Doctor Who 3D Illusion At Sydney’s Circular Quay
A Doctor Who 3D illusion will be in Sydney’s Circular Quay today. Some of the Doctor’s scariest monsters will be peering out from a deep chasm in the ground to create a mind-bending 3D illusion a few days before season 10 premieres on Sunday.
The set up by BBC Worldwide will appear on the forecourt of Circular Quay, near the Dendy Cinema and the Portobello Café between 10am and 2pm.
The artwork which features some of the most terrifying monsters from the series was created by artists 3D Joe and Max.
As a bonus, the first ten people to arrive who find BBC Whovian “Peta” and say “A Time for Heroes” will win tickets to see the first episode of the new season on the big screen. The episode, called “The Pilot,” will be aired in select theatres in Australia. It will also be on the ABC on April 16, 7:42 p.m.
Doctor Who Series 10 will see Peter Capaldi embark on his final chapter as the Twelfth Doctor, as well as the introduction of brand new companion Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts – and the return of Matt Lucas as Nardole.
Last week, it was revealed that John Simm will come back to play the Master in the final season. The Master, the Doctor’s childhood friend and now nemesis, already regenerated to a female body, Missy (played by Michelle Gomez). Though it wasn’t revealed how many episodes Simm will be on, showrunner Steven Moffat assured fans that Simm and Gomez will appear in the same episode as the Master and Missy.