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City welcomes Daleks and Cybermen


The Dr Who exhibition will be at Kelvingrove until 4 January 2010

Daleks and Cybermen are descending on Glasgow for a Dr Who exhibition at the city's Kelvingrove Museum.

Organisers have said "a whole galaxy of monsters and props" from the television series will be on display.

Visitors will be able to get close to some of the costumes and creatures that have appeared in the long-running show.

The exhibition, which gets under way on Saturday, also features the work of the BBC Art Department which has created some of the memorable creature effects.

'Wonderful characters''

Exhibition organiser, Martin Wilkie, said: "The exhibition space is fantastic and enables us to showcase Doctor Who props, monsters and costumes to their very best advantage.

"There will be many of the favourite creatures lurking within, including the Cybermen and the famous Daleks."

Bailie Liz Cameron, chairwoman of Culture and Sport Glasgow, said: "The Doctor Who Exhibition is one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the year.

"Fans of the show have been telling me how much they are looking forward to seeing all these wonderful characters and terrifying monsters.

"This is the only Scottish date for the Doctor Who Exhibition and it promises to be an experience visitors won't forget in a hurry."

The Doctor Who exhibition will be at the Kelvingrove until 4 January, 2010.

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