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Titanic Belfast to stage 'robots' exhibition

Published 12/06/2015

Iron Man is pictured taking Connor McKenna and Vayda Grant by surprise as he prepares to join fellow robots, cyborgs and android stars of the big and small screen, such as R2DE and T-800 from Terminator, at Titanic Belfast's ROBOTS exhibition
Iron Man is pictured taking Connor McKenna and Vayda Grant by surprise as he prepares to join fellow robots, cyborgs and android stars of the big and small screen, such as R2DE and T-800 from Terminator, at Titanic Belfast's ROBOTS exhibition
Iron Man is pictured taking Connor McKenna and Vayda Grant by surprise as he prepares to join fellow robots, cyborgs and android stars of the big and small screen, such as R2DE and T-800 from Terminator, at Titanic Belfast's ROBOTS exhibition

Iron Man, R2-D2 and T-800 from Terminator are just a few of the robots, cyborgs and android stars of the big and small screen that are set to take centre stage at Titanic Belfast’s ROBOTS exhibition from June 26 to September 13.

The event will feature 50 film 'robots' such as Sonny from I,Robot, the B9 robot from Lost in Space and the cyborg RoboCop.

Enduring family favourites such as the stars from Star Trek, Red Dwarf and Robby the Robot from Forbidden Plant will also be at Titanic Belfast.

For those who prefer ‘the dark side’, robots like ABC robot from Judge Dredd and a Sontaran from Doctor Who, will be awaiting visitors.

The opening night will feature special guest NAO the humanoid robot.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £6 per adult and £3 per child (age 5-16 years) with family tickets (two adults and two children) costing £16, visit: www.titanicbelfast.com or phone +4428 90766 399.

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