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Teach Rex Dinosaur Show Returns To Camp & Furnace This Summer

The award-winning Liverpool based, Teach Rex team are delighted to be bringing this unique, interactive dinosaur show back to Camp & Furnace.

Teach Rex uses life-like dinosaurs to perform their 45-minute show, teaching children about the anatomy and life of one the most mesmerizing creatures that have ever roamed our planet.  The show is teamed with effects, music and gives children and their families the chance to get up close and personal with these fantastic, realistic beasts.  

Children will be greeted by baby dinosaurs and given a ‘Dino Booklet’ which includes a variety of educational activities. You will also be provided with coloured crayons, all that is included in the price of a ticket, in this educational experience delivered by teachers.  

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The new show will delve into the jaws of one of the most iconic dinosaurs to ever roam the world, the Velociraptor. Delivered by primary school teachers, the team will take the audience on an interactive, prehistoric journey, pinpointing misconceptions surrounding the velociraptor and the audience will learn how this iconic beast would have actually looked. Meet various Velociraptors and the only fully feathered velociraptor in the world amongst others, giving the audience a realistic insight into these fascinating creatures.  

The show is suitable for children of all ages (3+ recommended) and has even proven to be extremely popular with adults. The educational part of the show runs for approximately 45 minutes followed by a dinosaur meet and greet when families can get photographs next to the beasts whilst enjoying a dance.

The Teach Rex Velociraptor show is at Camp & Furnace on 4 August 2022. Buy tickets here.

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Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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