Since 2005 the Doctor Who Christmas special has become something of an annual tradition, fastly snatching the crown form the BBC’s former darling, only fools and horses.
Speaking to +InStyle, Doctor Who’s current companion, Jenna Coleman said: “It’s written in sections and it’s about dreaming – what is real and what is not.”
She also added: “Father Christmas is there – played by Nick Frost!”
She also spoke about what she plans to do once Clara says goodbye to the Doctor: “There are no grand plans. I’d like to do some theatre, get back into the rehearsal room. I think it’s all about surrounding yourself with really clever, talented people so you can soak up some of their brilliance!”
This year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special will air on Christmas Day (25th December) on BBC One. It will see Peter Capaldi’s Doctor, team up with Father Christmas.
The current series ends tomorrow night with a 60-minute episode.