Doctor Who location report with Jenna-Louise Coleman, Jemma Redgrave and Ingrid Oliver!
If you take the TARDIS to London, what sights you would you see? Continuing our Brit List: Summer of London series, we reached out to the cast of Doctor Who for their favorite hidden spots in Britain’s capital. What’s Karen Gillan‘s favorite café in London? Arthur Darvill‘s must-visit museum? Alex Kingston‘s choice place to take a stroll? Watch our interview to find out:
Karen on the Underground.
‘Doctor Who’ monsters have invaded London.
The creepy Peg Dolls - which appeared in the episode ‘Night Terrors’ - were spotted at Brook Green Children’s Playground in the capital yesterday (19.10.11) eerily riding on the seesaw in the middle of the night.
The monsters stopped off at the playground on their way to their new home at the ‘Doctor Who Experience’ at London’s Olympia where they will be joining the Time Lord’s other adversaries in the exhibition section of the attraction in time for half-term week and Halloween weekend.
‘Doctor Who’ fans can get be taught how to “walk like a monster” by the BBC show’s choreographer Ailsa Berk on Friday October 28, and entry is free for children dressed as a character from the series accompanied by a paying adult.
Time-addled London is really quite pretty
The Streets of London.