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* There were hundreds if not thousands of fan-run gatherings, mini-conventions and events (such as pledge drives) that aren't covered here.  Also omitted are '''Blakes 7''' conventions where Terry Nation was the only '''Doctor Who''' guest, and events where Douglas Adams, in his capacity as creator of '''The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy''', was also a guest.
 
* There were hundreds if not thousands of fan-run gatherings, mini-conventions and events (such as pledge drives) that aren't covered here.  Also omitted are '''Blakes 7''' conventions where Terry Nation was the only '''Doctor Who''' guest, and events where Douglas Adams, in his capacity as creator of '''The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy''', was also a guest.
 
* Persons whose names are <s>struck through</s> are identified in publicity or other advertising material as attending, but who ultimately did not appear at the event
 
* Persons whose names are <s>struck through</s> are identified in publicity or other advertising material as attending, but who ultimately did not appear at the event
* Additional information, such as convention booklets and advertising flyers, can be found for some of the events on the relevant city / state profile and at the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention_fliers Doctor Who Cuttings Archive]   
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* Additional information, such as convention booklets and advertising flyers, can be found for some of the events on the relevant city / state profile and at the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention_fliers Doctor Who Cuttings Archive]   
 
*The Gallifrey One conventions (ongoing since 1990) feature many guests from the TV, audio, print and periferal worlds of '''Doctor Who''', '''Torchwood''' and '''The Sarah Jane Adventures''', as well as from other popular SF films and TV series. We have therefore not included ''everyone'' in our lists here (but a full roll call of convention guests can be seen at the [http://www.gallifreyone.com/?page_id=104 Gallifrey One Conventions site]).
 
*The Gallifrey One conventions (ongoing since 1990) feature many guests from the TV, audio, print and periferal worlds of '''Doctor Who''', '''Torchwood''' and '''The Sarah Jane Adventures''', as well as from other popular SF films and TV series. We have therefore not included ''everyone'' in our lists here (but a full roll call of convention guests can be seen at the [http://www.gallifreyone.com/?page_id=104 Gallifrey One Conventions site]).
  
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||July 6-8, 1979||[[Los Angeles]]||California||LA Marriott||Los Angeles Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Convention||||No Doctor Who guests, but continuous videos of the series played in the "Doctor Who Theatre". Report in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Takes_L.A._by_Storm Starlog 25]
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||July 6-8, 1979||[[Los Angeles]]||California||LA Marriott||Los Angeles Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Convention||||No Doctor Who guests, but continuous videos of the series played in the "Doctor Who Theatre". Report in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Takes_L.A._by_Storm Starlog 25]
 
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||Dec. 1, 1979||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Continental Hyatt House||The Doctor Who Convention (Gallifreyan Irregulars)||Tom Baker, Graham Williams, Terrance Dicks, Gerry Davis, Don Gallacher (music producer of Mankind's disco version of the theme-tune)||Baker and Williams showed up at the eleventh hour; the studio sessions for [[Shada]] had been cancelled and they had nothing else to do that weekend.  Video room included [[The Daemons]] and [[Nightmare of Eden]] 1. Baker stayed until the next day to do a signing at Venice Beach. Extensive con report and interview with Baker in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_Visit_with_The_Doctor_(Who) Starlog 34]. Interview with Dicks in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Terrance_Dicks Starlog 37].
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||Dec. 1, 1979||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Continental Hyatt House||The Doctor Who Convention (Gallifreyan Irregulars)||Tom Baker, Graham Williams, Terrance Dicks, Gerry Davis, Don Gallacher (music producer of Mankind's disco version of the theme-tune)||Baker and Williams showed up at the eleventh hour; the studio sessions for [[Shada]] had been cancelled and they had nothing else to do that weekend.  Video room included [[The Daemons]] and [[Nightmare of Eden]] 1. Baker stayed until the next day to do a signing at Venice Beach. Extensive con report and interview with Baker in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_Visit_with_The_Doctor_(Who) Starlog 34]. Interview with Dicks in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Terrance_Dicks Starlog 37].
 
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||Mar. 1-2, 1980||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Hyatt Regency||Who 1 (Gallifreyan Irregulars)||Ian Marter, Elisabeth Sladen, Terrance Dicks, Pat Dunlop||Report and interviews in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who%27s_Companions_Come_to_Hollywood Starlog 42]. Sladen's appearance mentioned in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Time_tripper%27s_fear_of_flying Liverpool Echo].
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||Mar. 1-2, 1980||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Hyatt Regency||Who 1 (Gallifreyan Irregulars)||Ian Marter, Elisabeth Sladen, Terrance Dicks, Pat Dunlop||Report and interviews in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who%27s_Companions_Come_to_Hollywood Starlog 42]. Sladen's appearance mentioned in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Time_tripper%27s_fear_of_flying Liverpool Echo].
 
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||Aug. 14-16, 1981||[[Tulsa]]||Oklahoma||Camelot Hotel||Panopticon West||<s>Tom Baker</s>, <s>Lalla Ward</s>, Peter Davison (1st con), Sandra Dickinson, John Nathan-Turner (1st con), David Valla ([[The War Games]])||Davison had finished recording [[Kinda]] the day before. Guests are only there on the 16th, due to an air-traffic controllers strike that delayed their flight. Videos shown include [[The Edge of Destruction]], [[The Rescue]], [[An Unearthly Child]] 1. Interviews with JNT and Davison in Fantastic Films 28, Fantasy Empire 4, and Davison in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_New_Doctor_Who Starlog 62], article in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/What%27s_a_Panopticon%3F_Ask_a_%27Who%27_Fan Tulsa World]
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||Aug. 14-16, 1981||[[Tulsa]]||Oklahoma||Camelot Hotel||Panopticon West||<s>Tom Baker</s>, <s>Lalla Ward</s>, Peter Davison (1st con), Sandra Dickinson, John Nathan-Turner (1st con), David Valla ([[The War Games]])||Davison had finished recording [[Kinda]] the day before. Guests are only there on the 16th, due to an air-traffic controllers strike that delayed their flight. Videos shown include [[The Edge of Destruction]], [[The Rescue]], [[An Unearthly Child]] 1. Interviews with JNT and Davison in Fantastic Films 28, Fantasy Empire 4, and Davison in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_New_Doctor_Who Starlog 62], article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/What%27s_a_Panopticon%3F_Ask_a_%27Who%27_Fan Tulsa World]
 
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||Feb./Mar.?, 1982||[[Gainesville]]||Florida||University of Florida||||John Nathan-Turner||Nathan-Turner showed tapes of Peter Davison stories (We're not exactly sure when this event was; it would have likely been soon after season 19 had wrapped (8 Feb 1982) and before rehearsals for season 20 had commenced (on 30 March 1982). (OmniCon III was held in Fort Lauderdale from 5-7 Feb; if JNT was in the US for that, the visit to Gainesville may have been as a side-trip.)  
 
||Feb./Mar.?, 1982||[[Gainesville]]||Florida||University of Florida||||John Nathan-Turner||Nathan-Turner showed tapes of Peter Davison stories (We're not exactly sure when this event was; it would have likely been soon after season 19 had wrapped (8 Feb 1982) and before rehearsals for season 20 had commenced (on 30 March 1982). (OmniCon III was held in Fort Lauderdale from 5-7 Feb; if JNT was in the US for that, the visit to Gainesville may have been as a side-trip.)  
 
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||July 16-18, 1982||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Americana Congress||Panopticon West II||John Nathan-Turner, Sarah Sutton, <s>Elisabeth Sladen</s>, Terry Nation, Anthony Ainley, Terry Sampson (BBC Enterprises)||Also known as "Sweatcon". There were between 3,000 and 6,000 attendees each day, and no air-conditioning! Recording on [[Arc of Infinity]] had just been completed; Nathan-Turner announced the pre-sale to the US of 78 Peter Davison episodes (i.e. three seasons worth). It was while at this event that Nathan-Turner sounded out Nation for permission to do a Dalek story to close the 20th season. The [[KRMA]] documentary [[Once Upon a Time Lord]] was filmed. Season 19 shown in video room. Reports in DWM 76 and Fantasy Empire 6. Presumably the interview with JNT in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_New_Doctor_Who Starlog 62] was conducted here. Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_hero_for_all_ages,_Dr._Who_is_just_out_of_this_world Chicago Tribune].  Brief mentions in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/U.S._fans_go_wild_for_Dr_Who_and_Nyssa Daily Express] and the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr_Who's_thousands Aberdeen Evening Press].  AP photo of Ainley and fans appeared in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who%27s_that_doctor%3F_%28AP_photo%29 several newspapers].
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||July 16-18, 1982||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Americana Congress||Panopticon West II||John Nathan-Turner, Sarah Sutton, <s>Elisabeth Sladen</s>, Terry Nation, Anthony Ainley, Terry Sampson (BBC Enterprises)||Also known as "Sweatcon". There were between 3,000 and 6,000 attendees each day, and no air-conditioning! Recording on [[Arc of Infinity]] had just been completed; Nathan-Turner announced the pre-sale to the US of 78 Peter Davison episodes (i.e. three seasons worth). It was while at this event that Nathan-Turner sounded out Nation for permission to do a Dalek story to close the 20th season. The [[KRMA]] documentary [[Once Upon a Time Lord]] was filmed. Season 19 shown in video room. Reports in DWM 76 and Fantasy Empire 6. Presumably the interview with JNT in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_New_Doctor_Who Starlog 62] was conducted here. Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_hero_for_all_ages,_Dr._Who_is_just_out_of_this_world Chicago Tribune].  Brief mentions in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/U.S._fans_go_wild_for_Dr_Who_and_Nyssa Daily Express] and the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr_Who's_thousands Aberdeen Evening Press].  AP photo of Ainley and fans appeared in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who%27s_that_doctor%3F_%28AP_photo%29 several newspapers].
 
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||Aug. 21-22, 1982||[[New Orleans]]||Louisiana||||||Terrance Dicks||On the morning of 22 August, Dicks was woken by a telephone call from script editor Eric Saward asking him to write [[The Five Doctors]]
 
||Aug. 21-22, 1982||[[New Orleans]]||Louisiana||||||Terrance Dicks||On the morning of 22 August, Dicks was woken by a telephone call from script editor Eric Saward asking him to write [[The Five Doctors]]
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||Nov. 21, 1982||[[Denver]]||Colorado||Mammoth Gardens||Whovian Festival II (aka Colorado Whovian Festival)||Sarah Sutton, Anthony Ainley||This was the first event run by the newly-formed Doctor Who Fan Club of America (DWFCA). Whovian Festival I (June 5, 1982) was a local gathering with no celebrity guests.
 
||Nov. 21, 1982||[[Denver]]||Colorado||Mammoth Gardens||Whovian Festival II (aka Colorado Whovian Festival)||Sarah Sutton, Anthony Ainley||This was the first event run by the newly-formed Doctor Who Fan Club of America (DWFCA). Whovian Festival I (June 5, 1982) was a local gathering with no celebrity guests.
 
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||Feb. 4-6, 1983||[[Florida|Fort Lauderdale]]||Florida||Oceanside Holiday Inn||Omnicon IV||Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney (?)<!--Terrance Dicks-->, John McElroy (DWAS)||DW and Star Trek. Davison - who wore his Doctor's costume - had just completed recording [[Enlightenment]]. Courtney often talks of his first-ever US convention where he encountered lots of female fans dressed as the Brigadier. (In his autobiography, "Still Getting Away With It" (2005), Courtney says his first US con was at the Holiday Inn in Fort Lauderdale, in 1982 - soon after he'd finished [[Mawdryn Undead]]. Since the only Fort Lauderdale convention we know of in 1982 was Omnicon, held in February, at least six months ''before'' [[Mawdryn Undead]], we feel sure Courtney has the year incorrect, and that the year of his first con was 1983, although none of the press stories about the event mention him being there...)  Articles in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/More_than_300_attend_sci-fi_festival Galveston Daily News], [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who%3F_Spaced-out_sci-fi_fans_beam_down_for_festival Sun-Sentinel] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_is_real_far_out Tallahassee Democrat].  Report in Fantasy Empire 1983 Summer Special.
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||Feb. 4-6, 1983||[[Florida|Fort Lauderdale]]||Florida||Oceanside Holiday Inn||Omnicon IV||Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney (?)<!--Terrance Dicks-->, John McElroy (DWAS)||DW and Star Trek. Davison - who wore his Doctor's costume - had just completed recording [[Enlightenment]]. Courtney often talks of his first-ever US convention where he encountered lots of female fans dressed as the Brigadier. (In his autobiography, "Still Getting Away With It" (2005), Courtney says his first US con was at the Holiday Inn in Fort Lauderdale, in 1982 - soon after he'd finished [[Mawdryn Undead]]. Since the only Fort Lauderdale convention we know of in 1982 was Omnicon, held in February, at least six months ''before'' [[Mawdryn Undead]], we feel sure Courtney has the year incorrect, and that the year of his first con was 1983, although none of the press stories about the event mention him being there...)  Articles in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/More_than_300_attend_sci-fi_festival Galveston Daily News], [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who%3F_Spaced-out_sci-fi_fans_beam_down_for_festival Sun-Sentinel] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_is_real_far_out Tallahassee Democrat].  Report in Fantasy Empire 1983 Summer Special.
 
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||Feb. 13, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||New Fantasy Shop||||John Nathan-Turner||<!--This looks like it was a separate event to the one that Davison was at a week later-->More of a signing than a convention, photos of event [https://www.facebook.com/GharyZ/photos_albums HERE]. A group of fans had earlier staged their own version of [[The Five Doctors]]; they appeared at the event still in costume, and the group was photographed with JNT. Photos of Nathan-Turner with the costumed fans appear in the Radio Times 20th Anniversary Special. Photo of JNT in DWM 83.  
 
||Feb. 13, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||New Fantasy Shop||||John Nathan-Turner||<!--This looks like it was a separate event to the one that Davison was at a week later-->More of a signing than a convention, photos of event [https://www.facebook.com/GharyZ/photos_albums HERE]. A group of fans had earlier staged their own version of [[The Five Doctors]]; they appeared at the event still in costume, and the group was photographed with JNT. Photos of Nathan-Turner with the costumed fans appear in the Radio Times 20th Anniversary Special. Photo of JNT in DWM 83.  
 
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||Feb. 19-20, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||New Fantasy Shop||||Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson||More of a signing than a convention; signing sessions ran from noon-2pm, then 4-6pm on the first day, and noon-2pm, 3-5pm on the second. A (delayed) story was run in the 6 May 1983 [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Fans_who_are_in_the_know_crowd_store_to_see_%27Doctor%27 Daily Herald]. Photos in DWM 83, and [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id31.html HERE], and [http://blogforgallifrey.com/?p=88 HERE (from the 20th)].
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||Feb. 19-20, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||New Fantasy Shop||||Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson||More of a signing than a convention; signing sessions ran from noon-2pm, then 4-6pm on the first day, and noon-2pm, 3-5pm on the second. A (delayed) story was run in the 6 May 1983 [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Fans_who_are_in_the_know_crowd_store_to_see_%27Doctor%27 Daily Herald]. Photos in DWM 83, and [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id31.html HERE], and [http://blogforgallifrey.com/?p=88 HERE (from the 20th)].
 
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||Mar. 13, 1983||[[Gainesville]]||Florida||UF Carleton Auditorium||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) mini-festival||Ron Katz||Probably no guests.  Katz showed two stories: "Ones that haven't aired yet, featuring Peter Davison."  Story in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_brings_a_new_dimension_to_space The Sun]
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||Mar. 13, 1983||[[Gainesville]]||Florida||UF Carleton Auditorium||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) mini-festival||Ron Katz||Probably no guests.  Katz showed two stories: "Ones that haven't aired yet, featuring Peter Davison."  Story in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_brings_a_new_dimension_to_space The Sun]
 
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||May 27-30, 1983||[[San Francisco]] (Palo Alto)||California||||NADWAS||Tom Baker, Christopher Crouch (BBC Enterprises)||Baker and Crouch were interviewed for [[Doctor Who in America]]
 
||May 27-30, 1983||[[San Francisco]] (Palo Alto)||California||||NADWAS||Tom Baker, Christopher Crouch (BBC Enterprises)||Baker and Crouch were interviewed for [[Doctor Who in America]]
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||May 28-30, 1983||[[Washington#Bellingham|Seattle]]||Washington||Seattle Trade Center||Futurefest 83||||Not sure if any DW guests attended.   
 
||May 28-30, 1983||[[Washington#Bellingham|Seattle]]||Washington||Seattle Trade Center||Futurefest 83||||Not sure if any DW guests attended.   
 
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||July 9-10, 1983||[[Tampa]]||Florida||McKay Auditorium||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner||Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. Interview with Sladen in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_Doctor_is_an_Actor Starlog 77] (conducted sometime during this July visit). Brief mention in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Hiccup_delays_Worzel_Gummidge Liverpool Echo]. Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Are_you_a_fan_of_Dr._Who%3F Tallahassee Democrat]. Review in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Cult_of_fans_knows_that_the_Doctor_is_in Tampa Tribune].
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||July 9-10, 1983||[[Tampa]]||Florida||McKay Auditorium||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner||Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. Interview with Sladen in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_Doctor_is_an_Actor Starlog 77] (conducted sometime during this July visit). Brief mention in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Hiccup_delays_Worzel_Gummidge Liverpool Echo]. Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Are_you_a_fan_of_Dr._Who%3F Tallahassee Democrat]. Review in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Cult_of_fans_knows_that_the_Doctor_is_in Tampa Tribune].
 
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||July 13, 1983||[[Chapel Hill]]||North Carolina||Hamilton Hall, University of NC||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner||Reports in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983, [http://kith.beeblebroxcompany.org/tagged/Volume-1.8 KITH Newsletter], and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_lands_in_North_Carolina Star-News]
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||July 13, 1983||[[Chapel Hill]]||North Carolina||Hamilton Hall, University of NC||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner||Reports in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983, [http://kith.beeblebroxcompany.org/tagged/Volume-1.8 KITH Newsletter], and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_lands_in_North_Carolina Star-News]
 
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||July 16-17, 1983||[[New York City|New York]]||New York||Beacon Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner?||Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983.  According to a contemporary fanzine report, Nathan-Turner attended three US cons in six weeks. We know he attended Panopticon West III from 22-24 July and the 20th Anniversary Con in August, so the third con was either before Panopticon or after ComicCon, or between the two. This third con is highly likely to have been this New York event, which was one of many Whovian Festival Tours with Pertwee, Sladen and Nathan-Turner being held at the time.  (Nathan-Turner was certainly back in the UK by 19 August 1983, in order to arrange and attend the press conference / photo-shoot announcing Colin Baker as the sixth Doctor.)
 
||July 16-17, 1983||[[New York City|New York]]||New York||Beacon Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner?||Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983.  According to a contemporary fanzine report, Nathan-Turner attended three US cons in six weeks. We know he attended Panopticon West III from 22-24 July and the 20th Anniversary Con in August, so the third con was either before Panopticon or after ComicCon, or between the two. This third con is highly likely to have been this New York event, which was one of many Whovian Festival Tours with Pertwee, Sladen and Nathan-Turner being held at the time.  (Nathan-Turner was certainly back in the UK by 19 August 1983, in order to arrange and attend the press conference / photo-shoot announcing Colin Baker as the sixth Doctor.)
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||July 16-17, 1983||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Sheraton International O'Hare||Creation||Tom Baker||Report in Fantasy Empire Collectors Edition No 1, and photos in DWM 83, and [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id29.html HERE]. Tom Baker appeared on [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7gz5zMICqo local news].  
 
||July 16-17, 1983||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Sheraton International O'Hare||Creation||Tom Baker||Report in Fantasy Empire Collectors Edition No 1, and photos in DWM 83, and [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id29.html HERE]. Tom Baker appeared on [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7gz5zMICqo local news].  
 
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||July 19, 1983||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Walnut Street Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner?||Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. Review in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Former_%27Dr._Who%27_star_wonders_%27why_all_the_fuss%3F%27 Courier-Post].
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||July 19, 1983||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Walnut Street Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner?||Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. Review in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Former_%27Dr._Who%27_star_wonders_%27why_all_the_fuss%3F%27 Courier-Post].
 
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||July 22-24, 1983||[[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]]||Ohio||Quality Inn||Panopticon West III (Prydonian Renegades)||John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, Fiona Cumming, <s>John Levene</s>, Ian Fraser, David Saunders (from DWAS)||Nathan-Turner was therefore absent for the final day's location filming on [[The Awakening]]. Saunders recalls that rumours were circulating at the con that Colin Baker had been cast as the sixth Doctor. Report in Fantasy Empire 12, and interview with Ainley in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Anthony_Ainley Starlog 80], and JNT in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/John_Nathan_Turner_Producing_Doctor_Who Starlog 82]. Footage shown in [[The Whovians]]
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||July 22-24, 1983||[[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]]||Ohio||Quality Inn||Panopticon West III (Prydonian Renegades)||John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, Fiona Cumming, <s>John Levene</s>, Ian Fraser, David Saunders (from DWAS)||Nathan-Turner was therefore absent for the final day's location filming on [[The Awakening]]. Saunders recalls that rumours were circulating at the con that Colin Baker had been cast as the sixth Doctor. Report in Fantasy Empire 12, and interview with Ainley in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Anthony_Ainley Starlog 80], and JNT in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/John_Nathan_Turner_Producing_Doctor_Who Starlog 82]. Footage shown in [[The Whovians]]
 
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||July 23-24, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Granada Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen||Photos in DWM 83. Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983 and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Stateside_Whovians_are_gathering_in_summer The South Bend Tribune].
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||July 23-24, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Granada Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen||Photos in DWM 83. Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983 and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Stateside_Whovians_are_gathering_in_summer The South Bend Tribune].
 
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||July 30-31, 1983||[[Denver]]||Colorado||Paramount Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen||A selection of early black and white stories and colour Pertwees was shown, plus brand new Season 20 episodes. Also screened were episodes of Worzel Gummidge
 
||July 30-31, 1983||[[Denver]]||Colorado||Paramount Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen||A selection of early black and white stories and colour Pertwees was shown, plus brand new Season 20 episodes. Also screened were episodes of Worzel Gummidge
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||Aug. 12-14, 1983||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Ramada O'Hare||The Authorized Dr. Who 20th Anniversary Celebration (ComicCon)||Peter Davison, Ian Marter, Janet Fielding (1st con), John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney||Recording for [[Frontios]] had just been completed. Nathan-Turner brought tapes of season 20 episodes. Reports in DWM 83 and Fantasy Empire 13, and photos [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id20.html HERE]
 
||Aug. 12-14, 1983||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Ramada O'Hare||The Authorized Dr. Who 20th Anniversary Celebration (ComicCon)||Peter Davison, Ian Marter, Janet Fielding (1st con), John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney||Recording for [[Frontios]] had just been completed. Nathan-Turner brought tapes of season 20 episodes. Reports in DWM 83 and Fantasy Empire 13, and photos [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id20.html HERE]
 
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||Aug. 20-21, 1983||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||John Leeson||Leeson often speaks of the time he was once the sole guest at a convention in Philadelphia, where (in disguise) he participated in a "K9 sound-alike competition" - and lost! Presumably it was this one. Photo of "disguised" Leeson in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dog_Days Starlog 143].  Article in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who-Manoids_Flip_Over_Their_TV_Hero The Inquirer]
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||Aug. 20-21, 1983||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||John Leeson||Leeson often speaks of the time he was once the sole guest at a convention in Philadelphia, where (in disguise) he participated in a "K9 sound-alike competition" - and lost! Presumably it was this one. Photo of "disguised" Leeson in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dog_Days Starlog 143].  Article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who-Manoids_Flip_Over_Their_TV_Hero The Inquirer]
 
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||Oct. 1-2, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Continental Hotel||Creation||Tom Baker, Louise Jameson||
 
||Oct. 1-2, 1983||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Continental Hotel||Creation||Tom Baker, Louise Jameson||
 
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||Nov. 19-20, 1983||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Boston Sheraton||Creation||Tom Baker||Articles in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_on_Earth... The Sunday Times] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Taking_the_Mystery_Out_of_Doctor_Who%3F%3F%3F The Boston College Heights].
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||Nov. 19-20, 1983||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Boston Sheraton||Creation||Tom Baker||Articles in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_on_Earth... The Sunday Times] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Taking_the_Mystery_Out_of_Doctor_Who%3F%3F%3F The Boston College Heights].
 
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||Nov. 19-20, 1983||[[North Carolina|Chapel Hill]]||North Carolina||University of NC||Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time)||||
 
||Nov. 19-20, 1983||[[North Carolina|Chapel Hill]]||North Carolina||University of NC||Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time)||||
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||Feb. 11-12, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Tom Baker||Footage appears in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]], and some can be seen [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSLgBEIZ5_Y&feature=related HERE]
 
||Feb. 11-12, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Tom Baker||Footage appears in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]], and some can be seen [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSLgBEIZ5_Y&feature=related HERE]
 
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||Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1984||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Henry VII Inn and Lodge||Panopticon West (NADWAS)||Tom Baker||Baker was interviewed in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who Post-Dispatch]
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||Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1984||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Henry VII Inn and Lodge||Panopticon West (NADWAS)||Tom Baker||Baker was interviewed in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who Post-Dispatch]
 
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||May 26-28, 1984||[[Rochester]]||New York||||Creation||Nicholas Courtney, Terrance Dicks||
 
||May 26-28, 1984||[[Rochester]]||New York||||Creation||Nicholas Courtney, Terrance Dicks||
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||June 9-10, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||<s>Nicholas Courtney</s>, Sarah Sutton, Ian Marter||[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4lgyChswIc Report] on [[NJN]]. Footage appears in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]]
 
||June 9-10, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||<s>Nicholas Courtney</s>, Sarah Sutton, Ian Marter||[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4lgyChswIc Report] on [[NJN]]. Footage appears in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]]
 
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||June 15-17, 1984||[[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]]||Ohio||Quality Inn||Time Festival Panopticon West IV (aka DWExpo '84)||Colin Baker & Marion Wyatt, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, <s>Elisabeth Sladen</s>, <s>Nicola Bryant</s>||Report in DWM 96, and interviews with Nathan-Turner and Baker in Marvel US #5. Location filming for [[Attack of the Cybermen]] had just been completed; Nathan-Turner was unavailable for comment on the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Koo_Falls_Out_with_Dr_Who Koo Stark incident].  
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||June 15-17, 1984||[[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]]||Ohio||Quality Inn||Time Festival Panopticon West IV (aka DWExpo '84)||Colin Baker & Marion Wyatt, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, <s>Elisabeth Sladen</s>, <s>Nicola Bryant</s>||Report in DWM 96, and interviews with Nathan-Turner and Baker in Marvel US #5. Location filming for [[Attack of the Cybermen]] had just been completed; Nathan-Turner was unavailable for comment on the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Koo_Falls_Out_with_Dr_Who Koo Stark incident].  
 
