Roar Roar Dinosaur - Interactive Learning Experience Live - VISUAL

VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art &
The George Bernard Shaw Theatre

Roar Roar Dinosaur - Interactive Learning Experience Live

Embark on a Jurassic adventure like no other with this interactive show about dinosaurs!

Saturday 20th April 2024 | 2pm & 4.30pm

Admission: €16 Incl Booking Fee

Book Tickets

Embark on a Jurassic adventure like no other!

Join us for an exhilarating, interactive dinosaur show that will transport you back in time. Witness these magnificent creatures come to life before your eyes from incubation through to adulthood as our dinosaurs roar, stomp, dance and interact with the audience.

Brace yourself for a thrilling journey filled with educational insights and heart-pounding excitement. Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience the prehistoric era up close and personal.

Fun for the whole family, book your tickets now and prepare for an unforgettable encounter with the giants of the past!

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