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Louise Jameson starred as Leela in Doctor Who, 1977-1978

Louise Jameson at Whovention!

Taking place 22 – 24 February, Whovention – Australia’s very own dedicated Doctor Who convention featuring appearances by Louise Jameson, Camille Coduri and Dudley Simpson.

Louise Jameson starred as Leela in Doctor Who, 1977-1978

Whovention, takes place at the Bankstown Sports Club and is organised by the Doctor Who Club of Australia. It promises a weekend filled with fun activities such as a Cosplay competition, Charity auction, Classic v.s. New Series Debate, Raffle and much more…

Tickets are on sale now and include amongst the various packages available, entrance to Louise Jameson’s one woman show For Women’s Eyes – where she looks back over her career on stage and TV, from Shakespeare to EastEnders – and Rob Lloyd’s Who, Me? – a hit Who-themed comedy show where Rob investigates whether Doctor Who is guilty of inciting a debilitating obsession, or whether it shaped him into a well-rounded, mentally-sound person (and we all know the answer to that, right?).

Included in the Gold Ticket package are two autographs from each guest per paid ticket. Additional autographs can be purchased for $20 each.

For more information on the various packages and events on offer,
head over to the Whovention site.

(Thanks to Dallas)



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