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Wednesday 17 January 2018

Fifty Years of The Prisoner – Special Event

    We might be in 2018, yet fans of ‘the Prisoner’ are still immersed in the 50th anniversary. On Sunday January 21st commencing at 7pm is the ‘Fifty Years of The Prisoner’ a special 50th anniversary event which  takes place. The event will be held at Elstree Studios, across the road from the former site of MGM where the series was filmed. A number of guests have now confirmed for the event.
   Original crew members who worked on ‘the Prisoner’ Tony Sloman, David Shillingford, and Ian Rakoff. Film directors John Hough {who directed McGoohan in ‘Brass Target’} and Alex Cox. Nick Briggs of Big Finish, 'In My Mind' and 'Six into One' director Chris Rodley, and actor Brian Gorman will take part in exclusive Q & A’s at the event. There will be screenings, other special guests, and attractions, the event promises to be a very special celebration of our favourite TV series, at an iconic TV and Film location.
   There are a few remaining tickets for the event priced at £20 each and can be purchased from:
  This is the latest exciting event to celebrate 'The Prisoner' 50th anniversary, organized by Quiot Media Limited and The Unmutual
and profits will be donated to Ty Gobaith Children's Hospice in North Wales.

Earlier in the day, commencing at 2pm Prisoner aficionado Dave Lally will be conducting a walking tour of Borehamwood, along with other Prisoner film location sites. Dave Lally writes “We meet at 2.00pm at the ticket barriers at Elstree and Borehamwood train station {trains are every 30 minutes from St Pancras} for a 3.5 mile walking tour {Wear comfortable shoes, proceeds irrespective of weather} of the area, includes film and TV locations, studio historical places, and locations from 'The Prisoner' {including several scenes from ‘The Girl who was Death’}.”

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