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Welcome to Prehistoric Park!

 

Join the animatronics at the opening of the world’s most technologically advanced theme park.  

 

Hunt like Stone Age man, trade with Bronze Age villagers and hang out with some Celts.  What could possibly go wrong?

"The Year 3 children thoroughly enjoyed 'Prehistoric Park'. The set, props, costume and acting were excellent and kept all the children engaged throughout.

 

The show and workshop worked really well alongside what the children have been learning in class.

 

Thanks for organising the timings of the show and workshops around our hall/lunch timetable. It all worked really well. Thanks!"

 

     Jenny Jeffery, Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary School

An interactive theatre in education piece that will involve the children in discussion with the actors to further their understanding and enjoyment of their Stone Age/Iron Age study.

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Caveman #1 invents the wheel...

 

Caveman #2: What that for?

 

Caveman #1: You wheelie don't know..?

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Sabotage, questionable hair-dos and NO dinosaurs in Hobgoblin’s latest KS2 curriculum-based play that will get your kids laughing and exploring the topic of Prehistoric Britain.

"Once again the show was fantastic and kept the children (and adults) thoroughly entertained.

 

The content was pitched perfectly and matched what we had been learning about throughout this topic in class, and the actors were very enthusiastic and kept the children wanting more all throughout the performance and workshop.

 

Thank you once again for your hard work."

 

     Mark Green, St Joseph's Primary School

Mr Bunting and Louisa Professor Halloumi and Shirley The Farmyard Crew