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||June 16-17, 1984||[[Washington, DC|Washington]] (Arlington, Va.)||District of Columbia||Hyatt Regency Crystal City||Creation||Elisabeth Sladen, Sarah Sutton||
 
||June 16-17, 1984||[[Washington, DC|Washington]] (Arlington, Va.)||District of Columbia||Hyatt Regency Crystal City||Creation||Elisabeth Sladen, Sarah Sutton||
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||July 27-29, 1984||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||||Gateway Con II||John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, Mary Tamm?||
 
||July 27-29, 1984||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||||Gateway Con II||John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, Mary Tamm?||
 
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||July 28-29, 1984||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Airport Holiday Inn||Creation||Ian Marter, Ron Katz||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Best_Bets Lakeland Ledger]
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||July 28-29, 1984||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Airport Holiday Inn||Creation||Ian Marter, Ron Katz||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Best_Bets Lakeland Ledger]
 
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||Aug. 3-5, 1984||[[San Jose]]||California||Sainte Claire Hotel Convention Center||Timecon 84||Jon Pertwee, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney, Gerry Davis, Jonathan Frid||DW and Dark Shadows. Nathan-Turner was absent from rehearsals for [[The Two Doctors]]
 
||Aug. 3-5, 1984||[[San Jose]]||California||Sainte Claire Hotel Convention Center||Timecon 84||Jon Pertwee, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney, Gerry Davis, Jonathan Frid||DW and Dark Shadows. Nathan-Turner was absent from rehearsals for [[The Two Doctors]]
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||Aug. 3-5, 1984||[[Buffalo]]||New York||||Pyramids of Buffalo||John Nathan-Turner||
 
||Aug. 3-5, 1984||[[Buffalo]]||New York||||Pyramids of Buffalo||John Nathan-Turner||
 
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||Aug. 17-19, 1984||[[St. Louis]] (Clayton)||Missouri||Clayton Plaza Holiday Inn||Tardiscon '84 (Celestial Intervention Agency)||Louise Jameson, Nicholas Courtney, John Leeson, Ian Marter||Another "K9 sound-alike contest" was held. Interview with Marter in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Harry_Sullivan%27s_Travels Starlog 124]. Misleading ad in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Tom_Baker,_who_portrays_Dr_Who Post-Dispatch]
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||Aug. 17-19, 1984||[[St. Louis]] (Clayton)||Missouri||Clayton Plaza Holiday Inn||Tardiscon '84 (Celestial Intervention Agency)||Louise Jameson, Nicholas Courtney, John Leeson, Ian Marter||Another "K9 sound-alike contest" was held. Interview with Marter in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Harry_Sullivan%27s_Travels Starlog 124]. Misleading ad in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Tom_Baker,_who_portrays_Dr_Who Post-Dispatch]
 
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||Aug. 25-26, 1984||[[New York City|Manhattan]]||New York||Omni Park Central||Creation Summer Expo||Mary Tamm||
 
||Aug. 25-26, 1984||[[New York City|Manhattan]]||New York||Omni Park Central||Creation Summer Expo||Mary Tamm||
 
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||Sept. 15-16, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Louise Jameson, Terrance Dicks||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Where,_when_and_how_to_find_Dr._Who_(Who%3F) Courier-Post]
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||Sept. 15-16, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Louise Jameson, Terrance Dicks||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Where,_when_and_how_to_find_Dr._Who_(Who%3F) Courier-Post]
 
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||Sept. 22-23, 1984||[[New Orleans]]||Louisiana||Hyatt Regency||Creation||||
 
||Sept. 22-23, 1984||[[New Orleans]]||Louisiana||Hyatt Regency||Creation||||
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||Oct. 20-21, 1984||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Bel Air Hilton||Creation||Mary Tamm||
 
||Oct. 20-21, 1984||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Bel Air Hilton||Creation||Mary Tamm||
 
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||Nov. 3-4, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Matthew Waterhouse, Mark Strickson?||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Tonic_for_a_science-fiction_addiction Philadelphia Inquirer]
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||Nov. 3-4, 1984||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Matthew Waterhouse, Mark Strickson?||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Tonic_for_a_science-fiction_addiction Philadelphia Inquirer]
 
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||Nov. 9-11, 1984||[[Buffalo]]||New York||Executive Hotel Buffalo Airport||Buffalo Who Fest 1984||Jon Pertwee, <s>Elisabeth Sladen</s>, <s>Mary Tamm</s>, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, <s>Gerry Davis</s>, Gail Bennett||Location filming for [[The Mark of the Rani]] had just been completed. Report in Fantasy Empire 18
 
||Nov. 9-11, 1984||[[Buffalo]]||New York||Executive Hotel Buffalo Airport||Buffalo Who Fest 1984||Jon Pertwee, <s>Elisabeth Sladen</s>, <s>Mary Tamm</s>, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, <s>Gerry Davis</s>, Gail Bennett||Location filming for [[The Mark of the Rani]] had just been completed. Report in Fantasy Empire 18
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||Nov. 23-25, 1984||[[New York City|New York]] (Manhattan)||New York||Omni Park Central Hotel||Creation||Mary Tamm?||In her autobiography ''Second Generation'', Tamm mentions being the sole DW guest at a general SF con held in New York, her first-ever visit to that city (although she recalls seeing people dressed in ''Star Trek The Next Generation'' costumes, that must be a mixed memory, as that series didn't start until 1987)
 
||Nov. 23-25, 1984||[[New York City|New York]] (Manhattan)||New York||Omni Park Central Hotel||Creation||Mary Tamm?||In her autobiography ''Second Generation'', Tamm mentions being the sole DW guest at a general SF con held in New York, her first-ever visit to that city (although she recalls seeing people dressed in ''Star Trek The Next Generation'' costumes, that must be a mixed memory, as that series didn't start until 1987)
 
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||Nov. 23-25, 1984||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||TARDIS 21 (Spirit of Light)||Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley, Nicholas Courtney, Nicola Bryant, Janet Fielding, Elisabeth Sladen, Lalla Ward, Mark Strickson, Frazer Hines, John Nathan-Turner, Terrance Dicks, Ian Marter, John Levene, Richard Franklin, <s>Mary Tamm</s>||Location filming for [[The Mark of the Rani]] had been completed. Pertwee and Troughton performed their infamous water-pistol fights. Pertwee recorded a segment for [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGf3zWpjPGU Son of Svengoolie] and was interviewed on [http://chicago.epguides.com/DoctorWho/ WGN Radio]. Report in DWM 99, DWB 19, and Fantasy Empire 19, and photos [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id23.html HERE], and extensive photo gallery [https://www.flickr.com/photos/maryloye/sets/72157633060045747/ HERE]. Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Four,_count_%27em,_four_Dr._Whos_at_Hyatt_Regency Tinley Park Star]. Articles in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Sci-fi_fans_call_for_the_interplanetary_Doctor Sun-Times] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/In_Whovian_Heaven The Washingon Post]
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||Nov. 23-25, 1984||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||TARDIS 21 (Spirit of Light)||Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley, Nicholas Courtney, Nicola Bryant, Janet Fielding, Elisabeth Sladen, Lalla Ward, Mark Strickson, Frazer Hines, John Nathan-Turner, Terrance Dicks, Ian Marter, John Levene, Richard Franklin, <s>Mary Tamm</s>||Location filming for [[The Mark of the Rani]] had been completed. Pertwee and Troughton performed their infamous water-pistol fights. Pertwee recorded a segment for [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGf3zWpjPGU Son of Svengoolie] and was interviewed on [http://chicago.epguides.com/DoctorWho/ WGN Radio]. Report in DWM 99, DWB 19, and Fantasy Empire 19, and photos [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id23.html HERE], and extensive photo gallery [https://www.flickr.com/photos/maryloye/sets/72157633060045747/ HERE]. Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Four,_count_%27em,_four_Dr._Whos_at_Hyatt_Regency Tinley Park Star]. Articles in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Sci-fi_fans_call_for_the_interplanetary_Doctor Sun-Times] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/In_Whovian_Heaven The Washingon Post]
 
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||Jan. 12-13, 1985||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Marriott Copley Place||Creation||Sarah Sutton, James Doohan||DW and Star Trek
 
||Jan. 12-13, 1985||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Marriott Copley Place||Creation||Sarah Sutton, James Doohan||DW and Star Trek
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||Feb?, 1985||[[Miami]]||Florida||||(Omnicon VI?)||Nicholas Courtney||Courtney attended a Miami convention in early 1985 - possibly Omnicon VI
 
||Feb?, 1985||[[Miami]]||Florida||||(Omnicon VI?)||Nicholas Courtney||Courtney attended a Miami convention in early 1985 - possibly Omnicon VI
 
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||Feb. 9-10, 1985||[[Champaign]]||Illinois||Chancellor Inn Convention Center||Time Travellers Anonymous||Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, Sarah Lee, <s>Jon Pertwee</s>, <s>Patrick Troughton</s>||Production on [[Revelation of the Daleks]] had recently been completed. The city was affected by a blizzard, which prevented many from attending. It was on the flight home that Baker read the script for "The Nightmare Fair", which would have been the first story of season 23.  Preview in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Just_what's_Who_all_about%3F The Pantagraph]. Order form in [[WILL]]'s [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Fans_Take_Note magazine].
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||Feb. 9-10, 1985||[[Champaign]]||Illinois||Chancellor Inn Convention Center||Time Travellers Anonymous||Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, Sarah Lee, <s>Jon Pertwee</s>, <s>Patrick Troughton</s>||Production on [[Revelation of the Daleks]] had recently been completed. The city was affected by a blizzard, which prevented many from attending. It was on the flight home that Baker read the script for "The Nightmare Fair", which would have been the first story of season 23.  Preview in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Just_what's_Who_all_about%3F The Pantagraph]. Order form in [[WILL]]'s [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Fans_Take_Note magazine].
 
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||Feb. 9-10, 1985||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Mary Tamm||DW and Star Trek. Presumably the interview with Tamm appearing in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]] (and [[The Home Whovian]] video) was recorded at this event. Interview with Tamm in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Mary_Tamm:_A_Noble_Romana Starlog 95]. [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Philly_hears_a_Who Preview] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_is_Mr._Spock%3F review] in The Daily Pennsylvanian.
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||Feb. 9-10, 1985||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Creation||Mary Tamm||DW and Star Trek. Presumably the interview with Tamm appearing in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]] (and [[The Home Whovian]] video) was recorded at this event. Interview with Tamm in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Mary_Tamm:_A_Noble_Romana Starlog 95]. [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Philly_hears_a_Who Preview] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_is_Mr._Spock%3F review] in The Daily Pennsylvanian.
 
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||Feb. 23-24, 1985||[[Philadelphia]] (King of Prussia)||Pennsylvania||Valley Forge Convention Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner||Starting in 1985, the Whovian Festival Tour was renamed Doctor Who Festival (we have retained the old name in this guide for consistency). [[Attack of the Cybermen]], [[Vengeance on Varos]] and [[The Mark of the Rani]] are shown. Was this the convention when the [http://thedoctorwhocompanion.com/2017/03/07/remembering-the-first-public-airing-of-douglas-adams-shada/ tape of [[Shada]] was stolen?]. Presumably the Nathan-Turner and Baker interviews appearing in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]] (and [[The Home Whovian]] video) were recorded at this event. Soft rumours about the series being cancelled had been circulating. On returning home, Nathan-Turner was summoned to see his bosses...
 
||Feb. 23-24, 1985||[[Philadelphia]] (King of Prussia)||Pennsylvania||Valley Forge Convention Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner||Starting in 1985, the Whovian Festival Tour was renamed Doctor Who Festival (we have retained the old name in this guide for consistency). [[Attack of the Cybermen]], [[Vengeance on Varos]] and [[The Mark of the Rani]] are shown. Was this the convention when the [http://thedoctorwhocompanion.com/2017/03/07/remembering-the-first-public-airing-of-douglas-adams-shada/ tape of [[Shada]] was stolen?]. Presumably the Nathan-Turner and Baker interviews appearing in the [[NJN]] documentary [[Doctor Who's Who's Who]] (and [[The Home Whovian]] video) were recorded at this event. Soft rumours about the series being cancelled had been circulating. On returning home, Nathan-Turner was summoned to see his bosses...
 
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||Mar. 8, 1985||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Tampa Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner||This was Nathan-Turner's first US con after the series had been placed on "hiatus". The event was publicized in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/WEDU,_Channel_3,_is_having_a_double_feature_of_%22Doctor_Who%22_episodes_Saturday_night Lakeland Ledger, Mar. 1] and reviewed [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/It_was_the_right_place_to_be_for_Whovians Mar. 15]. Davison and Nathan-Turner interviewed in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who%3F_Tampa_Whovians_turn_out_to_see Tampa Tribune]
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||Mar. 8, 1985||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Tampa Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner||This was Nathan-Turner's first US con after the series had been placed on "hiatus". The event was publicized in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/WEDU,_Channel_3,_is_having_a_double_feature_of_%22Doctor_Who%22_episodes_Saturday_night Lakeland Ledger, Mar. 1] and reviewed [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/It_was_the_right_place_to_be_for_Whovians Mar. 15]. Davison and Nathan-Turner interviewed in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who%3F_Tampa_Whovians_turn_out_to_see Tampa Tribune]
 
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||Mar. 9, 1985||[[Gainesville]]||Florida||O'Connell Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner||
 
||Mar. 9, 1985||[[Gainesville]]||Florida||O'Connell Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner||
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||Mar. 16-17, 1985||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Manhattan)||New York||Roosevelt Hotel||Creation||John Nathan-Turner||[[Attack of the Cybermen]] and [[Vengeance on Varos]] are shown. Con report in [https://archive.org/stream/starlog_magazine-096/096#page/n27/mode/2up Starlog 96]
 
||Mar. 16-17, 1985||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Manhattan)||New York||Roosevelt Hotel||Creation||John Nathan-Turner||[[Attack of the Cybermen]] and [[Vengeance on Varos]] are shown. Con report in [https://archive.org/stream/starlog_magazine-096/096#page/n27/mode/2up Starlog 96]
 
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||Mar. 22, 1985||[[Madison]]||Wisconsin||Dane County Coliseum||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Guess_Who%27s_coming_here%3F_Doctor%27s_friends Capital Times]. Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Ahhhh,_what_a_time_had_at_%27Doctor_Who%27_festival Capital Times] and the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who%3F Wisconsin State Journal]
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||Mar. 22, 1985||[[Madison]]||Wisconsin||Dane County Coliseum||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Guess_Who%27s_coming_here%3F_Doctor%27s_friends Capital Times]. Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Ahhhh,_what_a_time_had_at_%27Doctor_Who%27_festival Capital Times] and the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who%3F Wisconsin State Journal]
 
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||Mar. 23, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Westin Hotel||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks||[[The Daemons]] and [[Attack of the Cybermen]] are shown. Report in Fantasy Image 3.
 
||Mar. 23, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Westin Hotel||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks||[[The Daemons]] and [[Attack of the Cybermen]] are shown. Report in Fantasy Image 3.
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||Apr. 21, 1985||[[San Jose]]||California||Civic Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner||[[Attack of the Cybermen]] and [[The Two Doctors]] are shown
 
||Apr. 21, 1985||[[San Jose]]||California||Civic Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner||[[Attack of the Cybermen]] and [[The Two Doctors]] are shown
 
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||Apr. 26-28, 1985||[[Austin]]||Texas||Villa Capri Hotel||Who-Tex||Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker||This would appear to be the convention at which photos were taken of Baker sitting in the trunk of a car with the registration plate DR WHO 6, as seen in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Colin_Baker:_The_Doctor_is_Out Starlog 132]
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||Apr. 26-28, 1985||[[Austin]]||Texas||Villa Capri Hotel||Who-Tex||Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker||This would appear to be the convention at which photos were taken of Baker sitting in the trunk of a car with the registration plate DR WHO 6, as seen in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Colin_Baker:_The_Doctor_is_Out Starlog 132]
 
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||Apr. 27-28, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Continental Hotel||Creation||Sarah Sutton?||
 
||Apr. 27-28, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Continental Hotel||Creation||Sarah Sutton?||
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||June 29-30, 1985||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Hyatt Regency||Creation||Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, <s>Mark Strickson</s>||Only 150 attended - nicknamed The Convention of Death; the guests didn't get paid
 
||June 29-30, 1985||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Hyatt Regency||Creation||Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, <s>Mark Strickson</s>||Only 150 attended - nicknamed The Convention of Death; the guests didn't get paid
 
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||July 12-14, 1985||[[New Orleans]]||Louisiana||International Hotel||Panopticon New Orleans/1985 North American Time Festival||Colin Baker & Marion Wyatt, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney, Gary Downie, Anthony Ainley?, Ian Levine||Theme was Mardi Gras. Baker and Nathan-Turner dressed as Time Lords (photos of JNT dressed in his floral Time Lord gown abound). A JNT "Look-a-like" contest was held.  The [[They All Axed for Who]] video documentary was filmed here. Articles in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention%27s_theme_is_out_of_this_world Times-Picayune], [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Whoies_Hold_Fan_Panopticon The Victoria Advocate] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Whoies_Play_Doctor_At_Convention_In_New_Orleans The Daytona Beach Morning Journal]
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||July 12-14, 1985||[[New Orleans]]||Louisiana||International Hotel||Panopticon New Orleans/1985 North American Time Festival||Colin Baker & Marion Wyatt, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney, Gary Downie, Anthony Ainley?, Ian Levine||Theme was Mardi Gras. Baker and Nathan-Turner dressed as Time Lords (photos of JNT dressed in his floral Time Lord gown abound). A JNT "Look-a-like" contest was held.  The [[They All Axed for Who]] video documentary was filmed here. Articles in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention%27s_theme_is_out_of_this_world Times-Picayune], [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Whoies_Hold_Fan_Panopticon The Victoria Advocate] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Whoies_Play_Doctor_At_Convention_In_New_Orleans The Daytona Beach Morning Journal]
 
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||July 26-28, 1985||[[San Jose]]||California||Convention and Cultural Center||Timecon 85||Colin Baker, Patrick Troughton, Richard Franklin||
 
||July 26-28, 1985||[[San Jose]]||California||Convention and Cultural Center||Timecon 85||Colin Baker, Patrick Troughton, Richard Franklin||
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||Aug. 24-25, 1985||[[Albany]] or [[Syracuse]]||New York||||||Jon Pertwee||
 
||Aug. 24-25, 1985||[[Albany]] or [[Syracuse]]||New York||||||Jon Pertwee||
 
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||Aug. 24-25, 1985||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Hyatt Regency||Creation||Mark Strickson, Judson Scott||DW and Star Trek.  Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_weekend_feast_for_sci-fi_gourmets;_Sheraton_show_caters_to_Trekkiest_tastes Boston Globe]
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||Aug. 24-25, 1985||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Hyatt Regency||Creation||Mark Strickson, Judson Scott||DW and Star Trek.  Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_weekend_feast_for_sci-fi_gourmets;_Sheraton_show_caters_to_Trekkiest_tastes Boston Globe]
 
|-
 
|-
 
|style=white-space:nowrap|Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 1985||[[Philadelphia]] (King of Prussia)||Pennsylvania||Valley Forge Convention & Exhibit Center||Spirit of Light|| ||
 
|style=white-space:nowrap|Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 1985||[[Philadelphia]] (King of Prussia)||Pennsylvania||Valley Forge Convention & Exhibit Center||Spirit of Light|| ||
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||Sept. 7-8, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Continental Hotel||Creation||Peter Davison||[[An Unearthly Child]], [[The Dalek Invasion of Earth]] and [[The Seeds of Death]] shown in the video room
 
||Sept. 7-8, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Continental Hotel||Creation||Peter Davison||[[An Unearthly Child]], [[The Dalek Invasion of Earth]] and [[The Seeds of Death]] shown in the video room
 
|-
 
|-
||Sept. 7-8, 1985||[[Scranton]]||Pennsylvania||Hilton||Creation||Nicholas Courtney||
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||Sept. 7-8, 1985||[[Scranton]]||Pennsylvania||Hilton||Creation||Nicholas Courtney||Article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/200_Who_fans_browse,_banter_at_the_Hilton The Scrantonian]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Sept. 14-15, 1985|| ||[[New York]]||Hilton||The New York Doctor Who Festival (DWFCA and Creation)||Sarah Sutton||
 
||Sept. 14-15, 1985|| ||[[New York]]||Hilton||The New York Doctor Who Festival (DWFCA and Creation)||Sarah Sutton||
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||Oct. 18, 1985||||New Hampshire||||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker||
 
||Oct. 18, 1985||||New Hampshire||||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker||
 
|-
 
|-
||Oct. 18-20, 1985||[[Philadelphia]] (King of Prussia)||Pennsylvania||Valley Forge Convention Center||Whoevent 85 (Aerosports/Spirit of Light)||Jon Pertwee, Anthony Ainley, John Levene, <s>Elisabeth Sladen, Lalla Ward</s>, Janet Fielding, Nicola Bryant, Terry Walsh, Carole Anne Ford||Article in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who,_That%27s_Who_Entertainment The Morning Call]
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||Oct. 18-20, 1985||[[Philadelphia]] (King of Prussia)||Pennsylvania||Valley Forge Convention Center||Whoevent 85 (Aerosports/Spirit of Light)||Jon Pertwee, Anthony Ainley, John Levene, <s>Elisabeth Sladen, Lalla Ward</s>, Janet Fielding, Nicola Bryant, Terry Walsh, Carole Anne Ford||Article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who,_That%27s_Who_Entertainment The Morning Call]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Oct. 26-27, 1985||[[San Francisco]] (Palo Alto)||California||Hyatt Rickey's||Creation||Matthew Waterhouse, Roger C. Carmel||DW and Star Trek
 
||Oct. 26-27, 1985||[[San Francisco]] (Palo Alto)||California||Hyatt Rickey's||Creation||Matthew Waterhouse, Roger C. Carmel||DW and Star Trek
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||Nov. 16-18, 1985||[[North Carolina|Raleigh]]||North Carolina||Mission Valley Inn||Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time)||||DW and general SF
 
||Nov. 16-18, 1985||[[North Carolina|Raleigh]]||North Carolina||Mission Valley Inn||Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time)||||DW and general SF
 
|-
 
|-
||Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Hyatt Regency||TARDIS 22 (Spirit of Light)||Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Janet Fielding, Louise Jameson, Elisabeth Sladen, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Terry Walsh, Lalla Ward, John Nathan-Turner, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Anthony Ainley, Paul Darrow, Jacqueline Pearce||[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzEV1wmBofg Report on local news].  Blakes 7 shown in video room. Photos [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id17.html HERE].  Photo in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_reunion Sun-Times].  Troughton and Pertwee did local radio interviews on the 27th.
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||Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1985||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||Hyatt Regency||TARDIS 22 (Spirit of Light)||Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Janet Fielding, Louise Jameson, Elisabeth Sladen, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Terry Walsh, Lalla Ward, John Nathan-Turner, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Anthony Ainley, Paul Darrow, Jacqueline Pearce||[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzEV1wmBofg Report on local news].  Blakes 7 shown in video room. Photos [http://www.banningathletics.com/doctorwho/id17.html HERE].  Photo in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_reunion Sun-Times].  Troughton and Pertwee did local radio interviews on the 27th.
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1985||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Manhattan)||New York||Roosevelt Hotel||Creation||Terrance Dicks||Did Dicks ever wonder why he wasn't invited to Chicago?
 
||Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1985||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Manhattan)||New York||Roosevelt Hotel||Creation||Terrance Dicks||Did Dicks ever wonder why he wasn't invited to Chicago?
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||Feb. 1-2, 1986||[[San Francisco]]||California||Holiday Inn Golden Gateway||Creation||||
 
||Feb. 1-2, 1986||[[San Francisco]]||California||Holiday Inn Golden Gateway||Creation||||
 
|-
 
|-
||Feb. 21-23, 1986||[[Madison]]||Wisconsin||Concourse Hotel||WisCon 10 (The Society for the Furtherance & Study of Fantasy & Science Fiction)||Roger Mueller, John Ostrander||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Science_fiction_fans_to_gather Wisconsin State Journal]
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||Feb. 21-23, 1986||[[Madison]]||Wisconsin||Concourse Hotel||WisCon 10 (The Society for the Furtherance & Study of Fantasy & Science Fiction)||Roger Mueller, John Ostrander||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Science_fiction_fans_to_gather Wisconsin State Journal]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Feb. 22-23, 1986||[[:Category:New York City|New York]]||New York||Roosevelt Hotel||Creation||Mark Strickson||
 
||Feb. 22-23, 1986||[[:Category:New York City|New York]]||New York||Roosevelt Hotel||Creation||Mark Strickson||
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<!--||late Feb./early Mar. 1986||[[Houston]]||Texas|| || ||Colin Baker||part of [[broadwcast:KUHT|]] pledge break (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/net.tv.drwho/convention|sort:relevance/net.tv.drwho/G1oK4kRimbU/0c_U27adrOoJ)
 
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||Mar. 2, 1986||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Tampa Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA and [[WEDU]])||Colin Baker||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/What,_when_and_where_of_%27Who%27 Tampa Bay Times]
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||Mar. 2, 1986||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Tampa Theatre||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA and [[WEDU]])||Colin Baker||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/What,_when_and_where_of_%27Who%27 Tampa Bay Times]
 
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||Mar. 8-9, 1986||[[Oakland]]||California||Hyatt Oakland||Creation||||
 
||Mar. 8-9, 1986||[[Oakland]]||California||Hyatt Oakland||Creation||||
 
|-
 
|-
||Mar. 20, 1986||Concord||[[New Hampshire]]||Highway Hotel||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Patrick Troughton||Troughton was travelling with the [[Doctor Who USA Tour|USA bus tour]]. Audio clips on YouTube [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcaYIvH5ZQo HERE] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-EMITUMPdI HERE]. Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Calling_all_Dr._Who_fans  Nashua Telegraph]
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||Mar. 20, 1986||Concord||[[New Hampshire]]||Highway Hotel||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Patrick Troughton||Troughton was travelling with the [[Doctor Who USA Tour|USA bus tour]]. Audio clips on YouTube [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcaYIvH5ZQo HERE] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-EMITUMPdI HERE]. Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Calling_all_Dr._Who_fans  Nashua Telegraph]
 
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||Mar. 22-23, 1986||[[Orlando]]||Florida||Disneyland Hotel||Creation||||
 
||Mar. 22-23, 1986||[[Orlando]]||Florida||Disneyland Hotel||Creation||||
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||May 2-4, 1986||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Tampa Airport Marriott||Whose 7||Colin Baker, Michael Keating||DW and Blakes 7. Baker was mid-way through recording "The Mysterious Planet" segment of [[The Trial of a Time Lord]]
 
||May 2-4, 1986||[[Tampa]]||Florida||Tampa Airport Marriott||Whose 7||Colin Baker, Michael Keating||DW and Blakes 7. Baker was mid-way through recording "The Mysterious Planet" segment of [[The Trial of a Time Lord]]
 
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||May 2-4, 1986||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Sheraton Century Center Hotel||Dixie Trek 86||Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner||[[Doctor Who at Dixie Trek|Report]] on [[GPTV]]. Interviews and other footage from the event was broadcast live on GPTV:[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOpGQwPaZQ8 HERE] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OKBy8gVENY HERE]. Preview in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_is_to_make_trek_into_Dixie The Atlanta Constitution]. Afterwards, Davison returned to London, but four days later was flying back to the US, in first class with Michael Grade to Washington DC...  
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||May 2-4, 1986||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Sheraton Century Center Hotel||Dixie Trek 86||Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner||[[Doctor Who at Dixie Trek|Report]] on [[GPTV]]. Interviews and other footage from the event was broadcast live on GPTV:[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOpGQwPaZQ8 HERE] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OKBy8gVENY HERE]. Preview in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_is_to_make_trek_into_Dixie The Atlanta Constitution]. Afterwards, Davison returned to London, but four days later was flying back to the US, in first class with Michael Grade to Washington DC...  
 
