Sci-Fi Scarborough 2017 Adds Another STAR WARS Actor

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 06 January 2017

Event News

Sci-Fi Scarborough has announced another great Star Wars name for the 2017 show that takes place in April.

Pam Rose, who appeared as Leesub Sirin in the cantina scene of A New Hope, will be making a welcome return to the event. As well as the iconic alien, she has appeared in Space: 1999, Superman (1978), and Batman (1989). Pam was most recently seen revealing all about her time on the Star Wars set in the documentary Elstree 1976.

Co-organiser Steve Dickinson said, “It’s so good to have Pam join us again, such a lovely lady and a real hit with the fans and a wonderful convention favourite.

 

Sci-Fi Scarborough returns for its fourth year in the beautiful Victorian Spa Complex over the weekend of Sat 8th and Sun 9th April with their magical mix of amazing guests, authors, movie and TV props, console, retro and table top gaming, comic book artists, indie films, Cosplay competition, panels, software developers, geek pub quiz, live music, collectible traders, Saturday night party and more content than you can imagine.

Other confirmed guests are Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Gareth David-Lloyd, Garrick Hagon, Tim Rose, Jon Campling, Andrew-Lee Potts, Richard Oldfield and Clem So.

The event runs from Saturday, April 8th 10am-6pm with the geek pub quiz, party and live music from 6.30pm till late, and Sunday, April 9th 10am-6pm.

Day tickets £15 (under 12s £5 Students £10) Weekend £25 under 5s go free

For more information, head over to www.scifiscarborough.co.uk, Facebook, or Twitter.

Tickets on sale from www.scarboroughspa.co.uk.

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