Thursday, 31 July 2014

EXCLUSIVE Interview with Doctor Who Legacy Developers

On Tuesday we caught up with Susan and Lee from Tiny Rebel Games, the developers behind the popular Doctor Who Legacy game, ahead of the new expansion, Hunt for Greyhound One, which is due to be released next week.
The Hunt for Greyhound One is the latest story expansion to the game, and takes its place as the epilogue to season 5 - reality is under attack from The Master, his various incarnations, and his Toclafane army, and reinforcements are needed.
Read our interview below and keep your eyes peeled because we have a Legacy giveaway coming up next week!

When can we expect the Twelfth Doctor to be added?
Susan – Spoilers sweeties….we hope to talk soon about our plans for the 8th season of Doctor Who!

Are you planning more original expansions like Greyhound?
Lee – We’re waiting to see how fans of the game react to the upcoming levels, but we would love to keep making more expansions like this. Going forward we’re trying to move from huge level packs every few months to much shorter releases – the endgame being new levels every week – with these releases being much more narratively driven.

After Series 1 is completed, will you move onto the classic series?
Susan – We’ve learned a lot in the 8 months or so since we launched the game, about what our fans want.  And one thing is certain—it runs the gamut from oldest Doctor Who, to the latest episodes, to expanded universe like Big Finish and comic books.  So now that the most recent few seasons are live, we’re finding it unfair that people have to wait so long for their favorites.  Going forward expect to see us mix it up more --- in other words, when Season 4 content comes along, you can expect to see some Season 4 episodes but we’ll also mix in classics and fan favorites.  We’re finding it’s a better way to approach content additions.

Greyhound One is a heavy nod to fans of the classic series.  We’ve added Peter Davison, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Young Sarah Jane, Ace, the Ogron, and more.  Bringing these characters and this narrative is a nice segue into offering more classic content.  We found out this week, incidentally, that the Fourth Doctor has signed on.  Expect to see him showing up in game very soon!

Are there any characters you haven’t added yet that you’d love to have in the game?
Lee – SO many. Not sure a list is appropriate, but starting with “every major character from the last 51 years” is going to be close.

Susan – Madame de Pompadour!

Was the game always conceived as free-to-play?
Lee – The original game design, the design for how the project would work as a whole, is pretty close to where we are now. A game of this type (an ongoing platform, updated weekly, running for years) needs to have everything in the right place or it falls apart (from a gameplay, organization and / or financial standpoint).

What do you think is the reason for Legacy’s longevity and popularity?
Lee – I think that fellow Whovians are attracted to the game because they can see the love and attention to detail that we, as fellow fans, put into the game, but they stay because the game is constantly changing and expanding exponentially, and they can be part of that. We had an email come through our support address last week which said “Every other game I’ve downloaded I felt like I was playing a game, with Legacy I found that I had joined a community”, which was amazing to hear.

How has social media and fan input effected Legacy?
Susan – Tremendously and daily.  We feel like our community is literally part of our design team.  We ask about everything --- characters, abilities, colour, costumes, episodes.  You name it.  Difficulty balancing too --- we heavily rebalanced season 5 for difficulty not long after it came out because too many people were banging their heads against the wall (literally in some cases) because of a few of the levels.

On Twitch every week, we talk about stuff that is both imminent and even further out.  It’s one of the places we like to vet some of our seemingly ‘crazy’ ideas to see what people think.

How long do you presume you will continue to do Doctor Who Legacy Content? (Question from @GeorgeRidley123)
Lee – As long as we possibly can.

When you were asked to create legacy, did you ever expect that it would be the great success it is today? (Question from @BryanMolina1931)
Susan – All we knew was that it was a game we loved, that late at night when we finally finished ‘work’, we would frequently spend another hour or more just relaxing and playing our game.  And having a hard time putting it down to go to sleep.  All you can do as a developer is make something that you yourself love and would be happy to spend time with even if no one else cares.

