It’s fantastic, guys. If you’re a fan, and you’re ever in the UK, I highly recommend a trip here. I did a small write up about it on my other blog, here:
It was particularly great for a costumer, because none of the costumes were behind glass, and, while they didn’t allow you to actually touch any of them, you were free to stick your camera as close as you wanted, and in most cases, you could walk all the way around them.
All the pictures I took are here:
All the Doctors’ clothes where here, including Ten. Guys, you can’t imagine how difficult it was not to reach out and touch!!!!
And many of Clara’s costumes, including one of her Victorians.
The Queen (which I was much more impressed by in person!)
And River. Who was sadly hard to photograph from the back, because of the way the lighting was.
Her dress, by the way, is a lightweight poly stretch.
My surprise favorite of the costumes, though, was the Red Dress worn by the cybermen’s queen.
It’s officially added to the list of Things I Want to Make Someday. Just look at the pretty!
One thing I found interesting about the whole Experience was how few kids where there. It was almost all adults, of all ages. I found that just cool. I love things like Doctor Who and Harry Potter that bring people of all ages together!
And there was something else I was going to tell you…but I forgot what it was…