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|-
 
||May 8, 1986||[[Washington DC|Washington]]||District of Columbia||||[[Doctor Who USA Tour]]||Peter Davison, Michael Grade||The inaugural launch of the travelling Doctor Who Exhibit - see our [[Doctor Who USA Tour|dedicated PAGE]]. Davison then spent the rest of May attending DWFCA conventions...
 
||May 8, 1986||[[Washington DC|Washington]]||District of Columbia||||[[Doctor Who USA Tour]]||Peter Davison, Michael Grade||The inaugural launch of the travelling Doctor Who Exhibit - see our [[Doctor Who USA Tour|dedicated PAGE]]. Davison then spent the rest of May attending DWFCA conventions...
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||May 23-25, 1986||[[Austin]]||Texas||Austin Marriott Hotel||Who-Tex II||Jon Pertwee||Renamed '''The Next Regeneration''' in 1987
 
||May 23-25, 1986||[[Austin]]||Texas||Austin Marriott Hotel||Who-Tex II||Jon Pertwee||Renamed '''The Next Regeneration''' in 1987
 
|-
 
|-
||May 25, 1986||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Park Plaza Castle||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison||Interview with Davison conducted in Boston in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Peter_Davison:_Unlikely_Hero Starlog 127]
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||May 25, 1986||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Park Plaza Castle||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison||Interview with Davison conducted in Boston in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Peter_Davison:_Unlikely_Hero Starlog 127]
 
|-
 
|-
|style=white-space:nowrap|May 30-June 1, 1986||[[Madison]]||Wisconsin||Wisconsin Union Theatre||Whovent 86 (Spirit of Light and [[WHA]])||Peter Davison, Lalla Ward, Louise Jameson, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, John Nathan-Turner, Bonnie Langford (1st con)||At the time, Bonnie Langford hadn't recorded any scenes for the series! (Production was half-way through the "Mindwarp" segment of [[The Trial of a Time Lord]].) Interview with Langford in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/New_%22Doctor_Who%22_Companion Starlog 113], and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Mark_Strickson:_The_Black_Sheep_of_%22Doctor_Who%22 Strickson in 128]. [[Shada]] was shown. Report in DWB 40. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4NDsvci-Mc&feature=related TV ad for the event]. Originally billed as "Econocon" at the Sheraton Inn.
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|style=white-space:nowrap|May 30-June 1, 1986||[[Madison]]||Wisconsin||Wisconsin Union Theatre||Whovent 86 (Spirit of Light and [[WHA]])||Peter Davison, Lalla Ward, Louise Jameson, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, John Nathan-Turner, Bonnie Langford (1st con)||At the time, Bonnie Langford hadn't recorded any scenes for the series! (Production was half-way through the "Mindwarp" segment of [[The Trial of a Time Lord]].) Interview with Langford in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/New_%22Doctor_Who%22_Companion Starlog 113], and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Mark_Strickson:_The_Black_Sheep_of_%22Doctor_Who%22 Strickson in 128]. [[Shada]] was shown. Report in DWB 40. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4NDsvci-Mc&feature=related TV ad for the event]. Originally billed as "Econocon" at the Sheraton Inn.
 
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|-
 
||May 31-June 1, 1986||[[San Francisco]]||California||Holiday Inn Golden Gateway||Official Starlog Festival||Terry Nation||
 
||May 31-June 1, 1986||[[San Francisco]]||California||Holiday Inn Golden Gateway||Official Starlog Festival||Terry Nation||
 
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|-
||June 28, 1986||[[Portland]]||Oregon||Portland State University||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_pays_visit_to_Portland Statesman Journal]
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||June 28, 1986||[[Portland]]||Oregon||Portland State University||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_pays_visit_to_Portland Statesman Journal]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||June 29, 1986||[[San Jose]]||California||Convention Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison||
 
||June 29, 1986||[[San Jose]]||California||Convention Center||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Peter Davison||
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||Aug. 15-17, 1986||[[Spokane]]||Washington||Spokane Sheraton||Time Fest '86 (IEDAWS)||Jon Pertwee, Louise Jameson?, John Nathan-Turner?, Anthony Ainley, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Terrance Dicks, Ian Marter, Nicholas Courtney||
 
||Aug. 15-17, 1986||[[Spokane]]||Washington||Spokane Sheraton||Time Fest '86 (IEDAWS)||Jon Pertwee, Louise Jameson?, John Nathan-Turner?, Anthony Ainley, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Terrance Dicks, Ian Marter, Nicholas Courtney||
 
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|-
||Aug. 22, 1986||Trenton||[[New Jersey]]||War Memorial Auditorium||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Festival_held_tonight Central Home News]
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||Aug. 22, 1986||Trenton||[[New Jersey]]||War Memorial Auditorium||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Festival_held_tonight Central Home News]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Aug. 23, 1986||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Philadelphia Hilton||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning||
 
||Aug. 23, 1986||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Philadelphia Hilton||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Katy Manning||
 
|-
 
|-
||Sept. 12, 1986||[[Washington, DC|Washington]]||District of Columbia||Washington Hilton||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||A bearded Colin Baker had completed all recording for his second season. Photos of the two Bakers on tour can be seen [https://web.archive.org/web/20170328053115/http://thomas-stewart-baker.com/americantours.html HERE]. Interview with Tom Baker in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Tom_Baker:_The_Curious_Heart_of_Doctor_Who Starlog 115], and Colin Baker in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Colin_Baker:_Gallifrey_Vice%3F Starlog 115] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_Renewed_Without_Baker 118]. Convention review in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_talks_at_Hilton_to_launch_syndicate The Diamondback].
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||Sept. 12, 1986||[[Washington, DC|Washington]]||District of Columbia||Washington Hilton||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||A bearded Colin Baker had completed all recording for his second season. Photos of the two Bakers on tour can be seen [https://web.archive.org/web/20170328053115/http://thomas-stewart-baker.com/americantours.html HERE]. Interview with Tom Baker in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Tom_Baker:_The_Curious_Heart_of_Doctor_Who Starlog 115], and Colin Baker in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Colin_Baker:_Gallifrey_Vice%3F Starlog 115] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_Renewed_Without_Baker 118]. Convention review in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_talks_at_Hilton_to_launch_syndicate The Diamondback].
 
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|-
||Sept. 13, 1986||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||Review in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Area_fans_honor_longest-running_drama_series The Daily Pennsylvanian]
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||Sept. 13, 1986||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Centre Hotel||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||Review in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Area_fans_honor_longest-running_drama_series The Daily Pennsylvanian]
 
|-
 
|-
||Sept. 14, 1986||[[Nashville]]||Tennessee||Performing Arts Center||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||Postponed from [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Whovent_rescheduled Aug. 16-17]
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||Sept. 14, 1986||[[Nashville]]||Tennessee||Performing Arts Center||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||Postponed from [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Whovent_rescheduled Aug. 16-17]
 
|-
 
|-
||Sept. 18, 1986||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Hyatt Regency||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_came_to_Earth_in_Atlanta%3F_-_It%27s_Dr._Who,_fresh_from_outer_space! Journal-Constitution]
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||Sept. 18, 1986||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Hyatt Regency||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_came_to_Earth_in_Atlanta%3F_-_It%27s_Dr._Who,_fresh_from_outer_space! Journal-Constitution]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Sept. 19, 1986||[[Milwaukee]]||Wisconsin||||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||
 
||Sept. 19, 1986||[[Milwaukee]]||Wisconsin||||Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light)||Tom Baker, Colin Baker||
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||Jan. 3-4, 1987||[[Boston]] (Cambridge)||Massachusetts||Hyatt Regency||Creation||Janet Fielding||
 
||Jan. 3-4, 1987||[[Boston]] (Cambridge)||Massachusetts||Hyatt Regency||Creation||Janet Fielding||
 
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|-
||Feb. 5-8, 1987||[[Florida|Fort Lauderdale]]||Florida||Oceanside Holiday Inn||Omnicon (Homecoming Celebration)||John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||Article in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Headlines_Science_Fiction_Convention The Miami Herald]
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||Feb. 5-8, 1987||[[Florida|Fort Lauderdale]]||Florida||Oceanside Holiday Inn||Omnicon (Homecoming Celebration)||John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||Article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Headlines_Science_Fiction_Convention The Miami Herald]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||Mar. 6-8, 1987||Milford||[[Pennsylvania]]||Malibu Dude Ranch||Whoski 87 (The Prydonians of Prynceton)||Mark Strickson, <s>Ian Marter</s>||Marter died Oct. 28, 1986
 
||Mar. 6-8, 1987||Milford||[[Pennsylvania]]||Malibu Dude Ranch||Whoski 87 (The Prydonians of Prynceton)||Mark Strickson, <s>Ian Marter</s>||Marter died Oct. 28, 1986
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||July 11?, 1987||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||College of St. Catherine's||||Sylvester McCoy||McCoy had recently finished all work on [[Delta and the Bannermen]]. This event was part of the [[Doctor Who USA Tour]]. An interview with McCoy appears in the [[Doctor Who Then and Now]] video; presumably recorded at this time
 
||July 11?, 1987||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||College of St. Catherine's||||Sylvester McCoy||McCoy had recently finished all work on [[Delta and the Bannermen]]. This event was part of the [[Doctor Who USA Tour]]. An interview with McCoy appears in the [[Doctor Who Then and Now]] video; presumably recorded at this time
 
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|-
||July 18, 1987||[[Des Moines]]||Iowa||Marriott Hotel||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Louise Jameson||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/For_Doctor_Who_fans,_a_guaranteed_Whoot_in_D.M. Des Moines Register]
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||July 18, 1987||[[Des Moines]]||Iowa||Marriott Hotel||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Louise Jameson||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/For_Doctor_Who_fans,_a_guaranteed_Whoot_in_D.M. Des Moines Register]
 
|-
 
|-
 
||July 25?, 1987||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Louise Jameson||
 
||July 25?, 1987||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||||Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA)||Louise Jameson||
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||Mar. 25-27, 1988||[[Georgia|Columbus]] (Macon)||Georgia||Iron Works Convention and Trade Center||Magnum Opus III||Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley||
 
||Mar. 25-27, 1988||[[Georgia|Columbus]] (Macon)||Georgia||Iron Works Convention and Trade Center||Magnum Opus III||Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley||
 
|-
 
|-
||Apr. 15-17, 1988||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Stony Brook)||New York||State University of NY||I-Con VII||Sylvester McCoy, Anthony Ainley||Location filming for [[Remembrance of the Daleks]] had just been completed. Interview with McCoy in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_Is_He_This_Time%3F Starlog 134]
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||Apr. 15-17, 1988||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Stony Brook)||New York||State University of NY||I-Con VII||Sylvester McCoy, Anthony Ainley||Location filming for [[Remembrance of the Daleks]] had just been completed. Interview with McCoy in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who_Is_He_This_Time%3F Starlog 134]
 
|-
 
|-
||May 1, 1988||[[Trenton]]||New Jersey||War Memorial Auditorium||Relaxicon 1||Sophie Aldred (1st con), Sylvester McCoy?||Aldred had just finished all work on [[Remembrance of the Daleks]] and appeared on [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUXClK9qcsU pledge breaks] for [[New Jersey Network]]. Interview with Aldred in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Companion_in_Punk_Leather Starlog 135].
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||May 1, 1988||[[Trenton]]||New Jersey||War Memorial Auditorium||Relaxicon 1||Sophie Aldred (1st con), Sylvester McCoy?||Aldred had just finished all work on [[Remembrance of the Daleks]] and appeared on [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUXClK9qcsU pledge breaks] for [[New Jersey Network]]. Interview with Aldred in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Companion_in_Punk_Leather Starlog 135].
 
|-
 
|-
 
||May 6-8, 1988||[[Washington#Bellingham|Seattle]]||Washington||Hyatt Hotel||Anglicon||Terry Nation, Paul Darrow, <s>Michael Keating</s>||British media con
 
||May 6-8, 1988||[[Washington#Bellingham|Seattle]]||Washington||Hyatt Hotel||Anglicon||Terry Nation, Paul Darrow, <s>Michael Keating</s>||British media con
 
|-
 
|-
||May 13-15, 1988||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Sheraton Century Center Hotel||Dixie Trek 88||Jon Pertwee?, Nicholas Courtney||[[Doctor Who at Dixie Trek|Report]] on GPTV.  Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dixie_Trek_%2788_is_no_alien_to_the_DeKalb_County_galaxy Journal-Constitution]
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||May 13-15, 1988||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Sheraton Century Center Hotel||Dixie Trek 88||Jon Pertwee?, Nicholas Courtney||[[Doctor Who at Dixie Trek|Report]] on GPTV.  Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dixie_Trek_%2788_is_no_alien_to_the_DeKalb_County_galaxy Journal-Constitution]
 
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|-
 
||May 1988||[[Houston]]||Texas||||Doctorcon||||
 
||May 1988||[[Houston]]||Texas||||Doctorcon||||
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<!--||June 24-26, 1988||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Hilton and Towers||Fantasy Fair XIV||||possibly no DW guests (none listed at wikipedia)
 
<!--||June 24-26, 1988||[[Atlanta]]||Georgia||Hilton and Towers||Fantasy Fair XIV||||possibly no DW guests (none listed at wikipedia)
 
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||July 1-3, 1988||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||Radisson Hotel||The 1988 North American Time Festival (Whoniversity)||Jon Pertwee, Frazer Hines, Janet Fielding, <s>Mark Strickson</s>, <s>John Nathan-Turner</s>, <s>Andrew Cartmel</s>||To celebrate 25 years of Doctor Who.  Articles in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_followers_transported_to_St._Paul The Pioneer Press] and [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_fans_travel_in_time_to_festival_in_St._Paul The Star Tribune].
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||July 1-3, 1988||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||Radisson Hotel||The 1988 North American Time Festival (Whoniversity)||Jon Pertwee, Frazer Hines, Janet Fielding, <s>Mark Strickson</s>, <s>John Nathan-Turner</s>, <s>Andrew Cartmel</s>||To celebrate 25 years of Doctor Who.  Articles in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_followers_transported_to_St._Paul The Pioneer Press] and [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_fans_travel_in_time_to_festival_in_St._Paul The Star Tribune].
 
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||July 16-17, 1988||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel||Creation||Mark Strickson||
 
||July 16-17, 1988||[[Philadelphia]]||Pennsylvania||Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel||Creation||Mark Strickson||
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||July 29-31, 1988||[[San Jose]]||California||LeBaron Hotel||Timecon 88||Nicola Bryant, <s>Sylvester McCoy</s>||McCoy cancelled due to work delays on [[The Happiness Patrol]]  
 
||July 29-31, 1988||[[San Jose]]||California||LeBaron Hotel||Timecon 88||Nicola Bryant, <s>Sylvester McCoy</s>||McCoy cancelled due to work delays on [[The Happiness Patrol]]  
 
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||Aug. 12-14, 1988||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Park Terrace Airport Hilton||Tardiscon 88 / Confusion (Celestial Intervention Agency)||Colin Baker, John Leeson, Michael Keating||Interview with Leeson in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dog_Days Starlog 143]
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||Aug. 12-14, 1988||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Park Terrace Airport Hilton||Tardiscon 88 / Confusion (Celestial Intervention Agency)||Colin Baker, John Leeson, Michael Keating||Interview with Leeson in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dog_Days Starlog 143]
 
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||Sept. 24-25, 1988||[[Denver]]||Colorado||Regency Hotel||Starcon 88||||possibly no DW guests
 
||Sept. 24-25, 1988||[[Denver]]||Colorado||Regency Hotel||Starcon 88||||possibly no DW guests
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||Nov. 19, 1988||[[New Jersey|Newark]]||New Jersey||Newark Airport Marriott||25th Anniversary Birthday Party||Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred||Sponsored by the network, McCoy and Aldred invited to attend premiere screening of [[The Making of Doctor Who]] ([[Silver Nemesis]]), and to record pledges for [[NJN]]. McCoy then departed to attend the Silver Anniversary Cruise from Miami. [https://youtu.be/DXfO05fRN2Q Video of the panel]
 
||Nov. 19, 1988||[[New Jersey|Newark]]||New Jersey||Newark Airport Marriott||25th Anniversary Birthday Party||Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred||Sponsored by the network, McCoy and Aldred invited to attend premiere screening of [[The Making of Doctor Who]] ([[Silver Nemesis]]), and to record pledges for [[NJN]]. McCoy then departed to attend the Silver Anniversary Cruise from Miami. [https://youtu.be/DXfO05fRN2Q Video of the panel]
 
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||Nov. 20-25, 1988||[[Miami]]||Florida||SS Galileo||Silver Anniversary Cruise||Sylvester McCoy, John Nathan-Turner, Frazer Hines, Colin Baker?, Sarah Sutton, Gary Downie?||Interview with Sutton in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Stranded_by_the_Doctor Starlog 144]
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||Nov. 20-25, 1988||[[Miami]]||Florida||SS Galileo||Silver Anniversary Cruise||Sylvester McCoy, John Nathan-Turner, Frazer Hines, Colin Baker?, Sarah Sutton, Gary Downie?||Interview with Sutton in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Stranded_by_the_Doctor Starlog 144]
 
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||Feb. 1989||[[Florida|Fort Lauderdale]]||Florida||||S.P.I.con||Deborah Watling||
 
||Feb. 1989||[[Florida|Fort Lauderdale]]||Florida||||S.P.I.con||Deborah Watling||
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||Mar. 10-12, 1989||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||South Expo Center||First Intergalactic Expo (DWFCA as Out of This World Productions)||Colin Baker, Terry Nation, Nichelle Nichols, Kevin Pollak||Ron Katz is [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3Zx3kyV020 interviewed] on [[WTTW]].  Full page ad in Whovian Times vol. 18.
 
||Mar. 10-12, 1989||[[Chicago]]||Illinois||South Expo Center||First Intergalactic Expo (DWFCA as Out of This World Productions)||Colin Baker, Terry Nation, Nichelle Nichols, Kevin Pollak||Ron Katz is [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3Zx3kyV020 interviewed] on [[WTTW]].  Full page ad in Whovian Times vol. 18.
 
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||Mar. 15, 1989||Athens||[[Georgia]]||Komix Castle||||Sylvester McCoy||Comic book shop signing.  Advertisement in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Komix_Castle The Red & Black]
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||Mar. 15, 1989||Athens||[[Georgia]]||Komix Castle||||Sylvester McCoy||Comic book shop signing.  Advertisement in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Komix_Castle The Red & Black]
 
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||Mar. 17-19, 1989||[[South Carolina|Greenville]]||South Carolina||Hyatt Regency||Magnum Opus IV||Sylvester McCoy||McCoy visited the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._What U. of SC campus] on the 16th.  A few days later he commenced filming for [[The Curse of Fenric]].
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||Mar. 17-19, 1989||[[South Carolina|Greenville]]||South Carolina||Hyatt Regency||Magnum Opus IV||Sylvester McCoy||McCoy visited the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._What U. of SC campus] on the 16th.  A few days later he commenced filming for [[The Curse of Fenric]].
 
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||Mar. 31-Apr. 2, 1989||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Breckinridge Frontenec Hotel||St. Louis Fantasy Fan Fair||John Levene, Janet Fielding, plus Linda Thorson and Walter Koenig||General SF / Fantasy event. Originally scheduled for Oct. 14-16, 1988
 
||Mar. 31-Apr. 2, 1989||[[St. Louis]]||Missouri||Breckinridge Frontenec Hotel||St. Louis Fantasy Fan Fair||John Levene, Janet Fielding, plus Linda Thorson and Walter Koenig||General SF / Fantasy event. Originally scheduled for Oct. 14-16, 1988
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|style=white-space:nowrap|June 30-July 2, 1989||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||Radisson||PolarisCon I||Sylvester McCoy, John Levene, George Takei, Walter Koenig, <s>John Nathan-Turner</s>, <s>Andrew Cartmel</s>||DW and Star Trek. McCoy had completed all work on [[Survival]]
 
|style=white-space:nowrap|June 30-July 2, 1989||[[St. Paul]]||Minnesota||Radisson||PolarisCon I||Sylvester McCoy, John Levene, George Takei, Walter Koenig, <s>John Nathan-Turner</s>, <s>Andrew Cartmel</s>||DW and Star Trek. McCoy had completed all work on [[Survival]]
 
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||July 28-30, 1989||[[San Jose]]||California||LeBaron Hotel||Timecon 89||Janet Fielding, John Levene||Review in  [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Spaced_out_in_San_Jose The Stanford Daily]
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||July 28-30, 1989||[[San Jose]]||California||LeBaron Hotel||Timecon 89||Janet Fielding, John Levene||Review in  [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Spaced_out_in_San_Jose The Stanford Daily]
 
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||Sept. 22-24, 1989||[[Ohio#Columbus|Columbus]]||Ohio||Ramada Inn||Timelord '89 (aka North American Time Festival) (Timelords of the Miami Valley)||Anthony Ainley, Terry Nation, Ron Katz, <s>Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie</s>||Nicholas Courtney had been invited, but was "dropped". Sylvester McCoy was to be a surprise guest, but he, John Nathan-Turner and Gary Downie never showed up! (In a [[:Media:Timelord '89.jpg|fax]] later sent by Nathan-Turner, they claimed that their plane tickets never arrived so they never made their flight.) Report in DWB 72.
 
||Sept. 22-24, 1989||[[Ohio#Columbus|Columbus]]||Ohio||Ramada Inn||Timelord '89 (aka North American Time Festival) (Timelords of the Miami Valley)||Anthony Ainley, Terry Nation, Ron Katz, <s>Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie</s>||Nicholas Courtney had been invited, but was "dropped". Sylvester McCoy was to be a surprise guest, but he, John Nathan-Turner and Gary Downie never showed up! (In a [[:Media:Timelord '89.jpg|fax]] later sent by Nathan-Turner, they claimed that their plane tickets never arrived so they never made their flight.) Report in DWB 72.
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||Jan. 7-14, 1990||[[Miami]]||Florida||||Omnicon British Fantaseas Cruise||John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||
 
||Jan. 7-14, 1990||[[Miami]]||Florida||||Omnicon British Fantaseas Cruise||John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||
 
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||Feb. 2-4, 1990||[[Dallas]] (Addison)||Texas||Harvey Hotel||Whofest '90 ([[KERA]])||Colin Baker, Terry Nation, <s>Peter Davison</s>, <s>Sandra Dickinson</s>||[http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/KERA-TV_Whofest_%2790 Preview] in The Dallas Morning News
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||Feb. 2-4, 1990||[[Dallas]] (Addison)||Texas||Harvey Hotel||Whofest '90 ([[KERA]])||Colin Baker, Terry Nation, <s>Peter Davison</s>, <s>Sandra Dickinson</s>||[https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/KERA-TV_Whofest_%2790 Preview] in The Dallas Morning News
 
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||Mar. 17, 1990||[[Baltimore]]||Maryland||Omni Hotel||A Day with the Doctor (Friends of Doctor Who)||Tom Baker, Sophie Aldred||Photos of Baker and Aldred together, [https://web.archive.org/web/20170328053115/http://thomas-stewart-baker.com/americantours.html HERE] (bottom of page). Report in DWB 77. Preview in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Cult-show_conventions The Evening Sun].
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||Mar. 17, 1990||[[Baltimore]]||Maryland||Omni Hotel||A Day with the Doctor (Friends of Doctor Who)||Tom Baker, Sophie Aldred||Photos of Baker and Aldred together, [https://web.archive.org/web/20170328053115/http://thomas-stewart-baker.com/americantours.html HERE] (bottom of page). Report in DWB 77. Preview in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Cult-show_conventions The Evening Sun].
 
