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Say Who-Ray! for Stockton-On-Tees This Weekend!

If your Saturdays are dragging with NuWho currently off our screens, you might want to turn that Helmic Regulator and head down to Stockton-On-Tees.

It’s The Greatest Show in the Galaxy / Who-Ray! Event this Saturday (26 April) and it promises displays of sci-fi related props and costumes, along with activities for children, face-painting and collectors’ stalls. As if that wasn’t enough to tickle your inner fan-boy / fan-girl / fan-multiform, the event is also free to enter, so there really is no excuse not to go, (unless you’re in, say, Australia, in which case your TARDIS might be short on Zyton…)


The event is being held in Wellington Square, Stockton-On-Tees, and is open from 10am until 3pm. The emphasis will be on Star Wars and Doctor Who, but there may be table space for other shows as well, so it’s probably worth a look whatever your SF preference!

You can find out more on their Facebook page, or check out their website.

Have fun!


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