This is a sponsored article on behalf of Wembley Park.
Fancy spending the afternoon with a microraptor, a triceratops, and even a T-rex? This summer, you can, when Dinosaur World Live stampedes into the brand new Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre.
The smash hit production returns to London on Thursday 18 July for a 12-week run, with a host of prehistoric puppets sure to delight kids and grown ups alike.
During the show, you'll meet Miranda who — as the daughter of palaeontologists — grew up surrounded by dinosaurs on a faraway island off the coast of South America. She introduces you to her scaly friends on the stage of Wembley Park's snazzy new performance space, before giving you the chance to get up close to them in a post-show meet and greet.
Be careful, though — some aren't as docile as they seem...
Suitable for ages 3+, Dinosaur World Live is a brilliant event for families and school groups (psst... teachers go free). Brave youngsters can even stroke these remarkably life-like beasts, while grown-ups marvel at the incredible attention to detail that has gone into their creation, not to mention the dexterity of the puppeteers that bring them to life every performance.
Then, in autumn, you can indulge your newfound passion for the art of puppetry again as War Horse gallops into Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. You can find out all about that production here, plus get the low-down on what makes this venue such an exciting addition to Wembley Park, north-west London's new creative hotspot.