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September 23rd, 2010 3 comments

Cheltenham Literature Festival Doctor Who Quiz

Literature Festival Doctor Who Quiz

This years Cheltenham Literature Festival timetable includes events associated with Doctor Who including a family quiz and contributions from Michael Moorcock and Justin Richards. The whole event takes place between 8th –17th October 2010.

Saturday 16 October 2010 at 4:00 pm (60mins)
Event F11 at Cheltenham Town Hall
Price: £7 adult, £6 child Age 7–14
(member price: £5.60)

Who is the biggest Doctor Who fan? Come as a team with family and friends (max 4 to a team) and test your TARDIS knowledge in an out-of-this-world challenge! Join our mystery quizmaster to find out if you can exterminate the opposition and take home a fabulous prize. We hear a Cyberman is out and about!

For more information click Here

Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles: Michael Moorcock

Sunday 17 October 2010 at 6:00 pm (60mins)
Event 323 at Cheltenham Town Hall Price: £7

Join us for the launch of the brand new Doctor Who novel, The Coming of the Terraphiles, with Michael Moorcock, award-winning creator of the Elric Saga and Mother London. Find out what the influential science fiction and fantasy giant has in store for the Doctor and Amy Pond.

For information on all events click Here

Write a Doctor Who Story with Justin Richards

SOLD OUT
Sunday 17 October 2010 at 11:00 am (120mins)

Find out how to write your own Doctor Who story, from ‘pre-titles’ sequence to explosive finale! Justin Richards, BBC Books Creative Consultant for the Doctor Who novels, will help you invent characters and terrifying monsters and decide where — and when — to set your story. You can also ask questions and discuss all things Doctor Who!

Our popular series of workshops is specifically designed for children. The capacity of these workshops is kept low to enable the children to be able to engage in more depth with a specific subject or to have more dedicated time for a make-and-do project.

You are only required to purchase a ticket for each child attending, and not for any accompanying adults. If you do not intend to remain at the workshop with your child then we ask parents/guardians to drop children off at the venue, sign them in and leave a mobile contact number in case of emergencies. Please ensure that you are able to collect your child from the workshop venue at the specified end time.


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