Hold on to your butts Jurassic Park fans - a live tour celebrating the film's 25th anniversary is set to hit the UK later this year.
Fans of the franchise will be able to watch the original film at a number of UK venues, supported by the Czech Symphony Orchestra playing John Williams' stunning score.
The tour kicks off in Brighton on September before visiting a number of UK cities, including; Sheffield, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Portsmouth, Gateshead, Manchester and London.
The news of a tour follows a resurgence in the franchise's popularity, down to the release of a sequel in 2015.
Jurassic World, starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard was warmly received following its release and also featured popular characters from the original franchise, including Jeff Goldblum's Ian Malcolm.
A sequel titled Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is set to hit cinemas in June a trailer for which was released last week.
Full list of tour dates and venues
September 8, Brighton Dome, BrightonSeptember 12, Sage One, GatesheadSeptember 13, City Hall, SheffieldSeptember 14, SEC Armadillo, GlasgowSeptember 15, Usher Hall, EdinburghSeptember 23, Symphony Hall, BirminghamSeptember 25, Plymouth Pavilions, PlymouthSeptember 28, St Davids Hall, CardiffSeptember 29, Royal Albert Hall, LondonNovember 19, Bridgewater Hall, ManchesterNovember 20, De Montfort Hall, LeicesterNovember 21, Royal Concert Hall, NottinghamNovember 22, Pavilion Theatre, BournemouthDecember 01, Hull Venue, HullDecember 05, Guildhall, Portsmouth