Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Dinosaurs back from extinction and visiting Newark!

The stars of Dinosaur Zoo Live made an appearance at Newark’s Palace Theatre today ahead of the show’s run at the theatre in the New Year.

The show’s 7’ tall Australovenator and two of its Dryosaurs greeted ticket buyers, Palace staff and representatives from the Palace’s Principal Sponsors, Tallents Solicitors, on the steps of the theatre.

Dinosaur Zoo brings these awesome prehistoric creatures to the stage as they have never been seen before, up close and personal. From cute baby dinos to teeth-gnashing giants, audience members can observe and interact with these extraordinary life-like dinosaurs in this entertaining and highly imaginative live show. Children can watch wide-eyed from a safe distance or dare to get right up close to the creatures.

Palace Theatre Manager, Carys Coulton-Jones, says: “We’re so thrilled to have the dinosaurs here today to get people excited for Dinosaur Zoo, which plays here on 2nd and 3rd March next year.

“This show is already generating huge amounts of interest so the dinosaurs are looking forward to coming back to Newark in a few months with their full show”.

Dinosaur Zoo Live plays at 1.30pm and 4.30pm on Monday 2nd March and at 10.30am and 4.30pm on Tuesday 3rd March. Tickets are priced at £13.50 with seats in the Danger Zone (the first three rows) at £16. Schools tickets are available at £9.50.


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