Say hello to your fellow Whovians at the first meeting of the year! Join us for Doctor Who themed cocktails and a screening of Dalek, a Ninth Doctor classic. In an underground bunker full of alien artifacts, the Doctor encounters one living exhibit: a creature called "The Metaltron", which the Doctor is horrified to discover is a surviving Dalek. When the Dalek escapes, it’s against time to stop it from getting to the surface and wreaking havoc on humanity.
The Master arrives on Earth in his TARDIS, camouflaging it as a horse box in a circus. He immediately contacts the Nestenes and assists them in mounting a second invasion of Earth. The Doctor and his new assistant, Jo Grant, have to tackle the Autons, the Master and a large number of deadly daffodils!
Tonight we celebrate ten years since the first broadcast of Torchwood. A spin-off (and anagram) of Doctor Who containing our favourite, Captain Jack. If you haven’t seen it before, it is worth giving a go!
The writer who first introduced Adam Mitchell to the world, tonight we have a talk from Rob Shearman who wrote Dalek, one of the first episodes of the New Who era. (Want to catch up on Dalek? See it at Fresher’s Drinks!)
Say goodbye to 4th Week Blues at the Doctor Who Society! In tonight’s episode, the Doctor and his companions find themselves in a land of fiction, where they are hunted by life-size clockwork soldiers and encounter characters such as Rapunzel. Can the Doctor, Zoe, and Jamie find a way to escape?
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.
Continuing the tradition that started last term, if you wish to go in Cosplay or society representative clothing, please do so.
With a grand total of eight different Doctors over the two episodes, this will be the most jam-packed meeting yet! In The Five(ish) Doctors, with the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who about to start filming, the "Classic" Doctors are keen to be involved. But with the anniversary drawing ever closer, will they manage to succeed?! In The Day of the Doctor, something terrible is awakening in London's National Gallery; in 1562, a murderous plot is afoot in Elizabethan England; and somewhere in space, an ancient battle reaches its devastating conclusion. All of reality is at stake as the Doctor's own dangerous past comes back to haunt him.
It’s 7th week, you’ve nearly made it to the end of term, so why not come to our termly meal to celebrate? Location is to be decided, but the food will be delicious and the night will be fun. Keep an eye on your inbox for further details.
Had cravings for Doctor Who on Thursday? If so, join us for this term’s marathon! This term we will be watching all of released episodes of Class, the spin off set at Coal Hill School and written by Patrick Ness.
Please bring sustenance in the form of food and drink- you will probably need it.
8th Week is 80’s Week! “He makes sweets that kill people”. The Doctor and Ace land on the planet Terra Alpha to discover that sadness is against the law. They help the population form a rebellion against law enforcers, the Happiness Patrol. Enjoy the campness and hilarity and don’t forget your jelly babies!
Join us afterwards for the committee meeting to have your say in what we do next term.
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