David Tennant Joins Fellow Doctors For New Convention

David Tennant will be taking part in a new Doctor Who convention, organised by Peter Davison, to help raise funds for Project Motor House.
David and Peter will be joined by Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker and Paul McGann at Copthorne Hotel in Slough-Windsor on Saturday 19th January 2013 between 10:00am and 5:00pm.
Tickets are limited to just 300 and cost £100 each.

The ticket price will include 

  • A group photograph with you and  all the Doctors appearing on the day
  • An autograph from each of our guests
  • And an on stage interview.
  • A souvenir show booklet
There will also be a merchandise room with some exclusive items.
During the day there will be an auction with some rare and unusual items

More guests are expected to be announced soon.
Click here to purchase your tickets from Tenth Planet.

About the event:
"Janet Fielding has a new fight on her hands not against the Daleks or Cybermen but against cancer. Peter Davison has swung into action and enlisted the help of his fellow Doctors to launch Project MotorMouth. It will not only raise money for a good cause but also keep Janet's spirits up. " 

About Project Motor House:
For more than two years, a group of residents has been working on a plan to save the derelict West Cliff Hall (aka ‘the old motor museum’) and turn it into an exciting mixed use venue where people of all ages can enjoy themselves and where Thanet’s young people can be introduced to a business culture and get the hands-on experience they need to feel confident about starting their own businesses. We intend using low carbon techniques to renovate the building and foster interest in the burgeoning low carbon economy of East Kent.

Watch a video of Janet Fielding explaining about Project Motor House:


  1. Weird how Matt Smith isn't going. I'd say the same about Eccleston but I don't think he likes conventions.

    1. he is prolly really busy filming. they do it like 6 days a week for 9 months so he would not have time.


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