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Having already proved popular in Japan, France and Portugal, Star Wars: The Exhibition will be shown in County Hall, London from 5 May this year.

Running until 1 September, the exhibition presents a respectable collection of memorabilia, including 280 original film props, vehicles, costumes and models covering the entire Star War saga.

Visitors can apparently participate in several interactive exhibits and activities from Jedi training to a green screen simulation - which is the effect used to make it look as though you are in actually in the film.

Other attractions we'd like to see, however, include a "Guess Which Is Heavier: George's Wallet Or His Chin" competition and of course a life-size Jar Jar Binks, which the public can punch repeatedly.

Check out the website for more details. ®

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