Tardis in town as Toby titters through his life story

DR Who fans will be transported to a world of comedy this weekend - when Toby Hadoke lands his Tardis in Sheffield.

Wednesday, 26th September 2007, 1:32 pm
Updated Friday, 28th September 2007, 8:17 am

Moths Ate My Dr Who Scarf, his critically acclaimed play, is part of the Grin Up North comedy festival, at the Lescar, Sharrow Vale Road, on Sunday at 8.30pm.

And to celebrate we're giving you the chance to win a BBC audiobook of the comic play.

It's the story of Toby's life – set to the timeline of Doctor Who history, using hilarious life observations and excerpts from his teenage diaries.

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Tickets are 7 each. Call 0114 2679787. For further information about Grin Up North visit www.sheffieldcomedyfestival.com Also visit Toby's website at www.tobyhadoke.com/moths.php

For a chance to win a copy of the 9.99 BBC audio book of this play, featuring a cameo from the sixth Doctor, Colin Baker, and Louise Jameson, who starred as Dr Who's assistant Leela, tell us: Who plays Dr Who in the latest TV series?

A. David Tennant; B. Christopher Eccleston; C. Colin Baker

Text STARDRWHO and leave a space before giving your answer, as either A, B or C, then your full name, house number and postcode and send to 81800.

Texts cost 25p plus your standard network charge. This will be charged to your mobile phone bill. Get the bill payer's permission. Deadline is Tuesday, October 2, 2007,10am. Do not text after deadline as you may still be charged and your entry will not be entered into our draw.

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Terms and conditions: Usual SNL rules apply. Copies on request to SNL Promotions Department, The Star, York Street, Sheffield S1 1PU. See bottom of Members' Zone, weekdays in The Star. Our winner will be the first name chosen at random after deadline.

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