The new immersive adventure based on the hit BBC television show is set to begin performances from the 26th May.
Rehearsals have now begun for the upcoming immersive adventure Doctor Who: Time Fracture which will begin performances in London from the 26th May.
Following over 5,000 applications, a cast of forty-two performers have been selected for the upcoming production which brings to life the world of Doctor who. The cast is set to include: Angus Brown, Angus Dunican, Anouk Chalmers, Becky Bassett, Bethany Blake, Charlie Burt, Chioma Uma, Christina Andrews, Craig Hamilton, Daisy Winter-Taylor, Dare Emmanuel, Efé Egwele, Ellamae Cieslik, Elliot Rodriguez, Gareth Radcliffe, Georgia Redgrave, Harry Pudwell, Hayden Wood, Howard Grater, Ivy Corbin, Jamal Renaldo, James Bryant, James Byng, James Lawrence, Jenny Horsthuis, Jessica Elton, Jessica Hern, John Sodiq Akanmu, Kieran Mortell, Liv Spencer, Max Krupski, Maxwell Tyler, Megan Louise Wilson, Michael Geary, Molly Walker, Paul Collin-Thomas, Paul Croft, Paul Easom, Ricky Hunt, Ricky Shah, Ryan Ruel and Sam Blythe.
Written by Daniel Dingsdale and directed by Tom Maller, Doctor Who: Time Fracture will take a company of 86 people to run each performance – with the cast bringing to life Daleks, Cybermen, Weeping Angels and a host of other well-known characters.
Featuring designs by Rebecca Brower and Doctor Who lore consultancy and Script Editing by James Goss, this new immersive experience will feature original costumes and props from across various episodes of the TV series feature in the production, sourced from the BBC’s Doctor Who props store in Cardiff. Many additional items that were either unavailable or no longer exist have been recreated in detail by some of the industry’s leading prop and costume experts.
This is the latest experience from the team behind The Great Gatsby, the UK’s longest running immersive show, with the build for Doctor Who: Time Fracture having been now completed with seventeen worlds spread across a vast 2,700m square space, with an army of over 40 including set dressers and sound technicians responsible to create the world of Doctor Who.
Talking about the news Director Tom Maller said: “The first day of rehearsals has finally arrived and we’re so excited to bring the story of Doctor Who Time Fracture to life over the coming weeks. The response to our application process has been overwhelming, as was the talent we met at our carefully managed audition process. We are delighted with our cast who are all ready for an intensive rehearsal period before we finally welcome audiences into Unit HQ from the first preview on 26th May.”