He is best known for his comedic performances in pantomime and for also starring on Britain’s Got Talent.
And now, comedy performer Ben Langley will be taking to the stage at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure – each day from 19 Oct – 26 Oct – during their popular Halloween Days event.
His brand new show, exclusively written for the park, will be performed twice each day and will see Ben play the role of Professor Weston-Smythe – who has just returned from a dinosaur expedition to Papua New Guinea.
Guests can expect audience interaction, plenty of laughs and some educational dinosaur facts as well!
Ben said: “I am so thrilled to have been asked to write this funny Dino show for the number one Norfolk attraction. It is going to be so much fun.”
Ben is well-loved across Norfolk and starred in the Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime for many years – along with regularly performing across the country.
The comic gained national recognition last year when he wowed millions of TV viewers on Britain’s Got Talent – with his hilarious mis-heard song lyrics act.
During Halloween Days, the park offers guests 50% off their gate admission price, if they arrive in full fancy dress – offering a Jurassic themed full family day out!
An immersive spooky experience is brand new for 2019, and you can also face your phobias in the Secret Animal Garden. Dippy’s Disco Dancing is back by popular demand, along with Dippy’s Spooky Maze, Halloween Crafts and so much more!
All included in the park admission price, are over 20 dinosaur themed attractions – set in 85-acres of woodland. There are over 100 life-sized dinosaurs to discover, with popular attractions including Predator High Ropes, Dinosaur Trail, Secret Animal Garden, Dinomite Indoor Play and X-Tinction Fossil Dig.
Ben Francis, Park Events Manager, said: “We are all so excited for Halloween Days this year – which is going to be bigger and better than ever.
“With such a jam packed schedule of spook-tastic entertainment awaiting you, and with Ben Langley set to entertain our guests as well, we can’t wait to welcome as many families as possible for a ROARR-some day out.”