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Doctor Who: Time Fracture immersive experience debuting in 2020

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BBC Studios and Immersive Everywhere have announced a new immersive Doctor Who experience, launching in 2020 in London. Galifreyan Coin tokens are now available to buy for Doctor Who: Time Fracture.

Doctor Who: Time Fracture is debuting in London in late 2020, although the exact location will not be announced until spring 2020.

The attraction will feature creations and characters from the world of Doctor Who, with visitors able to experience their own Whovian adventure.

The 90-minute immersive event invites visitors to play an active part in the story and engage with actors, or just watch as the story unfolds.

Creations and characters from Doctor Who

According to the Doctor Who: Time Fracture website, the storyline sees a gateway opening beneath the streets of London, with time as we know it collapsing and the fate of the universe at stake.

Audiences will find themselves at the heart of the story, taking a journey across space and time as a great challenge lies ahead. There will be incredible worlds to explore, characters to meet and dangers to encounter.

Fans can now buy Galifreyan Coin tokens before tickets go on sale. Each token purchased is equivalent to one ticket and will give guests priority access to book for the date and time of their preferred performance.

Audiences at the heart of the story in Time Fracture

These will be announced in February 2020. After buying a Gallifreyan Coin token, visitors will receive a code for each token, which can be redeemed for a ticket, as well as an exclusive pin badge when they arrive at the venue.

Immersive experiences are big in the attractions industry, with an interactive Dr. Seuss Experience recently confirmed for Toronto’s Square One and Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds: The Immersive Experience now showing in London.

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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