Tentative 2018 ***FRIDAY ONLY***Dragon Con BritTrack Schedule
Note: Tentative means that this schedule is subject to change. This is not a final schedule. The final schedule will be in the Dragon Con APP once the schedule is released. Questions about the schedule can be sent to email@example.com.
|Welcome to the BritTrack!||Audience: General
The BritTrack is back with another year’s worth of goodness from across the pond! We’ll talk about our schedule for the year, introduce staff, & maybe play a game or two.
Presenters: Volunteer: Caro McCully, Volunteer: Rob Bowen , Volunteer: Angela Hartley, Volunteer: Andrew Hartley
Fri 10:00 am; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|Brit TV You Should Be Watching||Audience: General
With the arrival of BritBox, Apricot TV, & other streaming services, us Americans are flooded with choices for British TV–so much so that you might not know what to watch! Receive helpful advice on the best & newest shows from our knowledgeable panel of couch potatoes.
Fri 1:30 am; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|Historical Roulette: Call the Midwife, Poldark, & More!||Audience: General
Our panelists race the clock in an attempt to have TWELVE mini panels on randomly selected British historical dramas! Can we get through all of them?
Presenters: Panelist: Kritsen McGehee, Panelist: Amanda-Rae Prescott, Panelist: Heather Mbaye, Volunteer: Caro McCully, Volunteer: Angela Hartley
Fri 01:00 pm; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|An Hour with Catherine Tate||Audience: General
Q&A with the Doctor Who bride that ran away with the 10th Doctor.
Fri 02:30 pm; « Atrium Ballroom; 1 Hour(s); Review
|Doctor Who: New Series||Audience: General
With Series 11 premiering in over a month, this panel discusses what to expect from Chibnall in his inaugural series as show runner & the impact he’ll have on the Doctor & her companions.
Fri 02:30 pm; « Crystal Ballroom; 1 Hour(s); Review
|The Science of Sherlock||Audience: General
While Sherlock Holmes may have been his own mobile crime lab, he did occasionally do science. Our experts will review current procedures & scientific techniques used in modern criminal investigations & how these were reflected, or perhaps predicted, in Sherlockian lore.
Fri 02:30 pm; « Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|British Literature & Television: The Perfect Pairing||Audience: General
When it comes to drama, British literature has no equal. From the anonymous author of Beowulf to the speculative fiction of H.G. Wells, these classics are made again & again. What makes Brit Lit so popular for telly & film? This panel hopes to find out.
Presenters: Panelist: Meg Sonstroem, Panelist: Stephanie Post, Panelist: Kelsie Shipley, Volunteer: Mark Heffernan, Volunteer: Angela Hartley, Volunteer: Andrew Hartley
Fri 04:00 pm; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|Ask the Experts: Anything Doctor Who||Audience: General
All questions about the Doctor Who Universe may be asked & will be answered. Questions from the classic series, new series, novels, comic books, spinoffs, & audios are welcome. Even the oldest question in the Universe…hidden in plain sight.
Fri 05:30 pm; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|James Bond & His Rivals||Audience: General
From the Avengers, Danger Man, the Prisoner, and many others, everyone wants a piece of the 007 mystique. This panel discusses the many rivals of James Bond in a “March Madness” style bracket talkoff. Who will end up on top?
Fri 07:00 pm; «» Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|The Women of Doctor Who||Audience: General
From companions & villains to directors, writers, & producers (and soon the Doctor herself), women have had a lasting impact on the show over the past 54 years. Their changing roles & indelible footprints will be discussed.
Fri 08:30 pm; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|Monty Python Experience||Audience: General
The infamous Monty Python panel is back, bringing with it the finest high-quality free-range organic non-GMO Monty Python skits we can find. Bring a shrubbery, master your silly walk, and catch a train to Notlob!
Presenters: Courtland D Lewis, Panelist: Rob Ray, Panelist: Rob Constantine, Volunteer: Caro Mccully, Volunteer: Rob Bowen
Cable – HDMI, Microphone, Microphone – Wireless, Other Cords: Laptop to projector cable, PA System – Medium, Projector, Projector, Screen – 6ft.
Fri 10:00 pm; « Centennial I; 1 Hour(s); Review
|BritTrack After Dark – British Fanfic/Slashfic Panel!||Audience: Mature Audience
Fanfic & slashfic are an art form. They’re especially good when they delve into the world of British Culture, TV, & films. This panel discusses fanfic & slashfic from the darkest of places on the web.
Presenters: Panelist: Taylor Blumenberg, Panelist: Allison Lane, Panelist: Wendy Qualls, Panelist: Meg Sonstroem
Fri 10:00 pm; « Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review
|BritTrack After Dark – Curse Like a Brit IV: The Game Show!||Audience: Mature Audience
Curse Like a Brit Returns for more lessons in all things cursing like a proper Brit! This year’s panel will be in a game-show format with plenty of opportunity for audience participation & hilarity.
Presenters: Panelist: Gareth Morley, Panelist: Andrew Williams, Volunteer: Caro McCully, Volunteer: Rob Bowen
Cable – HDMI, Other Cords: Laptop to projector cable, Projector, Screen – 6ft.
Fri 11:30 pm; Galleria 5; 1 Hour(s); Review