Dinosaur Time Machine: Award-winning children’s show coming to Karralyka

The Dinosaur Time Machine is roaring into Karralyka these Easter school holidays with two shows on Thursday 15 April.

Dinosaur Time Machine is an award-winning children’s theatre show that gives dinosaur lovers a fun and educational experience combining science with circus, puppetry, simple narrative and imaginative play.

Guided by two time-travelling ‘scientists’, this creative pre-historic performance is filled with up-to-date discoveries and scientific facts that transport audiences of all ages back to a time when dinosaurs roamed the Earth.

Delivered as part of Karralyka’s Karrakids program, take a trip in a giant time machine and learn about the ancient world of dinosaurs, with a chance to get up close and personal with a life-sized baby T-Rex!

There is a quiz for those in the know about dinosaur facts (did you know that the kangaroo appeared on the evolutionary chain before the mammoth?), and a 3D timeline demonstrating how long dinosaurs ruled the Earth compared to the length of time that humans have been around.

The show doesn’t stop at palaeontology; concepts such as geography and biology are also incorporated. And did we mention the life-sized baby T-Rex?

From the company that brought you Rogue (Ringwood Spiegeltent 2019), Highwire Entertainment’s Dinosaur Time Machine was named ‘Best Children’s Show’ at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe – the southern hemisphere’s largest and Australia’s biggest, open access arts festival.


Date: Thursday 15 April

Time: 11am and 2pm shows

Tickets: Cost is $17 for a single ticket

The show is suitable for children aged three and above. The show will run for 55 minutes with no interval.

Children can enjoy a free art and craft session 45 minutes prior to each show.

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