Thank you to everyone who joined us for
Corsham Sci-Fi Family Fun Day 2014 on 26th April 2014
we raised a brilliant £4954.60 for charity!
Come along and meet the Daleks and your favourite Sci-Fi characters
Join in with lots of activities for children of all ages including scrapstore, face paints and balloon making.
See the science that inspires the fiction with our real rocket science display
View the Sci-Fi exhibits and get your photo taken with a TARDIS or meet K9
Get autographs and photos with our special guests - due to be announced on our Facebook.
Come meet the Stars of Stars Wars and Doctor Who including Darth Vader himself - Dave Prowse!
Tickets are now on sale - please note that payment can only be taken in cash
- Tickets cost £4.00 for Adults, £3.00 for Children and under 4's go free
- Tickets can be pre-purchased from Automattic Comics and Toys
on Picwick Road in Corsham
Address: The Lower School Halls, The Corsham School, The Tynings, Corsham, SN13 9DF
Open from 10:30am until 4pm on Saturday 26th April
- Dave Prowse - who played Darth Vader in Star Wars
- John Morton – from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, he played Dak Ralter, Luke Skywalker’s gunner in the battle of hoth and also played Boba Fett in the famous scene “This deal is getting worse all the time!” with Dave Prowse as Darth Vader. He has also starred in Flash Gordon and Superman II, this is John's second ever UK signing.
- Virginia Hey - who has been in various films & TV shows including James Bond classic - Living Daylights, Mad Max 2, Farscape and Prisoner Cellblock H.
- Jon Davey – who has starred in numerous episodes of Doctor Who, Doctor Who Live and The Doctor Who Proms. His roles have included; Cybermen, Daleks, Ood, Jadoon, Hath, Heavenly Host, Vigil and Whispermen.
- Sarah Louise Madison – who has starred as a Weeping Angel in Doctor Who, The time of the Doctor, The Angels Take Manhattan to name but a couple of the episodes she has appeared in.
- Sean Knopp – who starred in the Doctor Who episode The Bells of St John.