May 2021 will see Doctor Who: Time Fracture open in London, an immersive theatre event where you will be part of the show. Featuring an original story arc, Doctor Who: Time Fracture will feature Daleks, Cybermen, Time Lords and many other strange and mysterious characters as you undertake a mission to save the universe as we know it.

In an immersive theatre, actors interact with the audience for individual scenes, often improvising with willing audience members. Some audience members may have to solve problems or deliver messages that affect the story. Others may stumble upon a scene that only they will witness.

The plot says “1940 – it’s the height of the Blitz. A weapon of unknown origin destroys a small corner of Mayfair, and simultaneously opens up a rift in space and time. For decades, UNIT has fought to protect the people of Earth from the dangers it poses, but they’ve been beaten back as the fracture multiplies out of control.”

“Earth as we know it is at stake – now is the time for you to step up and be the hero. Travelling to impossible places, confronting menacing monsters and ancient aliens along the way, it’s a journey across space and time to save our race, and our beautiful planet.”

As you would expect in the current situation, Doctor Who: Time Fracture will take place whilst adhering to the social distancing guidelines, and will be offering an unconditional exchange policy where customers who are no longer able to attend can exchange their ticket for an equivalent ticket on an alternative date.

The performance lasts around 2 hours and takes place in the evenings, with afternoon performances on Wednesday and at weekends.

Tickets are available from here, with more details here.

Officially licensed by BBC Studios, Doctor Who: Time Fracture will take place a former military drill hall just a few minutes from Bond Street tube station, from 17th February 2021, with tickets available through to 11 April 2021 from Wed 26th May through to 17th April 2022.


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  1. JP says:

    One of the most admirably fulsome FAQ sections I’ve seen on the actual site, well done BBC.
    But, here comes the damning with faint praise bit, I note the copyright 1963/6 for Terry Nation et al but couldn’t find who wrote the script.
    I fear that it will come with the whiff of the “sleb” writers of our day and not the drama of the “the play’s the thing” writing of yore.
    If I’m wrong, I’ll quietly exterminate myself of course.

    • ianvisits says:

      Tom Maller (Director) trained at Drama Centre London; after graduating in 2010 he performed in the West End, Shakespeare’s Globe, The Old Vic and in numerous Secret Cinema productions. His performance background led him on to becoming one of the creators of the UK’s longest running immersive theatre show The Great Gatsby. Tom has been part of Secret Cinema’s creative team for the past 5 years, directing Dr Strangelove, 28 Days Later, Blade Runner and Romeo + Juliet. His most recent production was Casino Royale which opened in London 2019 and transferred to Shanghai 2020. Tom is also a co-founder of The Immersive Ensemble, who are renowned for creating ground-breaking shows such as The Drop Off.

      Daniel Dingsdale (Writer) is a London based actor, writer and theatre maker who has performed in and written for television, film and theatre. He has gained extensive experience in the immersive medium performing in and creating material for dozens of immersive productions with companies including Secret Cinema, Les Entrants Terribles, Innovative Productions and The Guild of Misrule. Daniel was a member of the original London cast of The Great Gatsby. Daniel’s writing credits include Dark Tourism (Park theatre), Stardust (Southwark Playhouse, Pleasance and UK tour) and immersive productions The Drop Off, A.T.T.C and The Who Done It? as a founding member of the Immersive Ensemble.

      Rebecca Brower (Production Designer) many theatre credits include Last King of Scotland (Sheffield, Crucible), Leave to Remain (Lyric Hammersmith), Hay Fever (Salisbury Playhouse), Preludes (Southwark Playouse), Singin In The Rain (Gaiety Theatre), Glass Menagerie (Arcola. Off West End Nomination, Best Set Design), Treasure Island (Leicester Haymarket), Beautiful Thing (GDIF), All or Nothing (West End), Project Polunin – Satori (London Coliseum), Pyar Actually (Rifco Arts UK Tour), A Lie of the Mind (Southwark Playhouse. Off West End Nomination, Best Set Design), Ray Cooney’s Out of Order (UK Tour), The Boys in the Band (West End), Tom & Jerry (Warner Brothers, World Tour), Home Chat (Finborough Theatre. Off West End Nomination, Best Set Design) and Hamlet (The Rose Theatre, Bankside. Off West End Nomination, Best Set Design). Ceremony and Event credits include: The Opening Event for the London Borough of Culture 2020 (Wembley, Olympic Way), Closing Ceremony of the Exhibition of the North (Newcastle), Beautiful Thing, The House (GDIF), Heritage Flame Ceremony (Rio 2016 Paralympics). In 2012, Rebecca was on the Design Team for the London Olympics and Paralympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

      James Goss (BBC Consultant) has written books, audio and theatre about things he loves. He’s worked with Tom Baker, been Douglas Adams’ literal ghost writer, and Russell T Davies did the drawings for his first and only book of poetry. With Arvind David he adapted Douglas Adams’ Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency into a stage play that has been produced worldwide since the 1990s. He’s a Sunday Times bestselling author, won LA Weekly’s Top Theatrical Adaptation, as well as a Scribd Award and Audiobook Of The Year.

  2. JP says:

    Que vous etes gentil Thank you so very much for the information.

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