BFI Southbank September screening of “Doctor Who: the Evil of the Daleks” announced

The BFI will be screening the new colour animation of Doctor Who: the Evil of the Daleks on 12th September, as part of the BFI Southbank programme for September to early October 2021.

Tickets go on sale on Thursday 5th August.

In The Evil of the Daleks, the Doctor (played by Patrick Troughton) and Jamie (Frazer Hines) are transported back 100 years to 1866 where they encounter the Daleks, who threaten to destroy the TARDIS unless they help them isolate the unique human quality that has led to past Dalek defeats – which can be used to create a new race of super Daleks.

Notable for being the story that introduced new companion Victoria Waterfield (Deborah Watling) along with the Dalek Emperor, the majority of this story is believed to have been lost.

By using a complete audio recording and a new colour animation, the BFI invite you to sit back and enjoy The Evil of the Daleks, almost 55 years since it was first broadcast.

The seasons also includes celebrations of Denis Villeneuve, director of the hotly anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s epic adventure Dune, out 21st October, Richard Pryor and the best of contemporary Arab cinema.

Doctor Who – The Evil of the Daleks 12 noon, Sunday 12th September 2021 NFT1, BFI Southbank, London | Tickets on sale from Thursday 5th August 2021 at 11.30 | Book your BFI tickets here

Tickets are £15, concessions £12, restricted to two per booker (Members pay £2 less).

Doctor Who: The Evil of the Daleks will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on 27th September (AmazonUK Affiliate Link)

Doctor Who – The Evil of the Daleks

UK 1967/2021
Dirs Derek Martinus (original), AnneMarie Walsh (animation)
With the voices of Patrick Troughton, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling
7x 25min + bonus content
Courtesy of BBC Studios

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