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Exciting things for the children to do

IF YOUR tots are turning into terrors, you can always get the Daleks to exterminate them!

The Doctor Who Exhibition, an all-talking, all-moving show, is invading the Museum of the Moving Image every day until November.

Step into the Tardis (at the entrance) and enter the celluloid fantasy world of the sci-fi TV classic. Learn how the special effects were made and how aliens were created.

You can also meet some of the Doctor's scariest enemies, including the tin-pot Cybermen, Silurians, AXON the giant robot and. of course, the Daleks

There will also be a host of Doctor Who chats. workshops and playgroups organised over the next few months.

The Museum of the Moving Image, at the South Bank Centre near Waterloo Bridge. is open from 10am until 6 pin daily.

Admission is £4.95 for adults. £3.50 for children, £4.20 for students and £15 for a family ticket.

Caption: METAL MENACE: An earlier Dr Who (Jon Pertwee) surrounded by Daleks

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