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Walk Like a Monster!

Scary times are approaching; the fall of the eleventh is getting near…

But before all that, there’s something far worse around the corner:Halloween! The scariest time of the year for adults and children alike but this year will be especially scary for children as they’ll be able to learn to walk like a Doctor Who monster at the Doctor Who Experience!

Ailsa Berk, the choreographer for Doctor Who and the lady in charge of all the freaky walking styles of the various monsters will be at the experience on 28th October 2011 to host the live master class and she’ll be bringing along a scarecrow from Human Nature/The Family of Blood and a Cyberman as well.

As well as this special treat there’s an added bonus that any child dressed up as a Doctor Who character or monster will be granted free access when accompanied by a fully paying adult. But beware; there are terms and conditions for that particular offer, namely:

“Offer only valid on tickets purchased for 28th October 2011 only. One under 16 in Doctor Who fancy dress goes free when one full paying adult ticket is purchased. Tickets can also be purchased on the door on 28th October 2011.”

Don’t forget to quote “dressup” when buying a ticket.

You can find out more about this plus download a new interactive map and Doctor Who Experience screensaver by visiting the official Doctor Who Experience website at www.doctorwhoexperience.com.


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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