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Sci-Fi family day out.
Sci-fi By The Sea 3
Sunday 21st June, 11am – 5pm
Sci-Fi by the Sea is back for 2015!
Sci-fi props galore, Keaton’s rather cool Batmobile and Back to the Future Delorean, Mr Staypuft, live music, bar, a range of hot food, stalls, something for the little ones; cool sci-fi characters and superheroes, Elsa & Anna from Frozen, inflatables, Star Wars & Dr Who props for everyone to enjoy.
Plus our sci-fi celeb marquee will play host to more famous faces from the world of Sci-Fi.
Our guests from the world of Sci-Fi Movies & TV
Millions of viewers know him as “Doctor Who” in one of the best British sci-fi TV shows of all time and millions more have seen him playing the much loved character of Radagast the Brown in The Hobbit movies, to much acclaim.
We’re sure you’ll agree Sylvester is a fantastic guest to add to the day and he’s looking forward to meeting all his fans!
It’s a thrill that Sophie Aldred will once again be teaming up with Sylvester McCoy at Sci-Fi by the Sea 3.
Sophie played Sylvester McCoy’s assistant Ace in Doctor Who between 1988-9. A streetwise tomboy with a passion for pyrotechnics, Ace was arguably the first time a companion was given an emotional journey as the series developed. She has reprised the role many times since in various Big Finish audio stories.
In 1987, Andrew was hired as the script editor for Doctor Who. Andrew worked on the programme for the next two years. He brought in new writers and took the series in a new creative direction.
In 2014, he began writing comic strip stories for Doctor Who Adventures magazine, including stories for the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors.
We’re delighted to have Robert Llewellyn, aka Kryten from Red Dwarf attending Sci-Fi by the Sea 3.
Robert started working in television around 1986, started working on Red Dwarf in 1989 and hasn’t looked back, also co-presenting Scrapheap Challenge and the excellent web series Carpool.
Since the re-release of Star Wars in 1997, the phenomenal interest in the character of ‘Boba Fett’ has continued to grow and grow.
Paul Markham has been in the industry for a very long time, appearing in ‘ Superman ‘ II, III and IV, ‘ Supergirl ‘ , ‘Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade ‘ and Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’.
Paul has also worked on one of the most iconic films of all time which is Star Wars Episode VI – Return of the Jedi . He portrayed an Imperial Officer in the film.
Chris Bunn has worked in three James Bond films ( ‘The Spy Who Loved Me‘ , ‘Moonraker ‘ and ‘The Living Daylights‘ ) . Chris also worked in two Superman movies ( Superman I and II ) .
Chris was the original Stormtrooper in ‘Star Wars A New Hope‘ and also played an astronaut in the famous cantina scene in the same film . Chris also went on to work in the sequels ‘The Empire Strikes Back‘ and ‘Return of the Jedi‘ .
Look out for a special announcement from Trev and Simon as we get nearer to the day too!
Sci-fi fans of a certain age might know Richard as Officer Orrin in Gerry Anderson’s 90s tv series, Space Precinct. To mark the programme’s 20th anniversary, he’s written a book, Space Precinct – Unmasked,
detailing his experiences of working on the series, with contributions from cast members, candid photographs and missing scenes. You’ll be able to buy signed copies on the day too.
Cheryl played the part of Heather, in Eastenders in 385 episodes and in recent times she has played Mrs Lloyd in Doctor Who episodes ‘The Empty Child’ and ‘The Doctor Dances’. She’s appeared in other much loved TV Series such at IT Crowd, Little Britain and Allo Allo to name but a few.
Autographs £15/Selfies £5
HBO’s Game of Thrones has taken the TV world by storm, everybody knows someone who loves the show.
Pixie Le Knot (right) is an actress, dancer and one of the most flexible contornionists in the UK! Pixie played the part of Kayla in Game of thrones and has featured In various TV shows and commercials, using her body bending skills!
Ross is also an established Puppeteer and voice over artist having trained with Jim Hensons company many years ago
Guests appear subject to work and health commitments.
All guests charge for autographs..
Sci-Fi by the Sea 3, a great day out for all the family and an out of this world Father’s Day treat!
Advance tickets only cost £5 for children (under 16, under 4s free), £7 for adults or £20 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 children). SORRY, TICKETS WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE ON THE GATE.Buy Tickets
Tickets also available from Herne Bay Retailers
Please note: No dogs apart from guide/assistance dogs are allowed at the event.
No smoking on the premises.
There is NO public parking onsite at Sci-Fi by the Sea 3, please use the interactive map below to locate Car Parks in Herne Bay. We are also very close to the train station and bus routes.
You can find
Sci-Fi by the Sea 3 at
Herne Bay Junior School, Kings Road, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 5DA