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BBC's exhibition on the road

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THE BBC's special effects exhibition will go on a provincial tour starting at the Exhibition Centre, Middlesbrough Town Hall, Teesside, now that it has just ended its highly successful six months run at the Science Museum in London where it has so far had more than 300,000 visitors.

Some of the attractions taking the road are Dr Who's Tardis. complete with monsters, haunted mill and the inside story, by way of exhibits. of the various methods Special Effects experts use for television productions.

The Middlesbrough Exhibition will, as from July 5, open from 10 am to 6 pm Monday to Saturday inclusive at 20p for adults and 10p for children.

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