December 11, 2015 by TDLP

This Autumn TDLP palaeontologists, Sam and Abi, took families on a dinosaur adventure at Watermans arts centre.  

A Dinosaur world landed in Watermans cafe with erupting volcanoes, dark caves, rushing waterfalls and fossils dating back millions of years.  There was so much to learn from dinosaurs – they survived some of the most extreme conditions! Sam and Abi shared some crucial survival techniques: dodging volcanic lava, what to do if you are close to a dinosaur sneeze, how to eat if your arms are too small to reach your mouth.  Outside, in the Watermans gardens, families escorted Sam to discover fossils such as amenities, real volcanic lava and sharks teeth, apparently found in the Thames! But when they ventured back inside, the giant egg they discovered and prepared a nest for, had cracked – where on earth was the dinosaur baby? We never found it – could be anywhere in London.

TDLP tailor designed Dino-Land for Watermans, including structured family sessions with craft, action songs, storytelling and music, free play family sessions and  full interactive design with specially composed soundscape.

Previously performed at: Waterman’s and The Horniman Musuem


 To book Dino Land or for more information contact:

Sally-Anne Donaldson, Director sally@tdlp.co.uk

TDLP can provide anything from one person storytellers to fully interactive custom written productions.



Creative Director: Sally-Anne Donaldson

Performers/Devisers: Abi Horn & Sam Quinn

Designers: Abi Horn, Alfie Cooke & Emily Keeble

Soundscape: Jay Harris

With thanks to:  Watermans staff Suzette & Caroline & Crew

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