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Beyond theTARDIS

Keeping tabs on what the cast and crew of Doctor Who get up to away from the series…

THEATRE BILLING

Pearl Mackie continues to appear as Lulu in The Birthday Party at the Harold Pinter Theatre. She supported her role with interviews for Whats On Stage (tinyurl.com/Pearl20Questions), The Stage (tinyurl.com/StageMackie), The Observer (tinyurl.com/PearlCulture) and Time Out (tinyurl.com/TOPearl). The play has received excellent reviews.

SMITH & CORDEN

Matt Smith,Mark Gatiss andBonnie Langford were at the opening of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella at London Sadler’s Wells on 17 December. Matt attended the Golden Globe Awards at LA’s Beverly Hilton on 7 January. He was a CBS The Late Late Show with James Corden guest on 11 January, and recalled high jinks from Corden’s wedding day (tinyurl.com/MattCorden). Matt is reportedly negotiating to play the notorious serial killer and cult leader Charles Manson in the biopic The Family.

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DWM 522 throws new light on Doctor Who's success in its early years, with exclusive interviews with two people who knew Terry Nation (the creator of the Daleks) well: his agent Beryl Vertue and his writing colleague Brad Ashton. Doctor Who Magazine 522 also includes: • New research which reveals the Dalek toys which never made it to the shelves • The story of the Daleks in print in the 1960s • Previously unseen interviews with Peter Capaldi • Comedian – and now Doctor Who writer – Susan Calman discusses her love for the Time Lord • Emma Freud, the organiser of Comic Relief's unprecedented Breakfast with the Doctors is interviewed • Christel Dee’s guide to cosplaying Ace • Part four of The Phantom Piper, a new comic strip adventure featuring the Doctor and Bill • The Fact of Fiction explores the 2006 Tenth Doctor story New Earth • Previews, book and audio reviews, news, The Blogs of Doom, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!