What social media platform do you find yourself listening to the most? (Question from @daretosmile)
Susan – We try to pay attention to all of them.  But we do feel like our strongest link has been with our weekly Twitch community.  While we frequently get thousands of people turning up over the course of an episode, there’s a core of 500 – 600 people that show up faithfully on a week to week basis and who are some of our most hardcore players and fans.  Facebook has also been a tremendously useful platform for us to engage with our players.  So much so that some community ‘leaders’ have emerged and we even have our first volunteer community mod, Sharee, who we noticed was constantly helping her fellow players and we wanted to recognize this and make her more ‘official.  We also recently added a forum on our website which has proven very popular and which we frequent daily.  But we listen to good ideas however they get to us …. Twitch, FB, Twitter, Desk, etc.  We simply want to hear from the people who are playing our game!

We'd like to thank both Susan and Lee from Tiny Rebel Games for taking the time to chat to us!

To find out more and download Doctor Who Legacy visit tinyrebelgames.com.
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Author Of New Doctor Who eBook Revealed!

Puffin has been busy revealing a list of twelve authors throughout the year, each writing a Doctor Who story featuring a different Doctor. The authors announced so far are: Eoin Colfer, Michael Stott, Marcus Sedgwick, Philip Reeve, Patrick Ness, Richelle Mead, Malorie Blackman, Alex Scarrow, Charlie Higson and Neil Gaiman.

After much speculation on the twelfth author (writing a story with the Twelfth Doctor), we can confirm that it is Holly Black, coauthor of The Spiderwick Chronicles, who will join the list!

Black said of her involvement: 
"It's a huge honour to get to write a story in such an amazing science fiction universe, one which makes for an ultimate writer's playground with it's flexibility across time and space. I am a big fan of the series and of the Doctor himself, our alien hero who reminds us over and over of our humanity and carries a screwdriver instead of a gun." 
Black’s story is titled Lights Out, and will be available as an eBook and included in an anthology of all twelve stories, entitled 12 Doctors, 12 Stories, available from the 23 October.

[Source: The Guardian]
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Doctor Who: Deep Breath UK & Ireland Cinema Screening Details

BBC Worldwide have released more details on the UK & Ireland cinema screenings of Deep Breath - check out the press release below:

As part of BBC Worldwide’s global event celebrations to mark Peter Capaldi’s debut series of Doctor Who, UK fans will have the opportunity to see the first episode of Series 8 in cinemas in the UK and Ireland, as well as on BBC One, on 23rd August 2014.

To celebrate the launch of series 8, an exclusive cinema event will take place at London's Odeon, Leicester Square on August 23rd with some very special guests in attendance. This one-off event will feature a ‘never seen before’ 5 minute video from an upcoming Doctor Who DVD release and a special 10 minute behind-the-scenes of episode 1 feature*, followed by a Q&A with the guest stars that will be streamed LIVE into participating Cinemas across the UK and Ireland.

A limited number of tickets for the Leicester Square Cinema Event will be available to the public and can be purchased from here, on Friday 1st August at 10am. Cinema tickets for other participating cinemas will go on sale Friday 1st August from 11am. More information regarding cinemas screening the episode and showing the live stream of the Q&A from the Leicester Square Cinema Event will be made available from doctorwho.tv/watch/cinema.

This year’s screenings follow the huge success of the global cinema screenings for the show’s record-breaking 50th anniversary episode – The Day of the Doctor – in November 2013. In addition to the episode being simulcast on TV in 98 territories, fans were also able to enjoy the episode on the big screen in over 1500 cinemas around the world.

Stephen Davies, Director for Live Events, said:
“Following the tremendous success of the 50th anniversary screenings, this is another wonderful opportunities for fans to get together to celebrate another major milestone and enjoy the amazing opening episode of the Peter Capaldi era on the big screen”.
*The behind-the-scenes content will also available on BBC Red Button and BBC iPlayer

[Source: BBC Worldwide] 
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Tom Baker Remains Best Selling Doctor

It has been over 30 years since his era ended but the 4th Doctor, Tom Baker, still retains the pulling power for collectors and potential Doctor Who fans. It is no surprise then that Four continues to be one of the most beloved Doctors, and has been for decades, but the news that his merchandise still outsells both the 10th and 11th Doctors, is an interesting point on the state of the Doctor Who fandom, but that is a debate for another time.

