‘Doctor Who’ stars David Tennant, Peter Davidson and Peter Capaldi reunite

‘Doctor Who’ stars David Tennant, Peter Davidson and Peter Capaldi reunite

Three of Doctor Who’s most famous stars reunited at Thursday night’s press night for ex-showrunner Steven Moffat’s new play The Unfriend.

David Tennant, Peter Capaldi and Peter Davison joined a slew of stars to support the writer and producer, who wrote a number of episodes of Doctor Who before leaving the series in 2017.

All three actors, who have played various incarnations of the Time Lord throughout his 59-year history, were seen grinning and with their arms wrapped around each other as they posed at the event.

Doctors reunited! Doctor Who stars David Tennant, Peter Davison and Peter Capaldi reunited at Thursday’s press night for ex-showrunner Steven Moffat’s new play The Unfriend

David played the 10th Doctor from 2005-2010 and 2013 before reprising his role late last year for the series’ upcoming 60th anniversary.

The actor cut a casual figure in a cream sweater, lightweight pants and trainers.

He posed with Capaldi, the 12th Doctor, who played the iconic role from 2013 to 2017, with the Scottish star also cutting a relaxed figure in a black jumper paired with a dark blazer.

Friends: David, Capaldi and Peter Davison joined other stars to support the writer and producers.  Pictured: David, Davison's wife Elizabeth Morton and Davison

Friends: David, Capaldi and Peter Davison joined other stars to support the writer and producers. Pictured: David, Davison’s wife Elizabeth Morton and Davison

Grins: David looked relaxed while enjoying the after party for The Unfriend at Wonderville in London Iconic: He played the 10th Doctor from 2005 to 2010, reprising the role in 2013 and returning to the show this year for its 60th anniversary

A blast from the past: David (left) played the 10th Doctor from 2005 to 2010 (right), reprising the role in 2013 and has returned to the show this year for its 60th anniversary

Classic: Meanwhile, Peter played the 12th Doctor on the BBC series from 2014 to 2017, Eliminated: He left the show five years ago and was replaced by Jodie Whittaker

Classic: Meanwhile, Peter (left) played the 12th Doctor on the BBC series from 2014 to 2017 before leaving the show and being replaced by Jodie Whittaker

David later sat with Davison, who appeared as the Fourth Doctor from 1982-1984, and his wife, Elizabeth Morton, who appeared in the Five(ish) Doctors Reboot parody.

Peter’s daughter Georgia Tennant is also married to former Who star David, the couple wed in 2011.

Another famous face was Reece Shearsmith, who stars in The Unfriend alongside Amanda Abbington and Frances Barber.

The synopsis of The Unfriend reads, “After twenty years of marriage, Peter (Reece) and Debbie (Amanda) enjoy a cruise as a break from their pesky teenagers.”

“Peter can’t resist sharing his thoughts on Donald Trump with a fellow American traveler. There’s something unsettling about the supremely friendly Elsa Jean Krakowski (Frances) – but there’s no point in rocking the boat when you’re about to dismount.”

“At home, an email arrives from Elsa, followed by Elsa herself. And when Debbie googles her houseguest and finds outrageous evidence, her good nature is challenged like never before.

Love: Davison and wife Elizabeth smiled together and enjoyed their evening in London

Love: Davison and wife Elizabeth smiled together and enjoyed their evening in London

TV legend: Peter played the fifth incarnation during the original run of Doctor Who Famous: He starred in the series from 1981 to 1984

TV legend: Peter (left) played the fifth incarnation during the original run of Doctor Who from 1981 to 1984 (right)

Fans: People came out to greet a happy-looking David as he walked out to the after-party

Fans: People came out to greet a happy-looking David as he walked out to the after-party

Role: Reece Shearsmith (pictured) stars alongside Amanda Abbington and Frances Barber in The Unfriend.

Role: Reece Shearsmith (pictured) stars alongside Amanda Abbington and Frances Barber in The Unfriend.

“What kind of danger have you allowed to settle in your spare room?

