Science of the Time Lords

26 - 27 January 2019

Time to discover the science behind one of the world’s most popular TV franchises, if you can come out from behind the sofa for long enough of course!

Image from Science of the Time Lords 2017

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Join the National Space Centre for a fun family weekend where we look at the fact behind the fiction.

An event for families, children and fans to enjoy, there is a jam-packed schedule of workshops, competitions, challenges, talks, exhibitions and lots of your favourite terrifying foes to encounter.

Activities

  • Science Stage
  • Special Guests
  • Awesome Exhibition
  • Hyperspace Hypermarket
  • Artist Alley
  • Craft Zone

SPECIAL GUESTS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

Special Guests

Sylvester McCoy

The Seventh Doctor

With his trademark panama hat and question mark umbrella, the Seventh incarnation of the Time Lord from Gallifrey will be making his fourth visit to The National Space Centre. You may also recognise Sylvester from his role as Radagast in the hit trilogy; The Hobbit.

Saturday Only

Paul McGann

The Eighth Doctor

Paul starred in the 1987 dark comedy Withnail and I, and as the eighth incarnation of the Doctor in the 1996 Doctor Who television film, a role he reprised in more than 70 audio dramas and the 2013 mini-episode “The Night of the Doctor”. McGann is also known for playing Lieutenant William Bush in Hornblower and Professor John Gaskell in Holby City.

Saturday Only

Peter Davison

The Fifth Doctor

Peter was the fifth incarnation of the Doctor in Doctor Who, which he played from 1981 to 1984. Peter’s real life daughter is actress Georgia Moffett, who played The Doctor’s daughter Jenny in the episode “The Doctor’s Daughter”. In December 2011 she married Scottish actor David Tennant, who played the Tenth Doctor, making them a true Time Lord family.

Saturday Only

Colin Baker

The Sixth Doctor

The sixth incarnation of the Doctor, from 1984 to 1986. However, he made his first appearance in Doctor Who as Commander Maxil in the story Arc of Infinity (1983) and was one of the few characters to actually shoot the Doctor, then played by Peter Davison.

Saturday Only

This is a PREMIUM EVENT – Annual Passes and vouchers are NOT valid on
this event.

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