Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
West End Summer Season 2023
We're thrilled to announce Dinosaur World Live will be returning to London's stunning Open Air Theatre in the heart of Regent's Park for the first time in five years next summer, playing from 11 August until 3 September.
Priority booking opens at 11am, Tuesday 18 October 2022
Public booking opens at 11am, Tuesday 8 November 2022.
Using stunning puppetry to bring remarkably life-like dinosaurs to the stage, Dinosaur World Live presents a host of impressive pre-historic creatures ROARING across the UK in 2022. Check back for 2023 tour dates, coming soon!
Dinosaur World Live has fast become an international smash hit, following a hugely successful tour of the United States in 2019 visiting 35 cities across 19 states, three major UK tours and London seasons at Regent’s Park Open-Air Theatre, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre and Underbelly's Wonderground Festival.
Read our Reviews
'Highly recommended for all ages'
WHAT'S GOOD TO DO
'A spectacular interactive show!'
'Entertainment with showmanship, razzmatazz and spectacular puppets'
Behind the Arrias
‘My four year old son was in awe…’
'A rip-ROARing success of a production!'
FAIRY POWERED PRODUCTIONS
'The perfect family show. Educational and entertaining.'
THE REVIEWS HUB
'A magical piece of theatre for children!'
BEHIND THE ARRAS
'A really fun family show'
'You’ll leave the show feeling thoroughly entertained'
UK Tour Dates
'Beautiful puppetry and delightful dinosaur action'
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