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If there is one animal that people are still fascinated by then that animal is the dinosaur. These creatures are considered the greatest to have ever graced the earth and still interest many people, especially those who wonder what caused their demise. From the 20 foot tall Tyrannosaurus Rex to the airborne Pterodactyl, from the spiky plated Stegosaurus through to the biggest of them all, the 36 foot tall Brachiosaurus.
These amazing creatures were brought back to life courtesy of the BBC and its ground breaking television series, ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ which combined the latest computer technology with scientific facts. It cost 6 million pounds to make and was the most expensive documentary made by the BBC.
However, it proved to be a great success and now it has been transported to the stage. In this production, they have been resurrected to captivate and thrill us once more. This show features 15 dinosaurs, all of them life size, with the star of the show being the mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex. The T-Rex is the most popular of all the dinosaurs and provides a stunning climax to this show.
Watch them roar, fight, move and interact. Be there with them each step of their 200 million year existence on earth in which they dominated all other forms of life. They have been brought to life by William May, artistic director who has been in consultation with Tim Haines, the producer of the hit TV series.
The Liverpool Echo Arena is a state of the art venue which is ideal for comedy, sport, concerts and family entertainment. It is able to accommodate up to 11,000 people in its arena and with first class IT and audio facilities is a popular choice for many people.
It is situated on the King’s Dock on the banks of the River Mersey which offers the visitor a fantastic view of one of the quirkiest and certainly liveliest cities in the UK.
In 2008 Liverpool was voted Capital of Culture and spent that year hosting a wide range of activities, many of them at this arena, in order to celebrate a momentous year.
Wed, 19th Aug 2009
11am and 3pm
Arena & Convention Centre
Monarch's Quay, Liverpool
The Echo Arena is located in the city centre near Queen's Wharf, Queen's Dock No.2