The news comes from a release of findings from eBay. According to the statistics, Tom Baker's Doctor outsells both David Tennant and Matt Smith on the retail site:

Top Selling Doctors 10-1
  1. Tom Baker
  2. David Tennant
  3. Matt Smith
  4. William Hartnell
  5. Paul McGann
  6. Patrick Troughton
  7. Sylvester McCoy
  8. Colin Baker
  9. Peter Davison
  10. Peter Capaldi
Interestingly, the 1st Doctor, William Hartnell, is 4th in the listings, merchandise from Mr Hartnell's era being the oldest and perhaps the most rare and lost. However, despite his tenure being cut short, it is Sylvestor McCoy as the 7th Doctor whose merchandise is the most lucrative, fetching prices close to £500 per figurine. The most plausible reason for this is likely due to the waning popularity of Doctor Who towards the end of Mr McCoy's time in the TARDIS. Very little merchandise would have been made due to such small demand at the time, thus their rarity exploded.
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Doctor Who's Peter Capaldi clocks in to Entertainment Weekly

The Doctor has arrived on this weeks cover of one of America’s biggest publications – Entertainment Weekly. The feature contains and exclusive interview with new Doctor Peter Capaldi. Entertainment Weekly have released this summary:
Does this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly defy the laws of physics by being bigger on the inside than it would appear from looking at its exterior? Fans of the British science fiction show Doctor Who may well think so. For this week’s cover story, senior writer Clark Collis travels to the UK to meet with Peter Capaldi, the new star of the now 51-year-old time travel saga, and to find out what fans can expect from the forthcoming season of Doctor Who, which premieres on BBC America on Aug. 23. “He’s more alien than we’ve seen him for a while,” says the actor, speaking about his version of the eccentric Time Lord. “He is less patient with the foibles of human beings.” 
Thankfully, the whole Who team were patient with EW‘s probing about the new, hush-hush season. In addition to Capaldi, Collis also spoke with the actor’s costar Jenna Coleman and showrunner Steven Moffat who tackled such burning as questions as “Will Capaldi’s previous appearances in the Who universe be referenced this season?” and “What will happen in the two-part finale?” Collis even got to drive the Doctor’s bigger-on-the-inside time- and space-ship the TARDIS and did so without busting anything which, according to production designer Michael Pickwoad, makes him a more careful temporal navigator than previous Who star Matt Smith (“He was very good at breaking things”). We also persuade Capaldi to talk about the old monsters he’d like his Doctor to face and offer a sartorial breakdown of the Time Lord’s many looks through the show’s half-century history. Never seen Doctor Who (and feel a bid daunted by that history)? Then feel free to peruse our guide to how you can get into Who.

The latest edition of Entertainment Weekly, arrives Friday, 1 August.
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NEW Doctor Who: Deep Breath Promotional Images

BBC America have released four brand new promotional images from the Series 8 opener, Deep Breath.

As usual, click to enlarge!





[Source: BBC America]
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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Doctor Who's Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman on the Cold and Distant Doctor

In series 8, it may be No More Mr. Nice Doctor according to Peter Capaldi. In an interview with Empire magazine he and actress Jenna Coleman described his Doctor as different from recent incarnations. Said Capaldi:
"He's more alien than he's been for a while. He doesn't quite understand human beings or really care very much about their approval."
Coleman added:
"With Matt's Doctor [Clara] felt quite safe, really. She knew she'd be caught if she was in danger, but this guy is a lot less human-friendly and a lot less patient. He's more removed and inaccessible. You can't quite access him in the same way."
Capaldi also stated that his assumption of the role would mark a departure from traditional portrayals:
"It can become a kind of franchise where it's not a real character at all but just an amalgam of elements that people think are Doctor Who: a scarf, a bow tie... I wanted to be the actual Doctor Who."
The full article will appear in the magazine on Thursday. Will these tantalizing tidbits affect your excitement about series 8? Tell us in the comments!

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Doctor Who: Deep Breath Screening At Edinburgh TV Festival

The 39th annual Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival have revealed their line-up of exciting first-look screenings as a part of this year's event, with the first episode of the hotly anticipated eighth series of Doctor Who among them.

Held at Edinburgh's The Filmhouse Cinema, Deep Breath will be screened on Thursday 21st August from 16:45 - 18:05, an exclusive sneak-peek for fans since the premiere episode will make its worldwide debut on TV and in selected cinemas from the 23rd of August.

