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FREE TICKETS FOR BBC DOCTOR WHO SALFORD SCREENING TODAY ONLY
 

Star date: 3rd December 2017

CHANCE TO SEE DOCTOR WHO CHRISTMAS SPECIAL IN ADVANCE

The BBC is screening this year's Doctor Who Christmas special in advance on Tuesday 19th December at Dock 10, MediaCityUK, and the ballot to apply for four free tickets shuts at 11pm tonight, 3rd December.

Full details here...


The Doctor Who Christmas special is one of the last must-see programmes that's on telly over the festive period, and this year's adventure, Twice Upon A Time, looks ace, with Peter Capaldi playing the Doctor for the last time, David Bradley as the First Doctor, and Pearl Mackie as their companion.

The BBC is screening the special in advance on Tuesday 19th December, 7pm at Dock 10, MediaCityUK, and Salford people are guaranteed 75% of the free tickets. With demand set to be huge, allocation will be on the basis of a random draw – and the deadline to apply is 11pm tonight, 3rd December. People can apply for up to four tickets.

As well as the screening, there's also going to be a Dalek and other famous props from the programme on hand for photos and selfies.

To apply for tickets just click here and tick the Dock 10, MediaCityUK, Salford box.

Please note the info and restrictions posted on the application page.

To see a trailer for the Doctor Who Christmas special - click chere

Natalie Williams wrote
at 7:32:06 AM on Monday, December 4, 2017
I would love to be considered for this my daughter is a mad dr who fan and would just love to see this. TIA
 
Jeanette costello wrote
at 1:49:16 AM on Monday, December 4, 2017
My fiancé is a Dr Who nerd, this would be the best present ever for him.
 
Sadie Thompson wrote
at 10:11:05 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
Wow amazing! I hope me and my fiancee could be considered! He's a huge doctor who fan and got me into it in a huge way too! Haha
 
Tara lancashire wrote
at 7:40:45 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
My 15 year old son who's a compete dr who freak and expert (since before he could talk!!), deserves to take part in his dream come true. He's been through tough times recently but has never once complained or felt sorry for himself and continued to smile and make me proud
 
Mark Sandford wrote
at 5:31:45 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
I would love to see this, 4 tickets would be phenomenal for me and my whovian friends
 
Salford Star wrote
at 4:24:39 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
See all comments below...The Salford Star would love to give tickets to all you nice people but we don't get a say - you need to apply to the BBC to enter the ballot for tickets. You have to click the link at the end of the article - good luck!
 
christine warren wrote
at 4:21:41 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
would love 4 tickets for dr who.
 
Miranda king wrote
at 4:21:37 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
OMG please pick me and my partner Daniel turner this would be the best Christmas present ever x
 
Jane kelly wrote
at 4:21:33 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
My 3 boys would love this! Massive dr who fans 😁
 
Linda Collins wrote
at 4:20:18 AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017
i am a youth worker and wonder if i could bbe consider for some tickets for Dr who
 
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