Dinosaurs roar onto Bowlus stage Friday

Dinosaur World Live will stampede into the Bowlus Fine Arts Center at 7 p.m. Friday. It's a family-friendly, interactive show.



February 13, 2024 - 3:26 PM

Dinosaurs are about to take over the Bowlus Fine Arts Center. 

“Dinosaur World Live” features a pre-historic world of astonishing and remarkably life-like dinosaurs in a roaring, interactive show for all the family. It will begin at 7 p.m. Friday.

Meet a host of impressive creatures including a tyrannosaurus rex, a triceratops, giraffatitan, microraptor and segnosaurus.

“Dinosaur World Live” has wowed audiences across three continents since 2017 with its ferociously life-like and life-size dinosaur puppets, and is unique in bringing puppets of this scale to an interactive setting where the audience can get so close to them.

The show is brought by Nicoll Entertainment, the brainchild of Oliver Royds and Nick Brooke of Great Britain, creating some of the most innovative family-friendly theatre productions of the past decade. 

The company has toured extensively across the UK and Ireland, as well as international tours across the USA, China, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE, Kuwait and Bahrain.

Tickets are still available at bowluscenter.org and at the door.

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