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When:

Wed 15 May 2013, 6:45pm
Thu 16 May 2013, 6:45pm
Fri 17 May 2013, 6:45pm
Sat 18 May 2013, 6:45pm

Where: Astor Theatre, 659 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Doctor Who is about to face his greatest challenge: his number one fan. Rob Lloyd (The Hounds, The Mutant Way, A Study in Scarlet (A Study of...) and Fan Number One) is putting the Doctor on trial.

Not just for Doctor Who fans, it’s a show about obsession and it’s many faces. What have you been obsessed with – a celebrity, a football team, a TV show? For Rob, it’s Doctor Who all the way.

After sell out seasons at the Melbourne and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a full house for Armageddon Expo 2011 (Australia's Premier Science Fiction Convention) Rob Lloyd will be asking the BIG questions in WHO, ME. Rob will be investigating whether Doctor Who (the television show) is guilty of inciting in him a debilitating obsession, or whether it has shaped him into a well-rounded, mentallysound member of society. Since 1996 Rob Lloyd has dedicated himself to amassing as much Doctor Who knowledge, well as videos, DVDs, novels, audios, action figures and assorted paraphernalia as he can afford. With his replica Jon Pertwee era sonic screwdriver in hand and dressed in his 10th Doctor get up he is ready to jump head first into finding out how and why he got here!

Built up through improvisation and storytelling techniques, this one-man show is a
personal and fitting tribute to a television icon. Through the course of the show we will see

how one TV program can influence a persons actions, behavior and psyche.
You don’t need to be a Doctor Who fan to relate to this show, it speaks to anyone who has known obsession. It’s an hilarious romp across the Doctor’s 49 years, 11 faces and countless adventures.

Devised and Performed by Rob Lloyd
Devised and Directed by Scott Gooding

“A stellar piece of work.” Chortle

“Nerd life in its hilarious, embarrassing entirety.” Time Out

"Gutsy, constantly entertaining and full of intelligent surprises.” Herald Sun