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Dinosaurs, Twirlywoos and craft at South Holland Centre


By Spalding Today Columnist


Direct from the West End, the interactive children’s theatre show that brings dinosaurs to life comes to the South Holland Centre next month.

Dinosaur World Live uses stunning puppetry to bring remarkably life-like dinosaurs to the stage, including every child's favourite flesh-eating giant, the tyrannosaurus rex, along with a giraffatitan, microraptor, segnosaurus and triceratops.

Each performance is followed by a post-show meet and greet where audience members have the opportunity to meet some of the dinosaurs in person. Due to incredible demand, there are three shows here in Spalding: two on Bank Holiday Monday May 6, at 12.30pm and 3pm; and a third after school on Tuesday May 7 at 4.30pm. Tickets are already charging out of the door.

Dinosaur World Live! Pic: Robert Day.
Dinosaur World Live! Pic: Robert Day.

But before the arrival of dinosaurs, our funny live show over the Easter holidays is about two grandpas, two paintbrushes, one job and two different ways of doing things.

If All the World Were Paper on Tuesday April 9, at 2pm, celebrates the joy of true friendship and is perfect for young children aged 3 to 7 and their adults (especially grandads). Ticket holders can make a longer day of it and turn up from 12.30pm for free pre-show crafts.

Is All the World Was Paper is preceded by a craft workshop.
Is All the World Was Paper is preceded by a craft workshop.

Meanwhile, this is the final call for Twirlywoos Live tickets! At the time of writing, there are just a handful of tickets left for this colourful show based on the hit TV series here on Friday April 12, so don’t delay if you want to come.



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