A face from Doctor Who’s past materialised at a popular sci-fi exhibition in Bury St Edmunds over the weekend.
Louise Jameson, who played Tom Baker’s assistant Leela in the 1970s, signed autographs for fans at Moyse’s Hall’s Time and Space event.
To add to the theme, fans and volunteers dressed up as characters from the Dr Who-verse.
It followed the previous week’s Star Wars centric launch with original Darth Vader actor David Prowse meeting fans.
Museum bosses say the exhibition, which runs until Sunday, November 9, has so far attracted about 6 to 7,000 visitors.
Now in its fifth year, Time and Space features costumes, props, toys and memorabilia from classics such as Star Wars, Judge Dredd, Star Trek, Terminator and Dr Who.
Alex McWhirter, heritage officer at the museum, said: “We now all recognise it as probably our biggest footfall event of the year.”
The museum’s next event is a Gothika Weekend on December 6 and 7 featuring genuine crime and punishment items and a screening of Nosferatu.
For more details, visit whatsonwestsuffolk.co.uk
For more pictures from the event, see Friday’s Bury Free Press newspaper.