Dinosaur World Live is the perfect introduction to live theatre and a great opportunity to bring your students out of the classroom and into a Jurassic adventure!


Download our FREE Dinosaur World Live teachers’ pack containing fun, curriculum based activities for your class to explore the show further, with extra information to enrich your experience.


There is also a DINO-MITE colouring page FREE to download below.




‘This awesome show transports its audience to a dinosaur land filled with wonderful puppetry skills, interesting facts and plenty of ‘wow’ moments. The dinosaurs are beautifully crafted and lifelike, each with its own quirky personality.

The humorous style in which the show is written carefully balances the scarier moments with light heartedness, whilst weaving in an educational side.

Children leave having met the dinosaurs up close, (braver children are encouraged to stroke some) and throughout the show there is lots of audience participation. A super experience and a perfect school trip adventure!’

Lucy Lidbury, Yr 4 teacher, Dragon School, Oxford

‘We took a party of 21 children, aged between 4 and 11 years old. Even the youngest children were captivated by all of the dinosaur puppets. But it was the large dinosaurs that stole the show for our children! They have still not stopped talking about it a week later. The older children and teachers were particularly taken with the skilful puppeteers and the sheer scale of the puppets, one of whom took four puppeteers to manoeuvre. Despite the size, each dinosaur had its own characteristic movements and impressive sound effects.

We have managed to do a lot of follow-up work in class with activities ranging from painting dinosaurs, through to researching the dinosaurs featured in the show.

There were ‘wordy parts’, which were appreciated more by our older children and throughout the show our children were on the edge of their seats, engaged and throughly entertained! I would recommend Dinosaur World to parents and grandparents. A real theatrical treat!’

Sharon Bond, Assistant Head, Green Street Green Primary School