Frazer looks forward to meeting all his fans in Adelaide and Brisbane in November 2023.
Frazer will give a Q&A panel, pose for studio portraits and sign autographs throughout the weekend in both cities.
Photo Session Times
Saturday: 12:25pm, 4:50pm
Sunday: 12:30pm, 4:05pm
Further information on Frazer’s panel times will be released closer to the event.
All guests pending international/domestic travel and quarantine restrictions. Stay tuned to our Social Media channels for updates.
Frazer Hines came to prominence as a child actor, appearing in several films, including Hammer’s X The Unknown (1956) and Charlie Chaplin’s A King in New York (1957). In 1957 he played Napoleon in the six part BBC serial Huntingtower and followed this with the role of Jan in the seven part BBC serial The Silver Sword (1957-8). Other television roles in the sixties include the characters of Tim Birch in Emergency Ward 10 (1963-4), and Roger Wain in Coronation Street (1965).
His film roles include The Weapon (1957) with Lizabeth Scott, Witness in the Dark (1959) with Richard O’Sullivan, The Young Jacobites (1960) with Francesca Annis and Jeremy Bulloch, Go Cart Go (1964) with Dennis Waterman, The Last Valley (1971) with Michael Caine and Omar Sharif, and Zeppelin (1971) with Michael York and Elke Sommer.
His big break came when he was cast to play the part of Jamie McCrimmon in the BBC series Doctor Who, a companion of the second Doctor, played by Patrick Troughton. Frazer appeared in the series regularly from 1966 to 1969, earning himself a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest running companion of the Doctor. He returned to the show twice, as a cameo in the 30th anniversary show ‘The Five Doctors’ (1983), and alongside Patrick Troughton (second Doctor) and Colin Baker (sixth Doctor) in ‘The Two Doctors’ (1985).
In 1972, Frazer was cast in the soap opera Emmerdale Farm as Joe Sugden, a role he played regularly until 1994. Since leaving the show he has concentrated on a career in the theatre, appearing in many plays, and he currently believes he holds the record for the second most consecutive pantomime appearances – the record holder being Christopher Biggins with 38 appearances. His most recent theatre tours were Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None (2015) and Seriously Dead The Musical (2016/7). He recently appeared as Sir Fletcher Gordon in the TV series Outlander (2016).
This information is correct at the time of writing.
Please check the Event Programme for the final timetable, including time and location within the events.
Guest confirmed, health, travel restrictions and other commitments pending.
Further information will be provided via social media should any of these factors impact the guest's ability to attend.
Panel rooms may be subject to venue capacity and safety requirements, and may reach maximum capacity.
Some panels will require patrons to queue for entry prior to the panel commencing. Please follow the directions of the staff.
Day and Weekend Pass holders are encouraged to arrive promptly to queue for any panels they wish to attend, as seating is not guaranteed
and is provided on a first-come-first-served basis, behind VIP Supa-Star and Supa-Q Pass holders.
Additional COVID-19 safety measures may be implemented regarding Autograph and Photograph opportunities.
More information will be available in the lead up to Admission Ticket and Token sales,
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An additional service charge may apply to Photograph and Autograph Tokens pre-purchased online or at the event.
If you wish to have ten or more items signed by a single Supa-Star guest,
please speak with one of our friendly team members in our Guest Signing Area, and they will be happy to assist.