Come on TARDIS, let's go party (illustration)

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Come on TARDIS, let's go party (exhibit)?

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Come on TARDIS, let's go party[nb 1] was the ad hoc title for a small exhibition of a pink painted TARDIS erected on the bank of the River Thames[1] and later, the BBC Television Centre,[3] on 12 July 2023[1] by the BBC as a cross-promotion with 2023 Warner Brothers film Barbie, which starred Fifteenth Doctor actor Ncuti Gatwa among others.

Notably, on Russell T Davies's Instagram account, he clarified that this exhibit genuinely depicted in-universe events.[4]

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In the 2020s, the Doctor's TARDIS is seen around London, painted in a brilliant pink colour scheme.

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  • Tower Bridge is visible behind the TARDIS.
  • One corner of the TARDIS's new paintjob is peeling, showing the original blue underneath.

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  1. This title derives from the text accompanying a photograph of the exhibit in social media posts published on the official Doctor Who Twitter[1] and Instagram[2] accounts.

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