One of the UK?s leading entertainment events, the twice-yearly Memorabilia Show returns to Birmingham?s NEC this month to give collectors an unbeatable opportunity to purchase rare collectables and get autographs signed by a whole host of movie stars, TV personalities and sporting legends. The Winter Memorabilia Show is also a great day out for the whole family, with attractions including the latest videogames, battling robots and even a wrestling ring! Below are just a few of the great guests we?ve got lined up:
Memorabilia is thrilled to announce that Angel Coulby from hit BBC fantasy series Merlin will be meeting fans and signing autographs for free, while we?re also delighted to welcome back Tommy Knight and Anjili Mohindra from popular Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures.
Hollywood stars attending the show include prolific actor David Warner ? whose five decades in the industry have seen him in films such as Time Bandits, Tron, The Omen, Titanic and Planet of the Apes ? and David Bradley, best known for playing cantankerous caretaker Argus Filch in the enormously popular Harry Potter movies.
Television legends making the trip down to Birmingham this November include a quartet of guests from beloved British comedy Last of the Summer Wine ? Brian Murphy, Juliette Kaplan, Louis Emerick and Josephine Tewson ? and Richard Herd and Andrew Prine, stars of 1983?s cult sci-fi series V and its 1984 sequel V: The Final Battle.
Memorabilia is also famous for its sporting guests, and the upcoming show sees the event graced by a trio of boxing greats ? Barry McGuigan, Tommy ?The Hitman? Hearns and Iran ?The Blade? Barkley ? not to mention wrestling superstar Bret Hart and a titan of motorsport, the one and only Carl Fogarty.
Meanwhile, a host of top footballers are coming to Memorabilia to meet their fans. Not only are Arsenal star Ian Wright, Italian World Cup winner Marco Tardelli and Newcastle and Arsenal legend Malcolm Macdonald attending, but players from no fewer than three European Cup-winning sides will be making an appearance; Manchester United?s victors of 1968; Liverpool?s famous team from 1977 and Celtic?s heroic 1967 ?Lisbon Lions? side.
Visit www.memorabilia.co.uk for more information.