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Well this is the 1st time I've actually posted something myself. I'm normally just on here to read all the other amazing ppl's journals and fanfiction. But I thought I'd give it a go.

I've had some amazing David Tennant times recently and thought I'd let people on here know about them and see some of the pictures I took.
First of all was Much Ado About Nothing. I went to see it on the 23rd June. Loved it immensely and was a bit star struck seeing DT ( I was on the front row of the stalls) that I couldn't remember much of the play, lol, so decided that I had to see it again, nothing to do with how fit that man is :-)  After the show I blagged my other half and my mum to buy me a ticket/train/hotel for my birthday (which is in July.) So off I went to London (on my own) for the 2nd time on the 3rd September, to see the evening show, yep the last ever :-) So I traveled down to London in the morning and about 2pm I went to the theatre to wait at the stage door for them to come out after the matinee. I managed to get both DT's and CT's autographs :-D
Here's a few pics I took whilst at the stage door.

Not the best but you can see him :-) So the evening came round and I went to the last performance of MAAN, which was amazing. I was lucky and got an amazing seat in the dress circle, row E about 4 seats from the middle. Loved the play. You could see how much David and Catherine really enjoyed being on the stage together. I think they did about 5 or 6 curtain calls at the end. Here's my program and autographs.

On the Sunday I went to the Doctor Who Experience and spent a few hours wandering around, it was my 2nd time there. I was trying not to get upset watching Ten's regeneration scene, but that didn't work, lol. Got the train home Sunday night.

On the Monday I decided that I hadn't seen quite enough of DT and went to the cinema to see Fright Night :-)

I mean half naked DT, could my weekend of finished any better. Just recently I went to EMS in London and met DT and a few other stars :-) but I'll post about that another day.

Hope you all liked my first post and feel free to comment. x

Date: 2011-10-15 07:17 pm (UTC)
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Ha! I was at closing night of MAAN as well. I was really, really lucky and managed to snag a lottery ticket for that night's performance that morning. There were about 200 people trying for the 20 tickets so it's pretty amazing that I got it. I'm sososososo glad I did though because that final performance was amazing and so funny. In total though, I saw the play 5 times. Twice were at full price, (once in the first row of the first balcony and once in the 3rd row stalls) but 3 were lottery tickets. My first viewing was in June with the second a few days later. Then I saw it again in July, and then on September 1 and 3. I was pretty lucky. Anyway I'm so glad I got to compare it that way because each performance was a little bit different which I found quite interesting. Poor Catherine kept having issues with that stupid hook from her eaves dropping scene!

Anyway I'm so glad you got to see it closing night as well and that you enjoyed it so much! Also, YAY for autographs.

Date: 2011-10-18 12:14 am (UTC)
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Interesting reading your views on the different performances. Wish I could of seen more. And that stupid hook, you would of thought they'd of sorted it out! Well done on the 3 lottery tickets.

Double yay for autographs :-)

Date: 2011-10-17 12:44 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Lovely! I would love to get to see him in person. I'm sure he's just as adorable.

Date: 2011-10-18 12:11 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Oh he most certainly is. When I met him at EMS I was too nervous to speak, lol.

Date: 2011-10-26 12:50 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Even though the play is finished I still feel sad that I couldn't travel to the UK to see it. My only consolation will be this download or dvd. David looks so radiant and every pic I've seen has him smiling and happy even though he must be so exhausted.

I have a signed copy of the programme thanks to a friend of mine who travelled from France to see the play and go to the stage door. I've got it wrapped up in special paper to protect it forever.

I'm not sure I could control myself if I was to see the Doctor Who experience and the regeneration. I can't watch it now even without bawling like a baby. Cripes I still cry at Nine's regeneration too.

And Fright Night - GUH! That at least I could see here in Australia and plan on buying the DVD when it's released.


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