The Doctor Who proms kick off this weekend, in which composer Murray Golds iconic themes will be performed at the Royal Albert Hall, alongside interactive performances by the cast and crew of the show.
This year’s two Doctor Who Proms are understandably very popular, with advanced tickets selling out in a matter of hours, but there are still more than 1,000 standing places for just £5 each but they are only available on the day. If you are unable to make it, every Prom is broadcast live on BBC Radio 3, so everyone can enjoy the festivities wherever they are.
The Doctor Who Proms will also be shown on BBC One later in the year. The BBC proms has been dubbed the world’s largest music festival and alongside the doctor who performances there will be 75 concerts over the course of eight weeks, including operatic and classical scores.