DINOMANIA is to returtn to Mold next year for what will be its fourth consecutive year.
The family event will take place at Mold Leisure Centre on Saturday, March 4 and Sunday March 5, 2023.
The interactive dinosaur show travels around schools, libraries and museums all over the UK teaching adults and children about dinosaurs and boasts a colossol social media following, with millions worldwide.
The event will see four shows taking place across two days at the leisure centre at both 11am and 2pm respectively and last for approximately 90 minutes.
As well as live interactive dinosaurs, Dinomania also showcases one of the largest mobile dinosaur museums, with plenty of fossils and replicas, including a full size T-Rex skull.
The Dinomania experience last arrived in Mold back in January this year at The Alun School and proved a ‘roaring’ success. Now fresh from his stint on Britiain’s Got Talent which saw him reach the semi-final, Ranger Chris is returning to Mold.
Tickets are now available.
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