Glasgow Doctor Who Society video review – Into the Dalek!

The new series is here at last!

And obviously this has given the Glasgow Doctor Who Society lots to talk about.

Find out what the group thought of Episode Two, Into The Dalek, right here!

Stay tuned for more of our thoughts as the series progresses!

Cheers!

It’s Nearly Here!

Sorry things have been so quiet around here lately!

Real life has been getting in the way for all the mods here at the Glasgow Doctor Who Society but that’s all about to change as we head into a new series with a brand new Doctor!

Welcome Peter

Peter Capaldi IS Doctor Who!

As is traditional, our meetings will be going weekly while the show is on air, so we can discuss all the latest thrills, spills and adventure! So join us every Sunday from 6:30pm at the Crystal Palace on Jamaica Street!

See you there!

Quick! Survey closes on Monday – Classic Doctor Who Screenings in Glasgow

This survey will close this coming Monday! Make sure you add your voice to the growing list of interested people, there isn’t much time left – every survey answered increases the chances of a screenings really happening (unless you vote no in the survey, ha ha).
Once the survey has closed on Monday we will gather the results, to be published next Friday (28th of this month) with decision based on those results announced at the Glasgow Doctor Who Society meetup on the Sunday (2nd of March, two days later), so do come along to the Crystal Palace and join our meetup if you’d like to hear what we have decided following the survey.

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Survey – Screening of Classic Doctor Who in Glasgow

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Would you like to see a Classic Doctor Who story screened in Glasgow?

At our last meetup, there was a discussion about the possibility of the society running screenings of classic Doctor Who stories and recently a cinema in London has decided to screen newly-discovered and previously lost Troughton stories ‘The Web of Fear’ and ‘The Enemy of the World’.

We can do this. Two of our members, myself included, have trained with the Glasgow Film Theatre in how to run fully licensed cinema screenings and the society has been in touch with the British Film Institute to discuss possbilities.

We can run screenings of Classic Doctor Who.

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The real question is – do you want a screening of Classic Doctor Who?

Would you pay money for a ticket to see a story in a cinema when you might already own it at home? Well I’m excited about the idea of us all coming together for a great night out, see a story together, having drinks and a laugh at the same time.

Please fill out the survey below!

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You can come and discuss the idea of screenings with the rest of the group at tomorrow’s (Sunday 16th) Glasgow Doctor Who Society meetup, which you can join here.

Glasgow Who vs Eggheads!

The long wait is nearly over!

On Thursday 23 January 2014 at 18:00 on BBC2, you will be able to see the Glasgow Doctor Who Society team, Alan McWhan, David Cherry, Deirdre Rusling, Barry Stanton and Kenny Smith (with David Steel in reserve) taking on the Eggheads in the popular BBC quiz show.

Who will win? Or will they…?! (Sorry. Couldn’t resist the pun.)

Tune in and find out!

Glasgow Doctor Who Events Update

Thank you, everyone, for taking the time to answer our poll questions on the possibility of a Glasgow Doctor Who convention.

On the plus side, we have had more responses to the polls than we expected. There appear to be a fair number of people interested in the idea of Glasgow events and that is a very positive sign for the future.

However, from the responses we have received, any convention we may hope to organise in 2014 would be risky at best.

Attempting to match the number and type of guest attendees would expect with the price they would be willing to pay for a ticket is simply bringing us to the conclusion that, at this point in time, it would be a struggle to break even on any such event, never mind make money for our nominated charity.

Sadly, that means we will have to put the idea on hold while we continue to build the group’s numbers to the point where we are confident in being able to successfully run an event without such a high financial risk.

Thanks again for your support. Sorry we’re not quite in a position to make it happen… yet.

But who knows? Maybe 2015?

The best thing we can all do to help make an event a reality in future is to keep telling people about the group on Twitter and Facebook and, above all, keep joining in with all the fun at our regular meetings!

We hope to see you all at our regular group meetings at the Crystal Palace on Jamaica Street, from 6:30pm on the first and third Sunday of every month.

Cheers!