How to Grow a Dinosaur

Meet the Professors.

They are leading scientists in the highly skilled and tricky area of Transmogriphication - the exciting process of turning one thing into a completely different thing.

And the most exciting thing is…

That no one knows what it is going to turn into!



How to Grow a Dinosaur is an interactive workshop adventure for children aged 2-7 concocting 5ml of science, 10ml of live music, 50mls of imagination and 100ml of fun. Explosive!


How to Grow a Dinosaur was originally created for the Creative Learning Festival, Aberdeen and is a one and a half hour treat for for nurseries, schools and public audiences.

Tour & Booking Info

How to grow a dinosaur is available on request – if we can come and cause some dinosaur havoc then we will!


Please get in touch.

Cast & Crew

With thanks to Ben Clifford and Sam Jameson (stand in Dinosaurs)

Technical Specification

How To Grow A Dinosaur can work in most spaces – large and small.  Our preference is to have an indoor space and an outdoor space suitable for children (and Dinosaurs)



The team involves two Professors and some low-tech experiments that take an hour to set up and half an hour to get out.  The professors (not officially qualified) can deliver two workshops a day for a maximum of 20 children in each session.



Fees are dependant on locations and the number of workshops booked so please get in touch for further details.

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