SHOPPERS will get a lot more than they bargained for at Rushmere this autumn, as the shopping centre gets set to host their biggest interactive Sci-Fi exhibition next weekend, September 21 and 22.
And everyone will be a winner, with charitable donations collected over the two-day event going to support Save the Children.
Sci-fi and fantasy film fans of all ages will get the chance to see some of their favourite characters come to life at the fully interactive Heroes and Legends exhibition, which has been organised by the Emerald Garrison, famed for their Star Wars costume club and life-like film set design.
Tickets, available from the customer service desk, cost £4 or £14 for a family of four, which will allow visitors to experience all areas of the exhibition.
Entrance times run on the hour from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, September 21 and from 1pm to 5pm on Sunday, September 22.
Each admission lasts 45 minutes.
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