Written by Steven Moffat, Deep Breath will see Peter Capaldi launch as the newest Doctor in one of TV's most iconic roles, alongside Jenna Coleman as his companion Clara. 

Tickets will cost £10 / £8 concession will be available from Monday 4th August. Those who wish to book can do so through The Filmhouse Cinema in person, by phoning 0131 228 2688 or online at http://www.filmhousecinema.com

[Source: Kasterborous]
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Moffat on Capaldi's 'Stick Insect' Look For Doctor Who

Peter Capaldi had a significant amount of input into his Doctor Who outfit, according to the show's lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat.

The showrunner was talking exclusively to SFX about the latest series, and revealed that Capaldi had some very definite ideas on what he wanted his costume to be like:
“He wanted to be quite stark. Stark and skinny. A stick-insect sort of thing. Clara actually calls him a grey-haired stick-insect at one point. We had some hilarious pictures of Peter just dressing up. It was all coming from him because he's really into his clothes. I didn't feel qualified to go and chat too much about it. Certainly the costume didn't go anywhere until I shut up. The thing I've learned about showrunning is you need to know the bits you're bad at!"
Despite his hands-off approach to the overall decision-making process, Moffat did have a few requirements on how a Doctor should look:
“I've got certain things that I'll say – I don't want anything in that costume that I have to write into the script. I don't want people saying ‘But why are you dressed as a circus clown?’ I want him to walk into a pub, a restaurant, a space conference, an army base and nobody stares at him."
The newest Doctor's darker outfit did raise a few concerns when filming, particularly for one episode:
“There was an issue simply because it's quite dark as a costume and it's a show that largely takes place in a tunnel. I kept saying ‘We are going to be able to see him, aren't we?’ I suppose the red lining helps, when the flaps are open."
Moffat also said that, despite the Twelfth Doctor's now trademark look, the character will be mixing it up on screen in the new series:
“I think there’s always something a little bit formal about the Doctor. Oddly enough in this series, for whatever reason, he seems to be wearing different outfits far more often than the Doctor normally does. He's got his basic outfit but he's in a spacesuit in one of them, and he's a caretaker in another one and then he's all dressed up in a later episode. He does vary it a bit. And he mixes up the basic costume, hugely. We've tended to see the white shirt version in public but actually the one I like best is when he wears the jumper under his coat. I think he looks like a submarine commander, like an old sailor or something. It makes him all rugged and handsome!”
For more of Steven Moffat's thoughts on the upcoming series check out SFX Issue 251, which is currently on sale with a choice of five collectible Doctor Who covers.

Peter Capaldi's Doctor - and his new costume - will arrive on our screens in the feature-length episode Deep Breath, which airs worldwide on Saturday 23rd August.

[Source: SFX]
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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

BBC Worldwide: New Details For Doctor Who World Tour

New details have been released by the BBC on two dates for the Doctor Who World Tour, kicking off in Cardiff, Wales, on 7 August. 

The Mexico City event, on Sunday, 17 August, will be held at the Teatro Metropólitan. The Rio de Janeiro event, on Monday, 18 August, will be held at the Vivo Rio Auditorium. They will include a Q&A session with Doctor Who stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman. Further information on both events will be available as they near, from BBC Worldwide.

Fred Medina, executive vice-president and managing director for BBC Worldwide Latin America and US Hispanic, says of the events: 
"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"

The World Tour begins on 7 August. The new Doctor lands in Deep Breath, on 23 August.

[Source:  BBC Worldwide]


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Doctor Who: That's What She Said

Stylist Magazine have assembled a list of the most inspirational quotes by women in the history of 21st Century Doctor Who. The list includes entries from every year of the show excluding 2009.

While most of the list is taken up by companions, such as Rose:
You don't just give up. You don’t just let things happen. You make a stand. You say "no." You have the guts to do what's right when everyone else just runs away.
and Amy:
You know when sometimes, you meet someone so beautiful – and then you actually talk to them, and five minutes later they’re as dull as a brick; but then there’s other people. And you meet them and you think, ‘Not bad, they’re okay,’ and then when you get to know them… Their face just sort of becomes them, like their personality’s written all over it, and they just – they turn into something so beautiful. Rory’s the most beautiful man I’ve ever met.
The list also contains entries from less featured characters such as Madame de Pompadour:
One may suffer a world of demons for the sake of an angel.
and Miss Evangelista:
 I have the two qualities required to see absolute truth - I am brilliant and unloved.
The full list can be found on the Stylist Webpage.

