Dragons And Mythical Beasts

Dragons and Beasts Live

Dragons And Mythical Beasts

15 June 2021


SUMMER SEASON AT REGENT’S PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE, LONDON

We’re so excited to be bringing the brand new kids show, Dragons and Mythical Beasts, out on tour across the UK and to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre for a London summer season, for the very first time!

From the creators of the West End smash hit Dinosaur World Live, this brand-new family theatre show brings a host of mythical creatures to life on stage with spectacular life-like puppetry. Enter a magical world of myths and legends as we unveil a myriad of dark secrets, and come face to face with some of the most fantastical creatures and terrifying beasts ever to walk the earth!

Meet the colossal Stone Troll, the mysterious Indrik and Japanese Baku; the Tooth Fairy (not as sweet as you'd think), an adorable Unicorn and majestic Griffin, and take your place among legendary heroes, like our mighty cast members! Introducing: Ben Galpin (Dave the Hero Trainer), Antony Antunes (Puppeteer / Puppet Captain), Emily Cooper (Puppeteer / Puppet Technician), Elaine Hartley (Puppeteer), Samuel Parker (Puppeteer / Understudy Host), and Liam Wright (Puppeteer).

This magical adventure debuts at Congress Theatre in Eastbourne on 21 July, and will be visiting over 30 venues across the UK throughout 2021 and 2022! Our London summer season at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre runs from Friday 13 August to Sunday 5 September 2021. Tickets are available for this magical London kids show now!

Our entertaining and educational show offers a spell-binding live theatre experience for all the family, ages 3 and above, and is the perfect introduction to live theatre for kids, so book today to avoid disappointment! Just don’t wake the Dragon…

UK Tour: 21 July 2021 – 3 Sep 2022

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London: 13 Aug - 5 Sep 2021

Dragons and Mythical Beasts are delighted to be a part of the #HereForCulture initiative, bringing the thrill of live theatre back to family audiences and young children once again.


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