Dee Anderson to attend Special Assignment

Dee Anderson will be attending Special Assignment

















We are delighted to announce that Dee Anderson will be attending Special Assignment later this year!

Born in Mississippi, USA, Dee came to London as a child, growing up in a world of celebrity and entertainment while her parents – Gerry and Sylvia Anderson – were making Thunderbirds and their other iconic shows.

She has appeared in numerous UK theatre and television productions (The Bill, London’s Burning) and worked alongside legendary actors and performers. She also followed in her mother’s footsteps earlier this year in voicing Lady Penelope in the Halifax national advertising campaign.

Her recent return to her singing career has been extremely successful, with her album Love in a Dark Place being favourably reviewed in the national press, and a national radio campaign and tour of jazz venues taking place throughout the country. She has also written THE DREAM MAKERS, a new Musical, in association with the international franchise Stagecoach Theatre Art.

We look forward to welcoming Dee to Special Assignment to talk about her life, memories of her parents and playing Lady Penelope!


Tickets to Special Assignment start at just £65 per person for one day, or £110 for the whole weekend. We’ve managed to keep the ticket price the same as The Future Is Fantastic! convention in 2015 because we’re a fan club and no one is taking a salary. Saturday-only or Sunday-only tickets do not include the Saturday evening meal or any other refreshments that are included in the weekend ticket.

Find out more and register now

Sylvia and Dee Anderson to develop new animated series – The Last Station

Sylvia Anderson and her daughter Dee Anderson have announced plans for funding of an exciting new animated series!

Set in the distant future on Mykron, a planet far from Earth, The Last Station is a fusion of music, animation and science fiction. The series charts the threat posed to Mykron by the sinister Spyrons, vampiric monsters that feed off the creative energy of music and souls.Robot DJs The Hakitans

Having fully developed the concept, characters and scripts, the Andersons have turned to crowdsourcing platform Indiegogo to raise the money needed to take the project to a finalised stage and produce the first pilot six episodes.

The Last Station has  garnered some high-profile involvement. Cass Lewis of Skunk Anansie fame is the series Musical Director, and will be sourcing musical talent for the series. Thomas Sangster (Game of Thrones) stars in the voice cast.

Sir Richard Taylor, best known for  iconic multi-award winning productions such as Lord of the Rings, Avatar and The Hobbit has described The Last Station as ‘Groundbreaking Television and of its Time’.

The £660,000 goal has  one month to run – The Last Station needs your support!

To find out more about the project, including funding allocation, videos, quotes and character outlines, visit the The Last Station’s Indiegogo page.