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Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Earl's Court Goes Spooky...

The Doctor Who Exhibition in London, at Earl's Court, is celebrating Halloween this year, during next weekend. From the dates 31st of October to the 2nd of November (Halloween Weekend), children who dress up as monsters from the series will be given free admission into the exhibition. Bear in mind that children means under 16 year olds, so don't you grown-ups do it, as for one thing it will probably be a little embarrassing, and secondly because you will be charged!
"The exhibition has proven to be a really big hit over the summer holidays and it's great to offer families and young Doctor Who fans something a little bit different for Halloween"
Other Halloween-themed stuff will feature at the exhibition, with spooky items throughout the whole thing. One of the monsters appearing will be Davros, the creator of the Daleks, and he will be appearing at Halloween night for the first time at the exhibition. Please note that this exhibition will be closing on 9th November, and will be moving some place else.
In other exhibition news, the opening of Cardiff's one has been delayed now until tomorrow, but this date still hasn't been confirmed. Please check on the website here frequently, to ensure that it will be open before you go, if you do.
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