Jurassic Class (Inverurie)
“God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.”
Jurassic Class is coming to BGCP Comic Con
BGCP presents a comic con experience 65 million years in the making; Jurassic Class. Learn about the creatures that once ruled the Earth; how they came to be, how they lived and how they eventually died out. There is also the opportunity to get hands on with real Dinosaur teeth (including Jurassic Park and Jurassic World favourites Spinosaurus and Mosasaurus) and other fossils. To top it all is a chance to show your own creativity and design your very own Dinosaur, just like Dr. Wu did with the Indominus Rex and Indoraptor in Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Don’t miss it.
BGCP Comic Con was started as The Big Glasgow Comic Page back in July 2012 mostly out of boredom and trying to find more Comic Fans to speak to, The Facebook Page gathered likes extremely fast as there wasn’t anything like it at the time and eventually this led to a Comic Book Group, Pub Quizzes, Tournaments and eventually a Comic Book Market.
We organized BGCP Comic Markets for several years until we had outgrown the smaller venues in Glasgow City Centre so set out to run Comic Cons in and out of Glasgow and further over Scotland including East Kilbride, Rutherglen, Loch Lomond, Dunoon, Aberdeen and countless more towns and cities.
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Inverurie, a prosperous Aberdeenshire town situated in the valley of River Don, is a good base for touring castles of the area.
Founded by David of Huntingdon, Earl of Garioch and great-great-grandfather of Robert the Bruce, it is locally known as the Capital of the Garioch.
Ruins of the medieval Kinkell Church can be found to the south of the town and five miles to the west is the probable site of Mons Grampius where the Romans defeated the Picts in 84 AD – the first ever battle on Scottish oil. At Easter Aquhorthies, two miles west of Inverurie, visitors can admire the excellent recumbent stone circle, and a remarkable Pictish symbol stone, the Brandesbutt Stone, can be visited near the northern edge of the town.