Squid Games terrifying ‘Red Light, Green Light’ doll tours UK – and you can see it

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Netflix is delighting Squid Game fans by bringing a replica of the show’s iconic ‘Red Light, Green Light’ doll to The Trafford Centre in Manchester and Birmingham’s Grand Central Station this Saturday.

Fans over the age of 16 are invited to experience the fully functioning 3-metre tall doll, complete with moving light-up eyes and singing capabilities.

Visitors can take photos and videos of the doll in action as well as interact with the Squid Game costumed guards.

Complementary circular cookies, carved with different shapes from the series, will also be handed out to guests.

The doll began its tour of the UK at London’s Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherd’s Bush last weekend to celebrate Halloween.

It also appeared in Sydney, Australia, and Koreatown in Los Angeles.

The animatronic doll appears in the first episode of the hit Korean series which has taken the nation by storm.

Last month Squid Game became Netflix’s biggest show ever, with 142 million households globally having watched the series in its first four weeks.

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This surpassed period drama, Bridgerton, which was watched by 82 million households at the end of 2020.

The series begins with people in dire need of money being sent a mysterious invitation to join the game.

A total of 456 participants from all walks of life are then locked into a secret location where they play games in order to win 45.6 billion.

The nine-part drama sees participants playing traditional Korean children’s games, such as Red Light, Green Light, but the games take a dark turn and losers face deadly consequences.

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