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Professor Flint's 'Eromanga: life in the prehistoric sea'

When:
Tuesday 29 September
Time:
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Topic:
School Holiday
Type:
Performance
Audience:
Families, Children
Cost:
All tickets - $10
Bookings:
Required
Prof Flint 29 9 20

Booking Information

Online bookings only NO walk ins or box office sales on the day

Travel back in time, and dive beneath the The Eromanga Sea; the giant inland sea that once covered much of Australia. Once there, be prepared to meet some of the strangest, most unique, and most peculiar inhabitants of planet Earth you’ve ever seen!

From giant sea-monsters, to fish with the very first jaws… All the better to eat you with! From slime-munching, water-dwelling worms, to the terror of the Cambrain seas with eyes more complex than those of a dragon-fly… All the better to see you with! "Eromanga: Life in the Prehistoric Sea” is a musical adventure into the prehistoric past that will have you wanting to learn even more about the strange and peculiar creatures that have lived in our oceans across millions of years.

Online bookings only
NO walk ins or box office sales on the day
Domain Theatre
All tickets $10
transaction fee applies

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· Keep 1.5 metres distance from others.
· Wash hands or use sanitizer provided before entering and exiting the premises.
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· Ask staff if you are not sure
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Contacts

Name:
Box Office
Business / Organisation Name:
Domain Theatre
Telephone:
08 8375 6855

Location

in Domain Theatre


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