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||Mar. 23-25, 1990||[[South Carolina|Greenville]]||South Carolina||Hyatt Regency||Magnum Opus V||Terry Nation||
 
||Mar. 23-25, 1990||[[South Carolina|Greenville]]||South Carolina||Hyatt Regency||Magnum Opus V||Terry Nation||
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||Feb. 1-3, 1991||[[Orlando]]||Florida||Ramada Hotel||Omnicon||Tom Baker, Sylvester McCoy||Postponed
 
||Feb. 1-3, 1991||[[Orlando]]||Florida||Ramada Hotel||Omnicon||Tom Baker, Sylvester McCoy||Postponed
 
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||Mar. 22-24, 1991||[[Dallas]]||Texas||Dallas Park Plaza Hotel||WhoFest '91 ([[KERA]])||Peter Davison||Review in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_star_Davison_attends_Dallas_fest Big Spring Herald]
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||Mar. 22-24, 1991||[[Dallas]]||Texas||Dallas Park Plaza Hotel||WhoFest '91 ([[KERA]])||Peter Davison||Review in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_star_Davison_attends_Dallas_fest Big Spring Herald]
 
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||Apr. 6, 1991||[[Indianapolis]]||Indiana||Warren Performing Arts Center||WhoosierCon I (Whoosier Network)||Jon Pertwee, <s>Katy Manning</s>, John Levene, Richard Franklin, John Freeman (DWM), with Nicholas Courtney via telephone||Report in DWB 91. Post con 'thank yous' at [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/rec.arts.tv.uk/9Ang_gu873I/3c_WYAxBYboJ rec.arts.tv.uk]
 
||Apr. 6, 1991||[[Indianapolis]]||Indiana||Warren Performing Arts Center||WhoosierCon I (Whoosier Network)||Jon Pertwee, <s>Katy Manning</s>, John Levene, Richard Franklin, John Freeman (DWM), with Nicholas Courtney via telephone||Report in DWB 91. Post con 'thank yous' at [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/rec.arts.tv.uk/9Ang_gu873I/3c_WYAxBYboJ rec.arts.tv.uk]
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||Apr. 19-21, 1991||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Stony Brook)||New York||State University of NY||I-Con X||Sylvester McCoy, John Levene, <s>Tom Baker</s>||  
 
||Apr. 19-21, 1991||[[:Category:New York City|New York]] (Stony Brook)||New York||State University of NY||I-Con X||Sylvester McCoy, John Levene, <s>Tom Baker</s>||  
 
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||Apr. 26-28, 1991||[[South Carolina|Greenville]]||South Carolina||Greenville Hyatt||Magnum Opus VI||John Levene||Advertisement in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Magnum_Opus_Convention Flagpole]
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||Apr. 26-28, 1991||[[South Carolina|Greenville]]||South Carolina||Greenville Hyatt||Magnum Opus VI||John Levene||Advertisement in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Magnum_Opus_Convention Flagpole]
 
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||May 3-5, 1991||[[Los Angeles]] (Pasadena)||California||Pasadena Hilton||Gallifrey One: The Sequel||Sylvester McCoy, Deborah Watling, Richard Franklin, John Levene, <s>Colin Baker</s>||
 
||May 3-5, 1991||[[Los Angeles]] (Pasadena)||California||Pasadena Hilton||Gallifrey One: The Sequel||Sylvester McCoy, Deborah Watling, Richard Franklin, John Levene, <s>Colin Baker</s>||
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||Nov. 8-10, 1991||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton at Monarch Place||Wishcon||||No Doctor Who guests
 
||Nov. 8-10, 1991||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton at Monarch Place||Wishcon||||No Doctor Who guests
 
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|style=white-space:nowrap|Nov. 29–Dec. 1, 1991||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '91||Tom Baker, David Banks, Jeremy Bentham, John Levene, Mark Strickson, Mary Tamm, Deborah Watling||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_is_just_what_the_doctor_ordered_for_Lambs_Farm_coffers Chicago Tribune]
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|style=white-space:nowrap|Nov. 29–Dec. 1, 1991||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '91||Tom Baker, David Banks, Jeremy Bentham, John Levene, Mark Strickson, Mary Tamm, Deborah Watling||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_is_just_what_the_doctor_ordered_for_Lambs_Farm_coffers Chicago Tribune]
 
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||Feb. 21-23, 1992||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Los Angeles Airport Hilton||Gallifrey One in 3-D||Nicholas Courtney, Sophie Aldred, John Levene||
 
||Feb. 21-23, 1992||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Los Angeles Airport Hilton||Gallifrey One in 3-D||Nicholas Courtney, Sophie Aldred, John Levene||
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||Nov. 6-8, 1992||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton at Monarch Place||Wishcon II||||No Doctor Who guests
 
||Nov. 6-8, 1992||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton at Monarch Place||Wishcon II||||No Doctor Who guests
 
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||Nov. 27–29, 1992||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Ramada O'Hare||Visions '92 ||Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant||Previews in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Visions_Of_Sci-Fi_TV_Stars_Due_Here Chicago Sun-Times] and the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Sci-fi_fans_can_feast_at_holiday_convention Daily Herald]
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||Nov. 27–29, 1992||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Ramada O'Hare||Visions '92 ||Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant||Previews in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Visions_Of_Sci-Fi_TV_Stars_Due_Here Chicago Sun-Times] and the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Sci-fi_fans_can_feast_at_holiday_convention Daily Herald]
 
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||Feb. 20-21, 1993||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Copley Plaza Hotel||K&L Productions||Jon Pertwee||SF media con
 
||Feb. 20-21, 1993||[[Boston]]||Massachusetts||Copley Plaza Hotel||K&L Productions||Jon Pertwee||SF media con
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||June 4-6, 1993||[[Oklahoma|Oklahoma City]]||Oklahoma||Central Plaza Hotel||Thundercon 3||Sylvester McCoy||
 
||June 4-6, 1993||[[Oklahoma|Oklahoma City]]||Oklahoma||Central Plaza Hotel||Thundercon 3||Sylvester McCoy||
 
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||Nov. 19-21, 1993||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton||WishCon III||John Levene||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention%27s_not_lost_on_space_fans Union-News]
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||Nov. 19-21, 1993||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton||WishCon III||John Levene||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention%27s_not_lost_on_space_fans Union-News]
 
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||Nov. 21-28, 1993||Miami||Florida|| ||Who Cruise '93||Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||
 
||Nov. 21-28, 1993||Miami||Florida|| ||Who Cruise '93||Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||
 
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||Nov. 26–28, 1993||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '93||Peter Davison, Colin Baker, <s>Jon Pertwee</s>, <s>Sylvester McCoy</s>, <s>Nicholas Courtney</s>, <s>Deborah Watling</s>, Carole Ann Ford, William Russell, John Levene, Elisabeth Sladen, John Leeson, Anthony Ainley, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Wendy Padbury, <s>Verity Lambert</s>, Christopher Barry, Jean-Marc Lofficier, Randy Lofficier, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Visions_honors_British_TV_sci-fi Chicago Tribune].  The unaired "Big Ron" version of [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcUySUgjYYI Dimensions of Time] was shown.
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||Nov. 26–28, 1993||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '93||Peter Davison, Colin Baker, <s>Jon Pertwee</s>, <s>Sylvester McCoy</s>, <s>Nicholas Courtney</s>, <s>Deborah Watling</s>, Carole Ann Ford, William Russell, John Levene, Elisabeth Sladen, John Leeson, Anthony Ainley, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Wendy Padbury, <s>Verity Lambert</s>, Christopher Barry, Jean-Marc Lofficier, Randy Lofficier, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Visions_honors_British_TV_sci-fi Chicago Tribune].  The unaired "Big Ron" version of [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcUySUgjYYI Dimensions of Time] was shown.
 
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||1993||||||||Panopticon 8||Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts||
 
||1993||||||||Panopticon 8||Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts||
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||Nov. 18-20, 1994||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton at Monarch Place||Wishcon IV||Nicola Bryant||
 
||Nov. 18-20, 1994||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Sheraton at Monarch Place||Wishcon IV||Nicola Bryant||
 
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||Nov. 25–27, 1994||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '94|| Jon Pertwee, Nicholas Courtney, John Levene||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Futurevision Chicago Tribune]
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||Nov. 25–27, 1994||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '94|| Jon Pertwee, Nicholas Courtney, John Levene||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Futurevision Chicago Tribune]
 
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||Feb. 24-26, 1995||[[Los Angeles]] (Irvine)||California||Radisson Plaza Irvine||The Six Wives of Gallifrey One||Peter Davison, Philip Segal, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier||First event to preview developments for what would be the [[TV Movie]], with producer Philip Segal making his first US appearance, and (at the time) fan liaison Jean-Marc Lofficier. Report on Segal's panel and interview in DWM 226
 
||Feb. 24-26, 1995||[[Los Angeles]] (Irvine)||California||Radisson Plaza Irvine||The Six Wives of Gallifrey One||Peter Davison, Philip Segal, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier||First event to preview developments for what would be the [[TV Movie]], with producer Philip Segal making his first US appearance, and (at the time) fan liaison Jean-Marc Lofficier. Report on Segal's panel and interview in DWM 226
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||Nov. 1-3, 1996||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts|| ||United Fan Con VI (U.S. Branch of Unit)||Mary Tamm, John Peel||Earlier events were called '''Wishcon'''
 
||Nov. 1-3, 1996||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts|| ||United Fan Con VI (U.S. Branch of Unit)||Mary Tamm, John Peel||Earlier events were called '''Wishcon'''
 
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||Nov. 29–Dec. 1, 1996||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '96 ||Colin Baker, Yee Jee Tso, Philip Segal, Sarah Sutton, Lalla Ward, Deborah Watling, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell ||Previews in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who%3F Chicago Sun-Times] and the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention's_a_who's_Who_of_that_British_TV_sci-fi_favorite Chicago Tribune]. Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who's_On_First_With_Fans Chicago Sun-Times]
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||Nov. 29–Dec. 1, 1996||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '96 ||Colin Baker, Yee Jee Tso, Philip Segal, Sarah Sutton, Lalla Ward, Deborah Watling, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell ||Previews in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who%3F Chicago Sun-Times] and the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Convention's_a_who's_Who_of_that_British_TV_sci-fi_favorite Chicago Tribune]. Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Who's_On_First_With_Fans Chicago Sun-Times]
 
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||Feb. 14-16, 1997||[[Los Angeles]] (Van Nuys)||California||Airtel Plaza Hotel||Gallifrey One Across the Eighth Dimension||Philip Segal, Michael Craze, Anneke Wills, Yee Jee Tso, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier, Gary Russell, <s>Jon Pertwee</s>||Jon Pertwee accepted the convention's invitation to be a guest in 1997 in May 1996, but died three weeks after sending his acceptance letter.  First Gallifrey One to feature novelists from the Virgin New/Missing Adventures book series.
 
||Feb. 14-16, 1997||[[Los Angeles]] (Van Nuys)||California||Airtel Plaza Hotel||Gallifrey One Across the Eighth Dimension||Philip Segal, Michael Craze, Anneke Wills, Yee Jee Tso, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier, Gary Russell, <s>Jon Pertwee</s>||Jon Pertwee accepted the convention's invitation to be a guest in 1997 in May 1996, but died three weeks after sending his acceptance letter.  First Gallifrey One to feature novelists from the Virgin New/Missing Adventures book series.
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||Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 1997||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Springfield Marriott||United Fan Con VII||Caroline John, Geoffrey Beevers||
 
||Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 1997||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Springfield Marriott||United Fan Con VII||Caroline John, Geoffrey Beevers||
 
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||Nov. 28–30, 1997||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '97||Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Sci-fi_fans_meet_some_favorites Chicago Tribune]
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||Nov. 28–30, 1997||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||Visions '97||Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Sci-fi_fans_meet_some_favorites Chicago Tribune]
 
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||Feb. 13-15, 1998||[[Los Angeles]] (Van Nuys)||California||Airtel Plaza Hotel||The Nine Lives of Gallifrey One||Colin Baker, Deborah Watling, Matthew Waterhouse, Gary Russell, Paul Cornell, Keith Topping, Martin Day, Jac Rayner, Steve Cole, David J Howe, David McIntee, Dave Owen, Gary Gillatt||Gillatt wrote about his convention experience and conducted fan interviews for DWM 264, published in April 1998
 
||Feb. 13-15, 1998||[[Los Angeles]] (Van Nuys)||California||Airtel Plaza Hotel||The Nine Lives of Gallifrey One||Colin Baker, Deborah Watling, Matthew Waterhouse, Gary Russell, Paul Cornell, Keith Topping, Martin Day, Jac Rayner, Steve Cole, David J Howe, David McIntee, Dave Owen, Gary Gillatt||Gillatt wrote about his convention experience and conducted fan interviews for DWM 264, published in April 1998
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||May 15-17, 1998||[[Tacoma]]||Washington||Best Western Executive Inn||Anglicon XI||John Levene||British media con
 
||May 15-17, 1998||[[Tacoma]]||Washington||Best Western Executive Inn||Anglicon XI||John Levene||British media con
 
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||Nov. 20-22, 1998||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Springfield Marriott||United Fan Con VIII||Louise Jameson||Article in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Fans_beaming_in_for_sci-fi_convention The Union News]
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||Nov. 20-22, 1998||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Springfield Marriott||United Fan Con VIII||Louise Jameson||Article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Fans_beaming_in_for_sci-fi_convention The Union News]
 
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||Nov. 27–29, 1998||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||HME Visions '98||Geoffrey Beevers, Louise Jameson, Caroline John, Sylvester McCoy, Mark Strickson||
 
||Nov. 27–29, 1998||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Hyatt Regency O'Hare||HME Visions '98||Geoffrey Beevers, Louise Jameson, Caroline John, Sylvester McCoy, Mark Strickson||
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||Nov. 11-13, 2005||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Springfield Marriott||United Fan Con XV||Sylvester McCoy||
 
||Nov. 11-13, 2005||[[Springfield]]||Massachusetts||Springfield Marriott||United Fan Con XV||Sylvester McCoy||
 
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||Nov. 25-27, 2005||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Wyndham||Chicago TARDIS||Peter Davison, Nicola Bryant,  Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Maggie Stables, Robert Shearman, Nigel Fairs||Preview in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Davison_special_guest_at_'Doctor_Who'_event Chicago Sun-Times]
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||Nov. 25-27, 2005||[[Chicago]] (Rosemont)||Illinois||Wyndham||Chicago TARDIS||Peter Davison, Nicola Bryant,  Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Maggie Stables, Robert Shearman, Nigel Fairs||Preview in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Davison_special_guest_at_'Doctor_Who'_event Chicago Sun-Times]
 
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||Feb. 17-19, 2006||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One in the 17th and a Half Century||Louise Jameson, Noel Clarke, Mary Tamm, Philip Olivier, Pamela Salem, David Warwick, John Schwab, Alan Ruscoe, Nicholas Briggs, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Rob Shearman, Paul Cornell, Keith Boak, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Steve Roberts, Caroline Symcox, James Swallow, David Bishop, Nev Fountain, Keith Topping, Scott Alan Woodard, Darin Henry, Ian Hallard, Jon de Burgh Miller, David J. Howe, Bill Baggs||The first Gallifrey con to feature actor guests from the [[New Series]]. It was also the last to feature the Saturday evening cabaret
 
||Feb. 17-19, 2006||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One in the 17th and a Half Century||Louise Jameson, Noel Clarke, Mary Tamm, Philip Olivier, Pamela Salem, David Warwick, John Schwab, Alan Ruscoe, Nicholas Briggs, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Rob Shearman, Paul Cornell, Keith Boak, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Steve Roberts, Caroline Symcox, James Swallow, David Bishop, Nev Fountain, Keith Topping, Scott Alan Woodard, Darin Henry, Ian Hallard, Jon de Burgh Miller, David J. Howe, Bill Baggs||The first Gallifrey con to feature actor guests from the [[New Series]]. It was also the last to feature the Saturday evening cabaret
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||May 23-26, 2008||Atlanta||[[Georgia]]||Holiday Inn Select||TimeGate VI||John Levene, Lars Pearson||The first five events (2005-2007) had no celebrity guests
 
||May 23-26, 2008||Atlanta||[[Georgia]]||Holiday Inn Select||TimeGate VI||John Levene, Lars Pearson||The first five events (2005-2007) had no celebrity guests
 
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||Nov. 28-30, 2008||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Colin Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Paul Cornell, Nicholas Briggs, Robert Shearman, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Simon Guerrier, India Fisher, Lisa Bowerman, Ciara Janson||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Elisabeth_Sladen_just_what_the_'Doctor'_ordered Chicago Sun-Times]
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||Nov. 28-30, 2008||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Colin Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Paul Cornell, Nicholas Briggs, Robert Shearman, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Simon Guerrier, India Fisher, Lisa Bowerman, Ciara Janson||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Elisabeth_Sladen_just_what_the_'Doctor'_ordered Chicago Sun-Times]
 
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||Feb. 13-15, 2009||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One: 20 to Life||Phil Collinson, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Gareth David-Lloyd, Kai Owen, Naoko Mori, Daphne Ashbrook, Phil Ford, Keith Temple, Paul Cornell, James Moran, Toby Hadoke, Rob Shearman, Gary Russell, Laura Doddington, Ciara Janson, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Tony Lee, Wendy Pini, John Levene, Callum Blue, David J Howe, Simon Guerrier, Peter Anghelides, Steve Roberts, Scott Alan Woodard, Caroline Symcox, Mark Wright, Nev Fountain||
 
||Feb. 13-15, 2009||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One: 20 to Life||Phil Collinson, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Gareth David-Lloyd, Kai Owen, Naoko Mori, Daphne Ashbrook, Phil Ford, Keith Temple, Paul Cornell, James Moran, Toby Hadoke, Rob Shearman, Gary Russell, Laura Doddington, Ciara Janson, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Tony Lee, Wendy Pini, John Levene, Callum Blue, David J Howe, Simon Guerrier, Peter Anghelides, Steve Roberts, Scott Alan Woodard, Caroline Symcox, Mark Wright, Nev Fountain||
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||Nov. 7-12, 2011||[[Orlando]]||[[Florida]]||||Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2011||Paul Marc Davis, Jeremy Bulloch||
 
||Nov. 7-12, 2011||[[Orlando]]||[[Florida]]||||Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2011||Paul Marc Davis, Jeremy Bulloch||
 
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||Nov. 25-27, 2011||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Nicholas Briggs, Benjamin Cook, Richard Dinnick, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Robert Shearman, Mark Sheppard, Andrew Hayden Smith, Matthew Waterhouse||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/They_won't_be_shopping:_'Doctor_Who'_diehards_have_other_plans_on_Friday Elgin Courier-News]
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||Nov. 25-27, 2011||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Nicholas Briggs, Benjamin Cook, Richard Dinnick, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Robert Shearman, Mark Sheppard, Andrew Hayden Smith, Matthew Waterhouse||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/They_won't_be_shopping:_'Doctor_Who'_diehards_have_other_plans_on_Friday Elgin Courier-News]
 
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||Feb. 17-19, 2012||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One's Network 23||Paul McGann, Camille Coduri, William Russell, Mark Sheppard, Louise Jameson, Maureen O’Brien, Caitlin Blackwood, Richard Franklin, Tony Curran, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Eric Roberts, W. Morgan Sheppard, Simon Fisher-Becker, Philip Segal, Toby Haynes, Richard Senior, Eliza Roberts, Nicholas Briggs, Waris Hussein, Barnaby Edwards, Jason-Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Jane Espenson, Doris Egan, John Shiban, Michael Troughton, Beth Chalmers, Lisa Greenwood, Philip Olivier, Nigel Fairs, Phil Ford, Charlie Ross, Simon Guerrier, Peter Anghelides, Richard Dinnick, Jake McGann, Jackie Jenkins, Keith Miller||
 
||Feb. 17-19, 2012||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One's Network 23||Paul McGann, Camille Coduri, William Russell, Mark Sheppard, Louise Jameson, Maureen O’Brien, Caitlin Blackwood, Richard Franklin, Tony Curran, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Eric Roberts, W. Morgan Sheppard, Simon Fisher-Becker, Philip Segal, Toby Haynes, Richard Senior, Eliza Roberts, Nicholas Briggs, Waris Hussein, Barnaby Edwards, Jason-Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Jane Espenson, Doris Egan, John Shiban, Michael Troughton, Beth Chalmers, Lisa Greenwood, Philip Olivier, Nigel Fairs, Phil Ford, Charlie Ross, Simon Guerrier, Peter Anghelides, Richard Dinnick, Jake McGann, Jackie Jenkins, Keith Miller||
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||Nov. 23-25, 2012||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Sophie Aldred, Mark Ayres, Nicholas Briggs, Graeme Burk, Andrew Cartmel, Paul Marc Davis, Richard Dinnick, Simon Fisher-Becker, Burn Gorman, Lisa Greenwood, Toby Hadoke, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sylvester McCoy, Ian McNeice, Anjli Mohindra, Gary Russell, Colin Spaull, Paul Spragg||
 
||Nov. 23-25, 2012||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Sophie Aldred, Mark Ayres, Nicholas Briggs, Graeme Burk, Andrew Cartmel, Paul Marc Davis, Richard Dinnick, Simon Fisher-Becker, Burn Gorman, Lisa Greenwood, Toby Hadoke, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sylvester McCoy, Ian McNeice, Anjli Mohindra, Gary Russell, Colin Spaull, Paul Spragg||
 
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||Feb. 15-17, 2013||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||The 24 Hours of Gallifrey One||Freema Agyeman, <s>Derek Jacobi</s>, Sylvester McCoy, Philip Hinchcliffe, Mark Strickson, Peter Purves, Deborah Watling, Frazer Hines, <s>Bernard Horsfall</s>, Ben Browder, Mark Sheppard, Saul Metzstein, Douglas MacKinnon, June Hudson, Anjli Mohindra, Dick Mills, Daphne Ashbrook, Frances Barber, Michael Jayston, Stephen Thorne, Shaun Dingwall, Neve McIntosh, Dan Starkey, Ian McNeice, Nicholas Briggs, Nicholas Pegg, Andrew Smith, Nina Toussaint-White, Lisa Bowerman, Finn Jones, Gary Russell, Paul Marc Davis, Richard Hope, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Dan Hall, Ed Stradling, Jane Espenson, Julian Holloway, Charlie Ross, Scott Handcock, Peter Anghelides||Horsfall died Jan. 28. Review in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_Convention_Gallifrey_One_Sells_Out,_as_3,200_Fans_Pack_the_L.A._Airport_Marriott LA Weekly]
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||Feb. 15-17, 2013||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||The 24 Hours of Gallifrey One||Freema Agyeman, <s>Derek Jacobi</s>, Sylvester McCoy, Philip Hinchcliffe, Mark Strickson, Peter Purves, Deborah Watling, Frazer Hines, <s>Bernard Horsfall</s>, Ben Browder, Mark Sheppard, Saul Metzstein, Douglas MacKinnon, June Hudson, Anjli Mohindra, Dick Mills, Daphne Ashbrook, Frances Barber, Michael Jayston, Stephen Thorne, Shaun Dingwall, Neve McIntosh, Dan Starkey, Ian McNeice, Nicholas Briggs, Nicholas Pegg, Andrew Smith, Nina Toussaint-White, Lisa Bowerman, Finn Jones, Gary Russell, Paul Marc Davis, Richard Hope, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Dan Hall, Ed Stradling, Jane Espenson, Julian Holloway, Charlie Ross, Scott Handcock, Peter Anghelides||Horsfall died Jan. 28. Review in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_Convention_Gallifrey_One_Sells_Out,_as_3,200_Fans_Pack_the_L.A._Airport_Marriott LA Weekly]
 
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||May 24-26, 2013||Atlanta||[[Georgia]]||Holiday Inn Select||TimeGate XI||Colin Baker, Andrew Cartmel, Colin Spaull||
 
||May 24-26, 2013||Atlanta||[[Georgia]]||Holiday Inn Select||TimeGate XI||Colin Baker, Andrew Cartmel, Colin Spaull||
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||Nov. 1-3, 2013||[[Orlando]]||[[Florida]]||Doubletree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World||Hurricane Who: Category Four||Colin Baker, Frazer Hines, Neve McIntosh, Daphne Ashbrook, Terrance Dicks, Tony Lee, Colin Spaull, Gareth David-Lloyd, David J. Howe, Tommy Knight||
 
||Nov. 1-3, 2013||[[Orlando]]||[[Florida]]||Doubletree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World||Hurricane Who: Category Four||Colin Baker, Frazer Hines, Neve McIntosh, Daphne Ashbrook, Terrance Dicks, Tony Lee, Colin Spaull, Gareth David-Lloyd, David J. Howe, Tommy Knight||
 
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||Nov. 8-10, 2013||[[New York]] (Ronkonkoma)||New York||Holiday Inn Long Island-Islip Airport||L.I. Who||Sylvester McCoy, Daphne Ashbrook, Frazer Hines, Ian McNeice, Waris Hussein, Simon Fisher-Becker||Review in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Convention_Finds_Home_on_Long_Island Long Island Press]
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||Nov. 8-10, 2013||[[New York]] (Ronkonkoma)||New York||Holiday Inn Long Island-Islip Airport||L.I. Who||Sylvester McCoy, Daphne Ashbrook, Frazer Hines, Ian McNeice, Waris Hussein, Simon Fisher-Becker||Review in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Dr._Who_Convention_Finds_Home_on_Long_Island Long Island Press]
 
