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Sunday, 24 May 2015 - Reported by Chuck Foster
For those attending the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular this week, pride of place on stage of course goes to the Doctor's 'home', the TARDIS. The prop was supplied by This Planet Earth and assembled by Simon Nash and Fred Harrison, and they have kindly sent us photos of the Doctor Who icon being constructed for the London leg of the performances.

TARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred HarrisonTARDIS prop being built for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in London (23/24 May 2015). Images: This Planet Earth/Simon Nash/Fred Harrison

(with thanks to Fred Harrison)