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The Science of Doctor Who Tours Down Under!

Audiences are being encouraged to bring their smartphones (as if you don’t carry them around with you anyway) or SIM-enabled tablets to The Science of Doctor Who, a live stage show presented by RiAus in association with BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand.

Described as “highly interactive,” the show has been in rehearsals all week in Adelaide, and host, Rob Lloyd explains:

“Fans will be able to interact via an online voting tool, with real-time results back on stage to answer big questions like: Who would win a battle between a Cyberman and a Dalek? Or how many DVDs are required to hold the entire data of a human body?”

There’s just over a week until the show tours Australia; here are the exact times and places:

  • Perth 26 April (2 shows)
  • Brisbane 10 May (2 shows)
  • Sydney 23, 24, 25 May (4 shows)
  • Adelaide 31 May (2 shows)
  • Melbourne 13, 14, 15 June (4 shows)

Lloyd says:

“Watching something cool on stage is one thing – taking part in the action and excitement happening on stage is something different altogether. Featuring plenty of original clips from the past 50 years of Doctor Who, there are no limits to this adventure as we travel the cosmos to reveal The Science of Doctor Who. Created by fans, for fans, everyone will not only enjoy this show – they’ll learn something as well!”

You can find out more at their official site!


When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates (Kasterborous' Assistant Editor) pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.

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