Last chance to see The Imitation Game exhibition

  |  Published: Nov 4th 2016
The ballroom features in a scene from the film. Image courtesy STUDICANAL.
The ballroom features in a scene from the film. Image courtesy STUDICANAL.

Fans of Benedict Cumberbatch have just two weekends left to see a behind-the-scenes exhibition of his most famous movie, The Imitation Game.

Telling the story of Alan Turing and his essential work creating the machine that broke the Engima code, the Oscar-winning movie was in part filmed at the Mansion in Bletchley Park, where Turing worked for the Government Code and Cypher School during WW2.

Memorabilia from the film, including clothing worn by Cumberbatch and Kiera Knightley, is on display alongside part of the film set. Visitors can see the replica Bombe created for The Imitation Game, alongside a real Enigma machine.

After two years on display, during which time visitor numbers to the Buckinghamshire heritage attraction exceeded 250,000 in 2015, the exhibition will close on 13 November.  Entrance tickets to Bletchley Park include unlimited free visits for 12 months. For more information and to book in advance, go to www.bletchleypark.org.uk

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