“And can you bring yourself to say something about it? Sometimes the truth is just too rude.

“The Unfriend is a highly entertaining and satirical look at the English middle class’s disastrous instinct to always appear nice. Manners can be murder.

Co-stars: Frances, Reece and Amanda called it quits after their play opened in London on Thursday night

Co-stars: Frances, Reece and Amanda called it quits after their play opened in London on Thursday night

Bows: (pictured from LR): Michael Simkins, Gabriel Howell, Reece, Frances, Amanda, Maddie Holliday and Marcus Onilude bow at the curtain on Thursday night

Bows: (pictured from LR): Michael Simkins, Gabriel Howell, Reece, Frances, Amanda, Maddie Holliday and Marcus Onilude bow at the curtain on Thursday night

Evening: Sheila Hancock also attended the event, having once appeared in Doctor Who's television story, The Happiness Patrol, as Helen A

Evening: Sheila Hancock also attended the event, having once appeared in Doctor Who’s television story, The Happiness Patrol, as Helen A

The stars of the play were all pictured grinning together – all have connections to Doctor Who, like the former Time Lords.

Amanda once admitted that she would love to have a role on the series, and Frances appeared as Madame Kovarian throughout the sixth season.

Elsewhere, Reece played the evil Racist in a guest appearance on the show.

Sheila Hancock also attended the event, having once appeared in Doctor Who’s television story, The Happiness Patrol as Helen A.

And Meera Syal, who played Nasreen Chroudhry in two episodes of Doctor Who opposite Matt Smith, grinned as she enjoyed the party.

Fun: Meera Syal, who played Nasreen Chroudhry in two episodes of Doctor Who opposite Matt Smith, grinned as she enjoyed the party.

Fun: Meera Syal, who played Nasreen Chroudhry in two episodes of Doctor Who opposite Matt Smith, grinned as she enjoyed the party.

Doctor Who? All the actors who played the Time Lord

The BBC’s hit sci-fi show Doctor Who was first created by the BBC in 1963. It chronicles the journey of a Time Lord named “The Doctor”.

He is first introduced after fleeing his home planet of Gallifrey.

The Doctor travels through time and space in his police box-like spaceship called TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space).

On his travels, The Doctor meets people and invites them on a journey with him. They are known as his companions.

He also encounters several evil beings like Daleks and Cyberman and is forced to defeat them with minimal resources like his Sonic Screwdriver while they try to destroy or take over other planets including Earth.

As the Time Lord, The Doctor has the ability to regenerate when he is wounded or dies. After regeneration, he takes on a new look and personality.

The concept of regeneration was introduced to the series after the First Doctor, William Hartnell, fell ill and resigned from his role.

Doctor Who’s first run ended in 1989 before being revived in 2005 with Christopher Ecclestone as the Ninth Doctor.

Below is the full list of actors cast as the Doctor from 1963 to 2017 – when Jodie Whittaker landed the coveted role.

Beginning the Legacy: The First Doctor William Hartnell (1963-1966)

Beginning the Legacy: The First Doctor William Hartnell (1963-1966)

Patrick Troughton (1966–1969) Jon Pertwee (1970–1974)

Second and Third: Patrick Troughton (1966–1969) and Jon Pertwee (1970–1974)

Tom Baker (1974¿1981) Peter Davison (1981-1984)

Fourth and Fifth: Tom Baker (1974–1981) and Peter Davison (1981–1984)

Colin Baker (1984¿1986) Sylvester McCoy (1987¿1989, 1996)

Sixth and Seventh: Colin Baker (1984–1986) and Sylvester McCoy (1987–1989, 1996)

Paul McGann (1996) Christopher Eccleston (2005)

Eighth and Ninth: Paul McGann (1996) and Christopher Eccleston (2005)

David Tennant (2005-2010) Matt Smith (2010-2013)

Tenth and Eleventh: David Tennant (2005–2010) and Matt Smith (2010–2013)

Twelfth: Peter Capaldi (2013 - 2017)

Twelfth: Peter Capaldi (2013 – 2017)