Doctor Who: Time Fracture announces new cast members for extended run

New casting has been announced for immersive theatre production Doctor Who: Time Fracture.

Producers Immersive Everywhere have revealed 15 new cast members who will join Doctor Who: Time Fracture as it extends through to September 2022.

The rollercoaster ride through 17 worlds has taken root at UNIT HQ in Mayfair with a 38-strong company.

New cast members joining the show from April include: Nathan Banks, Georgia Corrigan, Matthew Coulton, Evangeline Dickson, Sarah Farrell, William Frazer, Aimee Kember, Jacob Jackson, Owen Jenkins, Linn Johansson, Jamie Pigott, Jonathan Tynan-Moss, Ash Weir, Helena Westerman and Alastair Willy.

They will be joining existing cast members: Christina Andrew, Becky Bassett, Bethany Blake, Amber Blease, Edward Cartwright, Paul Croft, Myles Devonte, Daniel Dingsdale, Harrie Dobby, Jessica Elton, Dare Emmanuel, Howard Grater, Samuel Hunt, James Lawrence, Barry McStay, Harry Pudwell, Gareth Radcliffe, Flora Sowerby, Patrick Strain, Tom Telford, Chioma Uma, Simon Victor and Imelda Warren-Green.

Brian Hook, Chief Creative Officer, Immersive Everywhere said: “Performing in Doctor Who Time Fracture is a non-stop adventure and we are as delighted to welcome new company members as we are grateful to those moving on to pastures new.

“There are so many fun roles in the show with company members taking on multiple parts and donning a fabulous array of costumes. It requires so much energy and enthusiasm, as well as keen wits, to make this show work and we can’t wait to see our new friends in action.”

Doctor Who: Time Fracture puts fans at the heart of the story, plunged into a journey across space and time. Travelling through amazingly realistic worlds, audiences will discover that it’s time to step up, be the hero and save the universe!

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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