We’ve got our people on the ground at the Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru (Wales Millenium Centre) in Cardiff. The Doctor Who Facebook and Anglophenia will be feeding us updates and pics and exclusive one-on-one interviews all in exchange for watching their cats.
Which, by the way, we’ve lost.
This is a shot of the Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru shot of the from the phone of the Doctor Who Facebook Page confirming that they have arrived and are ready to go. In return, we are posting a pic of a random cat from Tumblr, hoping that they don’t realize it isn’t their cat.
Yeah. That should fool ‘em.
See you all
at the convention at the dwcon hashtag this weekend!
The Official Doctor Who Convention with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Steven Moffat (And So Many More!®) begins March 24 in Cardiff, Wales. Here’s everything you should know (so far):
There’s going to be Tumblr Doctor Who meetups on March 23rd, 24th and 25th! Tumblr Whovian Rebecca is taking the initiative to organize several Tumblr meetups in Cardiff including ones that you can attend without a ticket! As we’ve kind of said before, we expect all Tumblr Whovian meetups to look exactly like this:
Take pics to prove us right. Or wrong. Meetup info here: cardiffdwconmeetup.tumblr.com
There are TARDIS tours all day Monday, March 26th! It’s free to conference attendees only but you’ll get to visit the actual TARDIS set. Please go. For the love of Gallifrey PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE GO! And post pics to Tumblr so the rest of us can see.
Speaking of which, if you are among the Whovians attending the Con, be sure to take photos, livetweet, livetumbl, post recaps and Matt Smith sightings! We’re going to be watching the following tags for updates and will reblog stuff as it comes in: doctor who convention, dwcon, doctorwhocon, cardiffcon,
We’ve handed over “coverage” duties to our siblings from the Doctor Who Facebook page and Anglophenia blog in exchange for watching their cats for the weekend. Follow us for exclusive behind the scenes stuff we’ll be getting from DW Facebook and Anglo (or follow them if you’re into the Facebook or blog thing.) We may also post pictures of their cats.
(gif of Maru not necessarily representative of actual experience with normal cats.)
Ok. We think that’s it so far. Anything we’re missing? Let us know. We’ll be reblogging this post whenever we have new info.