2nd - 4th February, 2018

The Grand Harbour Hotel
Southampton

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Money Can't Buy

Here at the Sci-Fi Ball we endeavour to bring you unique and rewarding opportunities. Where else can you give to charity and have a chance to win a special piece of Sci-fi memorabilia?

Each year we scour the land to bring you unusual "money can't buy" objects and Sci-Fi Ball 24 will be no exception.

Keep coming back to see if we've added more special goodies for you to get your mits on.

Raffle tickets for these great items are £1 each (£5 a strip)

There will be a Money Can't Buy on both Friday during the Opening Ceremony and on Saturday during the Banquet.

All money raised will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust, our nominated charity.

Our Ushers will be selling tickets while everyone gathers for the Friday night opening ceremony and the Saturday night banquet. Make sure you get your dream tickets.

Money Can't Buy Items

Friday

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Paul Weston Signed Champagne and Star Wars Publicity Shot.

Paul Weston is a Stuntman, Model and Actor who has been working from the early 1960's through to the present day. He has an amazing list of credits including doubling for both Roger Moore and Peter Wyngarde in the Saint and Jason King respectively. He has also worked as a stuntman and a stunt coordinator on The Bond films, Star Wars and most recently on Rogue One.

This bottle of the finest champagne and autograph have been donated by B Jones and Duncan Lilly who are both teetotal.


Donated by B Jones and Duncan Lilly
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Jellyfish Pictures "Dennis and Gnasher" artist signed shirt.

Post-production house Jellyfish Pictures has kindly donated a company shirt to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust this year. The shirt is emblazoned with the Jellyfish logo and contains crew signatures. The shirt is white and features the signatures of artists who worked on the new and highly successful "Dennis and Gnasher" TV series that has just aired on CBBC.


Donated by Phil Dobree, CEO Jellyfish Pictures
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Original “Weeping Angel” pencil drawing.

This original pencil drawing was created by Richard Williams who was the concept artist on the first four series of the Doctor Who reboot. It features the "Weeping Angel", one of the great new villians of the series.


Donated by Richard Williams

Money Can't Buy Items

Saturday

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Jellyfish Pictures Last Jedi artist signed shirt.

Post-production house Jellyfish Pictures has kindly donated a company shirt to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust this year. The shirt is emblazoned with the Jellyfish logo and contains crew signatures. This grey shirt has signatures from all the artists who created post production shots for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”. You can see thier names in the actual film credits.


Donated by Phil Dobree, CEO Jellyfish Pictures