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Buffy The Vampire SlayerTv Star’s Grimsby Date With Destiny - Clare Kramer
Thursday 9 January 2003, by Webmaster
Fans of hit US TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer are in for a fang-tastic treat when one of its glamorous stars comes to Grimsby.
Hollywood actress Clare Kramer, who played villain Glory in the cult programme, will appear at the third Slayerfest convention at the Caxton Theatre, in Cleethorpe Road, in April.
Clare, who played villain Glory in the fifth series of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, will appear at the third Slayerfest convention at the Caxton Theatre.
The event, which will be held on Tuesday, April 29, will be called Slayerfest: Glory-ous.
Buffy is one of the most popular sci-fi programmes on American and British screens and the Slayerfest events pay homage to the stars, films, shows and books.
Organiser Andy Evans said: "It should be pretty big news for sci-fi and Buffy fans that we have attracted what we hope will be the first of more guests to appear at the theatre."
Clare will also be seen shortly in the new American Psycho prequel, The Rules Of Attraction, with James Van Der Beek, who plays Dawson in Dawson’s Creek.
She also played catty cheerleader Courtney in Bring It On.
The first Slayerfest, in December, was a huge success with Buffy and Angel fans, leading to the second being organised for Saturday, January 18 at 7pm, which is when tickets for Slayerfest: Glory-ous will go on sale to guests.
Highlights of this month’s event will include auctions of memorabilia and signed photographs, including one of David Boreanaz, who plays Angel in the Buffy show.
Also, local make-up artist Danny Tuck will be on hand to create fake gory neck wounds and vampire bites. Fancy dress outfits as cast members or vampires will be encouraged.
Tickets for Slayerfest: Glory-ous are limited and will go on sale to the general public on Monday, January 20 from Grimsby Central Library box of! fice or telephone (01472) 346251.
Profits go to the Caxton’s Lift Fund.