Last Thursday February 26th, we went to see a rip roaring performance by Dinosaur Zoo, in which we were introduced to some Australian dinosaurs! The compère assured us at the beginning that these were all puppets, and we had nothing to fear, but our experience was certainly hair-raising!
But were Willow afraid? Some children shrank back in their seats, but no one hid under them, and two intrepid adventurers volunteered to go on stage with the compère, one of them even putting his head in the dinosaur's jaws! The other boy helped pacify the dinosaur while the monster had a tooth extracted... Well done, Oliver and Phillip!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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