Sarner AV awarded Doctor Who contract
Paul Milligan, November 1, 2010
Creative design and AV installation company Sarner will design, create, produce and build the first ever immersive Doctor Who Experience for BBC Worldwide.
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Sarner was awarded the contract following a competitive tender at the beginning of 2010 and is currently working on the pre-build prior to going on site at the beginning of December. The exhibition will officially open at London’s Olympia on 20th February 2011.
The main element of the exhibition will be an immersive timed dark walk experience where, for the first time ever, visitors will become involved in their very own Doctor Who adventure. The ‘show’, which has been devised with input from Doctor Who executive producer and show runner Steven Moffat, will feature special effects and exclusively filmed footage. Visitors will help the Doctor and go on a journey through time and space. Following their adventure, visitors will enter a freeflow exhibition which charts the success of the show from the first series in 1963 to the most recent episodes starring Matt Smith and Karen Gillan. This will comprise interactive areas, displays and some classic memorabilia from the TV show, including several generations of the Daleks and original costumes.