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Two more Captains will be joining the already star-studded Destination Star Trek London event . Sean Kenney (Captain Pike) and Tricia O’Neil (Captain Garrett – Star Trek: The Next Generation ) will be joining Captains Kirk, Picard, Sisko, Janeway and Archer, forming the biggest Star Trek line-up in over a decade, at London’s ExCeL centre on 19 – 21 October.
The final line-up was announced this week, and also includes Michael Dorn, who made over 280 appearances as Worf; Andrew Robinson, who played Elim Garak; David Warner and Cirroc Lofton, the youngest Star Trek regular who played Jake Sisko, son of Captain Sisko.
In a European first, the five main TV captains from each Trek show will be on stage together for Q&A at the opening ceremony.
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Each of the guests will be onsite over the course of the weekend, offering photos, signings and Q&As.
Two exclusive parties are also planned for Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday 19 October will be the Klingon Monster Ball, with hosts JG Hertzler and Robert O’Reilly, blood wine and a whole load of Klingons to celebrate the first day of the event. Saturday night’s party will mark the 25 th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, featuring Chase Masterson (Bajoran Dabo Leeta – Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ).
The line-up now includes: Brent Spiner, Bobby Clark, Daniel Stewert, Ronald D Moore, Rene Auberjonois, Nana Visitor, Carolyn Seymour, JG Hertzler, Robert O’Reilly, Gwyneth Walsh, Marianna Hill, Walter Koenig, Arlene Martel, Connor Trinneer, Dominic Keating, Chase Masterson, Robin Curtis, Jeffrey Combs, Casey Biggs, John de Lancie, Denise Crosby, Martha Hackett, Marc Alaimo, Alice Krige, Eddie Paskey, and Manu Intiraymi.
With a replica set from the Star Trek series; a unique Star Trek Museum; Klingon workshops and stunt demonstrations, Destination Star Trek London is unmissable for hardcore fans or people who are just curious about the Star Trek universe.