Doctor Who film to be shown at The Dome

A SPECIAL screening of Doctor Who will take place at The Dome Cinema in Worthing on Saturday.

The foyer of the listed building will be filled with a full-size Tardis, roaming Daleks and the Doctor Who cosplayers, courtesy of Type 40 Toys.

Fans will be able to have photos taken while raising money for Coastal West Sussex MIND.

Sue Daddak, general manager of The Dome, said: “After the sad death of actor Robin William, we thought this would be a worthwhile charity and with the Dome’s 100 year history, it will be a fantastic venue to watch this latest episode of the ever-popular series, creating even more atmosphere and maybe a hair or two to stand up on the back of your neck!”

Drinks will be available in the Projectionist Bar before the feature-length screening, which starts at 7.35pm.

It will be followed by a satellite question and answer session with the show’s new Doctor, Peter Capaldi.

On September 14 The Dome will have an exclusive first ever UK screening of a digitally re-graded version of the cult classic, Quadrophenia, with remastered original soundtrack by Pete Townsend in surround sound.

The screening will be followed by a question and answer session with Phil Davis, Mark Wingett, John Altman and Brian Tugano hosted by Carol Harrison, and followed by opportunities to get autographs and have photos with the stars of the film.

Tickets are available at the Dome Cinema’s Box Office, on 01903 823112 or at