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The Nightmare Fair
The Nightmare Fair cover
Adapted from: The Nightmare Fair
Doctor: Sixth Doctor
Companion(s): Peri
Main enemy: The Celestial Toymaker
Main setting: Blackpool, 1986
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Graham Williams
Director: John Ainsworth
Producer: David Richardson
Music: Jamie Robertson
Sound: Jamie Robertson
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: 1.01
Release date: November 2009
Format: 2 Episodes on 2 CDs
ISBN 978-1-84435-444-3
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The Nightmare Fair is an adaptation of an unproduced Sixth Doctor story of the same name. It was originally intended for Season 23, but was cancelled along with other planned stories when Doctor Who went on a production hiatus. It is the first of a series of Big Finish Productions audio adaptations based upon these lost stories.

Publisher's summary Edit

The TARDIS has been drawn to Blackpool in the year 1985, where the Doctor intends to investigate a dangerous space/time vortex... while enjoying some local attractions along the way. But an old enemy is watching from his base deep within the amusement park, a timeless being who craves revenge.

The Celestial Toymaker has returned. The game is on. And, should he lose, the Doctor will pay the ultimate forfeit...

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Part one Edit

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Part two Edit

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References Edit

  • Peri suggests that the Doctor could have taken her to Disneyland, but he suggests that it needs another hundred years "to settle."
  • The Toymaker operates outside of the Celestial Toyroom.
  • The Toymaker can intensify the Time Vortex on occasion.
  • The Toymaker refers to the Christmas Truce of 1914, where he says "During one of the Great Wars, they (the people of Earth) stopped fighting and played games"
  • Truscott mentions Preston North End.

Notes Edit

The Nightmare Fair Big Finish Story Art

CD Sleeve illustration of events of the story.

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