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||Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2013||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Freema Agyeman, Daphne Ashbrook, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Tracey Childs, Peter Davison, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Frazer Hines, Richard Hope, Michael Jayston, Louise Jameson, Paul McGann, Dick Mills, Terry Molloy, Paul Spragg, Dan Starkey, Ed Stradling, Sarah Sutton, Nina Toussaint-White||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_Who's_Who Chicago Sun-Times]
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||Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2013||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Freema Agyeman, Daphne Ashbrook, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Tracey Childs, Peter Davison, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Frazer Hines, Richard Hope, Michael Jayston, Louise Jameson, Paul McGann, Dick Mills, Terry Molloy, Paul Spragg, Dan Starkey, Ed Stradling, Sarah Sutton, Nina Toussaint-White||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/A_Who's_Who Chicago Sun-Times]
 
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||Feb. 14-16, 2014||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One: 25 Glorious Years||Colin Baker, Billie Piper, Arthur Darvill, Paul McGann, Katy Manning, Nicola Bryant, Jean Marsh, Matthew Waterhouse, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Tom Price, Gareth Thomas, Annette Badland, Mark Sheppard, Daphne Ashbrook, David Banks, Terrance Dicks, Tracey Childs, Lachele Carl, Stuart Milligan, Velile Tshabalala, Amy Pemberton, Chase Masterson, Ricco Ross, Emma Campbell-Jones, Sonita Henry, Jane Goddard, Ellie & Joseph Darcey-Alden, Steve Hughes, Toby Hadoke, Gary Russell, Derek Ritchie, Dominic Glynn, Paul Cornell, Jane Espenson, Rob Shearman, Stephen Cole, Keith Topping, Phil Ford, Peter Anghelides, Tony Lee, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Scott Handcock, David J. Howe, Steve Roberts, ||Hadoke performed "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf" and "My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver"
 
||Feb. 14-16, 2014||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One: 25 Glorious Years||Colin Baker, Billie Piper, Arthur Darvill, Paul McGann, Katy Manning, Nicola Bryant, Jean Marsh, Matthew Waterhouse, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Tom Price, Gareth Thomas, Annette Badland, Mark Sheppard, Daphne Ashbrook, David Banks, Terrance Dicks, Tracey Childs, Lachele Carl, Stuart Milligan, Velile Tshabalala, Amy Pemberton, Chase Masterson, Ricco Ross, Emma Campbell-Jones, Sonita Henry, Jane Goddard, Ellie & Joseph Darcey-Alden, Steve Hughes, Toby Hadoke, Gary Russell, Derek Ritchie, Dominic Glynn, Paul Cornell, Jane Espenson, Rob Shearman, Stephen Cole, Keith Topping, Phil Ford, Peter Anghelides, Tony Lee, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Scott Handcock, David J. Howe, Steve Roberts, ||Hadoke performed "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf" and "My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver"
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||June 2014||Huntsville||[[Alabama]]|| ||Con Kasterborous||Sylvester McCoy, Gareth David-Lloyd, Andrew Cartmel||
 
||June 2014||Huntsville||[[Alabama]]|| ||Con Kasterborous||Sylvester McCoy, Gareth David-Lloyd, Andrew Cartmel||
 
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||Nov. 7-9, 2014||[[New York]] (Ronkonkoma)||New York||Clarion Hotel||L.I. Who 2||Paul McGann, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Terrance Dicks, Terry Molloy||Preview in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/It%27s_about_time_(Newsday) Newsday]. Review in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Long_Island_Doctor_Who_Convention_Outgrows_Venue Long Island Press]
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||Nov. 7-9, 2014||[[New York]] (Ronkonkoma)||New York||Clarion Hotel||L.I. Who 2||Paul McGann, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Terrance Dicks, Terry Molloy||Preview in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/It%27s_about_time_(Newsday) Newsday]. Review in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Long_Island_Doctor_Who_Convention_Outgrows_Venue Long Island Press]
 
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||Nov. 28-30, 2014||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Annette Badland, Nicholas Briggs, Noel Clarke, Camille Coduri, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Joseph Darcey-Alden, Dominic Glynn, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sonita Henry, Frazer Hines, Mat Irvine,  Wendy Padbury, Billie Piper, Deborah Watling||
 
||Nov. 28-30, 2014||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Annette Badland, Nicholas Briggs, Noel Clarke, Camille Coduri, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Joseph Darcey-Alden, Dominic Glynn, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sonita Henry, Frazer Hines, Mat Irvine,  Wendy Padbury, Billie Piper, Deborah Watling||
 
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||Feb. 13-15, 2015||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||The 26 Seasons of Gallifrey One||John Barrowman, Janet Fielding, Eve Myles, Sophie Aldred, Derrick Sherwin, Carole Ann Ford, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Naoko Mori, Burn Gorman, Dan Starkey, Jamie Mathieson, Rachel Talalay, Arwel Wyn Jones, Claire Pritchard, Ellis George, Andrew Cartmel, Bruno Langley, Adjoa Andoh, Phil Ford, Terry Molloy, Nick Robatto, Nicholas Briggs, Mike Tucker, Colin Spaull, Danny Hargreaves, Jane Espenson, Matthew Jacobs, W. Morgan Sheppard, Jason Connery, Juliet Landau, Angela Bruce, Gabriel Woolf, Ross Mullan, Garrick Hagon, Paul Cornell, David Gooderson, Christopher Neame, Marnix van den Broeke, Sarah Louise Madison, Gary Russell, Tony Lee, Peter Anghelides, Jason Haigh-Ellery, David Gerrold, Keith Barnfather, Steve Roberts, Darin Henry||Brief mention in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_conquers_TV_universe Los Angeles Daily News]
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||Feb. 13-15, 2015||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||The 26 Seasons of Gallifrey One||John Barrowman, Janet Fielding, Eve Myles, Sophie Aldred, Derrick Sherwin, Carole Ann Ford, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Naoko Mori, Burn Gorman, Dan Starkey, Jamie Mathieson, Rachel Talalay, Arwel Wyn Jones, Claire Pritchard, Ellis George, Andrew Cartmel, Bruno Langley, Adjoa Andoh, Phil Ford, Terry Molloy, Nick Robatto, Nicholas Briggs, Mike Tucker, Colin Spaull, Danny Hargreaves, Jane Espenson, Matthew Jacobs, W. Morgan Sheppard, Jason Connery, Juliet Landau, Angela Bruce, Gabriel Woolf, Ross Mullan, Garrick Hagon, Paul Cornell, David Gooderson, Christopher Neame, Marnix van den Broeke, Sarah Louise Madison, Gary Russell, Tony Lee, Peter Anghelides, Jason Haigh-Ellery, David Gerrold, Keith Barnfather, Steve Roberts, Darin Henry||Brief mention in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Doctor_Who_conquers_TV_universe Los Angeles Daily News]
 
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||Mar. 27-29, 2015||[[Baltimore]] (Hunt Valley)||Maryland||Hunt Valley Inn||(Re)Generation||Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Tom Baker via Skype, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Andrew Cartmel, Terry Molloy, Deborah Watling, Patricia Quinn, Colin Spaull, Nev Fountain||Preview in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_Doctor_is_in_-_The_Whovians_are_coming_to_Baltimore_County_to_share_their_mutual_love_of_the_cult_sci-fi_TV_series_%27Doctor_Who%27 The Baltimore Sun]
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||Mar. 27-29, 2015||[[Baltimore]] (Hunt Valley)||Maryland||Hunt Valley Inn||(Re)Generation||Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Tom Baker via Skype, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Andrew Cartmel, Terry Molloy, Deborah Watling, Patricia Quinn, Colin Spaull, Nev Fountain||Preview in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/The_Doctor_is_in_-_The_Whovians_are_coming_to_Baltimore_County_to_share_their_mutual_love_of_the_cult_sci-fi_TV_series_%27Doctor_Who%27 The Baltimore Sun]
 
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||Apr. 23-25, 2015||[[Dallas]] (Irving)||Texas||Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel||[[wikipedia:WhoFest|WhoFest 2]] and the Irving Invasion||Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Terry Molloy, Nicholas Briggs||The first event in 2013 had no celebrity guests
 
||Apr. 23-25, 2015||[[Dallas]] (Irving)||Texas||Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel||[[wikipedia:WhoFest|WhoFest 2]] and the Irving Invasion||Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Terry Molloy, Nicholas Briggs||The first event in 2013 had no celebrity guests
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||May 29-31, 2015||[[Twin Cities]] (Bloomington)||Minnesota||Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America||CONsole Room||Colin Baker, Gareth David-Lloyd, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Joseph Darcey-Alden||
 
||May 29-31, 2015||[[Twin Cities]] (Bloomington)||Minnesota||Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America||CONsole Room||Colin Baker, Gareth David-Lloyd, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Joseph Darcey-Alden||
 
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||Oct. 2-4, 2015||Wichita||[[Kansas]]||Best Western North Wichita||Time Eddy||Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Daphne Ashbrook, Victor Pemberton||Preview in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Whovians_to_gather_for_Wichita%27s_first_%27Doctor_Who%27_convention The Wichita Eagle]
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||Oct. 2-4, 2015||Wichita||[[Kansas]]||Best Western North Wichita||Time Eddy||Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Daphne Ashbrook, Victor Pemberton||Preview in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Whovians_to_gather_for_Wichita%27s_first_%27Doctor_Who%27_convention The Wichita Eagle]
 
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||Nov. 13-15, 2015||[[New York]] (Hauppauge)||New York||Hyatt Regency Long Island||L.I. Who 3||Paul McGann, Noel Clarke, Carole Ann Ford, Katy Manning, Janet Fielding, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Camille Coduri, Nina Toussaint-White, Daphne Ashbrook, Derrick Sherwin, Dan Starkey, Annette Badland, Ian McNeice||
 
||Nov. 13-15, 2015||[[New York]] (Hauppauge)||New York||Hyatt Regency Long Island||L.I. Who 3||Paul McGann, Noel Clarke, Carole Ann Ford, Katy Manning, Janet Fielding, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Camille Coduri, Nina Toussaint-White, Daphne Ashbrook, Derrick Sherwin, Dan Starkey, Annette Badland, Ian McNeice||
 
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||Nov. 27-29, 2015||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Samuel Anderson, Nicholas Briggs, Seán Carlson, Richard Franklin, Burn Gorman, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Christopher Jones, Finn Jones, Alex Kingston, John Levene, Sarah Louise Madison, Katy Manning, Chase Masterson, Paul McGann, Ross Mullan, Ingrid Oliver, Tom Spilsbury||Article in the [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/TARDIS_gathering_has_links_to_area Elgin Courier-News]
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||Nov. 27-29, 2015||[[Chicago]] (Lombard)||Illinois||Westin Yorktown Center||Chicago TARDIS||Samuel Anderson, Nicholas Briggs, Seán Carlson, Richard Franklin, Burn Gorman, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Christopher Jones, Finn Jones, Alex Kingston, John Levene, Sarah Louise Madison, Katy Manning, Chase Masterson, Paul McGann, Ross Mullan, Ingrid Oliver, Tom Spilsbury||Article in the [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/TARDIS_gathering_has_links_to_area Elgin Courier-News]
 
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||Feb. 12-14, 2016||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One: Station 27||John Hurt, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Michelle Gomez, Samuel Anderson, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Ingrid Oliver, Neve McIntosh, Sarah Dollard, Jamie Mathieson, Andy Pryor, Patricia Quinn, Julian Glover, Ian McNeice, Naoko Mori, Jessica Martin, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Clare Higgins, Sarah Douglas, India Fisher, Seán Carlsen, Will Thorp, Jami Reid-Quarrell, Matthew Doman, Andrew Cartmel, Andy Lane, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell, Simon Guerrier, Nev Fountain, Nick Robatto, Tony Lee, Matthew Jacobs, Richard Dinnick, Jason Haigh-Ellery||
 
||Feb. 12-14, 2016||[[Los Angeles]]||California||Marriott LAX||Gallifrey One: Station 27||John Hurt, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Michelle Gomez, Samuel Anderson, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Ingrid Oliver, Neve McIntosh, Sarah Dollard, Jamie Mathieson, Andy Pryor, Patricia Quinn, Julian Glover, Ian McNeice, Naoko Mori, Jessica Martin, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Clare Higgins, Sarah Douglas, India Fisher, Seán Carlsen, Will Thorp, Jami Reid-Quarrell, Matthew Doman, Andrew Cartmel, Andy Lane, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell, Simon Guerrier, Nev Fountain, Nick Robatto, Tony Lee, Matthew Jacobs, Richard Dinnick, Jason Haigh-Ellery||
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||Apr. 3-9, 2016||[[Miami]]||[[Florida]]||||Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2016||Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Ian McNeice, Terry Molloy, Colin Spaull, Katy Manning||
 
||Apr. 3-9, 2016||[[Miami]]||[[Florida]]||||Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2016||Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Ian McNeice, Terry Molloy, Colin Spaull, Katy Manning||
 
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||Apr. 22-24, 2016||[[Dallas]] (Irving)||Texas||Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel||[[wikipedia:WhoFest|WhoFest 3 and the Daleks of DFW]]||Eve Myles, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Richard Franklin, Andrew Cartmel, Simon Fisher-Becker, Ian McNeice, Colin Spaull||Article in [http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Fans_celebrate_a_sci-fi_legacy_at_WhoFest_3 The Irving Rambler]
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||Apr. 22-24, 2016||[[Dallas]] (Irving)||Texas||Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel||[[wikipedia:WhoFest|WhoFest 3 and the Daleks of DFW]]||Eve Myles, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Richard Franklin, Andrew Cartmel, Simon Fisher-Becker, Ian McNeice, Colin Spaull||Article in [https://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Fans_celebrate_a_sci-fi_legacy_at_WhoFest_3 The Irving Rambler]
 
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||May 20-22, 2016||Laconia||[[New Hampshire]]||Margate Hotel & Resort||Coal Hill Con||Andrew Cartmel, Terry Molloy||
 
||May 20-22, 2016||Laconia||[[New Hampshire]]||Margate Hotel & Resort||Coal Hill Con||Andrew Cartmel, Terry Molloy||

Latest revision as of 03:32, 11 November 2019

  • This list of over 430 events contains only conventions where Doctor Who cast or crew attended.
  • There were hundreds if not thousands of fan-run gatherings, mini-conventions and events (such as pledge drives) that aren't covered here. Also omitted are Blakes 7 conventions where Terry Nation was the only Doctor Who guest, and events where Douglas Adams, in his capacity as creator of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, was also a guest.
  • Persons whose names are struck through are identified in publicity or other advertising material as attending, but who ultimately did not appear at the event
  • Additional information, such as convention booklets and advertising flyers, can be found for some of the events on the relevant city / state profile and at the Doctor Who Cuttings Archive
  • The Gallifrey One conventions (ongoing since 1990) feature many guests from the TV, audio, print and periferal worlds of Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as from other popular SF films and TV series. We have therefore not included everyone in our lists here (but a full roll call of convention guests can be seen at the Gallifrey One Conventions site).


