Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
To celebrate the release of the Complete Doctor Who Series 6 on DVD and Blu-Ray on 21 November, 2|entertain is launching the first-ever official Doctor Who parties for fans up and down the UK.
Scores of fans can sign up to host a Doctor Who themed party in their own home when the new initiative put together by marketing company Come Round launches this week.
For aspiring young Doctors, Amys and Rorys these official party packages will the perfect way to celebrate their love of the show.
The first 400 to sign up will receive an exclusive party pack containing official Doctor Who merchandise, tailored game suggestions, posters and more – the perfect kit to host the perfect party.
Furthermore, all the first 400 will be given exclusive access to stream special never-seen-before DVD extras before the DVD becomes available to the British public.
The four Monster File previews are 10 to 15 minutes each and will be part of the exclusive pack given to the winners to share with guests of their party.
Launched just before the much-anticipated boxset hits the shops, the first-ever official Doctor Who parties will take place on 19 and 20 November 2011.
For those not lucky enough to get a hosting pack, special 'print at home' kits will be available so anyone can don a bow tie or a River Song mask to join in the fun in their own home.
The Complete Doctor Who Series 6 sees The Doctor, Amy and Rory return to face monsters, mysteries and adventures all across time and space.
All 13 thrilling episodes of the series, together with a host of exclusive extras, arrive on DVD and Blu-Ray from 21 November, priced £51.05 and £61.27.
Episodes are also available on download to own. To sign up, go to www.comeround.com/doctorwho. Terms and conditions apply, please see website for details.
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