Dinosaur Zoo at the Radlett Centre

16:04 24 January 2014

Dinosaur Zoo

Dinosaur Zoo

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Message from Erth – the dinosaurs are back for a second UK tour including a stopover at the Radlett Centre.

Australian-based creators Erth use puppetry to bring dinosaurs to life in an interactive live show entitled Dinosaur Zoo, suitable for all the family from aged three upwards,

The show, which can be seen at the Radlett Centre next Wednesday and Thursday, January 29 and 30, introduces audiences to a range of creatures from cute baby dinos to teeth-gnashing giants including a carnivorous theropod known as the Australovenator, based on the most complete meat-eating dinosaur skeleton found in Australia.

Intrepid audience members brave enough to get up close with the dinosaurs are brought onto the stage to assist the zoo keeper in his/her daily tasks – but not all the ravenous reptiles are as tame as they seem.

For those who aren’t able to join the dinosaurs on stage, there will be an opportunity to meet them at the official ‘meet and greet’, which takes place at the end of each show.

Performances are at 1.30pm and 4.30pm on Wednesday and from 11am and 4.30pm on Thursday. Front row seats are £15, the remainder of the theatre £12.50 and school groups £10. Tickets are available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk

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