Time to come out from behind the sofa and head to the National Space Centre to discover the fact behind the fiction.
Science of the Time Lords is a fun family and fan weekend, dedicated to the world’s longest running sci-fi TV show, Doctor Who.
The Centre will be filled with a time line exhibition of TARDIS’, a Tomb of the Cybermen, Costumes from modern and historic episodes, a whole legion of Daleks and, making its UK debut, a fully realised recreation of the 1978 Tardis Control Room Studio Set from the Tom Baker years.
Special guests will be joining the Cyber invasion for the weekend, including the Sixth and Seventh Doctors, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, along with their companions from the show, Peri and Ace, played by Nicola Bryant and Sophie Aldred.
Ensuring world domination is final, on Sunday the event will welcome special guests Dan Starkey, everybody’s favourite Sontaran – Strax, as well as two of the actors who have taken on the role of the leader of the Daleks, Davros – Terry Molloy and David Gooderson.
But Science of the Time Lords would be nothing without that all important science element, so visitors can discover all kinds of interesting facts that they have seen in their favourite show. From cloning, to multiple hearts, artificial intelligence to sonic screwdrivers, and even a little bit of regeneration thrown in for good measure… remember to pack the fish fingers and custard!
Science of the Time Lords runs from 10:00 – 17:00 on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 January 2017. Standard entry fees to the National Space Centre apply and tickets are available now from www.spacecentre.co.uk
To find out more, or to book, visit the NATIONAL SPACE CENTRE website.