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More Guests for MCM Birmingham Comic Con and Memorabilia Show

It’s the MCM Birmingham Comic Con and Memorabilia show this weekend and Britain’s biggest Collector’s event has managed to requisition a whole host of Doctor Who related guests.

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In addition to our previous updates, new guests have been added, including the Sixth Doctor Colin Baker, Vincent Van Gogh himself Tony Curran and Ian McNeice who KBO’d his way through Victory of the Daleks as Winston Churchill.

Also appearing at the event is a whole TARDIS full of Whoniverse related actors including Tony Osoba, who made two appearances in Destiny of the Daleks and Dragonfire respectively, Clare Clifford, who played Professor Kyle in Earthshock and Milton in the Torchwood story Fragments, Stuart Organ, who played Bazin in Dragonfire, Ozzie Yue, who played Forman in The Angels Take Manhattan and completing the Dragonfire reunion, Stephanie Fayerman.

Other guests confirmed as of writing include: Honor Blackman, Jamie Murray, and Gary Dourdan.

Tickets for MCM Birmingham Comic Con on 16-17 March are available at www.mcmcomiccon.com/birmingham – with free entrance for Birmingham Comic Con visitors and selected ‘Kids go Free’ tickets!



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