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More Big Finish @ £5!

All Big Finish fans rejoice, as Big Finish has added yet more adventures from their Doctor Who back catalogue to their “Big Finish for a fiver”offer.

Big Finish Doctor Who spinoffs for £5!With the imminent release of Project: Infinity, a Seventh Doctor adventure that reintroduces The Forge, you can now get the Doctor’s earlier encounters with the shady organisation in Project: Twilight and Project: Lazarus for five pounds each. Both are excellent plays that really push the standard of what Colin Baker can achieve as the Sixth Doctor and Lazarus is worth picking up just to hear the Sixth Doctor’s impression of the Seventh! Infinity is long awaited conclusion to this trilogy so if you want to find out what happened before, now’s the time.

With the recent return of Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka to the Doctor Who fold in the latest Big Finish Fifth Doctor trilogy, you can also pick up her 2006 return as “older” Tegan in The Gathering, a fantastic play written by the brilliant Joseph Lidster. It’s a sequel and a prequel to the Sixth Doctor adventure The Reaping but don’t worry, there isn’t a specific order they have to be listened to in.

And if you’re missing your UNIT fix then you can also purchase each UNIT play that Big Finish has released for five pounds each as well.

Be warned though, these offers are very limited and will not be available for long so visit www.bigfinsh.com and pick them up today!



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