A writer living in Adelaide who loves a good book, a nice restaurant and any great way to spend a relaxing weekend.
Grab a sonic screw driver and look forward to a good night
You see a crack in the wall and wonder if the world is soon going to end; you aren't afraid of the dark but rather what hides in the shadows; you buy fish fingers at the supermarket and wonder which aisle the custard is in... you are a Whovian.
For all those who understand the above references and are now staying out of the shadows and listening for that familiar sound of the TARDIS with the hand break on, dare I say it, your Christmases have all come at once.
As a part of the 50 year celebrations, for the first time ever, Doctor Who will be playing on the big screens across Australia.
The first two episodes of Season 6 'The Impossible Astronaut' and 'Day of the Moon' will be screening at 7pm on 14 March.
Starring Matt Smith as The Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond, Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams and Alex Kingston as River Song; the opening episodes of Season 6 have already aired in Australia (and have no doubt been watched several times over by devoted fans), however will still be well received and viewed with the enthusiasm only a Doctor Who fan can muster.
A fan of 'Cosplay'? Have a spare fez you've been looking for an excuse to wear? You'll be thrilled to know competitions will be held on the night for the best dressed Whovian at each cinema.
So dust off your sonic screw drivers, bow ties and long colourful scarves and get ready to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who in style.
A final thought before the screening... the movies are dark... be sure to count your shadows.