The dinosaurs are from Teach Rex, who provide creative workshops that ignite young minds and imaginations.
The sessions begin by showing the children some baby dinosaurs to introduce the topic. From there, the main show is around 45 minutes long and includes being able to get up close with the dinosaurs At the end of each show, there are photo opportunities with the dinosaurs. Tickets are on sale and are £8 each.
As well as Teach Rex, there will be additional free-to-attend prehistoric themed activities for families. These arts and crafts sessions will be on Tuesday 20 February at 10.00 am and Thursday 22 February at 2.00 pm. Both sessions are two hours in duration and the whole family is welcome.
Kim Judge, Learning Hub Programme Manager at the Cathedral, said, “We’re thrilled to welcome back Teach Rex to the Cathedral this half-term. They put on a great show that’s full of excitement with learning points for both children and parents. We know that dinosaurs are always popular with young children, and this is a fantastic opportunity for them to engage with life-size versions!”
Teach Rex tickets can be booked at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teach-rex-tickets-803802243147
Family activity sessions can be booked at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/prehistoric-family-activities-tickets-808808547137
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