Pop into Australia’s Pop-Up Shop!

Materialising in Sydney, Australia this autumn is the first ever Doctor Who pop-up shop.

Cyberman Apron

Opening Thursday 9th May in Wilson Street, Newtown, the Doctor Who pop-up shop is the first of its kind and will feature exclusive merchandise not currently available in Australian stores such as the Doctor Who home range which boasts a selection of stylish teapots, mugs, tea towels, notebooks, laptop covers and more!

Also on offer will be the popular range of Doctor Who books, DVD’s, Toys and Gifts that Australian fans love and as a special treat fans will have the opportunity to have their photo taken in-store with a Dalek and a replica TARDIS.

To make this special event, fans will be donning costumes of their favourite Doctor Who characters with a small gift being given to the first 20 fans in fancy dress to enter the shop.

Home Range cups

Rachael Hammond, BBC Worldwide’s Senior Licencing Executive, said:

Doctor Who has always cultivated an extremely diverse, loyal and passionate fan base.


With the 50th Anniversary fast-approaching, we are delighted to be able to offer dedicated space for fans of the world’s longest running Sci-Fi show to interact with each other and take home their very own piece of Doctor Who.”

The pop-up shop will be landing in Newtown for a short time only and, just like the TARDIS, who knows where it will materialise next…?


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