MJ Hibbett (and Steve) have been described by Radio One as "like two drunk Dads getting up and singing at a barbecue" - a description which they fully endorse. They'll be performing their acclaimed full-cast (they're both in it) science fiction rock opera "Dinosaur Planet", an hour of thrill power that tells you exactly what happened when the Dinosaurs disappeared 65 million years ago... and why they've now returned. It features songs, jokes, giant robots, explosions, the hornpipe, and the total obliteration of Peterborough. And a lot of dinosaurs. The show is based on the concept album "Dinosaur Planet" which io9 said was "the space dinosaurs vs giant robots rock opera you've been waiting for" and SFX Magazine called "Jeff Wayne's new competition". MJ Hibbett has performed live on Radio One, had a Record Of The Year in Rolling Stone, an Album Of The Day on 6Music, released one of the first ever viral videos, toured all around the world, very narrowly avoided writing an autobiography, and taken five productions to the Edinburgh Fringe.