Dinosaurs heading for Crawley theatre this summer

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The Hawth is thrilled to announce Dinosaur Adventure Live - Trouble on Volcano Island, returns to The Hawth Crawley on Friday 2 August. This Family Favourite show has three new Dinosaur additions and a brand new story making it even more ROARSOME!

This awe-inspiring, wild family adventure will captivate both the young and young at heart. Dinosaur Adventure Live immerses audiences in an enchanting and realistic world of Dinosaurs.

You will journey to a world of living, breathing, life-like Dinosaurs in this brand-new adventure that will take you on an unforgettable interactive journey through the Jurassic era, introducing you to some of the most incredible species that ever walked the Earth.

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Written by Mike Newman (Exciting Science), the story is set in an over-grown lab on dinosaur island. When the island's ancient volcano becomes active, it spells danger for everyone – including the Dinosaurs! Featuring two dinosaur-expert rangers and a wacky scientist, a roaring raptor, two adorable baby dinosaurs, an astounding apatosaurus, a spectacular spinosaurus, a p-terriffic pterodactyl & of course a terrifying T-Rex, the show has educational and comic elements throughout.

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Experience the thrill of meeting real-life-like Dinosaurs and feel the thunderous roar of a T-Rex up close. Learn about their history and even feed them but be careful – you might end up on the menu!

Dinosaur Adventure Live, a show that has been 65 million years in the making... Are you ready for the adventure?

Tickets priced £21 - £17.50 are available from hawth.co.uk and by calling The Hawth Box Office on 01293 553636 (Mon-Fri, 10am - 4pm).

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