Trinity Term 2014

1st Week Thursday 1st May, 8pm

Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Magdalen
The Fourth Doctor
Terror of the Zygons
We start the term with Terror of the Zygons, as the Fourth Doctor, Sarah and Harry are summoned to Scotland in order to investigate a series of mysterious disasters at oil rigs in the area. Features both the Zygons and Tom Baker, fresh from their appearances in The Day of the Doctor...
2nd Week Thursday 8th May, 8pm

Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Magdalen
The Tenth Doctor The First Doctor
The Romans and The Fires of Pompeii
This week, we watch two adventures which showcase two very different views of life in the Roman Empire. In The Romans, we join the First Doctor on a Roman holiday that keeps on going even more horribly wrong, while in The Fires of Pompeii, the Tenth Doctor and Donna become stuck in Pompeii on the eve of one of the most famous natural disasters of all time...
3rd Week Thursday 15th May, 8pm

Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Magdalen
The Eleventh Doctor The Ninth Doctor
Father's Day and The Girl Who Waited
Bring along the tissues for our inaugural Poignant Week, as we watch two episodes to pluck at the heartstrings. In Father’s Day, Rose's request of the Ninth Doctor to take her back to see her dead dad ends up horribly backfiring, whereas The Girl Who Waited sees Amy trapped in a medical facility, forcing the Eleventh Doctor and Rory to make their own heartbreaking decisions...
Saturday 17th May, 12pm

Lady Margaret Hall
The Oxford Doctor Who Society 25th Anniversary Garden Party
Come celebrate 25 glorious years of DocSoc in the gardens of LMH! The party runs from 12-6pm and there will be canapés and drinks served from 2pm. There are still tickets available - please email the society ASAP if you would like to come.
4th Week Thursday 22nd May, 8pm

Old Law Library, Magdalen
The Second Doctor
The Moonbase
This week, join us as the Second Doctor, Jamie, Ben and Polly visit a Moonbase (fancy that!) in the grip of an alien plague, as the Cybermen gather. As episodes 1 and 3 are missing from the archives, they will be presented in animated format, with the original soundtracks intact.
5th Week Thursday 29th May, 8pm

Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Magdalen
The Geek Quiz
In the legendary Geek Quiz, members of Oxford's geekiest societies get together in order to battle it out for the crown of "team who won that term". If you can write a round not entirely related to Doctor Who, bring it along.
6th Week Thursday 5th June, 8pm

Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Magdalen
The Seventh Doctor
Dragonfire with Blake's 7: Weapon
In this week's first story, the Seventh Doctor and Mel find themselves on the hunt for the fabled treasure of Dragonfire. On this quest, they encounter friends old and new, and we witness the most shocking cliffhanger in Doctor Who history...

Then, as a special treat, we’re journeying away from the Whoniverse for an introduction to one of the BBC's other sci-fi shows, Blake’s 7, created by Terry Nation.
7th Week Thursday 12th June, 8pm

Moya, 97 St. Clement's Street
DocSoc Meal
Join us for the termly DocSoc Meal, which is taking place in Moya this time around - no, not the spaceship from Farscape. Moya is a Slovak restaurant and cocktail bar, offering a menu that’s "tasty, wholesome and fresh - Slovak food at its finest!"
Saturday 14th June, 12 pm

Old Law Library, Magdalen
The Fifth Doctor The Fourth Doctor The Third Doctor The Second Doctor
The One-Off Villains Marathon
This term, the marathon salutes the secondary monsters and villains - those that never again appeared on the show, but have found new life in the various bits of extracurricular fiction that have accumulated around the show. Join us for The Mind Robber (the Second Doctor), Frontier in Space (the Third Doctor), Horror of Fang Rock (the Fourth Doctor) and Enlightenment (the Fifth Doctor)
8th Week Thursday 19th June, 9pm

Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Magdalen
The Sixth Doctor
Timelash
Eighth week is Eighties week! Join us this week for a Sixth Doctor experience that is truly beyond compare. The Doctor and Peri find themselves on the planet Karfel, which the Doctor appears to have visited before. Tinsel, Paul Darrow and Bandrils combine in an Eighties extravaganza which is not to be missed...

An archive of past termcards from the last few years can be found here.




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