The Sci-Fi Ball is thrilled to announce that Lucy Carless will attend Sci-Fi Ball 25 at the Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton from 8 – 10 February 2019 in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Lucy Carless is an actor who is best known for playing Mattie Hawkins in Channel 4 and AMC's joint smash hit television series Humans.
Lucy's other television credits include playing Susan Mann in Code Of A Killer, Eva Pryce in Cuffs and Lucy Harris in Suspects.
Theatre work includes playing Ruby in Sea Fret at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London.
Fans of Humans will be doubly pleased as she will join fellow cast member Dino Fetscher who played Stanley the synth in the most recent series.
Lucy will be attending the entire weekend, offering attendees the opportunity to have their photograph taken with her, autographs, guest talks and attending both the Friday Gold Ticket cocktail party and the Saturday night grand banquet.
Other special guests attending the Southampton Sci-Fi weekend include Sean Pertwee, who plays Alfred in Gotham and Terry Molloy, who played Davros in the classic series of Doctor Who. More special guests are soon to be announced.
The not-for-profit convention brings together fans of Science Fiction and Fantasy to ensure they have a truly out of this world weekend. It offers activities for the whole family to enjoy during the day and evening, including specially-themed parties every night, a grand banquet with live cabaret from Terry Molloy, an exclusive cocktail party with enormous chocolate fountains, guest panels with stars of both the small and silver screen, fan-built/actual props and sets, autograph and photography sessions, roaming Daleks, cosplay/fancy dress competitions, table-top gaming, exhibits and games, out of this world collectable merchandise, a Sci-Fi pub quiz and so much more that is soon to be announced.
The Sci-Fi Ball takes place from 8 – 10 February 2019 at the stunning four-star Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust and will see the event celebrate twenty-five years of raising money for charitable causes. It is proudly sponsored by The Horror Channel, Starburst Magazine, Game Over, White Light and other partners.
Visit www.scifiball.com for more information. Tickets are available from just £15.