[Source: Stylist]
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Guardians Of The Galaxy's Zoe Saldana To Appear In Doctor Who?

Star of the new Guardians of the Galaxy film, Zoe Saldana (Avatar, Star Trek) has said that she would love to appear in Doctor Who. 

Saldana told Den of Geek that her 11 year old niece is a "die-hard Whovian":
"My niece knows every single actor from the beginnings of the show. She dresses like a Whovian every day, that blue colour. 
"It would be wonderful for me to be in Doctor Who. I'd be cool forever to her."
She revealed that former Doctor Who companion and Guardians of the Galaxy co-star Karen Gillan sent her niece a video message:
"What made her year is that Karen Gillan sent her a video of her going 'hi'. 
Saldana also spoke in the interview about playing 'strong female characters':
"It bothers me that I'm always told that I do strong female characters, when in reality, I look at my characters and I feel like they were all broken. They all came from a very devastating past. They were trying to achieve something, they had hope, and they wanted to get someplace, like everything other character that has a meaningful and relevant arc in the story." 
"It's because we don't really know women. We don't write women accurately. We don't see women the way that we should see women as a society, as a human race. When you see a real woman, you shouldn't be saying she's strong, you should be saying she's real."
What do you think? Would you like to see Zoe Saldana playing a 'strong female character' in an episode of Doctor Who? Leave your comments below.

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Monday, 28 July 2014

Doctor Who: Cybermen Monster File eBook Review

At the beginning of this month we brought you the news that the BBC had just released Doctor Who: Cybermen Monster File, an eBook based around one of the Doctor's longest-standing foes. As July draws to a close, so does the opportunity for UK fans to grab this eBook for free, and so we examine what exactly makes this offer one you shouldn't miss out on...

The eBook opens with an exclusive video introduction featuring the voice of the Cybermen since their 2006 return, Nicholas Briggs, as well as a foreword from none other than the Doctor himself, leading into the main content of the eBook which is split into two distinct chapters.

Chapter 1 - Cyber File - features a comprehensive timeline for the evolution of the Cybermen, from their initial meeting with the First Doctor in 1966's The Tenth Planet to the Eleventh Doctor's run-in with them in 2013's Nightmare in Silver. What could have been a daunting amount of information is instead broken down into easily-absorbed chunks accompanied by plenty of images, snippets of 'Cyber Facts' and a catalogue of all their television appearances, with clips from the show itself sprinkled throughout. This pattern continues into the chapter's other reference section, where fans can find out all about the different Cyber-creatures the Doctor has encountered, from CyberKings to Cybermats and even unlikely friend Handles.


The rest of this chapter includes two stunning galleries of concept art and iconic moments from the Cybermen's history, an interactive puzzle and quiz - neither too taxing - and a guide on what exactly it is that makes the Cybermen so deadly. A particularly welcome inclusion - for this fan, at least - is a section detailing the people behind the Cyberman's creation and development, telling the story of how the idea of the Cybermen was conceived and profiling those who work to create the image of the Cybermen we see on screen today.

Chapter 2 - Cybermen: Status Update - is a brand new short story written especially for this eBook by Big Finish's Joseph Lidster, who has had previous experience writing for the Cybermen for both the Sixth Doctor and Bernice Summerfield audio ranges. The short story format works extremely well here, providing a neat balance with the fact-laden first chapter.

In Status Update we are introduced to young Jacob Sowersby, a schoolboy from the Earth colony of Tiestus who - as we learn from BOB, the diary newly implanted into his brain - loves pork pies, hates cabbage, and is working up the courage to ask out a girl at school. Jacob's ordinary life, however, comes to a screeching halt when a spaceship lands on his planet, his initial excitement turning to terror as he realises that the whole population are the latest victims of a Cyberman invasion...

