Dinosaurs Downunder | Friday 20 May 2016

dinosaurs downunder

Dinosaurs Down Under

Dinosaurs Down Under tells the story of the extraordinary creatures that inhabited South Australia more than half a billion years ago, and of what has come in the millions of years since.

The inimitable “Professor Flint” invites everyone out there to a special edition, once only, never to be repeated edition of “Dinosaurs Down Under”.

Sing along with your Prof Flint favourites, including “Rocks and Bones” and “The Valley of the Dinosaurs” as you join the “Dinosaur Stampede”.

With additional tunes, including one about a real life drop bear and a giant duck, the Prof is set to announce an exciting program of activities for the year ahead through “Professor Flint’s Palaeo Pals”.

This is one show no budding young palaeontologist will want to miss!

Copies of the Prof’s CD “Dinosaurs Down Under” will be on sale at the special price of $10, with the Prof available for signing and for taking questions after the show.

The Prof will be joined by his pals from the Flinders University Palaeontology Society who will have some awesome items for you to check out both before and after the show. Best suited for ages up to 12.

For more information and all enquiries please visit the Dinosaurs Downunder Facebook page

What:   Dinosaurs Downunder

When:  Friday 20 May 2016 | 7pm

WhereScott Theatre – The University of Adelaide | North Terrace

Who:     Budding palaeontologists up to the age of 12

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Image from Dinosaurs Downunder Facebook page

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