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Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Meet Classic Corrie Stars at TV Utopia

 

Next February there's a proper treat in store for fans of Coronation Street, and in particular, classic Coronation Street. Thanks to the success of last year's event TV Utopia is returning in 2018!

Banish those winter blues and join us for a unique event celebrating your favourite British television from the last fifty years. From Doctor Who to Crossroads, The Bill to Tenko, or EastEnders and Poirot, we shall be bringing you guests from all genres!

Thanks to the overwhelming success of their Doctor Who event Utopia, Fantom Films proudly presents TV Utopia.
Come and enjoy a weekend in the gorgeous Mercure Whately Hall in Banbury with like-minded fans, for what is set to be an unmissable weekend looking at the best in drama, light entertainment, children's television, science fiction and fantasy!

 

Over the weekend you will be able to watch interviews, collect autographs, pose for photos and meet some of your television favourites.


As ITV3 begin a run of classic
Coronation Street episodes, we shall be revealing a number of guests and special features for TV Utopia 2018 this week! So far confirmed is Ken Farrington (Billy Walker) 



Philip Lowrie, who played Dennis Tanner


Irene Sutcliffe, who played Betty Turpin's sister Maggie Clegg



Alan Rothwell (David Barlow)



TV Utopia promises to be a very special celebration of British Television and the actors and creatives who have made their mark on the television landscape. Keep checking the website for further guests and event features over the coming months. You can find out more about the event on the Fantom Films website.


There's also going to be four very special screenings!







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1 comment:

njblas said...

I always loved the character of Maggie, in those days she was the nice sister and Betty was the bossy one. Betty of course mellowed over the years! It's wonderful to hear Irene Sutcliffe will be at this event, according to her IMDB profile, she is now the grand age of 93!

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