More tickets to a Series 8 launch celebration that is free to attend are up for grabs.
The Twelfth Knight Party
is being held in London on Saturday 23rd August
, starting at 3pm
, with Deep Breath
and any accompanying Doctor Who programming broadcast that afternoon and evening being shown live on big screens.
Organised by Jeremy and Paula Bentham
together with Tony Clark
, the party - which is open to all people aged 18 and over - was announced before it emerged that the series opener would be simulscreened at cinemas. This has led to cancellations for ticket applications for the free event.
Jeremy told Doctor Who News
The announcement of nationwide Deep Breath cinema screenings has led to some changes of plan by around 100 people who had earlier pre-registered to attend the party.
I'm therefore delighted to have both the time and the opportunity to offer these "spares" to people who would like to see for free the opening episode of Series 8, plus any other Doctor Who programming being aired while the party takes place, on super-size TV screens in a party environment rather than a popcorn one.
Food and drink will be available to buy at the venue, which is installing extra 55-inch screens.
To apply for tickets, e-mail Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org
by the revised closing date of Sunday 17th August
, using the subject line Twelfth Knight ticket applications
and stating your name as well as how many people will be in your group.
Tickets and exact details of where the party is being held will be despatched the next day by e-mail. Please note that admission will be by ticket only.
London Transport links for the weekend are currently reported as being good, although people are still urged to consider their transport options for getting home afterwards, as the event will finish late.
Since the show returned to TV screens in 2005, the organisers have held a series of highly popular event parties in London, most recently the Doc Lands @ 50 Party
, which took place on 23rd November 2013 to mark the programme's 50th anniversary.