Things to know before you go to see Dinosaur World Live in London!

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DINOSAURS IN LONDON

Are you looking for ways to entertain the kids during the summer holidays? We bring you the most exciting and interactive children’s theatre in London!

Dare to experience the dangers and delights of Dinosaur World Live in this interactive new show for all the family at Regent’s Park Theatre!

Miranda, daughter of palaeontologists, grew up surrounded by dinosaurs on a far-away island and now she’s coming to introduce you all to her best dinosaur pals. Come and meet a host of impressive creatures, including every child’s favourite flesh-eating giant, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, a Triceratops, a Segnosaurus, a Microraptor and a Giraffatitan! Grab your compass and discover a world of astonishing (and remarkably life-like) dinosaurs that will amaze children and adults alike.

Playing at Regents Park Open Air Theatre from Tue 14 August – Sun 9 September.

Tickets £16.50!

Book now while tickets last to avoid disappointment!

Things to know before the seeing the dinosaurs in the show!

The performance is 50 mins with no interval, followed by a 15 minute post-show ‘meet and greet’ with the dinosaurs after every performance. Everyone will have the chance to make a new prehistoric pal!

Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase prior to the performance, but please note that food may not be taken into the auditorium. Dinosaurs love human snacks, and we can’t risk another T-Rex incident…

Every theatre performance is unique, but this is especially the case at the Open Air Theatre where both the stage and entire auditorium are uncovered. It’s best to come prepared for all types of weather: bringing your own shade in the afternoon is particularly important. So sun hats, sun cream, sunglasses, raincoats and rain hats should all be considered.

During your visit, please keep your belongings with you at all time. A cheeky baby T-rex has been known to go nosing through a bag or two!

We can’t wait for you to join this summer at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre!