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Experience These Offers!

Autumn is upon on us and what better way to celebrate than by taking advantage of these exciting events and promotions happening at the Doctor Who Experience.

Following the transformation of Journalist Jen Blackburn On Wednesday 24 August Whovians will be able to watch a another live Silurian make-over – this time featuring Doctor Who Script Editor Gary Russell – watch a Homo-Sapien right an evolutionary wrong and turn Homo-Reptilian!

Joining the Fourth and Tenth Doctors TARDIS console rooms will be the competition winning Junk Tardis console, fresh from its appearance in the classic The Doctor’s Wife.

Designed by 12 year old Susannah Leah, the Junk TARDIS console was chosen by Steven Moffat, Edward Thomas, and Blue Peter editor Tim Levell as the winner for the 11-12 age group in the October 2009 Blue Peter ‘Design a TARDIS console’ competition.

Also the Experience are offering exclusive, Limited Edition 8’’ Eleventh Doctor’s Burgundy Bow Tie Variant Maxi-busts for £60 when brought with an Experience ticket.

These beautifully detailed three-quarter length busts are limited to just 300 items and won’t be available in the UK until Monday 3rd October but they’re already selling fast.

You can book tickets online at the Experience website, while special deals like the Maxi-bust can be found on the Packages page.


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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