Digging for Dinosaurs with Jurrasic Park Science Adviser, Jack Horner
Join Jack Horner, world-leading Paleontologist and Jurrasic Park Science Adviser for a spellbinding adventure into the world of dinosaurs.
As part of our World Explorers Stage for Families, we’re thrilled to host Jack Horner, one of the world’s best-known paleontologists. Born in Shelby, Montana Jack discovered his first dinosaur fossil when he was just eight years old and has since made some of the most important dinosaur discoveries.
In addition to his many palaeontological discoveries he has served as the technical advisor for all of the JURASSIC PARK films, and even served as inspiration for one of the lead characters, Dr. Alan Grant.
Jack teaches and continues his research into dinosaur biology (including the genetic-engineering “Dino Chicken Project”), his writing, and giving his lectures on dinosaurs, the origins and evolution of life, and on dyslexia. A dyslexic scientist himself, Jack helps students with similar learning challenges feel empowered.
Where & When
O’Reilly Theatre, 6 Great Denmark St, Rotunda, Dublin 1
Dates & Times
Saturday July 20th
€5 per person
Family Audience, Age 8+, and above
Invite your friends & family
Make a date with the city. Invite, share and make some summertime memories together with your friends and family.