Matt Smith & Orbital Closing Glastonbury 2010 With the Doctor Who Theme Was a Little Bit of Joy

Matt Smith & Orbital Closing Glastonbury 2010 With the Doctor Who Theme Was a Little Bit of Joy
Think back to June 2010. The air was filled with the sound of World Cup vuvuzelas and Dizzee Rascal. UK cinemas were set to welcome Hot Tub Time Machine. The shine had only recently worn off everybody’s crush on Nick Clegg. And beavers were being bred wild in Scotland for the first time in 400 years. Mad times. Mad times.

Into those mad times, came a mad man with a box. In April 2010, Matt Smith made his debut as Doctor Who’s Eleventh Doctor, with new showrunner Steven Moffat in tow. There were cracks in the universe and Rory dying and Vincent Van Gogh and James Cordon and a Pandorica. The Tardis exploded. A lot. Then just 24 hours after Eleven restored the universe in Series 5 finale ‘The Big Bang’, he also closed Glastonbury Festival.

It was an unusual moment, and a great one. Matt Smith certainly looked like he was enjoying himself.
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