Mega Guest Update: It's our great pleasure to welcome back Louise Jameson. Louise played 4th Doctor companion Leela, and had major roles in Tenko, Bergerac and Eastenders. Louise will be attending on the Sunday only.
The monsters are coming! We're delighted to welcome three new series faces behind the masks: Sarah Louise Madison has played Weeping Angels in four episodes, and appeared as a Time Zombie in 2013's Journey To the Centre of the TARDIS. Matt Doman has appeared in five episodes, playing a Whisper Man (Name of the Doctor), The Vigil (Rings of Akhaten), Sandman (Sleep No More), Dalek and Roman Soldier. Jon Davey has been appearing since 2006 and has over 30 episodes to his credit, playing Cybermen, Ood, Hath, Judoon, Winder, Dalek, UNIT Soldier and Clockwork Droid amongst others. He's also appeared in three epsodes of the Sarah Jane Adventures. It's also our pleasure to welcome Sean Knopp. Sean played Paul in 2013's The Bells of Saint John, and also had roles in the acclaimed USA miniseries The Bible, and 24: Live Another Day. See our full guest line-up here
Event Update: We'll be joined by Doctor Who Legacy who'll be talking about their game. Other dealers at Regenerations will include The Who Shop and Geeks Freaks & Autographs.
Guest Update: It's our great pleasure to welcome Peter Miles to Regenerations. Peter has three Who roles to his credit, most memorably as Nyder in Genesis of the Daleks, plus Invasion of the Dinosaurs and The Silurians.
Guest Update: It wouldn't be Regenerations without a Lethbridge-Stewart! We're delighted to welcome Jemma Redgrave, who's been playing the recurring role of the Brigadier's daughter, Kate, since 2013's The Power of Three. Please note, due to prior commitments Jemma will be appearing on Saturday only.
Guest Update: It's our great pleasure to welcome our latest guests, David Warner and Lisa Bowerman. David has played an alternative Doctor for Big Finish, and appeared as Professor Grisenko in 2013's Cold War. He has many film and tv credits, including Star Trek, Titanic, Time Bandits, The Omen and Twin Peaks. Lisa played Karra in Survival, and Bernice Summerfield for the Big Finish audio plays, where she has just teamed up with David for a series of stories set in the Unbound Universe. David and Lisa are sponsored guests, courtesy of Big Finish.
Guest Update: We're delighted to welcome our latest guest, Clare Higgins. Clare has portrayed Ohila, High Priestess of the Sisterhood of Karn since 2013's Night of the Doctor, and her film/tv credits include Hellraiser, The Golden Compass, Silent Witness and Being Human.
Guest Update: Tremble in fear (or run up the nearest staircase) as we welcome Skaro Ambassador Dalek Doris. Doris will be exterminating, sorry, entertaining attendees, along with K-9.
Guest Update: Time for a New Series guest, please welcome Jamie Hill, who's portrayed The Foretold in Mummy on the Orient Express, and The Silence.
Guest Update: It's our great pleasure to welcome a Regenerations first-timer, Jacqueline Pearce. Jacqueline is of course well known for her role as Servalan in Blake's 7, as well as playing Chessene in The Two Doctors, and Miss Pendragon in the Russell T Davies series Dark Season. See our full guest line-up here
Guest Update: We're delighted to announce four new guests. Joining Anneke Wills in a reunion of the Troughton Companions will be Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury and Deborah Watling. We'll also be joined by Horror of Fang Rock actor Annette Wollett (Adelaide Lestrange).
Event update: Joining us as interviewer is Ryan Hendrick, creator of the Doctor Who fan film Besieged.
Guest Update: We're delighted to announce our latest guest, Philip Bond. Philip played Thal Ganatus in The Daleks. We also have two guests from behind the scenes. Clive Doig was the Vision Mixer at the very beginning, working on An Unearthly Child, The Daleks and several other Hartnell era stories. Roger Bunce was a Camera Operator whose many credits span the entire Classic Who era, from The Massacre, through Evil of the Dalek and Pyramids of Mars to Paradise Towers. Regrettably, Keith Temple is now unable to attend.