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Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi and his onscreen companion Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) will be live on stage for a one-time-only fan event in Mexico City at the Teatro Metropólitan on Sunday, 17 August and in Rio de Janeiro at the Vivo Rio Auditorium on Monday, 18 August.
Following on from last year’s smash-hit 50th anniversary celebrations for Doctor Who, BBC Worldwide is thrilled to be bringing the stars of the show to Mexico and Brazil as part of a major global tour to launch the latest series and introduce fans to the new Doctor.
Fans will be able to see the stars for an exclusive Q&A, where they will be given the opportunity to put some of their own questions to the talent.
Doctor Who: The World Tour will see Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman circumnavigate the globe, visiting seven cities across five continents in 12 days. The tour will kick off in Cardiff, Wales on August 7, before heading to London (UK), Seoul (South Korea), Sydney (Australia), New York (US), Mexico City (Mexico) and finishing in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
“Doctor Who has one of the world’s most dedicated and active fans who have helped a great deal to popularize the show in Latin America. We are excited to bring Doctor Who: The World Tour to both Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro. This is a unique opportunity for the fans in these cities to see for the first time the main cast of the series and have a memorable experience”, says Fred Medina, executive vice-president and managing director, BBC Worldwide Latin America and US Hispanic.
BBC Worldwide Latin America will soon be providing more details of the events including times and access to tickets through the BBC Entertainment Facebook page and BBC HD Facebook page.
Win! 15 pairs of tickets up for grabs
The brilliance of the Doctor Who Experience at Cardiff Bay is that, much like the Doctor, it’s ever-changing. The exhibition has always presented fans with the world’s most extensive collection of original Doctor Who costumes and artefacts stretching back almost 50 years to the very first series, but now you can feast your peepers on props and sets from the latest series seven episodes, including 50th Anniversary special “The Day Of The Doctor” and Matt Smith’s final episode “The Time Of The Doctor”.As well as the prop-packed exhibition, the Doctor Who Experience offers an interactive opportunity to step through a crack in time and become a companion, taking on the challenge of reuniting with the Doctor whilst fending off threats from some of his most fearsome foes.
For further information and to book tickets visit www.doctorwhoexperience.com.
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Next month sees a host of free arts and entertainment events during Bournemouth Universities’ Festival of Learning.
Theatre productions, flash fiction competitions and writing workshops are among the activities on offer from Monday, June 9 to Sunday, June 15.
These include talks explor-ing why Doctor Who has become such a cultural phenomenon, performances of popular theatre productions, and workshops to give those who’ve always wanted to write a novel the skills and confidence to get started.
John Foster, a BAFTA-winning writer and screen-writer-in-residence at Bourne-mouth University, is running free workshops with his theatre production company Doppelganger Dialogues during the event.
There will also be two performances of John’s play The Murder Wife, about a suburban housewife who finds out she’s married to a serial killer.
They will take place at BU’s Talbot Campus and The Winchester pub in Bourne-mouth, and will be followed by question and answer sessions with the cast and crew.
“Although we are a fringe theatre company, we produce highly charged dramatic theatre and wish to reach a popular audience; we are not obscurest but wish to engage and communicate with aud-iences,” said John.
“In last year’s festival, we presented a play called Five Go Killing which was a sell-out and we hope to repeat the same this year.
“This is exciting dramatic theatre which I am sure will engage people as it did last year.”
Festival of Learning events are open to all and take place at the university’s Talbot and Lansdowne campuses, as well as at locations across Dorset.
For more details, or to book on to an event, visit bournemouth.ac.uk or call 01202 962362.
via Bournemouth Echo
Fathom Events and BBC Worldwide are thrilled to bring the Tenth Doctor, David Tennant, to select cinemas nationwide for a world-altering two-night event on Monday, June 16 and Tuesday, June 17.
Time: 7:30 p.m. (local time) both nights
Run Time: Doctor Who: Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel – 1 hour 40 minutes (approximate)
Wings 3D – 1 hour 35 minutes (approximate)
Ticketing: Tickets will be available to the general public on Thursday, May 15. Please check back.
Special Fathom Features: A two-night celebration of David Tennant including a special interview with the man himself at the end of the Doctor Who evening.
The two-day celebration kicks off with a thrilling Doctor Who adventure, featuring the two-part story, Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel seamlessly tied together as one continuous story. Starring David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, this special event will also include an exclusive interview with David as he reflects on his time as the Doctor.
