A screening of the eleventh episode of the currently-airing tenth series of Doctor Who, World Enough and Time, will take place in Cardiff next week, accompanied by a live orchestral performance of the score.
The BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Alastair King, will perform Murray Gold’s music for the penultimate episode of the series as it is screened at Wales Millennium Centre on Saturday 24th June.
The screening will be followed by an exclusive question-and-answer session with actress Pearl Mackie (Bill Potts) and Doctor Who’s lead writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat. Fans will be invited to submit questions for the pair via the official Doctor Who website and social media feeds in due course.
The evening will be presided over by presenter Jason Mohammad and promises a host of monsters and surprises. Those unable to attend will be able to follow the Q&A session live stream at the BBC One Facebook page and Doctor Who YouTube channel.
Tickets will be allocated by random ballot, which can be entered by tweeting #DWFinaleCountdown to the official Doctor Who Twitter account at @bbcdoctorwho. The ballot will close at 3pm tomorrow – Wednesday 14th June – after which fifteen pairs of tickets will be allocated to successful applicants. Full terms and conditions can be found here.