A Dark Wall Experience

Doctor Who fans will have the chance to step into the Time Lords Size 12’s and immerse themselves in a real life adventure in a new show dedicated to the everyone’s favourite programme.

The Doctor Who Experience will include a special affect dubbed ‘a timed dark wall experience’ by contract winners, Creative Design and AV installation company Sarner AV which will include brand new scenes scripted by Steven Moffat and featuring the current Doctor Matt Smith.

The effects will full immerse fans in their mission to reunite the Doctor with his TARDIS – battling some of his most deadliest enemies as they get to fly and walk around a recreation of the modern TARDIS interior before embarking on a breathtaking 3D finale.

The Experience, based at London’s Olympia Two Venue (eventually the exhibition will be moved lock, stock and barrel to Cardiff in 2012) will also include a free flowing exhibition of props and memorabilia spanning the shows 47 year history- from Original costumes, a Tom Baker-era Tardis and Cybermen, Silurians and a Zygon.

Executive producer Steven Moffat said:

“It will also be the first time that Doctor Who artefacts from all the show’s 47-year history – classic and new – will be on display together, many of them being seen for the first time. And never mind that, this is the day the Doctor teaches you how to fly the Tardis through time and space, and takes you into battle with all his deadliest enemies in a brand new adventure.”

Matt Smith also added:

“The whole concept of the Doctor Who Experience, which will give fans a chance to star in their very own Doctor Who adventure, is massively exciting! I hope as many people as possible enjoy boarding the TARDIS next year to embark upon an exhilarating and sometimes terrifying adventure through time and space.”

The show opens at London’s Olympia Venue Two on Sunday, 20 February but tickets will be on sale from 18 November.

(via PA)

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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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