From Daleks to Cybermen, the world of Doctor Who is set to be brought to life in immersive show Doctor Who Time Fracture in London
Stunning images of the sets of Doctor Who Time Fracture have been released ahead of the immersive production opening on 26 May.
The show puts fans at the heart of the story, taking them on a journey across space and time and bringing them face to face with Doctor Who characters including Daleks, Cybermen and Weeping Angels.
A team of more than 40 including set dressers and sound technicians has developed the space into an immersive theatre environment, creating 17 worlds spread across an expansive 2,700 sq m space, under designer Rebecca Brower.
It features a 42-strong cast including 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.
It will also feature pre-recorded cameos from actors who have played Doctor Who: Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Jo Martin and current Doctor, Jodie Whittaker. Voice actors will take on the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors while video and audio will include Jemma Redgrave reprising her TV role of Kate Lethbridge-Stewart and Jon Culshaw playing the Brigadier as he has in audio dramas. Actor Michael Troughton will provide voiceover for his father Patrick Troughton’s Second Doctor and the voices of the Daleks and Cybermen are delivered by Doctor Who regular Nicholas Briggs. Additional voice talent provided by Doctor Who audio production company Big Finish includes Jonathan Carley and Tim Treloar.
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 meticulous detail by some of the industry’s leading prop and costume experts.
Devised by the team behind the immersive production of The Great Gatsby, it is directed by Tom Maller and written by Daniel Dingsdale. It takes place at space transformed into Unit HQ – the special military unit that has featured in Doctor Who since 1969 – at 1-8 Davies Mews in central London.