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South Bank gets new dimension

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WITH temperatures predicted to soar into the 90s this weekend where better to beat the heat than in a full-scale Time And Relative Dimensions In Space (aka Tardis). Joined by our friends the Daleks we will be setting off to the Museum of the Moving Image to partake in a futuristic walk courtesy of the Dr Who exhibition.

First broadcast the night after JFK was shot, back in 1963, Dr Who has since spawned its own industry, including the highly informed Doctor Who Appreciation Society, T-shirts, toys and, best of all, friendly hats with Dalek exterminators to wave at passersby.

The exhibition, which starts today and runs until the end of the year, includes a full-scale Tardis, a makeup and special-effects unit and a monster display, with Silurians, K9 the dog, Cybermen, Ice Warriors, and Sea Devils.

Dr Who exhibition starts today. Tickets are £4.95 adult, £3.50 child, and £15 for families comprising two adults and four children. Price includes entrance to the MOMI complex as a whole. MOMI, South Bank, SE1.


Caption: Trip to the South Bank: a Dalek heads down river

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  • APA 6th ed.: Janes, Julie (1991-07-05). South Bank gets new dimension. London Evening Standard p. 25.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Janes, Julie. "South Bank gets new dimension." London Evening Standard [add city] 1991-07-05, 25. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Janes, Julie. "South Bank gets new dimension." London Evening Standard, edition, sec., 1991-07-05
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