:1999), Louise Jameson, Carole Ann Ford, Dave Prowse (Star Wars), Yvonne Monlaur, Sue Vanner,Jamie Glover, John Leeson, Prunella Scales, Julian Glover, Chris Barrie (Red Dwarf), Kai Owen (Torchwood), Angela Douglas, Michael Culver, Philip Voss, Virginia Hey (Farscape), Brian Murphy, Linda Regan, Nicholas Ball, Karen Dotrice, Terence Bayler, Diana Sowle, Paris Themmen (Star Trek: Voyager), Julie Dawn Cole and more to be announced!
This phenomenal Sci-Fi and Cult TV event takes place at Central Hall, Westminster, London from 10am – 5pm on Saturday 29th March and costs only £5 for admission (£4 students and concessions)! So if you’re a fan of Doctor Who, Space:1999, Red Dwarf, Torchwood, Star Trek Voyager, Farscape and Star Wars don’t miss this one-off convention full of memorabilia stands selling monster magazines, autographs, books, DVDs, film posters, soundtracks, toys and much, much more!
The episode of Space:1999 which sticks in people’s minds as the most frightening of all is Dragon’s Domain which tells of the Alphans encountering a hideous monster within an eerie graveyard of space-ships. The alien creature itself is a memorable creation of flailing tentacles, giant hypnotising eye and a gaping maw which sucks people in then spits them out almost instantly, leaving only an empty husk. The script by Christopher Penfold was originally called Web and was influenced by the spiders webs full of dead moths and flies he used to encounter on his rare visits to his home on the Welsh borders…..
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Space Monsters magazine would like to wish Barbara Bain a very happy 82nd birthday today! Barbara will always be our favourite Space Babe for her wonderful portrayal of blonde beauty Doctor Helena Russell on the classic Gerry Anderson television show Space:1999. Born September 13th 1931, Barbara had a successful career as a model before turning to acting where she achieved fame (and three Emmy Awards) for her performance as agent Cinnamon Carter in the hit spy series Mission: Impossible opposite her husband Martin Landau. The pair left the series at the height of its success and went on to co-star in Space:1999 which ran from 1975 – 1977 and was a smash-hit around the world. Bain has continued to have a successful career both on stage and screen and has also appeared at Space:1999 conventions over the years.
You can read much more about Space: 1999 in issue one of Space Monsters magazine which is on sale from various outlets across the UK and the United States or you can order direct from the publishers courtesy of the Classic Horror Campaign website.