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Frazer Hines and Deborah Watling at the Doctor Who Missing Episodes event

Frazer Hines Heads To The Dawn of Time

Will a certain companion of the Second Doctor’s soon be making an appearance at a Doctor Who-themed coffee shop? Aye, aye, and aye! Frazer Hines, who played young Scottish piper (not the Billie kind) Jamie McCrimmon in the late 1960s, will be greeting fans at The Dawn of Time, a comic book and coffee shop.

Mr. Hines will be appearing at noon this Saturday, March 22nd. The Dawn of Time is located on Lowestoft’s High Street and should be visited by fans, friends, and non-threatening foes. The shop opened last November and is decorated in what could be described as a Doctor Who desktop theme, with Time Lordy pictures on the walls and TARDISes of all shapes and sizes.

The delightful Sophie “Ace” Aldred, companion to the Seventh Doctor, previously mingled with fans at The Dawn of Time in January. So, if you’ve ever wanted to have a coffee with a Doctor Who star, it sounds like a trip to Lowestoft should be on your calendar!

Just be careful not to spill your coffee, though, especially if you’re wearing a Clan McCrimmon-inspired kilt!

(Via Eastern Daily Press)


Drew has been a fan of Doctor Who ever since he flipped through the channels late one night and saw a girl blowing up an army of funny robot men with nothing but a slingshot and some old coins. He currently lives somewhere in the woods of Missouri with his beautiful wife Barbara.

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