Hello, Whovians. A while back we asked you guise to submit your best Twelfth Doctor / Clara Oswald fanart to be featured at the very beginning of the Doctor Who World Tour in New York City, and shown to hundreds of fans in the theater! We know that not all of you had you own TARDIS to get you to the Ziegfeld, so here’s a video of what everyone got to see at the event.
Check out the size of that screen and the size of that crowd!
(Unfortunately this slideshow is silent, but that can easily be fixed by playing the Doctor Who theme in the background. Or Clara’s theme. Or the theme from Jurassic Park. The tunes are up to you!)
A huuuuuuge dinosaur-sized Doctor Who Thank You to everyone who sent us their art and to everyone who came out to the World Tour and saw said art up on a big screen!
BBC AMERICA presents Doctor Who U.S. Premiere Fan Screening Event.
More information about the event and tickets will be posted on Monday, August 11. Tickets will go live at Eventbrite.com on Monday, August 11 at 12:00PM ET. No information will be available on Eventbrite.com before then.
BBC America presents the U.S. Premiere Fan Screening Event with special guests Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Steven Moffat hosted by Chris Hardwick.
Thursday, August 14th @ 7:30 PM ET
Tickets on sale Monday, August 11th @ 12:00PM ET for $12* on Eventbrite.com.
Venue to be announced.
*Ticket surcharge applies. Eventbrite.com ticket page will not be live until Monday, August 11 @ 12:00 PM ET. Event is general admission with a ticket on a first come, first served basis.
More info on the Doctor Who: The World Tour: doctorwho.tv
In case you missed it!
Whovians in Times Square lining up for a cinema screening of The Day of The Doctor!
Steven Moffat says thank you to the crowd at The Way Station (by filthysize)
I had heard via The Way Station FB, and through various Twitter sources, that there was a chance that Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue would be at the bar tonight to watch the finale of this latest series of “Doctor Who.”
There were three officially scheduled showings: 1:00 PM, 3:30 PM, and 5:00 PM. But then it was suggested by the lovely folks at The Way Station that they could maybe do a 6:30 showing as well (5:00 and 6:30/6:45 are more their usual screening times). Sue Vertue then asked if there was in fact going to be a 6:30 showing.
So I planned my day.
@mitchroutman got the most darling photo of @tattyburvil and #mattsmith reuniting! #doctorwho love (x)
Michael is psyched to sit with sue, Steven Moffat and Matt SMITH at the Doctor Who season finale today at The Way Station
Steven Moffat signed the inside of my TARDIS
Doctor Who: The Angels Take Manhattan (2012)
Posted by: @Moloknee
Gorgeous hand-painted Doctor Who mural in Brooklyn.
Previously on Doctor Who Tumblr… this post.
UPDATE: YOU SHOT THE TARDIS!!! Use this new link.
UPDATE: Tickets are SOLD OUT!
6:00pm, Saturday, August 25th at the Ziegfeld Theater. Buy your tickets now!
BBC AMERICA is proud to present the U.S. premiere screening of the new season of DOCTOR WHO Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 6:00pm in New York City. The screening will be immediately followed by a live Q&A with stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and executive producer Caroline Skinner.
Don’t miss your chance to be among the first to see “ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS,” the season premiere of the all-new series, before the premiere on BBC AMERICA’S Supernatural Saturday, coming this Fall.
Tickets cost 11¢ (with a $1 surcharge) in honor of the Eleventh Doctor.
We will announce the venue and ticket information tomorrow afternoon. Tickets go on sale TOMORROW Thursday, August 16 and will be made available exclusively through a link shared by the @BBCAmerica Twitter handle. Tickets will sell out fast so follow @BBCAmerica to be informed of the link as soon as it goes live!
UPDATE: you can purchase tickets here!
UPDATE: Tickets are SOLD OUT!
The woman in the trunk… Suspicious.
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Doctor Who + BBC America ad on the train in New York.