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Who's in Wales for a while

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OOO-oooh-oooh! Quick, hop behind your sofas, that was the Dr Who theme. Couldn't you tell? The reason for that high-pitched wailing, which appears to have attracted various neighbourhood dogs, is that a massive Dr Who exhibition opened in Wales at the weekend.

It was, lest one forget, the longest-running sci-fi series in the world. Having the novel idea that the main character could renew himself every couple of years when the actor had had enough was a masterstroke.

The exhibition features loads of Who memorabilia and shows how Who products are made. Exhibits include Cybermen, Tom Baker's scarf, a Dalek but probably not any early sixties sofas behind which youngsters cowered.

Of course, Who fans will know that Steven Spielberg is making a version of the programme with Eric Idle as the good Doctor.

The exhibition runs in Llangollen for a couple of years so there's no hurry.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1995-06-22). Who's in Wales for a while. The Stage p. 32.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Who's in Wales for a while." The Stage [add city] 1995-06-22, 32. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Who's in Wales for a while." The Stage, edition, sec., 1995-06-22
  • Turabian: "Who's in Wales for a while." The Stage, 1995-06-22, section, 32 edition.
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