“Immersive street theatre at its very best” – www.festivalkidz.com
Horace the Pliosaur is a giant, 35 foot-long sea lizard. Fresh out of the Jurassic ocean, Horace is 165 million years old. That’s even older than your Grandad.
Brought to you by performing professors and dotty groom Joe, audiences are invited to explore Horace and help prepare him for the day, brushing his teeth and massaging his paddles, before venturing inside his belly on a cinematic journey full of slimy surprises!
Here exists the eccentric world of Professor Humphrieson, Plesiosaurs and Ichthyosaurs. Horace is a unique blend of engineering, film and live performance with fact-filled, fun, family entertainment!
What the experts say:
“The highlight for the children was Horace the Pliosaur – a large puppet dinosaur which you could actually climb inside to watch an interactive film inside its belly. This was exciting and enchanting – immersive street theatre at its very best; the creation of Emerald Ant, containing a film by the great Forkbeard Fantasy theatre group.” www.festivalkidz.com
“Brilliant and loads of fun. Could do it again and again. Loved it” Kitty, 12, Dorchester Festival
“It was so good I want to keep it. Best show ever” Joseph, 5, Devon Cliffs Holiday Park
“Creative Genius” Parent, Glastonbury 2013
“Top Draw” Blackmore Vale Magazine
Previous Tour Dates
Geronimo Children’s Festival, Cheshire, May
Princeshay Shopping Centre, Exeter, August
Bridgwater Quayside Festival, July
Manor Park School, Dorchester, May (part of the Dippy Tour)
Puddletown First School, Dorset. May (part of the Dippy Tour)
Jurassic Beasts Day, Warwick 22nd February
Peterborough Heritage Festival 17th -18th June
Natural Seaton Festival, Devon 16 July
Geronimo Festival, Cheshire 29–30 May
Lyme Regis Fossil Festival 1–3 May
Yorkshire Fossil Festival, Scarborough 18–20 Sept
Lyme Regis Fossil Festival 2–4 May
Glastonbury Festival 25–29 June
Horniman’s Curious Tea Party, London 12–13 July
Latitude Festival 17–20 July
Boomtown Festival 9–10 August
Yorkshire Fossil Festival, Scarborough 13–14 September
Horace at the Horniman Museum, July 2014
Horace performs an unexpected somersault!