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The Crash of the Elysium to Hit Ipswich

Doctor Who’s interactive theatre production, The Crash of the Elysium, will be played out in Ipswich this summer and the good news is that ticket prices have been slashed to under 50% for all you lucky purchasers!

The show was created for the Manchester International Festival last year but due to popular demand it will now be performed at a multi-story car park in Ipswich for all of you to catch.

Watch out for promotional teams who will be on hand at Liverpool Street railway station in London before they move on to Portman Road for the Ipswich Town versus Birmingham City game on Tuesday. They will then move onto Aldeburgh, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds after that. The production will be running from 15th June until 8th July 2012 and will form part of the London 2012 festival.

The Crash of the Elysium proved to be a massive hit last year and was even recommended by Matt Smith himself. The show’s author, Tom MacRae, has written several Doctors Who episodes since the show returned in 2005, including 2011’s The Girl Who Waited, and has proved time and time again that he knows exactly how to make the Time Lord tick. Kasterborous will soon be releasing an interview with the man himself to find out more about how this extraordinary production works.

Tickets for The Crash of the Elysium are now on sale and can be purchased, while stocks last, by visiting www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/2012crash


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