Going Out: Event: Titanic exhibition
Saturday 05 December 1998
The experience promises to reveal the secrets behind the making of the film - so reliant was it on technical invention and animators' virtuosity, don't be too surprised if, somewhere on the vast set, you find a dark room full of pale computer operatives typing away at keyboards.
One world of warning though: the experience could sink those on a tight budget. Adult tickets are pounds 12, children's pounds 8 with a booking fee on top... not to mention the restaurant... and an "authentically themed retail area"...
Wembley Exhibition Hall 2, London (0181-795 9512) 10am - 7pm daily to 17 Jan
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