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  • BBC goes live with its own theme park
  • BBC goes live with its own theme park
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BBC goes live with its own theme park

Fancy a ride on a Tardis roller coaster? A live Sherlock experience? Or even a booze up in the Old Vic? Well in 2020 you may well be able to. After a landmark agreement with a private company and a partnership with Paramount pictures, a BBC theme park is on its way. 



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