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July 25th, 2010 22 comments

Doctor Who Proms 2010 – In Pictures

Doctor Who Proms 2010

Picture gallery from Sundays spectacular Doctor Who Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, London.

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This years Doctor Who Prom events have taken place over the weekend Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th July.

The events were in the main part hosted by Karen Gillan (Amy ) with Arthur Darvill (Rory) introducing part of the schedule in the second half.

Matt Smith appeared as The Doctor in a special scene acted out in front of the huge crowds which involved the help of a young boy from the audience. Matt Smith joked how he would be able to tell all his friend at school that he had acted with The Doctor – but them reminded him it was half term.

Various monsters interacted with the audience including the Judoon, Vampires and Silurians. The Victoy Dalek and Angel arrived through the arena floor and Cybermen and The Supreme Dalek appeared on the main stage.

Karen Gillan, Matt Smith and Arthur Darvill were all on stage at the End where the concert as a whole received a well deserved standing ovation.

After the event on Sunday crowds gathered at the stage door where several of the participants were more than happy to sign the special programmes which feature a new Dalek on the front in their various covers , these were £3 each with many people buying all 5.

The Saturday programme was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3, but the event was recorded for BBC Television to be shown at a later date.


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