Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish

Actor in front of prehistoric illustrated background holding toy dinosaur
Actor descending stairs of illustrated rocket
Actors jumping in front of illustrated prehistoric forest with dinosaur

Roustabout & Watermans presents
By Michael Foreman

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One man’s passionate dream to reach the stars leaves the world in ruins. Can the dinosaurs sleeping deep under the surface wake and save Planet Earth?

Roustabout are thrilled to present an inventive new adaptation of Michael Foreman’s much loved environmental tale, Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish, 50 years after it was first published.

With three episodes to watch, including digital animations, catchy sing-along songs and playful puppetry, this imaginative and exciting adaptation is a timely reminder to people young and old to look after our home, Planet Earth.

Suitable for anyone aged three and over.

When I wrote, and illustrated, Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish in 1972, it was because of the growing threat to the environment. I never imagined the book would be even more relevant fifty years later, and I am delighted that Toby Hulse and Roustabout are bringing it to a wider audience.

Michael Foreman

Created by Roustabout | Directed Toby Hulse
Commissioned by Watermans
Performed by Robin Hemmings and Shaelee Rooke

By arrangement with Penguin Books Ltd, a Penguin Random House company