The Belgrade Theatre is offering families the chance to meet an incredible life-size Triceratops at Coventry’s Lower Precinct this October half-term. Young adventurers and passing shoppers can catch a glimpse of this amazing creature in its (un)natural habitat on Sat 21 Oct.
Dinosaur experts have advised that this particular Triceratops can be sighted in the Lower Precinct from 2pm – 2.15pm, 3pm – 3.15pm and 4pm – 4.15pm.
This 68 million year old dinosaur is on the loose in Coventry ahead of the arrival of the fun, interactive show Dinosaur World at the Belgrade Theatre from Thurs 26 to Sat 28 Oct.
Using incredible puppetry, Dinosaur World brings a range of remarkably life-like dinosaurs to the stage, including every child’s favourite flesh-eating giant, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, along with a Giraffatitan, Segnosaurus and baby Triceratops, to name a few!
The live show is followed by a post-show ‘meat and greet’ where audience members have the opportunity to meet the dinosaurs in person.
This entertaining and engaging new show is sure to delight the whole family, while also educating young people aged 3+ (and adults) about these incredible creatures from the Mesozoic era.
Dinosaur World is written and directed by Derek Bond (Sweet Charity, Manchester Theatre Awards 2017 winner, Little Shop of Horrors, Manchester Royal Exchange). The creative team includes: Puppet Designer Max Humphries (National Theatre, Royal Opera House, Cirque de Soleil); Puppet Director Laura Cubitt (Running Wild, Chichester Festival Theatre; Don Quixote, RSC; War Horse, NT Berlin); Puppetry Consultant Toby Olié (for the National Theatre: Elephantom, Peter Pan, The Light Princess, Hansel & Gretel, NT: 50 Years on Stage and also the original hind puppeteer of Joey in War Horse); Set & Costume Designer James Perkins; Lighting Designer John Maddox and Sound Designer Tom Mann.
Performed by Danielle Stagg (Miranda), Rosie Nicholls (Puppeteer), Yana Penrose (Puppeteer), James Taylor (Puppeteer), Emma Thornett (Puppeteer), and Rafe Young (Puppeteer). Further casting to be announced.
Explorers are urged to book fast before tickets become extinct! Tickets are available now priced from £15.25 for adults and £13.25 for children. To book, call the Belgrade Box Office on 024 7655 3055 or visit www.belgrade.co.uk.