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May 13th, 2011 21 comments

Doctor Who Experience – Monsters are real

Doctor Who Experience – Monsters are real

The Doctor Who Experience will prove monsters are real by giving you the opportunity to come face-to-face with the Doctor’s most terrifying opponent to date: The Silence, they’ve been spotted all over London too!

The Silence will be on show in the walk-through part of the Doctor Who Experience following their appearance in the opening two episodes of the award-wining series, The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon.

Fans will be able to encounter these terrifying monsters for the first time, who, with their powers of telepathy and eerie ability to erase themselves from your memory are considered by some as one of the Doctor’s most frightening foes.

Come fly the TARDIS and dare to meet The Silence, by taking a starring role in your very own Doctor Who adventure at the Doctor Who Experience.

Step through the crack in time and become the Doctor’s companion in this exhilarating walk through experience that recreates all the best parts of the hit TV series. Come face to face with some of the scariest monsters seen on the screen including Daleks, Cybermen and the latest addition from series 6: The Silence.

There’s fun for family and fans alike with the largest collection of authentic Doctor Who props and artefacts including all the previous Doctor’s iconic costumes, the original David Tennant TARDIS set and even interactive lessons in how to walk like a Cyberman!

Tickets are on sale at www.doctorwhoexperience.com or you can visit their Facebook at www.facebook.com

Doctor Who Experience Shop Exclusive:

Visit the Doctor Who Experience at London Olympia Two for your chance to grab the new Amelia Pond 5-inch action figure as seen in ‘The Eleventh Hour’; available only from the Doctor Who Experience shop from 11th May.

The figure retails for £9.99


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