Date City State Venue Name (organizers) Guests Notes
July 6-8, 1979 Los Angeles California LA Marriott Los Angeles Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Convention No Doctor Who guests, but continuous videos of the series played in the "Doctor Who Theatre". Report in Starlog 25
Dec. 1, 1979 Los Angeles California Continental Hyatt House The Doctor Who Convention (Gallifreyan Irregulars) Tom Baker, Graham Williams, Terrance Dicks, Gerry Davis, Don Gallacher (music producer of Mankind's disco version of the theme-tune) Baker and Williams showed up at the eleventh hour; the studio sessions for Shada had been cancelled and they had nothing else to do that weekend. Video room included The Daemons and Nightmare of Eden 1. Baker stayed until the next day to do a signing at Venice Beach. Extensive con report and interview with Baker in Starlog 34. Interview with Dicks in Starlog 37.
Mar. 1-2, 1980 Los Angeles California Hyatt Regency Who 1 (Gallifreyan Irregulars) Ian Marter, Elisabeth Sladen, Terrance Dicks, Pat Dunlop Report and interviews in Starlog 42. Sladen's appearance mentioned in the Liverpool Echo.
Aug. 14-16, 1981 Tulsa Oklahoma Camelot Hotel Panopticon West Tom Baker, Lalla Ward, Peter Davison (1st con), Sandra Dickinson, John Nathan-Turner (1st con), David Valla (The War Games) Davison had finished recording Kinda the day before. Guests are only there on the 16th, due to an air-traffic controllers strike that delayed their flight. Videos shown include The Edge of Destruction, The Rescue, An Unearthly Child 1. Interviews with JNT and Davison in Fantastic Films 28, Fantasy Empire 4, and Davison in Starlog 62, article in Tulsa World
Feb./Mar.?, 1982 Gainesville Florida University of Florida John Nathan-Turner Nathan-Turner showed tapes of Peter Davison stories (We're not exactly sure when this event was; it would have likely been soon after season 19 had wrapped (8 Feb 1982) and before rehearsals for season 20 had commenced (on 30 March 1982). (OmniCon III was held in Fort Lauderdale from 5-7 Feb; if JNT was in the US for that, the visit to Gainesville may have been as a side-trip.)
July 16-18, 1982 Chicago Illinois Americana Congress Panopticon West II John Nathan-Turner, Sarah Sutton, Elisabeth Sladen, Terry Nation, Anthony Ainley, Terry Sampson (BBC Enterprises) Also known as "Sweatcon". There were between 3,000 and 6,000 attendees each day, and no air-conditioning! Recording on Arc of Infinity had just been completed; Nathan-Turner announced the pre-sale to the US of 78 Peter Davison episodes (i.e. three seasons worth). It was while at this event that Nathan-Turner sounded out Nation for permission to do a Dalek story to close the 20th season. The KRMA documentary Once Upon a Time Lord was filmed. Season 19 shown in video room. Reports in DWM 76 and Fantasy Empire 6. Presumably the interview with JNT in Starlog 62 was conducted here. Preview in the Chicago Tribune. Brief mentions in the Daily Express and the Aberdeen Evening Press. AP photo of Ainley and fans appeared in several newspapers.
Aug. 21-22, 1982 New Orleans Louisiana Terrance Dicks On the morning of 22 August, Dicks was woken by a telephone call from script editor Eric Saward asking him to write The Five Doctors
Sept. 18-19, 1982 Denver Colorado Star Con-Denver VI John Nathan-Turner It was while at this convention, that Doctor Who Fan Club of America president, Ron Katz, established an "agreement" with John Nathan-Turner for the club to sell "unofficial" DWFCA merchandise. Castrovalva and Earthshock were shown.
Oct. 23, 1982 Fort Lauderdale Florida Oceanside Holiday Inn? Galaxy Party (Omnicon) Jon Pertwee (first U.S. con) Report and photos in Fantasy Empire 6.
Nov. 21, 1982 Denver Colorado Mammoth Gardens Whovian Festival II (aka Colorado Whovian Festival) Sarah Sutton, Anthony Ainley This was the first event run by the newly-formed Doctor Who Fan Club of America (DWFCA). Whovian Festival I (June 5, 1982) was a local gathering with no celebrity guests.
Feb. 4-6, 1983 Fort Lauderdale Florida Oceanside Holiday Inn Omnicon IV Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney (?), John McElroy (DWAS) DW and Star Trek. Davison - who wore his Doctor's costume - had just completed recording Enlightenment. Courtney often talks of his first-ever US convention where he encountered lots of female fans dressed as the Brigadier. (In his autobiography, "Still Getting Away With It" (2005), Courtney says his first US con was at the Holiday Inn in Fort Lauderdale, in 1982 - soon after he'd finished Mawdryn Undead. Since the only Fort Lauderdale convention we know of in 1982 was Omnicon, held in February, at least six months before Mawdryn Undead, we feel sure Courtney has the year incorrect, and that the year of his first con was 1983, although none of the press stories about the event mention him being there...) Articles in the Galveston Daily News, Sun-Sentinel and Tallahassee Democrat. Report in Fantasy Empire 1983 Summer Special.
Feb. 13, 1983 Chicago Illinois New Fantasy Shop John Nathan-Turner More of a signing than a convention, photos of event HERE. A group of fans had earlier staged their own version of The Five Doctors; they appeared at the event still in costume, and the group was photographed with JNT. Photos of Nathan-Turner with the costumed fans appear in the Radio Times 20th Anniversary Special. Photo of JNT in DWM 83.
Feb. 19-20, 1983 Chicago Illinois New Fantasy Shop Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson More of a signing than a convention; signing sessions ran from noon-2pm, then 4-6pm on the first day, and noon-2pm, 3-5pm on the second. A (delayed) story was run in the 6 May 1983 Daily Herald. Photos in DWM 83, and HERE, and HERE (from the 20th).
Mar. 13, 1983 Gainesville Florida UF Carleton Auditorium Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) mini-festival Ron Katz Probably no guests. Katz showed two stories: "Ones that haven't aired yet, featuring Peter Davison." Story in the The Sun
May 27-30, 1983 San Francisco (Palo Alto) California NADWAS Tom Baker, Christopher Crouch (BBC Enterprises) Baker and Crouch were interviewed for Doctor Who in America
May 28-30, 1983 Seattle Washington Seattle Trade Center Futurefest 83 Not sure if any DW guests attended.
July 9-10, 1983 Tampa Florida McKay Auditorium Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. Interview with Sladen in Starlog 77 (conducted sometime during this July visit). Brief mention in the Liverpool Echo. Preview in the Tallahassee Democrat. Review in the Tampa Tribune.
July 13, 1983 Chapel Hill North Carolina Hamilton Hall, University of NC Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner Reports in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983, KITH Newsletter, and Star-News
July 16-17, 1983 New York New York Beacon Theatre Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner? Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. According to a contemporary fanzine report, Nathan-Turner attended three US cons in six weeks. We know he attended Panopticon West III from 22-24 July and the 20th Anniversary Con in August, so the third con was either before Panopticon or after ComicCon, or between the two. This third con is highly likely to have been this New York event, which was one of many Whovian Festival Tours with Pertwee, Sladen and Nathan-Turner being held at the time. (Nathan-Turner was certainly back in the UK by 19 August 1983, in order to arrange and attend the press conference / photo-shoot announcing Colin Baker as the sixth Doctor.)
July 16-17, 1983 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Sheraton International O'Hare Creation Tom Baker Report in Fantasy Empire Collectors Edition No 1, and photos in DWM 83, and HERE. Tom Baker appeared on local news.
July 19, 1983 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Walnut Street Theatre Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, John Nathan-Turner? Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983. Review in the Courier-Post.
July 22-24, 1983 Columbus Ohio Quality Inn Panopticon West III (Prydonian Renegades) John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, Fiona Cumming, John Levene, Ian Fraser, David Saunders (from DWAS) Nathan-Turner was therefore absent for the final day's location filming on The Awakening. Saunders recalls that rumours were circulating at the con that Colin Baker had been cast as the sixth Doctor. Report in Fantasy Empire 12, and interview with Ainley in Starlog 80, and JNT in Starlog 82. Footage shown in The Whovians
July 23-24, 1983 Chicago Illinois Granada Theatre Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen Photos in DWM 83. Report in Whovian Times, Oct. 1983 and The South Bend Tribune.
July 30-31, 1983 Denver Colorado Paramount Theatre Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen A selection of early black and white stories and colour Pertwees was shown, plus brand new Season 20 episodes. Also screened were episodes of Worzel Gummidge
Aug. 12-14, 1983 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Ramada O'Hare The Authorized Dr. Who 20th Anniversary Celebration (ComicCon) Peter Davison, Ian Marter, Janet Fielding (1st con), John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney Recording for Frontios had just been completed. Nathan-Turner brought tapes of season 20 episodes. Reports in DWM 83 and Fantasy Empire 13, and photos HERE
Aug. 20-21, 1983 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation John Leeson Leeson often speaks of the time he was once the sole guest at a convention in Philadelphia, where (in disguise) he participated in a "K9 sound-alike competition" - and lost! Presumably it was this one. Photo of "disguised" Leeson in Starlog 143. Article in The Inquirer
Oct. 1-2, 1983 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Creation Tom Baker, Louise Jameson
Nov. 19-20, 1983 Boston Massachusetts Boston Sheraton Creation Tom Baker Articles in The Sunday Times and The Boston College Heights.
Nov. 19-20, 1983 Chapel Hill North Carolina University of NC Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time)
Nov. 26-27, 1983 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare The Ultimate Celebration (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton (1st con), Peter Davison, Nicholas Courtney, Ian Marter, John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, John Leeson, Janet Fielding, Elisabeth Sladen, Carole Ann Ford, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Louise Jameson, Mary Tamm, Nicola Bryant, Fiona Cumming, Ian Fraser, Gary Downie, Julie Brennan, Terry Nation, Peter Moffatt, Matthew Waterhouse Location filming for The Caves of Androzani had been completed the week before. On 25 November 1983, at the end of the UK broadcast of The Five Doctors, Peter Davison was briefly interviewed by Terry Wogan, and said he was flying off to a US convention in Chicago. On 28 November, various UK news bulletins, such as BBC 1 News and Newsround reported on the event, one of which was used in the 29 November edition of Video Dispatch in New Zealand. Also on 29 November, Entertainment Tonight reported on the convention. On 3 December, Entertainment This Week ran the same story, but with an edit that omitted the majority of the clips from The Five Doctors. That same edition of ETW aired in New Zealand on 17 December 1983, and in Australia on 8 January 1984. The existing elements of Shada were shown for the first time. A full con report appeared in DWM "Merchandise Special" 1984. Pertwee recorded a voiceover for the con's TV commercial. Fan Video of Pertwee, Sladen, Courtney on stage: PART 1; PART 2; panel footage HERE. Photos HERE. Report in DWB 7 & 8, photos and interview with Cumming in Fantasy Empire 15, report in Fantasy Empire 16.
Feb. 3-5, 1984 Fort Lauderdale Florida Oceanside Holiday Inn Omnicon V John Nathan-Turner, Colin Baker (1st con), Nicola Bryant, Anthony Ainley, Nicholas Courtney The first studio session for The Twin Dilemma had been completed. Baker and Bryant wore their costumes. Report and extensive interview with Baker in Fantasy Empire 12; report in Fantasy Empire 15.
Feb. 11-12, 1984 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Tom Baker Footage appears in the NJN documentary Doctor Who's Who's Who, and some can be seen HERE
Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1984 St. Louis Missouri Henry VII Inn and Lodge Panopticon West (NADWAS) Tom Baker Baker was interviewed in the Post-Dispatch
May 26-28, 1984 Rochester New York Creation Nicholas Courtney, Terrance Dicks
June 2-3, 1984 San Francisco California Creation Sarah Sutton
June 9-10, 1984 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Nicholas Courtney, Sarah Sutton, Ian Marter Report on NJN. Footage appears in the NJN documentary Doctor Who's Who's Who
June 15-17, 1984 Columbus Ohio Quality Inn Time Festival Panopticon West IV (aka DWExpo '84) Colin Baker & Marion Wyatt, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, Elisabeth Sladen, Nicola Bryant Report in DWM 96, and interviews with Nathan-Turner and Baker in Marvel US #5. Location filming for Attack of the Cybermen had just been completed; Nathan-Turner was unavailable for comment on the Koo Stark incident.
June 16-17, 1984 Washington (Arlington, Va.) District of Columbia Hyatt Regency Crystal City Creation Elisabeth Sladen, Sarah Sutton
June 23-24, 1984 Boston Massachusetts Creation
June 30-July 1, 1984 Detroit Michigan Creation
July 6-8, 1984 Mobile Alabama Riverview Plaza Gulf Con 84 Elisabeth Sladen
July 7-8, 1984 Denver Colorado Creation
July 14-15, 1984 Boston Massachusetts Boston Park Plaza Hotel Creation Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen
July 21-22, 1984 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Creation Mary Tamm Doctor Who in America premiered here.
July 27-29, 1984 St. Louis Missouri Gateway Con II John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley, Mary Tamm?
July 28-29, 1984 Tampa Florida Airport Holiday Inn Creation Ian Marter, Ron Katz Preview in the Lakeland Ledger
Aug. 3-5, 1984 San Jose California Sainte Claire Hotel Convention Center Timecon 84 Jon Pertwee, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney, Gerry Davis, Jonathan Frid DW and Dark Shadows. Nathan-Turner was absent from rehearsals for The Two Doctors
Aug. 3-5, 1984 Buffalo New York Pyramids of Buffalo John Nathan-Turner
Aug. 17-19, 1984 St. Louis (Clayton) Missouri Clayton Plaza Holiday Inn Tardiscon '84 (Celestial Intervention Agency) Louise Jameson, Nicholas Courtney, John Leeson, Ian Marter Another "K9 sound-alike contest" was held. Interview with Marter in Starlog 124. Misleading ad in the Post-Dispatch
Aug. 25-26, 1984 Manhattan New York Omni Park Central Creation Summer Expo Mary Tamm
Sept. 15-16, 1984 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Louise Jameson, Terrance Dicks Preview in the Courier-Post
Sept. 22-23, 1984 New Orleans Louisiana Hyatt Regency Creation
Sept. 29-30, 1984 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Creation Mark Strickson, John Leeson DW and Star Trek
Oct. 6-7, 1984 San Francisco California Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Creation Terry Nation DW and Star Trek
Oct. 6-7, 1984 Boston Massachusetts Marriott Copley Place Creation
Oct. 13-14, 1984 Atlanta Georgia Omni Hotel Creation
Oct. 20-21, 1984 St. Louis Missouri Bel Air Hilton Creation Mary Tamm
Nov. 3-4, 1984 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Matthew Waterhouse, Mark Strickson? Article in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Nov. 9-11, 1984 Buffalo New York Executive Hotel Buffalo Airport Buffalo Who Fest 1984 Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, Mary Tamm, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, Gerry Davis, Gail Bennett Location filming for The Mark of the Rani had just been completed. Report in Fantasy Empire 18
Nov. 16-17, 1984 Raleigh North Carolina Mission Valley Inn Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time) Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen
Nov. 23-25, 1984 New York (Manhattan) New York Omni Park Central Hotel Creation Mary Tamm? In her autobiography Second Generation, Tamm mentions being the sole DW guest at a general SF con held in New York, her first-ever visit to that city (although she recalls seeing people dressed in Star Trek The Next Generation costumes, that must be a mixed memory, as that series didn't start until 1987)
Nov. 23-25, 1984 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare TARDIS 21 (Spirit of Light) Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley, Nicholas Courtney, Nicola Bryant, Janet Fielding, Elisabeth Sladen, Lalla Ward, Mark Strickson, Frazer Hines, John Nathan-Turner, Terrance Dicks, Ian Marter, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Mary Tamm Location filming for The Mark of the Rani had been completed. Pertwee and Troughton performed their infamous water-pistol fights. Pertwee recorded a segment for Son of Svengoolie and was interviewed on WGN Radio. Report in DWM 99, DWB 19, and Fantasy Empire 19, and photos HERE, and extensive photo gallery HERE. Preview in the Tinley Park Star. Articles in the Sun-Times and The Washingon Post
Jan. 12-13, 1985 Boston Massachusetts Marriott Copley Place Creation Sarah Sutton, James Doohan DW and Star Trek
Jan. 26-27, 1985 San Francisco California Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Creation Mark Strickson DW and Star Trek
Feb?, 1985 Miami Florida (Omnicon VI?) Nicholas Courtney Courtney attended a Miami convention in early 1985 - possibly Omnicon VI
Feb. 9-10, 1985 Champaign Illinois Chancellor Inn Convention Center Time Travellers Anonymous Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, Sarah Lee, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton Production on Revelation of the Daleks had recently been completed. The city was affected by a blizzard, which prevented many from attending. It was on the flight home that Baker read the script for "The Nightmare Fair", which would have been the first story of season 23. Preview in The Pantagraph. Order form in WILL's magazine.
Feb. 9-10, 1985 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Mary Tamm DW and Star Trek. Presumably the interview with Tamm appearing in the NJN documentary Doctor Who's Who's Who (and The Home Whovian video) was recorded at this event. Interview with Tamm in Starlog 95. Preview and review in The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Feb. 23-24, 1985 Philadelphia (King of Prussia) Pennsylvania Valley Forge Convention Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner Starting in 1985, the Whovian Festival Tour was renamed Doctor Who Festival (we have retained the old name in this guide for consistency). Attack of the Cybermen, Vengeance on Varos and The Mark of the Rani are shown. Was this the convention when the tape of Shada was stolen?. Presumably the Nathan-Turner and Baker interviews appearing in the NJN documentary Doctor Who's Who's Who (and The Home Whovian video) were recorded at this event. Soft rumours about the series being cancelled had been circulating. On returning home, Nathan-Turner was summoned to see his bosses...
Mar. 8, 1985 Tampa Florida Tampa Theatre Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner This was Nathan-Turner's first US con after the series had been placed on "hiatus". The event was publicized in the Lakeland Ledger, Mar. 1 and reviewed Mar. 15. Davison and Nathan-Turner interviewed in the Tampa Tribune
Mar. 9, 1985 Gainesville Florida O'Connell Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner
Mar. 10, 1985 Tallahassee Florida Civic Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner
Mar. 15-17, 1985 St. Louis Missouri Henry VIII Hotel Hitchhiking to Gallifrey Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson, Mark Wing-Davey Three month-old Georgia Moffett was in attendance
Mar. 16-17, 1985 New York (Manhattan) New York Roosevelt Hotel Creation John Nathan-Turner Attack of the Cybermen and Vengeance on Varos are shown. Con report in Starlog 96
Mar. 22, 1985 Madison Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks Preview in the Capital Times. Article in the Capital Times and the Wisconsin State Journal
Mar. 23, 1985 Chicago Illinois Westin Hotel Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks The Daemons and Attack of the Cybermen are shown. Report in Fantasy Image 3.
Mar. 23-24, 1985 Rochester New York Gateway Inn Creation
Mar. 24, 1985 St. Louis Missouri Marriott Hotel Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks
Mar. 30-31, 1985 Boston Massachusetts Boston Sheraton Starlog SF, Horror & Fantasy Festival Nicholas Courtney This was one of the first of several Starlog conventions held throughout the year. Con report in Starlog 96
Apr. 13-14, 1985 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation (Salute to Doctor Who) Peter Davison, Terrance Dicks It was Davison's birthday. The sign on stage said "Peter Davidson"! A "Save the Doctor" rally was held. Interview with Dicks in Marvel US #11, and Davison in #16-17
Apr. 20, 1985 Portland Oregon Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner Attack of the Cybermen and The Two Doctors are shown. Review at net.tv.drwho
Apr. 21, 1985 San Jose California Civic Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner Attack of the Cybermen and The Two Doctors are shown
Apr. 26-28, 1985 Austin Texas Villa Capri Hotel Who-Tex Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker This would appear to be the convention at which photos were taken of Baker sitting in the trunk of a car with the registration plate DR WHO 6, as seen in Starlog 132
Apr. 27-28, 1985 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Creation Sarah Sutton?
May 1985 Tallahassee Florida Leon County Civic Center Omnicon Peter Davison, Jon Pertwee?, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, Nicholas Courtney, Michael Keating DW and Blakes 7. JNT and Downie spent most of May 1985 on holiday in the States, and attended several conventions while there. Omnicon is so far the only one we have identified.
May 17-19, 1985 Atlanta Georgia Northlake Hilton Dixie-Trek 5 Jon Pertwee, Terry Nation
May 25-27, 1985 Los Angeles California Ambassador Hotel Creation
June 8-9, 1985 San Francisco California Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Creation Nicholas Courtney DW and Star Trek
June 8-9, 1985 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Matthew Waterhouse DW and Star Trek
June 14-16, 1985 Phoenix (Scottsdale) Arizona La Posada Hotel Phoenixcon Louise Jameson, John Leeson
June 15-16, 1985 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Starlog SF, Horror & Fantasy Festival (Creation) Janet Fielding, (Nicholas Courtney?) General SF. Courtney appeared at a Philadelphia convention, possibly in 1985 - it may have been this Starlog Festival, a follow-on from his appearance at the earlier Starlog Festival in March
June 29-30, 1985 Tampa Florida Hyatt Regency Creation Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, Mark Strickson Only 150 attended - nicknamed The Convention of Death; the guests didn't get paid
July 12-14, 1985 New Orleans Louisiana International Hotel Panopticon New Orleans/1985 North American Time Festival Colin Baker & Marion Wyatt, John Nathan-Turner, Nicholas Courtney, Gary Downie, Anthony Ainley?, Ian Levine Theme was Mardi Gras. Baker and Nathan-Turner dressed as Time Lords (photos of JNT dressed in his floral Time Lord gown abound). A JNT "Look-a-like" contest was held. The They All Axed for Who video documentary was filmed here. Articles in the Times-Picayune, The Victoria Advocate and The Daytona Beach Morning Journal
July 26-28, 1985 San Jose California Convention and Cultural Center Timecon 85 Colin Baker, Patrick Troughton, Richard Franklin
July 27-28, 1985 Manhattan New York Roosevelt Hotel Creation Matthew Waterhouse
1985 Spokane Washington Nicholas Courtney, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Anthony Ainley, Katy Manning, Ian Marter, John Nathan-Turner In his 2005 autobiography, "Still Getting Away With It", Courtney mentions this poorly-run convention, at which the guests had to pay their own travels costs. They were to be reimbursed, but due to very poor attendance (only 150 people) they were not paid.
Aug. 2-4, 1985 Tampa Florida Sheraton-Tampa Motor Hotel Tampa Bay Who Fest 1985 Jon Pertwee, Nicholas Courtney, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Ian Marter, plus John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie
Aug. 10-11, 1985 New York New York Jon Pertwee
Aug. 10-11, 1985 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Mark Strickson
Aug. 11, 1985 Bellingham Washington Western Washington University Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Nicholas Courtney Flier seen in They All Axed for Who. Con fictionalized in "So Little Time" by Ryan Boudinot
Aug. 13-14, 1985 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Jon Pertwee
Aug. 16-18, 1985 Rochester New York Jon Pertwee
Aug. 16-18, 1985 St. Louis (Clayton) Missouri Clayton Plaza Holiday Inn Tardiscon 85 (Celestial Intervention Agency) Ian Marter, Janet Fielding, Frazer Hines
Aug. 22-23, 1985 Buffalo New York Jon Pertwee
Aug. 24-25, 1985 Albany or Syracuse New York Jon Pertwee
Aug. 24-25, 1985 Boston Massachusetts Hyatt Regency Creation Mark Strickson, Judson Scott DW and Star Trek. Article in the Boston Globe
Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 1985 Philadelphia (King of Prussia) Pennsylvania Valley Forge Convention & Exhibit Center Spirit of Light
Sept. 7-8, 1985 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Creation Peter Davison An Unearthly Child, The Dalek Invasion of Earth and The Seeds of Death shown in the video room
Sept. 7-8, 1985 Scranton Pennsylvania Hilton Creation Nicholas Courtney Article in The Scrantonian
Sept. 14-15, 1985 New York Hilton The New York Doctor Who Festival (DWFCA and Creation) Sarah Sutton
1985? Cleveland Ohio Nicholas Courtney Courtney appeared at a Cleveland convention, possibly in 1985. (May have been Earthcon V, held at Cleveland Hilton South, 20-22 Sept.)
Oct. 1985 Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton Troughton commenced the October Tour on his own, and was later joined by Colin Baker in Houston...
Oct. 4, 1985 Houston Texas Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker
Oct. 5-6, 1985 Tampa Florida Curtis Hixon Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, Richard Franklin
Oct. 11, 1985 Rochester New York Riverside Convention Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker
Oct. 13, 1985 Stratford? Connecticut Fairfield University? Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker, Jon Pertwee?, John Nathan-Turner
Oct. 18, 1985 New Hampshire Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker
Oct. 18-20, 1985 Philadelphia (King of Prussia) Pennsylvania Valley Forge Convention Center Whoevent 85 (Aerosports/Spirit of Light) Jon Pertwee, Anthony Ainley, John Levene, Elisabeth Sladen, Lalla Ward, Janet Fielding, Nicola Bryant, Terry Walsh, Carole Anne Ford Article in The Morning Call
Oct. 26-27, 1985 San Francisco (Palo Alto) California Hyatt Rickey's Creation Matthew Waterhouse, Roger C. Carmel DW and Star Trek
Nov. 8-10, 1985 Buffalo New York Executive Hotel Buffalo Who Fest 1985 Peter Davison, Ian Marter, John Nathan-Turner, Janet Fielding, Gary Downie?
Nov. 9-10, 1985 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Creation Nicholas Courtney, Nichelle Nichols DW and Star Trek
Nov. 16-18, 1985 Raleigh North Carolina Mission Valley Inn Contrast (The Guardians of Light & Time) DW and general SF
Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1985 Chicago Illinois Hyatt Regency TARDIS 22 (Spirit of Light) Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Janet Fielding, Louise Jameson, Elisabeth Sladen, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Terry Walsh, Lalla Ward, John Nathan-Turner, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Anthony Ainley, Paul Darrow, Jacqueline Pearce Report on local news. Blakes 7 shown in video room. Photos HERE. Photo in the Sun-Times. Troughton and Pertwee did local radio interviews on the 27th.
Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1985 New York (Manhattan) New York Roosevelt Hotel Creation Terrance Dicks Did Dicks ever wonder why he wasn't invited to Chicago?
1985 Nicholas Courtney In his 2005 autobiography, "Still Getting Away With It", Courtney says he attended around 12 US conventions in 1985. We have identified (by date and name) only ten of them...
Jan. 11-12, 1986 Chicago Illinois Continental Hotel Creation
Jan. 18-19, 1986 Washington (Arlington, Va.) District of Columbia Hyatt Regency Crystal City Creation
Jan. 25-26, 1986 Boston (Cambridge) Massachusetts Hyatt Regency Cambridge Creation
Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 1986 Miami Florida Miami Airport Hilton Omnicon VII Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner, Paul Darrow, Caroline Munro, James Doohan, Majel Barrett DW, Blakes 7 and Star Trek. A photo of Troughton with Munro appears in Starlog 121
Feb. 1-2, 1986 San Francisco California Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Creation
Feb. 21-23, 1986 Madison Wisconsin Concourse Hotel WisCon 10 (The Society for the Furtherance & Study of Fantasy & Science Fiction) Roger Mueller, John Ostrander Preview in the Wisconsin State Journal
Feb. 22-23, 1986 New York New York Roosevelt Hotel Creation Mark Strickson
Mar. 2, 1986 Tampa Florida Tampa Theatre Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA and WEDU) Colin Baker Preview in the Tampa Bay Times
Mar. 8-9, 1986 Oakland California Hyatt Oakland Creation
Mar. 20, 1986 Concord New Hampshire Highway Hotel Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton Troughton was travelling with the USA bus tour. Audio clips on YouTube HERE and HERE. Preview in the Nashua Telegraph
Mar. 22-23, 1986 Orlando Florida Disneyland Hotel Creation
Mar. 23, 1986 Trenton New Jersey War Memorial Auditorium Doctor Who Festival and Exhibit Tour Patrick Troughton Troughton was travelling with the USA bus tour
