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Dinosaurs return to Murray Bridge
After 65 million years, dinosaurs will roam the Earth once again, this time for a family show – Dinomaniacs – in Murray Bridge.
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Dinosaurs will appear in The Dinomaniacs, a highly energetic dinosaur adventure for the whole family on April 18 at the Murray Bridge Performing Arts and Function Centre.
This treat for the imagination will take you on an exhilarating journey to prehistoric times with Toby the T-Rex, Trixi Triceratops, Rainbow J, Shaun the Dino Doctor, the Aussie dinosaurs Ozzi and Oi, plus many other dinosaur special guests.
The Dinomaniacs show includes original songs Rock and Roar, The Dino Doctor and Dance with the Dinosaurs, as well as some classic tunes that will get everyone pumped and dancing.
Apart from the musical delights, the show features dancing, jokes, surprises and opportunities for the audience to get up close and personal with the dinosaurs.
“We give the power to the kids to be in control of our dinosaurs – so the kids aren’t scared, as they hold the power,” one of the Dinomaniacs said.
“They help us train our dinosaurs – along with lots of laughs, dancing, singing along and role playing.”
A show that educates kids while empowering them and making them smile sounds like a pretty good way to pass a Tuesday morning.
The Dinomaniacs show runs for approximately 45 minutes, with a 30-minute meet and greet afterward.
There will also be 30 minutes of pre-show entertainment for all guests and a break for 10–15 minutes between the end of the performance and the meet and greet.
Tickets: $15 to $16.50. Visit events.ticketbooth.com.au or phone the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery on 8539 1420.
More information: murraybridgepafc.com.
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