WITH PROF BEN GARROD
is now touring in theatres across the UK.
Ultimate Dinosaurs is the hit stage show starring dinosaur aficionado Prof Ben Garrod. Get ready to go on an exciting, prehistoric adventure as Ben introduces you to the deadliest predators that ever roamed the planet. Yes, dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex, Allosaurus and Spinosaurus may even have walked or swam right where you are now! Pitting the knowledge of unwitting adults against the all-knowing kids, Ben presents an interactive, educational and highly entertaining show. So, come and test your knowledge against Dr Ben in this hit live interactive show, which is bigger and better than ever.
Ben's extensive TV credits include: 'Attenborough and the giant dinosaur' and 'Attenborough and the mammoth graveyard' alongside Sir David Attenborough on BBC One. For BBC Two, Ben presented 'The day the dinosaurs died' alongside Prof Alice Roberts. Ben has written a series of children’s books on dinosaurs called Ultimate Dinosaurs, and his most recent titles, Ankylosaurus and Microraptor, are exploding with facts, and are filled with the most up-to-date scientific research, an ‘Ask The Expert’ section, fossil guides, and quizzes to test your dino-knowledge.
Ben is a regular voice on BBC Radio 4, appearing in popular programmes such as 'The life scientific' and 'The infinite monkey cage' as well as his own series including ‘Wild inside', 'The human hive' and 'Bone stories'. This year, he presented the four-part series 'Super senses' for Radio 4 and BBC Sounds. He has also presented 'A Grown Up Guide to Dinosaurs' and 'A Grown Up Guide to Oceans' for Audible Original.
For five dates only (Bristol, Tunbridge Wells, Hartlepool, Exeter, and Morecambe) Ben’s show will feature Dinomania, which use life-sized, museum quality, interactive dinosaur models and puppets, to help the audience back in time to when these beats dominated our planet. Perfect for people of all ages, how will you feel touching the skin of a baby Triceratops or come face-to-face with a thundering T. rex?
Chris Evans (Virgin Radio Breakfast Show) - ‘He’s the man! The genius is his knowledge; the genius is the man himself!’
Deadline News (Edinburgh Festival) - 'This is definitely the best show at the Festival, it deserves 500 million stars but if you really can’t put 500 million stars then 5 stars will have to do'
Families online - 'I would highly recommend this show to anyone with a small person that loves dinosaurs!’
North East Family Fun - 'Who knew learning over Half Term would be so fun!'