Mar. 28-30,1986 Macon Georgia Macon Hilton Magnum Opus Con I Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Louise Jameson Pertwee and Jameson panel
Apr. 4-6, 1986 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con V Jon Pertwee
Apr. 1986 New Jersey Patrick Troughton
Apr. 18-20, 1986 Milwaukee Wisconsin Midway Motor Lodge Doctor in Dairyland Jon Pertwee, Nicholas Courtney, Mary Tamm Cancelled
Apr. 25-27, 1986 St. Louis Missouri Henry VII Inn and Lodge Paradox Patrick Troughton, Nicholas Courtney, Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison Davison was beginning a six-week long convention tour, from late April to early June, but had to cancel his appearance at this event
May 2-4, 1986 Tampa Florida Tampa Airport Marriott Whose 7 Colin Baker, Michael Keating DW and Blakes 7. Baker was mid-way through recording "The Mysterious Planet" segment of The Trial of a Time Lord
May 2-4, 1986 Atlanta Georgia Sheraton Century Center Hotel Dixie Trek 86 Peter Davison, John Nathan-Turner Report on GPTV. Interviews and other footage from the event was broadcast live on GPTV:HERE and HERE. Preview in The Atlanta Constitution. Afterwards, Davison returned to London, but four days later was flying back to the US, in first class with Michael Grade to Washington DC...
May 8, 1986 Washington District of Columbia Doctor Who USA Tour Peter Davison, Michael Grade The inaugural launch of the travelling Doctor Who Exhibit - see our dedicated PAGE. Davison then spent the rest of May attending DWFCA conventions...
May 10-11, 1986 New York (Manhattan) New York Roosevelt Hotel Starlog SF, Horror & Fantasy Festival (Creation) Nicholas Courtney General SF
May 17, 1986 Denver Colorado Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison
May 18, 1986 Phoenix Arizona Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison
May 23, 1986 St. Paul Minnesota Prom Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison Press coverage HERE
May 25-26, 1986 New Brunswick New Jersey Hyatt Regency Whovent 86 (Spirit of Light with Aerosport Ltd.) Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson, Bonnie Langford, Carole Ann Ford, Sarah Sutton, Mark Strickson Colin Baker, Lalla Ward
May 23-25, 1986 Austin Texas Austin Marriott Hotel Who-Tex II Jon Pertwee Renamed The Next Regeneration in 1987
May 25, 1986 Boston Massachusetts Park Plaza Castle Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison Interview with Davison conducted in Boston in Starlog 127
May 30-June 1, 1986 Madison Wisconsin Wisconsin Union Theatre Whovent 86 (Spirit of Light and WHA) Peter Davison, Lalla Ward, Louise Jameson, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, John Nathan-Turner, Bonnie Langford (1st con) At the time, Bonnie Langford hadn't recorded any scenes for the series! (Production was half-way through the "Mindwarp" segment of The Trial of a Time Lord.) Interview with Langford in Starlog 113, and Strickson in 128. Shada was shown. Report in DWB 40. TV ad for the event. Originally billed as "Econocon" at the Sheraton Inn.
May 31-June 1, 1986 San Francisco California Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Official Starlog Festival Terry Nation
June 28, 1986 Portland Oregon Portland State University Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison Preview in the Statesman Journal
June 29, 1986 San Jose California Convention Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Peter Davison
July 11, 1986 Cincinnati Ohio Hyatt Regency Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Louise Jameson
July 12, 1986 Columbus Ohio University Hilton Inn Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Louise Jameson
July 12-13, 1986 Boston (Cambridge) Massachusetts Hyatt Cambridge Creation
July 25-27, 1986 San Jose California Red Lion Inn Timecon 86 Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Tom Baker?, Anthony Ainley, plus various guests from The Voyage Home DW and Star Trek. Report on local news
July 26-27, 1986 Atlanta Georgia Omni Convention Center Atlanta Fantasy Fair Terry Nation
Aug. 1-3, 1986 St. Louis Missouri Adam's Mark Hotel Tardiscon/Time Festival '86 (Celestial Intervention Agency) Colin Baker, Mark Strickson, John Nathan-Turner, Frazer Hines, Ian Marter, Sarah Sutton, Nicola Bryant, Nicholas Courtney Baker had completed the first studio recording session for the Vervoid segment of The Trial of a Time Lord
Aug. 15-17, 1986 Spokane Washington Spokane Sheraton Time Fest '86 (IEDAWS) Jon Pertwee, Louise Jameson?, John Nathan-Turner?, Anthony Ainley, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Terrance Dicks, Ian Marter, Nicholas Courtney
Aug. 22, 1986 Trenton New Jersey War Memorial Auditorium Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Katy Manning Preview in the Central Home News
Aug. 23, 1986 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia Hilton Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Katy Manning
Sept. 12, 1986 Washington District of Columbia Washington Hilton Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker A bearded Colin Baker had completed all recording for his second season. Photos of the two Bakers on tour can be seen HERE. Interview with Tom Baker in Starlog 115, and Colin Baker in Starlog 115 and 118. Convention review in The Diamondback.
Sept. 13, 1986 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Centre Hotel Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker Review in The Daily Pennsylvanian
Sept. 14, 1986 Nashville Tennessee Performing Arts Center Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker Postponed from Aug. 16-17
Sept. 18, 1986 Atlanta Georgia Hyatt Regency Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker Article in the Journal-Constitution
Sept. 19, 1986 Milwaukee Wisconsin Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker
Sept. 20-21, 1986 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Sheraton O'Hare Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker Reserved seat and autograph for the first one hundred $150 pledges to WTTW
Sept. 26, 1986 Boston Massachusetts Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker
Sept. 27-28, 1986 New York (Brooklyn) New York Whovent '86 (Spirit of Light) Tom Baker, Colin Baker
Oct. 4, 1986 Minneapolis Minnesota Minneapolis Armory Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker This was held in conjunction with the Doctor Who USA Tour
Oct. 5, 1986 Madison Wisconsin Madison Civic Center Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker This was held in conjunction with the Doctor Who USA Tour
Oct. 18, 1986 Trenton New Jersey War Memorial Auditorium A Day with Jon Pertwee (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton?, Paul Darrow?
Oct. 19, 1986 Baltimore Maryland Baltimore Convention Center A Day with Jon Pertwee (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee
Oct. 25-26, 1986 Niagara Falls New York Best Western Red Jacket Hotel Fall-Con I 86 Janet Fielding, John Nathan-Turner, ad says "Colin Baker or Patrick Troughton" DW and general SF
Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 1986 Boston Massachusetts Jon Pertwee's Halloween Weekend (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee
Nov. 2-3, 1986 Houston Texas Ramada Hotel Doctorcon Minicon
Nov. 2, 1986 Boston (Wakefield) Massachusetts Wakefield Hilton Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee Is this different than Pertwee's Halloween Weekend?
Nov. 8, 1986 Albany New York Hilton Hotel A Day with Jon Pertwee (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee
Nov. 9, 1986 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia Hilton A Day with Jon Pertwee (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee
Nov. 14-16, 1986 Nashville Tennessee John Nathan-Turner
Nov. 21-23, 1986 New Orleans Louisiana John Nathan-Turner
Nov. 23, 1986 San Francisco California Sheraton Palace Hotel Creation Louise Jameson
Nov. 27, 1986 Orlando Florida Disney World Thanksgiving Day with Jon Pertwee (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee
Nov. 28-30, 1986 Chicago Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare TARDIS 23 Colin Baker, Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, John Nathan-Turner, Janet Fielding, Frazer Hines, Richard Franklin, Mark Strickson, Lalla Ward Cancelled
Nov. 28-30, 1986 Tampa Florida Tampa Theatre and the Tampa Hyatt Regency Jon Pertwee's Thanksgiving Weekend Convention (British American Television Society) Jon Pertwee
Jan. 3-4, 1987 Boston (Cambridge) Massachusetts Hyatt Regency Creation Janet Fielding
Feb. 5-8, 1987 Fort Lauderdale Florida Oceanside Holiday Inn Omnicon (Homecoming Celebration) John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie Article in The Miami Herald
Mar. 6-8, 1987 Milford Pennsylvania Malibu Dude Ranch Whoski 87 (The Prydonians of Prynceton) Mark Strickson, Ian Marter Marter died Oct. 28, 1986
Mar. 7-8, 1987 Atlanta Georgia Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Sylvester McCoy (1st con), John Nathan-Turner McCoy had signed his BBC contract the day before. Video of McCoy's panel
Mar. 8, 1987 Bellingham Washington Western Washington University Whovian Festival Tour (Doctor Who Club of Western Washington University and DWFCA) Colin Baker The Trial of a Time Lord was shown.
Mar. 27-29, 1987 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con VI Colin Baker
Mar. 27-29, 1987 Columbus Georgia Columbus Hilton Magnum Opus Con II Patrick Troughton, Louise Jameson, Anthony Ainley It was during this event, on 28 March, that Troughton died. Footage of Ainley at the cabaret and Troughton's last panel
Apr. 25-26, 1987 Chicago Illinois Holiday Inn Mart Plaza Creation Terry Nation
May 22-24, 1987 Atlanta Georgia Hyatt Regency Dixie Trek 87 Jon Pertwee, Terry Nation, Janet Fielding, Mark Strickson, Michael Keating Report on GPTV.
July 3-5, 1987 Chicago (Lisle) Illinois Hickory Ridge Conference Center Time Festival 87 John Nathan-Turner, Janet Fielding cancelled
July 5, 1987 Minneapolis Minnesota Creation? Louise Jameson
July 11?, 1987 St. Paul Minnesota College of St. Catherine's Sylvester McCoy McCoy had recently finished all work on Delta and the Bannermen. This event was part of the Doctor Who USA Tour. An interview with McCoy appears in the Doctor Who Then and Now video; presumably recorded at this time
July 18, 1987 Des Moines Iowa Marriott Hotel Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Louise Jameson Preview in the Des Moines Register
July 25?, 1987 St. Paul Minnesota Whovian Festival Tour (DWFCA) Louise Jameson
July 31-Aug. 2, 1987 San Jose California San Jose Convention Center Timecon 87 Colin Baker
Sept. 4-6, 1987 Austin Texas Hyatt Regency The Next Regeneration (Austin Meetings) Jon Pertwee, John Levene, Anthony Ainley Continues Who-Tex
Oct. 10-12, 1987 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Holiday Inn O'Hare The First All British Television Convention (Brit. T.V.) Richard Franklin, Dave Rogers (The Avengers author)
Nov. 27-29, 1987 New York (Manhattan) New York Penta Hotel Creation John Nathan-Turner
Jan. 9-10, 1988 Washington District of Columbia George Washington University Ode to the Time Lord and Master (National Right to Time Travel Association) Anthony Ainley, Louise Jameson, Carole Ann Ford, John Levene Postponed from Sept. 1987.
Feb. 5-7, 1988 Fort Lauderdale Florida Oceanside Holiday Inn Omnicon VIII John Nathan-Turner, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Gary Downie, Jack Horkheimer
Mar. 18-20, 1988 Kansas City Missouri Hilton Plaza Inn Time-Loop '88 (Chancellory Guard of Kansas City) John Levene, Anthony Ainley, Mark Strickson, Deborah Watling The car ferrying Watling and Strickson from the airport to their hotel ran out of gas, and then the day before the convention, the two actors were involved in a minor car accident while visiting a shopping mall
Mar. 25-27, 1988 Columbus (Macon) Georgia Iron Works Convention and Trade Center Magnum Opus III Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley
Apr. 15-17, 1988 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con VII Sylvester McCoy, Anthony Ainley Location filming for Remembrance of the Daleks had just been completed. Interview with McCoy in Starlog 134
May 1, 1988 Trenton New Jersey War Memorial Auditorium Relaxicon 1 Sophie Aldred (1st con), Sylvester McCoy? Aldred had just finished all work on Remembrance of the Daleks and appeared on pledge breaks for New Jersey Network. Interview with Aldred in Starlog 135.
May 6-8, 1988 Seattle Washington Hyatt Hotel Anglicon Terry Nation, Paul Darrow, Michael Keating British media con
May 13-15, 1988 Atlanta Georgia Sheraton Century Center Hotel Dixie Trek 88 Jon Pertwee?, Nicholas Courtney Report on GPTV. Article in the Journal-Constitution
May 1988 Houston Texas Doctorcon
July 1-3, 1988 St. Paul Minnesota Radisson Hotel The 1988 North American Time Festival (Whoniversity) Jon Pertwee, Frazer Hines, Janet Fielding, Mark Strickson, John Nathan-Turner, Andrew Cartmel To celebrate 25 years of Doctor Who. Articles in The Pioneer Press and The Star Tribune.
July 16-17, 1988 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel Creation Mark Strickson
July 29-31, 1988 San Jose California LeBaron Hotel Timecon 88 Nicola Bryant, Sylvester McCoy McCoy cancelled due to work delays on The Happiness Patrol
Aug. 12-14, 1988 St. Louis Missouri Park Terrace Airport Hilton Tardiscon 88 / Confusion (Celestial Intervention Agency) Colin Baker, John Leeson, Michael Keating Interview with Leeson in Starlog 143
Sept. 24-25, 1988 Denver Colorado Regency Hotel Starcon 88 possibly no DW guests
Oct. 2, 1988 Dayton Ohio Holiday Inn
Oct. 14-16, 1988 St. Louis Missouri St. Louis Fantasy Fan Fair Breckenridge Frontenac Hotel John Levene, Janet Fielding, Frazer Hines Postponed to Mar. 31-Apr. 2, 1989
Oct. 1988 Cleveland Ohio (A Day with the Doctor I?) Multi-media event. John Nathan-Turner was to have been a guest, but was dropped when the event organizers decided he was too expensive!
Nov. 19, 1988 Newark New Jersey Newark Airport Marriott 25th Anniversary Birthday Party Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred Sponsored by the network, McCoy and Aldred invited to attend premiere screening of The Making of Doctor Who (Silver Nemesis), and to record pledges for NJN. McCoy then departed to attend the Silver Anniversary Cruise from Miami. Video of the panel
Nov. 20-25, 1988 Miami Florida SS Galileo Silver Anniversary Cruise Sylvester McCoy, John Nathan-Turner, Frazer Hines, Colin Baker?, Sarah Sutton, Gary Downie? Interview with Sutton in Starlog 144
Feb. 1989 Fort Lauderdale Florida S.P.I.con Deborah Watling
Mar. 10-12, 1989 Chicago Illinois South Expo Center First Intergalactic Expo (DWFCA as Out of This World Productions) Colin Baker, Terry Nation, Nichelle Nichols, Kevin Pollak Ron Katz is interviewed on WTTW. Full page ad in Whovian Times vol. 18.
Mar. 15, 1989 Athens Georgia Komix Castle Sylvester McCoy Comic book shop signing. Advertisement in The Red & Black
Mar. 17-19, 1989 Greenville South Carolina Hyatt Regency Magnum Opus IV Sylvester McCoy McCoy visited the U. of SC campus on the 16th. A few days later he commenced filming for The Curse of Fenric.
Mar. 31-Apr. 2, 1989 St. Louis Missouri Breckinridge Frontenec Hotel St. Louis Fantasy Fan Fair John Levene, Janet Fielding, plus Linda Thorson and Walter Koenig General SF / Fantasy event. Originally scheduled for Oct. 14-16, 1988
Mar. 31-Apr. 2, 1989 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con 8 Sylvester McCoy
May 26-28, 1989 Chicago (Lincolnwood) Illinois Lincolnwood Hyatt Brit-TV II Conseminar Terry Nation, Gerry Davis, Patrick Macnee British media con
June 16-18, 1989 Atlanta Georgia Radisson Dixie Trek 89 Jon Pertwee DW and Star Trek
June 30-July 2, 1989 St. Paul Minnesota Radisson PolarisCon I Sylvester McCoy, John Levene, George Takei, Walter Koenig, John Nathan-Turner, Andrew Cartmel DW and Star Trek. McCoy had completed all work on Survival
July 28-30, 1989 San Jose California LeBaron Hotel Timecon 89 Janet Fielding, John Levene Review in The Stanford Daily
Sept. 22-24, 1989 Columbus Ohio Ramada Inn Timelord '89 (aka North American Time Festival) (Timelords of the Miami Valley) Anthony Ainley, Terry Nation, Ron Katz, Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie Nicholas Courtney had been invited, but was "dropped". Sylvester McCoy was to be a surprise guest, but he, John Nathan-Turner and Gary Downie never showed up! (In a fax later sent by Nathan-Turner, they claimed that their plane tickets never arrived so they never made their flight.) Report in DWB 72.
Nov. 10-11, 1989 St. Louis Missouri Stouffer Concourse Hotel Brits in Space Sophie Aldred, John Levene, Paul Darrow, Michael Keating, Jacqueline Pearce
Nov. 24-26, 1989 New York (Manhattan) New York Penta Hotel Creation Sophie Aldred
Jan. 7-14, 1990 Miami Florida Omnicon British Fantaseas Cruise John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie
Feb. 2-4, 1990 Dallas (Addison) Texas Harvey Hotel Whofest '90 (KERA) Colin Baker, Terry Nation, Peter Davison, Sandra Dickinson Preview in The Dallas Morning News
Mar. 17, 1990 Baltimore Maryland Omni Hotel A Day with the Doctor (Friends of Doctor Who) Tom Baker, Sophie Aldred Photos of Baker and Aldred together, HERE (bottom of page). Report in DWB 77. Preview in The Evening Sun.
Mar. 23-25, 1990 Greenville South Carolina Hyatt Regency Magnum Opus V Terry Nation
Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1990 Rochester New York Rochester United Whocon Sylvester McCoy cancelled
Mar. 31-Apr. 1, 1990 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con IX Sylvester McCoy
May 4-6, 1990 Seattle Washington Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport Anglicon III Nicholas Courtney, Roy Dotrice British media con
May 25-28, 1990 Los Angeles California Los Angeles Airport Hilton Gallifrey One Jon Pertwee, John Levene, John Nathan-Turner, Jean-Marc Lofficier Convention lost money due to limited attendance, the debt for which was settled through bonds and loans paid back by the organization by 2001.
June 15-17, 1990 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Penn Towers Hotel Timewarp 90 John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley?, Colin Baker?
July 6-8, 1990 Athens Ohio A Happening at the Inn Jon Pertwee?
July 6-8, 1990 Columbus Ohio Tour de Force One Jon Pertwee?, Nicholas Courtney
July 27-29, 1990 San Jose California Timecon 90 Anthony Ainley
Aug. 11-12, 1990 San Francisco (Concord) California Sheraton Unicon 90 Colin Baker, Nicholas Courtney, John Levene, Terry Nation, Michael Keating DW and Blakes 7. Nation was unable to attend due to illness. Footage from this event featured on BSB's 31 Who weekend special, broadcast 22 September 1990
Aug. 18, 1990 Cleveland Ohio Cleveland Music Hall A Day with the Doctor II (Friends of Doctor Who) Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy Using video effects, Baker "regenerated" into McCoy, as can be seen HERE. Report in DWB 82 and 84
Sept. 1-3, 1990 Newark New Jersey Airport Marriott Fan-Out Sylvester McCoy Cancelled. McCoy was already in the US, and caught a flight home, arriving back in the UK in the early hours of Sunday, 2 September in time to make his planned appearance at the TARDIS in Durham convention by 10.30am!
Sept. 23-25, 1990 Urbana Ohio Timelord '90 (Time Lords of Ohio) Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Anthony Ainley, David Banks, John Levene
Sept. 29-30, 1990 St. Paul (Roseville) Minneapolis Pseudocon (The Whoniversity) John Levene, Richard Franklin
Oct. 6-7, 1990 St. Louis Missouri Henry the 8th Hotel Creation Sarah Sutton
Nov. 23–25, 1990 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '90 Jon Pertwee, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Frazer Hines, Jean-Marc Lofficier Originally called "A British TV Celebration"
Dec. 8, 1990 New York (Long Island) New York Radisson Plaza Friends of Doctor Who Tom Baker Baker recited "A Christmas Carol"
Feb. 1-3, 1991 Orlando Florida Ramada Hotel Omnicon Tom Baker, Sylvester McCoy Postponed
Mar. 22-24, 1991 Dallas Texas Dallas Park Plaza Hotel WhoFest '91 (KERA) Peter Davison Review in the Big Spring Herald
Apr. 6, 1991 Indianapolis Indiana Warren Performing Arts Center WhoosierCon I (Whoosier Network) Jon Pertwee, Katy Manning, John Levene, Richard Franklin, John Freeman (DWM), with Nicholas Courtney via telephone Report in DWB 91. Post con 'thank yous' at rec.arts.tv.uk
Apr. 19-21, 1991 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con X Sylvester McCoy, John Levene, Tom Baker
Apr. 26-28, 1991 Greenville South Carolina Greenville Hyatt Magnum Opus VI John Levene Advertisement in Flagpole
May 3-5, 1991 Los Angeles (Pasadena) California Pasadena Hilton Gallifrey One: The Sequel Sylvester McCoy, Deborah Watling, Richard Franklin, John Levene, Colin Baker
June 1991 Philadelphia (King of Prussia) Pennsylvania Friendship Con (Soverign Enterprises) Anthony Ainley Cancelled
July 1991 Ann Arbor? Michigan Perpetual Tea Party Doctor Who, Star Trek, British TV
Aug. 9-11, 1991 Bloomington Minnesota Thunderbird Hotel and Convention Center PolarisCon II (Time, Space, & Fantasy, Inc.) Peter Davison, Nichelle Nichols DW and Star Trek
Nov. 8-10, 1991 Springfield Massachusetts Sheraton at Monarch Place Wishcon No Doctor Who guests
Nov. 29–Dec. 1, 1991 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '91 Tom Baker, David Banks, Jeremy Bentham, John Levene, Mark Strickson, Mary Tamm, Deborah Watling Article in the Chicago Tribune
Feb. 21-23, 1992 Los Angeles California Los Angeles Airport Hilton Gallifrey One in 3-D Nicholas Courtney, Sophie Aldred, John Levene
Mar. 28-29, 1992 Indianapolis Indiana Best Western Waterfront Plaza Hotel WhoosierCon II (Whoosier Network) Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Robert Llewellyn?, Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier, John Peel DW and Red Dwarf
Mar. 26-29, 1992 Georgia? Magnum Opus VII
May 23, 1992 Boston Massachusetts Boston University United Fan Con Sophie Aldred, John Levene
July 11-12, 1992 San Francisco (Concord) California Sheraton Hotel Unicon Peter Davison
July 24-26, 1992 San Jose California Red Lion Inn Con-Fused Colin Baker media con
Aug. 21-23, 1992 St. Louis Missouri Henry VIII Hotel Tardiscon '92 (Celestial Intervention Agency) Sophie Aldred, John Levene
Sept. 4-7, 1992 Minneapolis Minnesota Park Inn International Pseudocon II (The Whoniversity) Anthony Ainley, John Levene Cancelled
Oct. 16-18, 1992 St. Louis Missouri Henry VIII Hotel Fantasy Fair 92 Sophie Aldred, Frazer Hines, Anthony Ainley
Nov. 6-8, 1992 Springfield Massachusetts Sheraton at Monarch Place Wishcon II No Doctor Who guests
Nov. 27–29, 1992 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Ramada O'Hare Visions '92 Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant Previews in the Chicago Sun-Times and the Daily Herald
Feb. 20-21, 1993 Boston Massachusetts Copley Plaza Hotel K&L Productions Jon Pertwee SF media con
Feb. 26-28, 1993 Los Angeles (Burbank) California Burbank Airport Hilton Gallifrey One Goes Fourth Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier
Mar. 20, 1993 Baltimore (Linthicum) Maryland Marriott Hotel ArcCon (Arcalians of Albuquerque) Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred
Mar. 21, 1993 Boston (Waltham) Massachusetts Brandeis University Universicon VI Sylvester McCoy
Apr. 16-18, 1993 New York (Stony Brook) New York State University of NY I-Con XII Jon Pertwee, Sylvester McCoy DW, Star Trek and Babylon 5
May 14-16, 1993 Seattle Washington SeaTac Radisson Hotel Anglicon VI Colin Baker, Michael Des Barres British media con
June 4-6, 1993 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Central Plaza Hotel Thundercon 3 Sylvester McCoy
Nov. 19-21, 1993 Springfield Massachusetts Sheraton WishCon III John Levene Article in the Union-News
Nov. 21-28, 1993 Miami Florida Who Cruise '93 Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie
Nov. 26–28, 1993 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '93 Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Jon Pertwee, Sylvester McCoy, Nicholas Courtney, Deborah Watling, Carole Ann Ford, William Russell, John Levene, Elisabeth Sladen, John Leeson, Anthony Ainley, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Wendy Padbury, Verity Lambert, Christopher Barry, Jean-Marc Lofficier, Randy Lofficier, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie Article in the Chicago Tribune. The unaired "Big Ron" version of Dimensions of Time was shown.
1993 Panopticon 8 Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts
Feb. 18-21, 1994 Los Angeles (Glendale) California Glendale Red Lion Inn A Fifth of Gallifrey One Colin Baker, Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier Lowest attended Gallifrey One convention in its history, mostly due to Northridge earthquake (taking place exactly one month prior). Philip Segal attended the convention incognito
June 10-12, 1994 Denver Colorado Best Western Executive Suites Britannicon (KBDI) Colin Baker, Sophie Aldred
Nov. 18-20, 1994 Springfield Massachusetts Sheraton at Monarch Place Wishcon IV Nicola Bryant
Nov. 25–27, 1994 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '94 Jon Pertwee, Nicholas Courtney, John Levene Article in the Chicago Tribune
Feb. 24-26, 1995 Los Angeles (Irvine) California Radisson Plaza Irvine The Six Wives of Gallifrey One Peter Davison, Philip Segal, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier First event to preview developments for what would be the TV Movie, with producer Philip Segal making his first US appearance, and (at the time) fan liaison Jean-Marc Lofficier. Report on Segal's panel and interview in DWM 226
Nov. 3-5, 1995 Springfield Massachusetts Sheraton Wishcon 5 (U.S. Branch of Unit) Mary Tamm, John Peel Renamed United Fan Con in 1996
Nov. 24–26, 1995 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '95 Sophie Aldred, Brian Blessed, Michael Craze, Sylvester McCoy, Terry Walsh, Anneke Wills, Paul Cornell While there, Aldred promoted the fan-made video Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans which had recently been released in the US
Feb. 16-19, 1996 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Seventh Seal of Gallifrey One Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, John Levene, Philip Segal, Terry Walsh, Jean-Marc Lofficier Full video preview of 1996 TV movie first debuted
Mar. 29-30, 1996 Wilmington North Carolina Coast Line Convention Center Wholucination I Anthony Ainley, Elisabeth Sladen
May 3-5, 1996 Seattle Washington SeaTac Quality Inn Anglicon IX Anneke Wills, Gillian Horvarth, Donna Lettow British media con
May 11, 1996 Los Angeles California Ambrosia Books and Collectibles Doctor Who: A Celebration (The Time Meddlers of Los Angeles) John Levene, Randy and Jean-Marc Lofficier
June 28-30, 1996 St. Louis Missouri Henry VIII Hotel Condition Red John Levene, Robert Llewellyn DW and Red Dwarf. Cancelled. Postponed to 1997.
July 5-6, 1996 Minneapolis Minnesota Holiday Inn North Media Live Philip Segal
Nov. 1-3, 1996 Springfield Massachusetts United Fan Con VI (U.S. Branch of Unit) Mary Tamm, John Peel Earlier events were called Wishcon
Nov. 29–Dec. 1, 1996 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '96 Colin Baker, Yee Jee Tso, Philip Segal, Sarah Sutton, Lalla Ward, Deborah Watling, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell Previews in the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune. Article in the Chicago Sun-Times
Feb. 14-16, 1997 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel Gallifrey One Across the Eighth Dimension Philip Segal, Michael Craze, Anneke Wills, Yee Jee Tso, John Levene, Jean-Marc Lofficier, Gary Russell, Jon Pertwee Jon Pertwee accepted the convention's invitation to be a guest in 1997 in May 1996, but died three weeks after sending his acceptance letter. First Gallifrey One to feature novelists from the Virgin New/Missing Adventures book series.
Apr. 18-20, 1997 Seattle Washington Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Anglicon X Philip Segal British media con
May 9-11, 1997 Albuquerque New Mexico Howard Johnson's East ArcCon (Arcalians of Albuquerque) Anneke Wills, John Levene, Yee Jee Tso
May 13-27, 1997 Tampa Florida Regal Empress Sci-Fi Sea Cruise (WUSF) Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker
June 27-29, 1997 St. Louis Missouri Henry VIII Hotel Condition Red John Levene, Robert Llewellyn DW and Red Dwarf. Postponed from 1996 and cancelled.
Oct. 12, 1997 Sacramento California Beverly Garland Hotel Mysticon '97 Nicola Bryant, John Levene
Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 1997 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con VII Caroline John, Geoffrey Beevers
Nov. 28–30, 1997 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare Visions '97 Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson Article in the Chicago Tribune
Feb. 13-15, 1998 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Nine Lives of Gallifrey One Colin Baker, Deborah Watling, Matthew Waterhouse, Gary Russell, Paul Cornell, Keith Topping, Martin Day, Jac Rayner, Steve Cole, David J Howe, David McIntee, Dave Owen, Gary Gillatt Gillatt wrote about his convention experience and conducted fan interviews for DWM 264, published in April 1998
May 15-17, 1998 Tacoma Washington Best Western Executive Inn Anglicon XI John Levene British media con
Nov. 20-22, 1998 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con VIII Louise Jameson Article in The Union News
Nov. 27–29, 1998 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Hyatt Regency O'Hare HME Visions '98 Geoffrey Beevers, Louise Jameson, Caroline John, Sylvester McCoy, Mark Strickson
Feb. 12-15, 1999 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Tenth Planet of Gallifrey One Nicholas Courtney, Wendy Padbury, Daphne Ashbrook, Lisa Bowerman, Andrew Cartmel, Philip Segal, Mike Tucker, Gary Gillatt First convention appearance by Daphne Ashbrook.
July 2-4, 1999 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Radisson South CONvergence Gary Russell speculative fiction con
Dec. 13-18, 1999 Miami Florida The Sci-Fi Sea Cuise Peter Davison
