The BBC have announced a special one-off Doctor Who themed event in aid of BBC Children in Need and featuring the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the BBC National Chorus of Wales.
The full press release reads:-
The star-studded concert � which will take place at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff � will feature the BBC National Orchestra of Wales performing selections of Murray Gold’s celebrated incidental score, accompanied by a host of stunning visuals from the most recent series of Doctor Who.
The audience can also expect live appearances from some of The Doctor’s greatest enemies including the infamous Daleks and the villainous Cybermen.
David Tennant, who plays the time travelling Doctor, has confirmed that he will be on hand to take part in a question and answer session alongside Doctor Who writer and Executive Producer Russell T Davies and Murray Gold.
The concert will be recorded by BBC Radio Wales, to be aired at a later date.
It will also be filmed by Doctor Who Confidential for a special documentary to be shown later in the year.
Russell T Davies said: “We are delighted to join forces with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in aid of BBC Children in Need. The evening promises to be an audio visual spectacular.
“I can’t wait to hear Murray Gold’s extraordinary scores live on stage.”
Doctor Who is made by BBC Wales and the majority of scenes are filmed in South Wales.
The Wales Millennium Centre itself has featured in two episodes: Boom Town � an episode in series one based in modern Cardiff � and, in series two, where the building doubled as a futuristic hospital on the planet New Earth.
Ticket prices will include a donation to BBC Children in Need and the official programme will also have proceeds going to the appeal.
Doctor Who � A Celebration takes place at 6.30pm on Sunday 19 November 2006.
Tickets are priced at �20, �16, �14, and �10. Tickets for children under the age of 16 will be half price.
Tickets can be bought and booked directly from the Wales Millennium Centre from 20 October 2006.