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There are fixed points in time, points that not even The Doctor can change. One of these points is WhoFest 3. Mark your calendars for 22-24 April 2016. Guests and other fun details coming very soon.


We are thrilled to announce several more guests to our line up for WhoFest 3
Wendy Padbury who played Zoe Heriot along side the Second Doctor and fellow WhoFest 3 guest Fraser Hines.
Andrew Cartmel who was script editor for the final three seasons of the original series.
Simon Fisher Becker who played Dorium Maldovar in series 5 and 6 of the new series of Doctor Who.
Ian McNeice who played Winston Churchill in 4 episodes of the New Series opposite Matt Smith.
Colin Spaull who played Lilt in Revelation of the Daleks and Mr. Crane in Rise of the Cybermen.

Frazer Hines

We are very excited to confirm Frazer Hines to our guest list for WhoFest 3.
Frazer played companion Jamie McCrimmon in Doctor Who to Patrick Troughton's Second Doctor from The Highlanders to The War Games, and again in the Season 22 story, The Two Doctors. He continues to reprise his character Jamie with Big Finish Productions audio plays.

Join us (again): WhoFest 3 is happening 22-24 April 2016. Our 2016 memberships on sale now with special low "early bird" prices. We're also offering a special low price on our WhoFest 3 t-shirts. (We sold out of shirts at WhoFest 2. Avoid the drama, secure your shirt, and save some money.) Spread the word!

Membership/Ticket Prices

Valid Until
Mar 31
Apr 24
Young Adult (6-15 at time of event)
Child in Tow (6 and under) are always just $1.00

That was fun: Thanks to all the Whovians who came out to see us at WhoFest on Sunday, October 4, at British Emporium in Grapevine, Texas, for Doctor Who Day. The festivities were a blast (as usual), we bought way too much cool stuff at British Emporium, and it was great to see all of the folks in costume, play trivia, and just hang out. Special thanks to all of you who bought your WhoFest 2016 memberships, vintage t-shirts and posters, plus other fun WhoFest souvenirs. (Still want a vinatge shirt? Your last chance may be at Dallas Comic Con in late February.)

Who cares? We do: WhoFest raised $5,000 for the North Texas Food Bank, a Dallas nonprofit hunger relief organization that "passionately pursues a hunger-free community", and you helped. Thanks to all who brought canned and non-persihable food for our food drive, who bid early and often in our silent and live charity auctions, and all who donated those amazing auction items. Congratulations to the lucky raffle winner who is taking home their own TARDIS replica.

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