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The Two Doctors

Meet the Stars of Time This Weekend!

The Stars of Time return to Weston-super-Mare’s Helicopter Museum this Sunday, bringing with it one Doctor and two companions!

The convention premiered in 2005 at the Winter Gardens in the Town Centre, but last year moved to the Helicopter Museum, with guests like Terry Malloy (Davros) and Deborah Watling (Victoria Waterfield) scrawling over photos in front of huge aircraft.

This year, it’s Jamie’s turn to sign autographs in front of the ‘metal beasties,’ as Frazer Hines will be appearing, alongside returning stars, Colin Baker (the Sixth Doctor) and Sarah Sutton (Nyssa).

Three stars of ‘Allo ‘Allo will also be at the event, including Kim Hartman (Private Helga Geerhart) and Sue Hodge, who played Mimi Labonq; Richard Gibson is best-known as Herr Otto Flick, but he also voiced Mitchell in Big Finish’s Flip-Flop.

Caroline Munro is also offering the chance for three winners to Fly With A Bond Girl over Weston-super-Mare in a Jetranger helicopter. She’s most famous for her role in The Spy Who Loved Me, but she also played Sentia in the audio adventure, Omega.

Meanwhile, there will also be a new Dalek show (The eXterminate Factor), dealers’ tables throughout and a professional Matt Smith lookalike keeping an eye on two of the most dangerous things in the universe: a sit-in Dalek and a fancy-dress competition…

There’s a pre-show party on Saturday (7pm- 11.30pm), but the main event starts on Sunday at 10am, with free parking for 3, 500 cars. Adults cost £10, and children £6.50, while more details can be found at the event’s website.


When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates (Kasterborous' Assistant Editor) pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.

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