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Build-A-Bear to Launch ‘Doctor Who’ Dalek Plush

Multiple bears and accessories are launching.

Build-A-Bear Workshop and BBC Studios have revealed new additions to their “Doctor Who” range, launching a brand-new Dalek plush and Tenth and Eleventh Doctor costumes.

“We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with BBC Studios to bring these great new additions to Build-A-Bear Workshop,” says Anjali Khosla, senior manager, brand management, Build-A-Bear Workshop. “Fans are sure to love this unique spin on the beloved series, making this the perfect addition to your collection or gift for the Doctor Who enthusiast in your life!”

The collaboration includes the new Dalek plush. Fans can complete their “Doctor Who” bear’s look with the Eleventh Doctor Costume & Sonic Screwdriver Set, featuring the Eleventh Doctor’s red braces, bow tie and fez. Or treat your bear to an all-new Tenth Doctor Costume & Sonic Screwdriver Set featuring the Tenth Doctor’s brown suit, coat, glasses and trainers. Both costumes come with a sonic screwdriver wristie that recreates the gadget by making sounds when you press it.

“The launch of the ‘Doctor Who’ Bear and Thirteenth and Tenth Doctor outfits was such a big success with fans last year, and we’re excited to bring them even more outfits and plush to add to their collection,” says Julie Kekwick, senior licensing manager, BBC Studios.

The new additions join the “Doctor Who” Bear, Thirteenth Doctor and blue Tenth Doctor costumes launched last year. The “Doctor Who” Bear features branded blue paw pads and a blue heart on its chest.

The “Doctor Who” Bear is available online now from the Build-A-Bear website, and the other new products will be available in the U.K. and U.S. and can be bought exclusively on the Build-A-Bear website.

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