Dinosaurs set to descend on The Dome
Doncaster dinosaur lovers of all ages are in for a roarsome time with the immersive Jurassic Earth experience coming to The Dome.
Jurassic Earth is a family-friendly experience featuring roaming, state-of-the-art animatronic Dinosaurs in a thrilling and interactive show.
Tickets are now on sale for the story-telling spectacular, which comes to The Dome, managed by Doncaster Culture & Leisure Trust (DCLT), for two daytime shows on Wednesday, August 17.
Combining entertainment with education, Jurassic Earth features a zany professor, eccentric doctor and a team of rangers and dinosaurs who bring the Jurassic period to life.
The lifelike line-up of prehistoric pals, which have been featured on BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, includes:
Zeus – Europe's largest walking T-Rex, he's 14-feet-high and has an impressive roar!
Velociraptors – Richie & Rocky are two cheeky Velociraptors who like to hunt in packs. Tank Triceratops – Come face-to-face with this humungous herbivore who's 18-feet-long, 5-feet-wide and 8-feet-tall.
Brontosaurus – The latest addition to Jurassic Earth, Emily Bronty is a 15-feet-tall giant.
General admission tickets include the thrilling 75-minute Dinosaur Show and Jurassic photo opportunities in the foyer.
VIP tickets include priority seating, a guaranteed meet and greet with the curious baby dinosaurs and a chat with the rangers. The chief ranger will teach little dino lovers how to train wild dinosaurs and what to do if the prehistoric creatures escape!
The shows will take place at The Dome at 12pm (11-11.30am VIP) and 3pm (2-2.30pm VIP).
Chris Hone, head of commercial development at DCLT, said: "Jurassic Earth has been a sell-out across the UK and we know it will be a roaring success at The Dome.
"Tickets are now on sale for this spectacular show, which is a must for dinosaur lovers of all ages and an unforgettable experience for the whole family."