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  1. why wasnt this forwarded on to volunteers then?
  2. Someone waited four hours in line to get in there and see her photoshoot scrubbed out. None of the volenteers knew what was happening when asked. Understandably things happen and people have to cancel but in future it might be good if you tell the volunteers why a guest isnt there and also tell people in the queue. just a bit of advice there - good business practice.
  3. Where do i begin -some stories from today People that got there for 9am early bird - didnt get until 90 minutes later. People that got there for 11am entry who hadnt pre booked entrance tickets had a 3 to 4 hour wait. they were told at the start of the queue - but no more info whilst queuing - people were going to the front entrance to enquire about times - there was no one monitoring the queue - people were on their own. i over heard that someone had a 1:30pm photo shoot and was told the night before when they booked the ticket that if they got there for 11am they would be okay getting in. So they were given misinformation. They went twice to the front entrance today as they knew that if the queue was 3-4 hours long they wouldnt get in for the 1:30pm shoot. No one could help them.- not sure if they gave up and went home. they certainly couldnt get a refund today. Around 12:30pm the outside queue for general tickets stopped - no info given - it was only when someone from the line went to the front entrance to enquire that they were told that earls court had reached capacity. Question for Showmasters: at 11am you had volunteers telling people about the 3-4 hour wait. that takes the time to 3pm - by this time most fo the photoshoots and autographs tickets would have been sold out for that day - so what would people do when they got there? Wade through the crowds to look at some merch/autograph stalls??? How greedy can you be - instead of informing people you let them queue. Someone queued for four hours to see Sherilyn Fenn only to see that her name was scrubbed off the boards - the volunteers wasnt sure as to what happened there. for the 'lucky' people that got in - earls court was dangerously busy- i am sure that showmasters were getting very close to violating health and safety codes. if there would have been a fire - forget it. people either would have been crushed or burnt to death. queue for photos, queue for toliets, queue for food, queue, queue, queue. I was speaking to various people and not one person said that they were enjoying it. How is this enjoyable for people? Even for the gold pass people - they still had to wade through the crowds. In the photo queues - chaos - there didnt seem to be enough volunteers, if at all and they were swamped. it is obvious that Showmasters are just seeing the pound signs now - getting as many people crammed into earls court as possible. Showmasters is not getting another penny of my money. Shame on you.
  4. thanks for replying. can you these photo shoots online or is it now only in person?
  5. What is the chances of buying photos for anthony head, juliet landau and sherilyn fenn, please?
  6. haven't you all got it yet? When it comes to getting a celebs picture or autograph or hug - PEOPLE DON'T CARE. it is every man for himself! they only care about WHAT they want. This is the down side to autograph collecting, meeting celebs etc. People don't care if you paid £20 for the talk - they are gonna try and get what they what no matter what. In their eyes - they have paid the money (no one else has) so they will go all out to get their needs met regardless of what the other 499 people think. you can all moan to the person who asked for the hug in the talk - they won't care though as they still got the hug and the memory. selfish business - autograph collecting.
  7. it sounds very sexist but you are more likely to get a hug if you are a female fan.
  8. no way?!! i was gonna get a signature but he looked miserable signing so i didn't want to give him £20 of my money for no interaction.
  9. i was going to get a signature - around 3pm on sunday and i had a nose but he seemed a bit miserable and had his head down and didn't seem to be interacting with some male dealers that were getting a lot of stuff signed. (Maybe that was why?) So i didn't bother as i didn't want to spend £20 and for him not to look up or interact with me. maybe if i would have got in the queue and met him he would have been different as i was a female and on my own? what was he like when you met him?
  10. david jason and nicolas lyndhurst never go to the official fools and horses autograph conventions. they very private people so they won't do it. true - it would never happen.
  11. WENN is a photo agency. the photographer would have quoted him - probably wrongly.
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