UK premiere of Inferno at Supercelebration

Inferno, episode 22 of Thunderbirds Are Go‘s second season, will receive its UK premiere screening at Fanderson’s Supercelebration convention – a weekend celebrating 50 years of UFO, Doppelgänger, The Secret Service and other Gerry and Sylvia Anderson creations – this September.

The Crystal Spire, the tallest building in the world, catches fire and the local firefighters are rendered helpless. Virgil and Alan are called to extinguish the flames and rescue everyone trapped inside.

Though omitted from ITV’s 2017 broadcast of the series, the episode has been hailed for featuring a rescue reminiscent of the classic 1966 Thunderbirds episode City Of Fire and continues to be available on streaming services elsewhere.

Registrations for Supercelebration will close on 1st September 2019, and we cannot guarantee that there will be any on-the-door places available. Don’t miss out!

 

Happy birthday, Fanderson!

Yes, it was 38 years ago today that Gerry Anderson was joined by Keith Shackleton, Pam Barnes, Mark Jones, Barbara Kitson, Chris Leach, David Nightingale, Phil Rae, Brendan Sheehan and John Williams at Pinewood Studios.

Together, they formed the world’s only official appreciation society for the work of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson – Fanderson.

Welcome to our new website

Our new website has all the features of the old one (plus a few new ones!) but you should find it much easier to use, whether you’re on a computer, tablet or your mobile.

We’ve got a brand-new shop where, once you’ve set up your account, you won’t have to enter your details every time you want to order anything.

The first time you go to buy anything from us you’ll be prompted to set up your account by including something from the “membership” category. If you’re joining the club for the first time, or renewing your membership, just pick the option for wherever in the world you live.

If you’re an existing paid up member, or if you’re buying a Supercelebration Non-Member place, pick the “Current Membership” option.

You may notice that there’s no longer a link to the Fanderson Forum. The site had some technical issues back in April which, unfortunately, look to be unsurmountable for the foreseeable future. We’ll let you know if we’re able to reinstate the Forum but, in the meantime, why not join in the conversation on our Facebook page.