BBC News: Matt Smith ‘proud’ of Doctor Who Proms

The Doctor Who Proms returns for the third time as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations and will feature special guests in two concerts.
Matt Smith said: “I love the Albert Hall. I love the Proms. I love classical music. I think it’s a great thing to see all of Murray [Gold]’s really brilliant score over the years come to life”

BBC News: Matt Smith ‘proud’ of Doctor Who Proms

The Doctor Who Proms returns for the third time as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations and will feature special guests in two concerts.

Matt Smith said: “I love the Albert Hall. I love the Proms. I love classical music. I think it’s a great thing to see all of Murray [Gold]’s really brilliant score over the years come to life”

From the Doctor Who Prom (2010)

From the Doctor Who Prom (2010)

(via thatweasleygirl)

I seriously just started crying my eyes out while watching Doctor Who at the Proms.

hushsoundislove:

I seriously just started crying my eyes out while watching Doctor Who at the Proms. 

Vincent’s music is just so beautiful… 

GAH. 

BBC America to air Doctor Who Prom (2010) as part of their DW Marathon this weekend.
So we were looking at the BBC America lineup for the Doctor Who Marathon this weekend when we came across this bit:

BBC America is going to air the 2010 Doctor Who Prom on American television! (and they didn’t tell us probably b/c we would have yelled and danced and sang like one of those impossible scenes from Glee where they all do a musical number in the middle of the cafeteria and everyone is just there but if it happened in real life the whole thing would just feel a bit put on and hawkward — that’s what it would be like. Wait a sec… we wrote this in the post? This wasn’t in a tag? Oh this is just hawkward as well.)
Anyway, it’s on at 10am Saturday on BBC America.
For info on what the Doctor Who Prom is, we consulted the website known as ‘Please read: a personal appeal from' (aka Wikipedia):

The Doctor Who Prom 2010 was a concert showcasing incidental music from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, along with classical music, performed as part of the BBC's Proms series of concerts. The concert was performed on 24 and 25 July 2010 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and was hosted by actors Matt Smith, who portrays the Doctor, and Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, who play his companions.

BBC America to air Doctor Who Prom (2010) as part of their DW Marathon this weekend.

So we were looking at the BBC America lineup for the Doctor Who Marathon this weekend when we came across this bit:

BBC America is going to air the 2010 Doctor Who Prom on American television! (and they didn’t tell us probably b/c we would have yelled and danced and sang like one of those impossible scenes from Glee where they all do a musical number in the middle of the cafeteria and everyone is just there but if it happened in real life the whole thing would just feel a bit put on and hawkward — that’s what it would be like. Wait a sec… we wrote this in the post? This wasn’t in a tag? Oh this is just hawkward as well.)

Anyway, it’s on at 10am Saturday on BBC America.

For info on what the Doctor Who Prom is, we consulted the website known as ‘Please read: a personal appeal from' (aka Wikipedia):

The Doctor Who Prom 2010 was a concert showcasing incidental music from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, along with classical music, performed as part of the BBC's Proms series of concerts. The concert was performed on 24 and 25 July 2010 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and was hosted by actors Matt Smith, who portrays the Doctor, and Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, who play his companions.

You’re on the ceiling…

You’re on the ceiling…

(Source: curtainwitcharchive)




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