Feb. 18-20, 2000 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Eleventh Hour of Gallifrey One Peter Davison, Terrance Dicks, Justin Richards, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Stephen Cole, Paul Cornell, Dave Stone, Kate Orman, Jonathan Blum, Mike Tucker, Keith Topping, Jonathan Miller, Bill Baggs, Gary Gillatt
Nov. 10-12, 2000 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con X Frazer Hines
Nov. 24-26, 2000 Chicago (Arlington Heights) Illinois Sheraton Arlington Park Chicago TARDIS Sylvester McCoy, Mary Tamm, John Leeson, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell
Feb. 23-25, 2001 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Twelfth Regeneration of Gallifrey One Bonnie Langford, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, India Fisher, Lisa Bowerman, Justin Richards, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Alistair Lock, David J. Howe, Philip Segal, Keith Barnfather, Bill Baggs, Jo Castleton, Nigel Fairs, Peter Anghelides, Arnold T. Blumberg, Simon Bucher-Jones, Stephen Cole, Paul Cornell, Sue Cowley, Gary Gillatt, Craig Hinton, Chris Howarth, Steve Lyons, Jon De Burgh Miller, Dave Owen, Lance Parkin, Lars Pearson, Steve Roberts, Philip Segal, Dave Stone, Keith Topping, Nick Walters Largest-ever appearance of writers from Big Finish Productions, Virgin & BBC Doctor Who book lines outside the UK at a Doctor Who event. The Reeltime Pictures documentary An Englishman On Gallifrey was recorded at the event
July 7, 2001 Los Angeles California Ambrosia Books and Collectibles A Day with Elisabeth Sladen Elisabeth Sladen
Nov. 9-10, 2001 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XI Colin Baker
Nov. 23-25, 2001 Chicago (Arlington Heights) Illinois Sheraton Arlington Park Chicago TARDIS Nicholas Courtney, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Caroline Morris
Feb. 15-18, 2002 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Thirteenth Floor of Gallifrey One Carole Ann Ford, Frazer Hines, Anneke Wills, Maggie Stables, Mark McDonnell, Dan Freedman, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Nicholas Briggs, Philip Segal, Bill Baggs, Keith Barnfather, Jonathan Blum, Keith Topping, Paul Cornell, Paul Ebbs, David J. Howe, Rob Shearman, Caroline Symcox, Dave Stone
Nov. 8-10, 2002 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XII Nicholas Courtney, Richard Franklin
Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2002 Chicago (Arlington Heights) Illinois Sheraton Arlington Park Chicago TARDIS Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse, Jason Haigh-Ellery
Feb. 14-17, 2003 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel Gallifrey One: Episode XIV - The Faction Paradox Peter Davison, Colin Baker, India Fisher, Caroline Morris, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, David J. Howe, Stephen James Walker, Mark Donovan, Clayton Hickman, Lance Parkin, Kate Orman, Jonathan Blum, Peter Anghelides, Nev Fountain, Paul Cornell, Caroline Symcox, Lloyd Rose, David McIntee, Dale Smith, Keith Topping, Paul Ebbs, Mark Wright, Jon de Burgh Miller
Nov. 7-9, 2003 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XIII Katy Manning, Matthew Waterhouse
Nov. 28-30, 2003 Chicago (Arlington Heights) Illinois Sheraton Northwest Chicago TARDIS Colin Baker, Frazer Hines, Anneke Wills, Michael Sheard, Jason Haigh-Ellery, India Fisher
Feb. 13-16, 2004 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel Gallifrey One's 15 Minutes of Fame Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Janet Fielding, Paul Darrow, Yee Jee Tso, India Fisher, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Susannah Harker, Philip Segal, John Ainsworth, Helen Baggs, Lee Binding, David Bishop, Jonathan Blum, Arnold T. Blumberg, Paul Cornell, Jon de Burgh Miller, Christa Dickson, Paul Ebbs, Nigel Fairs, Clayton Hickman, David J. Howe, Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier, Kate Orman, Tessa Shaw First US convention appearance by Paul McGann
March 26-28, 2004 Boston (Quincy) Massachusetts Quincy Marriott United Fan Con East Elisabeth Sladen, Terry Molloy
Nov. 5-7, 2004 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XIV Deborah Watling
Nov. 26-28, 2004 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Wyndham Chicago TARDIS Paul McGann, Peter Purves, Terry Molloy, Yee Jee Tso, Stewart Bevan, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, India Fisher, Robert Shearman
Feb. 18-20, 2005 Los Angeles (Van Nuys) California Airtel Plaza Hotel The Sixteen Swashbucklers of Gallifrey One Elisabeth Sladen, Katy Manning, Nicholas Courtney, Richard Franklin, Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts, Robert Shearman, Paul Cornell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Lisa Bowerman, Toby Longworth, Simon A. Forward, Craig Hinton, Martin Day, Keith Topping, Scott Alan Woodard, Caroline Symcox, Darin Henry, Nev Fountain, David J. Howe, Arnold T. Blumberg, Nigel Fairs, John Binns, John Ainsworth, Bill Baggs, Tessa Shaw, Mark Donovan, Peter Ware A camera crew from Doctor Who Confidential was at the convention; interviews conducted there appeared in the edition titled "The World of Who", which played after the New Series episode Bad Wolf, on 11 June 2005. (One of the editors of this very website makes a fleeting appearance!)
Nov. 11-13, 2005 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XV Sylvester McCoy
Nov. 25-27, 2005 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Wyndham Chicago TARDIS Peter Davison, Nicola Bryant, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Maggie Stables, Robert Shearman, Nigel Fairs Preview in the Chicago Sun-Times
Feb. 17-19, 2006 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One in the 17th and a Half Century Louise Jameson, Noel Clarke, Mary Tamm, Philip Olivier, Pamela Salem, David Warwick, John Schwab, Alan Ruscoe, Nicholas Briggs, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Rob Shearman, Paul Cornell, Keith Boak, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Steve Roberts, Caroline Symcox, James Swallow, David Bishop, Nev Fountain, Keith Topping, Scott Alan Woodard, Darin Henry, Ian Hallard, Jon de Burgh Miller, David J. Howe, Bill Baggs The first Gallifrey con to feature actor guests from the New Series. It was also the last to feature the Saturday evening cabaret
Nov. 10-12, 2006 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XVI Mark Strickson
Nov. 24-26, 2006 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Wyndham Chicago TARDIS Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Maureen O’Brien, Gabriel Woolf, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Clare Buckfield, Nigel Fairs
Feb. 16-18, 2007 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX The Eighteenth Amendment of Gallifrey One Colin Baker, Caroline John, Steven Moffat, Terry Molloy, Eric Roberts, Geoffrey Beevers, Maggie Stables, John Levene, Ben Aaronovitch, Mike Tucker, Tom MacRae, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Paul Cornell, Peter Anghelides, Steve Roberts, Keith Topping, Simon Guerrier, Caroline Symcox, David J Howe, Darin Henry, Scott Alan Woodard, Arnold T Blumberg, Bill Baggs, The OFFSTAGE Theatre Group The OFFSTAGE Theatre Group performed their three-hour long play "The Nine Doctors", which was interrupted mid-way when the fire alarm went off
Nov. 2-4, 2007 Springfield Massachusetts Springfield Marriott United Fan Con XVII Wendy Padbury
Nov. 23-25, 2007 Chicago (Rosemont) Illinois Crowne Plaza Chicago TARDIS Eric Roberts, Eliza Roberts, Nicholas Briggs, Robert Shearman, Jason Haigh-Ellery
Feb. 15-17, 2008 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One's Nineteenth Symphony: Opus 2008 Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Steven Moffat, Daphne Ashbrook, Andrew Cartmel, Lisa Bowerman, Moya Brady, Sean Gallagher, Derek Riddell, Joel Hodgson, Josh Weinstein, Paul Cornell, Rob Shearman, James Moran, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Mark Ayres, Steve Roberts, Simon Guerrier, Andy Lane, Caroline Symcox, Scott Alan Woodard, Arnold T Blumberg, David J Howe, Keith Topping, Lars Pearson, Christa Dickson
May 23-26, 2008 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate VI John Levene, Lars Pearson The first five events (2005-2007) had no celebrity guests
Nov. 28-30, 2008 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Colin Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Paul Cornell, Nicholas Briggs, Robert Shearman, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Simon Guerrier, India Fisher, Lisa Bowerman, Ciara Janson Article in the Chicago Sun-Times
Feb. 13-15, 2009 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: 20 to Life Phil Collinson, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Gareth David-Lloyd, Kai Owen, Naoko Mori, Daphne Ashbrook, Phil Ford, Keith Temple, Paul Cornell, James Moran, Toby Hadoke, Rob Shearman, Gary Russell, Laura Doddington, Ciara Janson, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Tony Lee, Wendy Pini, John Levene, Callum Blue, David J Howe, Simon Guerrier, Peter Anghelides, Steve Roberts, Scott Alan Woodard, Caroline Symcox, Mark Wright, Nev Fountain
May 22-24, 2009 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate VII Mary Tamm, Terrance Dicks, Lars Pearson
Aug. 21, 2009 Orlando Florida Cricketers Arms Pub An Evening with the Doctor Sylvester McCoy
Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2009 Orlando Florida Ramada Orlando Celebration Resort and Convention Center Hurricane Who Gareth David-Lloyd, Louise Jameson, India Fisher, Rob Shearman, Simon Guerrier, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Tony Lee, Toby Hadoke, Colin Spaull
Nov. 23, 2009 New York New York Café 50 West An Evening with Louise Jameson Louise Jameson
Nov. 27-29, 2009 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Naoko Mori, Phil Collinson, Gary Russell, Robert Shearman, Jason Haigh-Ellery, India Fisher, Nicholas Briggs
Feb. 26-28, 2010 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: Blackjack 21 Katy Manning, Tommy Knight, Georgia Moffett, Graeme Harper, Louise Page, Deborah Watling, Anneke Wills, Frazer Hines, John Levene, Bob Baker, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Nicholas Briggs, Phil Ford, John Fay, Colin Teague, Alice Troughton, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Rob Shearman, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, John Pickard, Tony Lee, Pia Guerra, Matthew Dow Smith, Paul Tams, Scott Handcock, Steve Roberts, Kate Orman, Jonathan Blum, David J. Howe The idea for BroaDWcast was born at this event
Mar. 11, 2010 Orlando Florida Hurricane Who: Greyhound One Nicholas Courtney, Russell Tovey
May 16, 2010 New York New York Who York Event 3: An Evening with the 7th Doctor Sylvester McCoy
May 28-30, 2010 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate VIII Dominic Glynn
Nov. 26-28, 2010 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Lisa Bowerman, Nicholas Briggs, Gareth David-Lloyd, Terrance Dicks, Laura Doddington, Simon Guerrier, Toby Hadoke, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson, Ciara Janson, Tommy Knight, Tony Lee, Ian McNeice, Kai Owen, Gary Russell, Robert Shearman
Feb. 18-20, 2011 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One's Catch 22: Islands of Mystery Peter Davison, Tracie Simpson, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse, John Leeson, Frazer Hines, John Levene, Cush Jumbo, Paul Kasey, Neill Gorton, Rob Mayor, Ian McNeice, Gareth Roberts, Waris Hussein, Pamela Salem, Jane Espenson, Doris Egan, Phil Ford, Joss Agnew, James Moran, Daphne Ashbrook, Gary Russell, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Clayton Hickman The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson recorded a segment here. BroaDWcast was officially launched at this event.
May 27-29, 2011 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate IX Sophie Aldred, Andrew Cartmel, Ben Aaronovitch
Nov. 7-12, 2011 Orlando Florida Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2011 Paul Marc Davis, Jeremy Bulloch
Nov. 25-27, 2011 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Nicholas Briggs, Benjamin Cook, Richard Dinnick, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Robert Shearman, Mark Sheppard, Andrew Hayden Smith, Matthew Waterhouse Article in the Elgin Courier-News
Feb. 17-19, 2012 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One's Network 23 Paul McGann, Camille Coduri, William Russell, Mark Sheppard, Louise Jameson, Maureen O’Brien, Caitlin Blackwood, Richard Franklin, Tony Curran, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Eric Roberts, W. Morgan Sheppard, Simon Fisher-Becker, Philip Segal, Toby Haynes, Richard Senior, Eliza Roberts, Nicholas Briggs, Waris Hussein, Barnaby Edwards, Jason-Haigh-Ellery, Gary Russell, Jane Espenson, Doris Egan, John Shiban, Michael Troughton, Beth Chalmers, Lisa Greenwood, Philip Olivier, Nigel Fairs, Phil Ford, Charlie Ross, Simon Guerrier, Peter Anghelides, Richard Dinnick, Jake McGann, Jackie Jenkins, Keith Miller
May 25-27, 2012 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate X Paul Kasey, Paul Marc Davis
Nov. 2-4, 2012 Orlando Florida Doubletree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World Hurricane Who: Category Three Peter Davison, Caitlin Blackwood, Andrew Hayden Smith, Arlene Tur, Paul Marc Davis, Frazer Hines, Anjli Mohindra, Tony Lee
Nov. 23-25, 2012 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Sophie Aldred, Mark Ayres, Nicholas Briggs, Graeme Burk, Andrew Cartmel, Paul Marc Davis, Richard Dinnick, Simon Fisher-Becker, Burn Gorman, Lisa Greenwood, Toby Hadoke, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sylvester McCoy, Ian McNeice, Anjli Mohindra, Gary Russell, Colin Spaull, Paul Spragg
Feb. 15-17, 2013 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX The 24 Hours of Gallifrey One Freema Agyeman, Derek Jacobi, Sylvester McCoy, Philip Hinchcliffe, Mark Strickson, Peter Purves, Deborah Watling, Frazer Hines, Bernard Horsfall, Ben Browder, Mark Sheppard, Saul Metzstein, Douglas MacKinnon, June Hudson, Anjli Mohindra, Dick Mills, Daphne Ashbrook, Frances Barber, Michael Jayston, Stephen Thorne, Shaun Dingwall, Neve McIntosh, Dan Starkey, Ian McNeice, Nicholas Briggs, Nicholas Pegg, Andrew Smith, Nina Toussaint-White, Lisa Bowerman, Finn Jones, Gary Russell, Paul Marc Davis, Richard Hope, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Dan Hall, Ed Stradling, Jane Espenson, Julian Holloway, Charlie Ross, Scott Handcock, Peter Anghelides Horsfall died Jan. 28. Review in LA Weekly
May 24-26, 2013 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate XI Colin Baker, Andrew Cartmel, Colin Spaull
June 2013 Huntsville Alabama Con Kasterborous Caitlin Blackwood The first event in 2012 had no celebrity guests
Oct. 19-26, 2013 Miami Florida Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2013 Sylvester McCoy, Frazer Hines, Alan Ruscoe, Pamela Salem, Ian McNeice, Colin Spaull, Tommy Knight, Andrew Cartmel
Nov. 1-3, 2013 Orlando Florida Doubletree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World Hurricane Who: Category Four Colin Baker, Frazer Hines, Neve McIntosh, Daphne Ashbrook, Terrance Dicks, Tony Lee, Colin Spaull, Gareth David-Lloyd, David J. Howe, Tommy Knight
Nov. 8-10, 2013 New York (Ronkonkoma) New York Holiday Inn Long Island-Islip Airport L.I. Who Sylvester McCoy, Daphne Ashbrook, Frazer Hines, Ian McNeice, Waris Hussein, Simon Fisher-Becker Review in the Long Island Press
Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2013 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Freema Agyeman, Daphne Ashbrook, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Tracey Childs, Peter Davison, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Frazer Hines, Richard Hope, Michael Jayston, Louise Jameson, Paul McGann, Dick Mills, Terry Molloy, Paul Spragg, Dan Starkey, Ed Stradling, Sarah Sutton, Nina Toussaint-White Article in the Chicago Sun-Times
Feb. 14-16, 2014 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: 25 Glorious Years Colin Baker, Billie Piper, Arthur Darvill, Paul McGann, Katy Manning, Nicola Bryant, Jean Marsh, Matthew Waterhouse, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, John Levene, Richard Franklin, Tom Price, Gareth Thomas, Annette Badland, Mark Sheppard, Daphne Ashbrook, David Banks, Terrance Dicks, Tracey Childs, Lachele Carl, Stuart Milligan, Velile Tshabalala, Amy Pemberton, Chase Masterson, Ricco Ross, Emma Campbell-Jones, Sonita Henry, Jane Goddard, Ellie & Joseph Darcey-Alden, Steve Hughes, Toby Hadoke, Gary Russell, Derek Ritchie, Dominic Glynn, Paul Cornell, Jane Espenson, Rob Shearman, Stephen Cole, Keith Topping, Phil Ford, Peter Anghelides, Tony Lee, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Scott Handcock, David J. Howe, Steve Roberts, Hadoke performed "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf" and "My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver"
May 16-18, 2014 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room Sophie Aldred, Deborah Watling
May 23-25, 2014 Atlanta Georgia Holiday Inn Select TimeGate XII Terrance Dicks, Gareth David-Lloyd
June 2014 Huntsville Alabama Con Kasterborous Sylvester McCoy, Gareth David-Lloyd, Andrew Cartmel
Nov. 7-9, 2014 New York (Ronkonkoma) New York Clarion Hotel L.I. Who 2 Paul McGann, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Terrance Dicks, Terry Molloy Preview in Newsday. Review in the Long Island Press
Nov. 28-30, 2014 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Annette Badland, Nicholas Briggs, Noel Clarke, Camille Coduri, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Joseph Darcey-Alden, Dominic Glynn, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sonita Henry, Frazer Hines, Mat Irvine, Wendy Padbury, Billie Piper, Deborah Watling
Feb. 13-15, 2015 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX The 26 Seasons of Gallifrey One John Barrowman, Janet Fielding, Eve Myles, Sophie Aldred, Derrick Sherwin, Carole Ann Ford, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Naoko Mori, Burn Gorman, Dan Starkey, Jamie Mathieson, Rachel Talalay, Arwel Wyn Jones, Claire Pritchard, Ellis George, Andrew Cartmel, Bruno Langley, Adjoa Andoh, Phil Ford, Terry Molloy, Nick Robatto, Nicholas Briggs, Mike Tucker, Colin Spaull, Danny Hargreaves, Jane Espenson, Matthew Jacobs, W. Morgan Sheppard, Jason Connery, Juliet Landau, Angela Bruce, Gabriel Woolf, Ross Mullan, Garrick Hagon, Paul Cornell, David Gooderson, Christopher Neame, Marnix van den Broeke, Sarah Louise Madison, Gary Russell, Tony Lee, Peter Anghelides, Jason Haigh-Ellery, David Gerrold, Keith Barnfather, Steve Roberts, Darin Henry Brief mention in the Los Angeles Daily News
Mar. 27-29, 2015 Baltimore (Hunt Valley) Maryland Hunt Valley Inn (Re)Generation Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Tom Baker via Skype, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, Andrew Cartmel, Terry Molloy, Deborah Watling, Patricia Quinn, Colin Spaull, Nev Fountain Preview in The Baltimore Sun
Apr. 23-25, 2015 Dallas (Irving) Texas Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel WhoFest 2 and the Irving Invasion Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Terry Molloy, Nicholas Briggs The first event in 2013 had no celebrity guests
May 22-24, 2015 Atlanta Georgia Marriott Century Center TimeGate XIII Michelle Gomez, Katy Manning, Nick Robatto
May 29-31, 2015 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room Colin Baker, Gareth David-Lloyd, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Joseph Darcey-Alden
Oct. 2-4, 2015 Wichita Kansas Best Western North Wichita Time Eddy Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Daphne Ashbrook, Victor Pemberton Preview in The Wichita Eagle
Nov. 13-15, 2015 New York (Hauppauge) New York Hyatt Regency Long Island L.I. Who 3 Paul McGann, Noel Clarke, Carole Ann Ford, Katy Manning, Janet Fielding, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Camille Coduri, Nina Toussaint-White, Daphne Ashbrook, Derrick Sherwin, Dan Starkey, Annette Badland, Ian McNeice
Nov. 27-29, 2015 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Samuel Anderson, Nicholas Briggs, Seán Carlson, Richard Franklin, Burn Gorman, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Christopher Jones, Finn Jones, Alex Kingston, John Levene, Sarah Louise Madison, Katy Manning, Chase Masterson, Paul McGann, Ross Mullan, Ingrid Oliver, Tom Spilsbury Article in the Elgin Courier-News
Feb. 12-14, 2016 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: Station 27 John Hurt, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Michelle Gomez, Samuel Anderson, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Ingrid Oliver, Neve McIntosh, Sarah Dollard, Jamie Mathieson, Andy Pryor, Patricia Quinn, Julian Glover, Ian McNeice, Naoko Mori, Jessica Martin, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Clare Higgins, Sarah Douglas, India Fisher, Seán Carlsen, Will Thorp, Jami Reid-Quarrell, Matthew Doman, Andrew Cartmel, Andy Lane, Paul Cornell, Gary Russell, Simon Guerrier, Nev Fountain, Nick Robatto, Tony Lee, Matthew Jacobs, Richard Dinnick, Jason Haigh-Ellery
Mar. 18-20, 2016 Baltimore (Hunt Valley) Maryland Hunt Valley Inn (Re)Generation 2 Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Michael Troughton, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Nick Briggs, Sophie Aldred, Wendy Padbury, Deborah Watling, Anneke Wills, Robert Shearman, Dominic Glynn, Terry Molloy, Nev Fountain, John Peel
Apr. 3-9, 2016 Miami Florida Sci-Fi Sea Cruise 2016 Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Ian McNeice, Terry Molloy, Colin Spaull, Katy Manning
Apr. 22-24, 2016 Dallas (Irving) Texas Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel WhoFest 3 and the Daleks of DFW Eve Myles, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Richard Franklin, Andrew Cartmel, Simon Fisher-Becker, Ian McNeice, Colin Spaull Article in The Irving Rambler
May 20-22, 2016 Laconia New Hampshire Margate Hotel & Resort Coal Hill Con Andrew Cartmel, Terry Molloy
May 27-29, 2016 Atlanta Georgia Marriott Century Center TimeGate XIV Paul McGann, Terry Molloy, Nicholas Briggs, Jason Haigh-Ellery Continued by WHOlanta
June 3-5, 2016 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Anneke Wills, Dominic Glynn
June 25-26, 2016 Huntsville Alabama Embassy Suites Downtown Con Kasterborous Colin Baker, Frazer Hines, Caitlin Blackwood, Andrew Cartmel
Oct. 14-16, 2016 Wichita Kansas Best Western North Wichita Time Eddy II Peter Davison, Richard Franklin, Dominic Glynn
Nov. 11-13, 2016 New York (Hauppauge) New York Hyatt Regency Long Island L.I. Who 4 Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Paul McGann, Jemma Redgrave, Sophie Aldred, Nicholas Briggs, Anneke Wills, Frazer Hines, Peter Purves, Richard Franklin, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Clare Higgins, Matthew Jacobs, Andrew Cartmel
Nov. 25-27, 2016 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson, John Leeson, Wendy Padbury, Peter Purves, Deborah Watling, Anneke Wills, Michelle Gomez
Feb. 17-19, 2017 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: 28 Years Later Paul McGann, Lalla Ward, Louise Jameson, Katy Manning, Peter Purves, Frazer Hines, Anneke Wills, John Leeson, Philip Hinchcliffe, Gareth David-Lloyd, Daphne Ashbrook, Catrin Stewart, Naoko Mori, Deep Roy, Mat Irvine, Simon Fisher-Becker, Nicholas Briggs, Nicholas Pegg, Barnaby Edwards, Roger Murray-Leach, June Hudson, Howard Burden, Danny Webb, Jimmy Vee, Christine Adams, Hattie Hayridge, Ryan Carnes, Michael Troughton, Sean Carlsen, Prentis Hancock, Dominic Glynn, Paul Cornell
Mar. 24-26, 2017 Baltimore Maryland Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace (Re)Generation 3 Sylvester McCoy, Jenna Coleman, Ingrid Oliver, Neve McIntosh, Catrin Stewart, Peter Purves, Katy Manning, Terry Molloy, Richard Franklin, Nick Briggs, Andrew Cartmel, Rob Shearman
May 5-7, 2017 Atlanta Georgia Marriott Century Center WHOlanta Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Camille Coduri, Jamie Mathieson Continues TimeGate
May 5-7, 2017 Dallas (Irving) Texas Westin Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Hotel WhoFest 4: The Power of Five Peter Davison, Mark Strickson, Dan Starkey
May 12-14, 2017 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Gary Russell
June 10-11, 2017 Huntsville Alabama Westin Con Kasterborous Peter Davison, Neve McIntosh, Gareth David-Lloyd
Oct. 13-15, 2017 Dayton (Fairborn) Ohio Holiday Inn Time Lord Expo Sylvester McCoy Cancelled.
Oct. 14, 2017 Columbus (Hilliard) Ohio Packrat Comics Store Ohio Who Terry Molloy, Caitlin Blackwood
Oct. 20-22, 2017 Wichita Kansas Drury Plaza Hotel Time Eddy III Sylvester McCoy, Eric Roberts, Katy Manning, Dominic Glynn
Nov. 10-12, 2017 Long Island (Hauppauge) New York Hyatt Regency Long Island L.I. Who 5 Sylvester McCoy, Lalla Ward, Katy Manning, Ingrid Oliver, John Leeson, Barnaby Edwards, Frazer Hines, Michael Troughton, Waris Hussein, Richard Ashton
Nov. 24-26, 2017 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Mark Strickson, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Nicholas Briggs, Janet Fielding
Nov. 24-26, 2017 Orlando Florida Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace OrlandoCon Pearl Mackie, Matt Lucas, Eve Myles, Gareth David-Lloyd
Dec. 8-10, 2017 Seattle Washington DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport Hotel Anglicon Peter Davison, Sylvester McCoy
Feb. 16-18, 2018 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: The 29 Voyages of Steven Moffat, Sylvester McCoy, Matt Lucas, David Bradley, Sophie Aldred, Camille Coduri, Noel Clark, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Terry Molloy, Murray Gold, Rona Munro, Stephen Wyatt, Andrew Cartmell, Sarah Dollard, Jamie Mathieson, Rachel Talalay, Philip Martin, Chris Achilleos, Jenny Colgan, Robert Shearman, Mark Ayres, Jessica Martin, Phil Ford, Paul Cornell, Ricco Ross, Chase Masterson, Richard Dinnick
Mar. 23-25, 2018 Baltimore Maryland Renaissance Harborplace (Re)Generation Who 4 Peter Capaldi, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Michelle Gomez, Pearl Mackie, Terry Molloy, John Leeson, Rachel Talalay, Carole Ann Ford, William Russell, Nicola Bryant, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse, Michael Jayston
May 4-6, 2018 Atlanta Georgia Hilton Atlanta Airport WHOlanta Louise Jameson, Rachel Talalay
May 11-13, 2018 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room Neve McIntosh, Dan Starkey, Catrin Stewart
June 9-10, 2018 Huntsville Alabama The Westin at Bridge Street Con Kasterborous Mark Sheppard, Dominic Glynn, Catrin Stewart
Oct. 20-21, 2018 Cleveland (Vermilion) Ohio German's Villa Ohio Who Sophie Aldred, Michael Jayston Cancelled.
Nov. 17-18, 2018 New York City (Hauppauge) New York Hyatt Regency Long Island L.I. Geek Convention Paul McGann, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Hattie Hayridge, Sarah Louise Madison, Jon Davey, John Peel Continued by An Unearthly Convention
Nov. 23-25, 2018 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Pearl Mackie, Jenna Coleman, Catrin Stewart, Ingrid Oliver, Graeme Harper, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Richard Ashton, Nicholas Briggs, Simon Fisher-Becker, Rosie Jane, Ian McNeice, Ross Mullan, Jon Davey, Hattie Hayridge, Sarah Louise Madison
Dec. 7, 2018 St. Louis Missouri Science Center First Friday Simon Fisher-Becker KMOV feature
Jan. 4-6, 2019 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room Katy Manning, Neve McIntosh
Feb. 15-17, 2019 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: 30 Years in the TARDIS Colin Baker, Pearl Mackie, Catherine Tate, John Barrowman, William Russell, Carole Ann Ford, Nicola Bryant, Katy Manning, Frazer Hines, Richard Franklin, Michael Jayston, Tony Curran, Nicholas Briggs, Caitlin Blackwood, Jamie Childs, Wayne Yip, Ben Wheatley, Rachel Talalay, Yasmin Bannerman, Sophie Hopkins, Blair Mowat, Sarah Dollard, Mickey Lewis, Richard Ashton, Jon Davey, Rusty Goffe, Rosie Jane, Paul Cornell, Richard Dinnick, Mark Ayres, Steve Roberts, Paul Vanezis, Richard Molesworth, Christopher Jones, Nev Fountain, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Tim Treloar, Lisa Greenwood, Rachael Stott, Jacob Dudman, Cristel Dee, Scott Handcock, Simon Guerrier, Lance Parkin, Tony Lee, Nick Robatto, Stuart Manning, Chris Chapman, Rob Ritchie, Edward Russell
Mar. 29-31, 2019 Baltimore (Rockville) Maryland Bethesda North Mariott (Re)Generation Who Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Catherine Tate, Sophie Aldred, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury, Terry Molloy Cancelled
May 3-5, 2019 Atlanta Georgia Hilton Atlanta Airport WHOlanta Jon Davey
June 8-9, 2019 Huntsville Alabama Holiday Inn/Research Park Con Kasterborous Cancelled
Nov. 23-24, 2019 Long Island (Holtsville) New York Ramada Plaza An Unearthly Convention (L.I. Who) Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Louise Jameson, Katy Manning, Frazer Hines, Daphne Ashbrook, John Leeson Continues L.I. Geek Convention
Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2019 Chicago (Lombard) Illinois Westin Yorktown Center Chicago TARDIS Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Tosin Cole, Arthur Darvill, Katy Manning, Louise Jameson, John Leeson, Richard Franklin, Frazer Hines, John Levene, Richard Ashton, Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Sophie Hopkins, Vivian Oparah, Emma Campbell-Jones, Ryan Carnes
Jan. 17-19, 2020 Twin Cities (Bloomington) Minnesota Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America CONsole Room
Feb. 14-16, 2020 Los Angeles California Marriott LAX Gallifrey One: The 31 Flavours of Gallifrey One Christopher Eccleston, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Mark Strickson, Frazer Hines, Joy Wilkinson, Vinay Patel, Ray Holman, Michael Collins, Michael E Briant, Emma Reeves, Una McCormack, Gary Russell, Scott Gray, Mark Corden, James DeHaviland, Jody Houser, Paul Cornell, Richard Dinnick, Christopher Jones