Dinosaur World live review – London with kids

Dinosaur World live review – London with kids

All children go crazy for the dinosaurs, and mine are not far behind. In my son’s backup, there are always some dinosaurs that come around with us. Also in our last trip to Amsterdam, they were absolutely the best travel friends for both of them. So when they found out we were going to see the Dinosaur World Live, a show with real dinosaurs, they were so exited!

I was excited too, I watched Jurassic park the film, thousand of times!

 

DINOSAUR WORLD LIVE: THE LOCATION

We went to the show on a Sunday morning, the weather was pretty bad, but we were lucky enough to see the entire show before a pouring rain started.

The location of the show is just amazing!

We are huge fan of Regents park, and I must say that this show in a park is a perfect combination for a day out with kids. You might be interested to read Top 10 things to do in London for under 5s.

 

Actually, after the show, you can have a relaxing picnic on the grass and enjoy this beautiful park!

 

THE SHOW!

 

The show started with a very dynamic one woman show, Miranda, a really energetic explorer who took with her across ages, to meet some dinosaurs!

 

I must say, I was impressed by the dinos puppets, very realistic, and so interactive in their way to move, that at some point you forget about the show, and imagine them in the real world, where they were the kings on earth.

 

All started with Brutus, the Tryceratops, that I found out thanks to the show, that she is vegetarian!

 

We discovered lots of facts about them, and some children were invited on stage to meet the dinosaurs: giving a snack or some cuddles!

 

 

The real star of the show arrived at the end. A really impressive T-Rex!

Children can take their eyes off!!

 

The show is really great, and I was in awe for theĀ puppeteers, and how they were able to control this giants!

 

There is also a sweet part at the very end of the show, when a little dino has birth from an egg.

And, after the show was over, children can meet and touch the dinosaurs in the backstage!

 

My 4 years old was in awe during the whole show and after the show for the whole day!

 

We had a great time! It is a really fun family show!

 

USEFUL INFORMATION:

  • The show takes place at the Open Theatre in Regent’s Park
  • The closest tube station is Baker Street
  • For more info and to buy tickets visitĀ Dinosaurworldlive.com
  • Suitable for 3 years old and more

 

Do you like Dinosaurs too?

 

 

Francesca

 

 

 

 

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  1. September 18, 2018 / 15:55

    I saw the open air theatre in Regent’s Park, but I didn’t know about this show. It plays in winter as well?

    • mumwhatelse
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      September 18, 2018 / 21:52

      It is a show in tour across the UK, but I don’t really know hoe long it lasts, more info on their site.

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