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DOCTOR WHOoligans! Tomb of the Cybermen

  • Apr 6, 2013 · 11:00 AM
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"We're all just stories in the end. Just make it a good one." - The Doctor

Doctor Who's nearly fifty years of storytellng is as iconic within the canon of the mythology of the British Empire as James Bond, Sherlock Holmes, and Shakespeare. Join the companions of your friendly neighborhood N4B with their brethren of the Pittsburgh Geekdom to celebrate the travels through time and space of this beloved millennia old Time Lord from Gallifrey.

DWHOO4 will be screening...

Tomb of the Cybermen ( and view a fan-made trailer here -

A true landmark of Classic Who, Patrick Troughton's Second Doctor joins with companions Jamie - the original Scottish heartthrob of the Whoniverse alongside the Doctor's undisputed Scream Queen Debroah Watling's Victoria against the truly epic villainry of the Cybermen.

Attention, WHOoligans!: DWHOO4's Tomb of the Cybermen will aim to begin at 11:30am. There are four twenty-five minute episodes - a brief intermission will occur to give attendees an opportunity to address parking needs. There is metered street parking available along Liberty Ave. and adjacent streets within the neighborhood of Bloomfield - "metered street parking" along Liberty utilizes the city's new centralized parking meter format - there is also garage parking at Western Penn Hospital, as well as additional street parking "come where may"... therefore, please address your transportation decisions accordingly.Thank you.

The Big Idea Bookstore and Cafe ( is a fabulous community space settled in the heart of Pittsburgh's neighborhood of Bloomfield which in addition to selling thousands of small publishing house titles, The Big Idea features excellent fair trade coffees and teas as well as vegetarian and vegan savory and sweet treats.

As a further acknowledgement of our hosts, Big Idea Bookstore & Cafe... I want to say how lucky we are as a community to have these folk in our city. Big Idea, does not ask anything of us for the use of their facilities - therefore, I implore you - if you can save up the tummy for a bite, bite there; if you can save up a hankering for some liquid refreshments... coffee, tea, or thee with them; if you're thinking of browsing a true bricks and mortar bookstore - please do; and the staff is volunteer, so please consider leaving a gratuity if it is within your means. So come with a hungry body and a hungry mind... and then get up all in the timey-wimey!


DOCTOR WHOoligans!
Kick it.


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  • Sean

    Ahoy! Big Idea is hosting another book club at 2, so I'll be looking to start the screening ASAP - so we can enjoy the featured Classic Who - as well as the new bonus premiere episode, if attendees like... hopefully. Word.

    April 2, 2013

  • Sean

    As an additional treat, we will be screening the season premiere - The Bells of St. John after the principal screening.

    March 24, 2013

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