The story is an engaging and enjoyable read, and younger readers in particular will be able to quickly identify with and connect with the main character. The changes in tone throughout the story are handled well, and there's even some dark humour as BOB continues to update Jacob's increasingly panicked diary entries with an unfailing chirpiness. The illustrations by Neil Roberts are both gorgeous to look at and complement the story well, whilst the optional narration from Nicholas Briggs is a treat, not only competently portraying Jacob's stream of consciousness but adding an air of authenticity once the Cybermen themselves make an appearance.


With the return of the Cybermen in Series 8 - which begins this August - the release of this eBook is undeniably timely, although whether this hints at a greater importance to the Cybermen than we might otherwise expect or is just a convenient opportunity to tie this product in to the show remains unclear. Either way, it provides a great user-friendly resource for those wanting to 'upgrade' their Cyberman knowledge, with something for everyone in the eBook's 13+ target audience. In addition the BBC have billed this eBook part of a trial to 'explore a different platform for delivering additional content' to its audience, and certainly the high level of interactivity makes it something unique from other products currently available to Doctor Who fans, providing a solid base which the BBC could potentially build on in future releases.

The clips from the show itself are a particular highlight as is the behind the scenes content, which is something I'd liked to have seen more of in this eBook, although that may just be personal preference and perhaps a bit picky considering the volume of material already included! The games and quizzes could also perhaps be more challenging, and any future releases along the line might benefit from a series of these at various difficulty levels to cater for its wide audience. Even so, this eBook is great value for money at full price, but for free it's an absolute steal and at the very least is something worth checking out before we enter the month in which Doctor Who at last returns to our screens.

Doctor Who: Cybermen Monster File is available for free in the UK until 23:59 on 31st July 2014, after which it will cost £6.99. The eBook is also available to purchase internationally.

This review is based on the Apple iPad version of Doctor Who: Cybermen Monster File, which is also available to download on Android and Kindle Fire - for the correct version for your device and country follow the link here.

The Gallifrey Times Rating: 8/10
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Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular: 2015 UK Tour Dates Announced

The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular will make its UK debut in May 2015, BBC Worldwide have announced.

The live concert is a celebration of all things Doctor Who, featuring Murray Gold's captivating music accompanied by specially edited video sequences from the past 50 years of the show. Music will be performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and members of the BBC National Chorus of Wales, both conducted by Ben Foster.

The event, which takes inspiration from the special Doctor Who BBC Proms concerts and has previously been a huge success in Australia, will enjoy a limited run of twelve UK performances in London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow:

The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
Saturday 23rd May

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Monday 25th May

National Indoor Arena, Birmingham
Tuesday 26th May

First District Arena, Leeds
Wednesday 27th May

Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Thursday 28th May

SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Friday 29th May

A host of live monsters will be let loose inside the venues, as previous shows have included the iconic Daleks and Cybermen, the spine-chilling Silence and many more of the Doctor's most popular adversaries. The live monsters provide a dramatic counterpoint to the evocative and thrilling music written by Murray Gold, responsible for the last eight years of epic Doctor Who music including the record-breaking (and BAFTA award-winning) 50th anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor.

The show will also feature Murray's latest score and footage from the forthcoming series, which will be broadcast around the world on August 23rd.

Guest presenters will be announced in early 2015, and in past shows have included Alex Kingston, Peter Davison and Mark Williams, so audiences will be able to expect some familiar faces during the show.

Readers who wish to purchase a ticket can do so with an exclusive fan presale opening at 10am on Wednesday 30th July through the SEE Tickets website. Tickets are from £23 per person and various merchandise packages are also available.

From 9am on Friday 1st August, tickets and merchandise for the Symphonic Spectacular will go on general sale to the public at the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular website.

Will you be buying tickets for this event? Let us know!

[Source: CultBox]
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Sunday, 27 July 2014

New Fourth Doctor Sculpture To Be Revealed

Joining other sculptures at Hyde Fundraisers charity exhibition at Spaceport, Merseyside will be a likeness of Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor!

The new exhibit will be revealed at 10am on the 3rd of August later this year with artist Phil Robinson in session to talk about his creation. Once completed, the sculpture will depict the Fourth Doctor in his Season 18 costume stepping from the TARDIS.

All profits from the exhibition go to BBC Children in Need.

[Source: Doctor Who News]
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Series 8: Deep Breath