The Jolly Dinosaurs Music Club is THE fun place for pre-school children to make music. Lively, interactive sessions are full of singing, dancing, action songs, musical instrument playing, games, and hearing live music. The ideal way to sow seeds for your child's musical future.
- Weekly sessions in: Sidcup and Orpington
- Birthday Parties (up to 7 year olds)
- Music Sessions for playgroups and nurseries
Classes are back!
Friday mornings in Sidcup and Friday afternoons in Orpington.
For full details please visit our Venues, Term Dates and Prices page page.
SIDCUP CHILDREN'S CENTRE
The Monday afternoon Sidcup Children's Centre sessions are not running through the Autumn Term but there may be some one off sessions. Details will be announced here.
JOLLY DINOSAURS BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Should you, or someone you know, be looking for a musical party or just something that is a little bit different to the usual, then
please consider this all singing and dancing occasion complete with instruments and dinosaurs. For more information please click here.
THE FRIDAY MORNING SIDCUP DOUBLE BILL
Many parents attending the Friday morning 9.45 class in Sidcup take advantage of the double bill that the venue offers. As Jolly Dinosaurs finishes the Busy Bees Toddler Group opens in the room next door where children can play and parents can chat and enjoy a cup of tea and biscuits. For further detail about Busy Bees please click here.
NURSERY RHYME LYRICS PAGE
Please visit this special page for children. There is more to come so please check back regularly.
CHILDREN'S FUN PAGE
Please visit this fun page for children. There is more to come so please check back regularly.
THE MAYPOLE PROJECT
Jolly Dinosaurs supports The Maypole Project, a charity providing a lifeline of support for children with complex medical needs and their whole family.The Maypole Project supports over 100 children with life threatening, life limiting illnesses and their families every year across South East London.
Jolly Dinosaurs is proud to have entertained some of these children on quite a number of occasions over the past few years.