Convention Memories – ‘Regenerations 2011’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

It’s time for another ‘convention memories’ post by me. Today, I’m sharing my fourth ‘Doctor Who’ convention experience which was ‘Regenerations 2011’ that took place in September 2011. After enjoying the first ‘Regenerations’ experience in 2010, I was looking forward to another one in 2011. Continue reading

Convention Memories – ‘Regenerations 2010’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

My ‘convention memories’ continue today, as I share about my second ‘Doctor Who’ convention experience on my blog. My first convention experience was the ‘Fifth Element’ event back in February 2010. After I’d finished my IT degree at Cardiff University, I attended ‘Regenerations 2010’. Continue reading

Swansea Beach (May 2018)

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m…

“Mayday, mayday, mayday!”

Yeah. This always seems to be happening when I do a blog post on Bank Holiday Monday in May in the UK. In the past two years, I’ve done blog posts announcing a review for ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ including ‘Earthshock’ and ‘Eldrad Must Die!’ By the way, ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ will come back soon!

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Concert Review – ‘Shake That Thing’ (or ‘The Great British Swing-Dance Show’)

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Yesterday, my parents and I went to see the concert, ‘Shake That Thing’ (or ‘The Great British Swing-Dance Show’) at the Taliesin in Swansea. Tony Jacobs was there with his Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra, the Swing Time Jivers, the Little Tunes Dixieland Band and special guest singer Catherine Sykes from the Glenn Miller UK Orchestra. Continue reading

Convention Report – ‘Regenerations 2016’

regenerations 2016

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I had a very enjoyable time at the ‘Regenerations 2016’ convention in Swansea last weekend! My parents and I went to this convention, after it had triumphantly returned after three years. It was believed ‘Regenerations 2013’ would be the last convention in Swansea. Thankfully it wasn’t the last. Continue reading