Doctor Who star tops bill as ODP3 Autograph Show returns to Stevenage

PUBLISHED: 18:46 06 November 2017 | UPDATED: 18:55 06 November 2017

Doctor Who's Paul McGann. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events

Doctor Who's Paul McGann. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events

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Doctor Who’s Paul McGann tops the bill for an autograph show which returns to Stevenage next week, with other guests’ credits including James Bond, Star Wars and Game of Thrones.

Julian Glover, who plays Grand Maester Pycelle in Game of Thrones. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events Julian Glover, who plays Grand Maester Pycelle in Game of Thrones. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events

The ODP3 Autograph Show – a charity event in aid of animal conservation charity Our Disappearing Planet – takes place at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre from 10am to 5pm next Sunday, November 19.

As well as eighth Doctor Paul McGann, Julian Glover of Star Wars, Game of Thrones, and James Bond fame will be meeting fans as part of a line-up which also includes Michael Henbury (Harry Potter, Star Wars) and Richard Franklin (Doctor Who, Emmerdale Farm).

Michael Henbury, of Harry Potter fame. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events Michael Henbury, of Harry Potter fame. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events

There is also a hands-on animal road show, talks, the chance to have your picture taken with the TARDIS console and more.

Tickets start from £10 for adults and £7 for children, but under 7s go free. There is a cost for autographs but all proceeds go to charity.

Richard Franklin, best known for his role of Captain Mike Yates in Doctor Who. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events Richard Franklin, best known for his role of Captain Mike Yates in Doctor Who. Picture: Courtesy of 10th Planet Events

To book visit www.tenthplanetevents.co.uk.

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