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Dinosaurs in Exchange Flags? You'll have to see play to find out.

AN award-winning touring theatre group are set to bring their performance of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World to Liverpool.

The Illyria theatre group is renowned for innovation in the open-air touring theatre sector.

And they will take an affectionate swipe at monster movies with An excited fan of the Jungle Book from Illyria's last visit to Exchange Flags their performance in Exchange Flags on Sunday, August 13.

Colette Brown, Exchange Flags events director, said: "Exchange Flags offers an unrivalled backdrop for open air theatre.

"We're delighted that Illyria are bringing such an adventurous performance to our venue and expect it to sell out fast."

In the story, four intrepid explorers - led by Professor Challenger - travel to an uncharted plateau in South America, after reading a few scribbled down directions in a sketch book.

They discover flora and fauna and become involved in tribal warfare between humans and ape-men.

And along the way, they find terrifying dinosaurs thought to be extinct.

After their camera breaks, they have to bring live specimens back to the UK in crates to show the public that the creatures actually exist.

The performance of The Lost World will take place at 3pm.

Tickets are PS10 with children/ concessions PS6.

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 5, 2017
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