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The Day of the Doctor: TV and cinema screenings
Thousands of Doctor Who fans will be able to enjoy the option of seeing the 50th anniversary episode in cinemas around the world. The Day of the Doctor will be shown in 3D on the big screen, in locations on the map below. More screens will be added over the coming weeks.
18/11 UPDATE: Further screens added in Germany, Norway, Russia, Australia and Kazakhstan.
14/11 UPDATE: Further screens added in the UK, Ireland, US, Canada, Spain, Norway and Sweden.
To use the map:
Input your address to discover screenings near you. Clicking on the TARDIS pin representing a screening will give you a link to purchase tickets (if they are currently on sale). Location of venues should be used as a guide only. Please check individual cinema billings, as not all screenings will be simultaneous with TV transmission. Tickets may not yet be on sale in your territory. Content of external sites is beyond BBC Worldwide's control.
Simultaneous TV broadcasts
Fans can also enjoy The Day of the Doctor as part of a global simulcast, covering over 75 countries. Below are the territories taking part in the screening on November 23, and the channels where you can catch the Doctor:
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