Sunday, 31 January 2016

The Whoniverse Round-Up February 2016

February 2016

Welcome 2016, full of snow and floods and hurricane storms with ridiculous names, but no matter, there’s been a fair bit of activity over January to keep us amused.

Whovians Series 2

If you’ve enjoyed the first series of Whovians, which you can still view over on the Whovianstv website and on Youtube then you’ll be pleased to know that there is a second series coming out this year (2016).

Speaking with Rhys Jones, creator and writer of Whovians TV, this week, we learnt that the new series will have the main cast in each episode, rather than individual character stories as seen in the first series. There are also plans for further stories over the next few years.
We all have our favourite episodes from the first series, and so we can’t wait for the new series to begin. Rhys tells us that he will be setting up crowd funding for the new series, which seems the way forward for a lot of online shows, and why not indeed. So look out for these posts over the next few months, as we’ll be keeping in touch with Rhys and the team.

The Whovians website also has a ‘Behind the Scenes’ show from last year’s episodes. There are plenty of Pages to view on their site, check them out.
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Constable Keystone I-SATT Teaching Safety

Constable Keystone is a character created by Robert Stone.

'Roberts belief and desire is to educate young children about safety in a fun and none frightening manner, embedding scenarios that may arise, giving a young mind the tools to be mentally equipped to handle any situation, there is nothing worse than a child not possessing the knowledge to steer them away from danger.'

You can find out more on the website here -

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A Day in the Life of Gareth David-Lloyd

On the 7th May 2016, at 11am, you can meet Gareth David-Lloyd at the Gates Arts Centre – find out more details click or copy and paste the link above.

   ‘This is a one-day Doctor Who themed charity event, with all proceeds being donated to the Gate Arts Centre. There’ll be an interview, question and answer with the audience, a charity raffle and autographs, as this is our eleventh event we also have a number of special surprises planned to add to the fun, including Doctor Who/Torchwood writer and Producer James Goss who will be doing a reading and question and answer panel in which he will discuss the newly released Big Finish Torchwood Audio Adventures.’

Early bird tickets are on sale now £8.00 adults and £5 or children/concession.

This informal event will be relaxed and limited to a maximum of 75 people, there are no charges for autographs on your own items (limited to 3 items per person), no charges for selfies and your own photos, so get your tickets quickly, before time and economic reality catches up with us.

I’m unsure at this point if all the tickets have sold out, or if there are some still available, so it’s worth checking at the box office first to find out. 

To book please call the box office on (029) 2048 3344

If you are going, we’d love to hear all about your day there, and share your pics on our Expo & Cons page.

Simon Fisher-Becker

If you’re a fan of Doctor Who & Harry Potter, you may be interested to know that Simon Fisher-Becker will be at the February Strikes Back Comic Con event on February 7th from 10am – 5pm, at Oasis Academy Wintringham, Weelsby Avenue, Grimsby.
You can click on the link to read more on the article.

This just in. 21st February at 3pm at Lost Theatre, for My Dalek Has a Puncture tour. For more details, click or copy and paste link.

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