But that’s not all! Hang onto your ticket and join David Tennant the following night for another exciting evening at the cinema. Night Two offers an entirely unique event experience as fans get to take flight and soar alongside birds in a groundbreaking 3D aerial adventure narrated by David Tennant. Specially recut for cinemas from the BBC/PBS natural history series Earthflight, Wings 3D, presented in RealD™ 3D, will put you high in the sky, in the middle of flocks of birds as they soar above the most iconic landscapes and witness the greatest animal spectacles on Earth.
Don’t miss this two-night celebration when it comes to your local cinema this June!
Doctor Who Fans: We want you to have fun at these cinema events – but safety is paramount. Please note that attending in costume is fine; however, masks, face-concealing make-up, fake weapons, tools, accessories (like sonic screwdrivers) as well as any costumes that conceal what you are carrying, your natural body shape or face are strictly prohibited.
Full details here
Terrance, who wrote popular books on the Time Lord’s exploits and commissioned scripts for the show, will be giving a talk at Airdrie library.
The writer’s appearance is part of a “geek night” which includes gaming workshops, a quiz and a chance to view the new full moon through the library observatory.
But the real star of the evening is Terrance who’s had a huge influence on Doctor Who fans and the current team of writers on the hit BBC show.
Kenny Smith, writer of a Doctor Who audio companion, said: “Terrance Dicks virtually taught a whole generation of Doctor Who fans to read.
“In the 1970s and 80s, before the release of old Doctor Who episodes on video and DVD, the only way fans had to learn about old stories was through the novelisations, published by Target Books.
“Terrance always wrote his novelisations in plain and simple English – and it was ideal for young fans as it encouraged them to read and write.
“Even now, the writers on TV Doctor Who today acknowledge the huge impact Terrance has had on their own writing.
“It shouldn’t be forgotten that he was also the man who commissioned scripts throughout the late Patrick Troughton era, and throughout Jon Pertwee’s time as the Doctor, and also wrote Tom Baker’s first Doctor Who adventure.
“He was also the man who wrote The Five Doctors, the show’s 20th anniversary special, and has continued to write original Doctor Who novels and audios for many years.”
The event takes place on Wednesday, May 14 at 7pm.
Book a place by calling Airdrie Library on 01236 758070 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets cost £2 but are free for under 16s.
via Daily Record.
To help celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who, Special Events is looking for 50 couples to take part in a a Mass Dr Who Wedding/Renewal of Vows/Blessing in a luxurious venue in London, in November 2013.
This massive event will be organised by the same people who did the first Klingon Wedding in the UK at the Star Trek Convention 2012 at London Excel (www.specialeventsgroup.co.uk).
DO YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO JUMP AT THIS AMAZING OPPORTUNITY?
I urge you to post this to everyone you know on Facebook and Twitter and in your address book. Let’s all get an invitation!!
Please be aware that there will be massive media coverage on this, and you may be interviewed.
Applicants should email me the following details at email@example.com
• Names (couple)
• Mobile and land line numbers
• How much of a Dr Who fan are you both?
This year’s two Doctor Who Proms are happening this weekend but if you don’t have a ticket – don’t worry!
Both concerts will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 and we’ll be bringing you photos and reports from the Royal Albert Hall where as usual, the Proms are being staged.
The first Doctor Who Prom kicks off tomorrow (Saturday) at 7.30pm and is due to finish at approximately 9.45pm. If that’s a little late for you, BBC iPlayer users can catch the concert online for seven days afterwards and don’t forget Sunday’s Doctor Who Prom, which runs from 10.30am to 12.45pm, will also be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
The concerts will feature special guests from the world of Doctor Who – including Matt Smith himself – plus a host of monsters from the show. The music will be provided by the London Philharmonic Choir and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Ben Foster.
As well as showcasing Murray Gold’s brilliant music from the past eight years, the concerts journey back to the early days of Doctor Who and the ground-breaking work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. In addition to this, audiences will be treated to some classical favourites including the Habanera from Bizet’s Carmen, which viewers may recall featured in Asylum of the Daleks, and Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor which the Doctor himself played part of during Attack of the Cybermen!
There’s more information online about Saturday’s Doctor Who Prom and Sunday’s Doctor Who Prom or you can also visit the home of the BBC Proms, 2013.
We can confirm that ‘Promming’ tickets are available for all BBC Proms, including the Doctor Who Proms. These are sold shortly before the event but please note there is no guarantee of success in obtaining these tickets. The BBC Proms site has more information about Promming.
via BBC – Blogs – Doctor Who