Anatomy Lab Live is the perfect exhibition of what we do! We are passionate about education, the human body. In all its glory and about health. Having started in 2017 and after three successful tours we have completed nearly 70 shows and had approximately 10,500 people experiencing the phenomenon of dinner and dissection. In 2018, our CEO, Samuel Piri, took the concept onto Dragons Den and we were delighted that the successful deal has allowed us to grow faster and reach more people throughout the UK and Europe.
840 brains dissected
of attendees rate Anatomy Lab LIVE as
an excellent academic experience
We really enjoyed our evening at Anatomy Lab Live. I am a veterinary nurse so I wanted to see the comparison of the process with human triage and surgery to what we do with our pets. The evening was very informative and more hands on than expected! My non medical friends also really enjoyed themselves, we would definitely attend a similar event again!
It was such a fun and informative evening for our whole group. We were an even mix of health care professionals and people with non-medical backgrounds and we were all able to take something away from the evening. The interactive aspect was (obviously) by far the most exciting part of the evening. I loved that by being mixed on a table with other groups we were able to share our existing knowledge and teach each other things we may not have been aware of previously!
For Valentine’s Day my boyfriend surprised me with a ticket to Anatomy Lab Live - an evening of dinner and dissection. Working as an A&E doctor I was familiar with the information, but it was a great experience to refresh my anatomical knowledge and share elements of my professional life with my boyfriend who is a PhD student in Medical Physics. The food was lovely and the presenters charismatic and enthusiastic. It was truly an unmatched, one off experience. It’s a great opportunity for the anatomically curious members of the public!
Welcome to Anatomy Lab LIVE | Contagion 2020
Welcome to the U.K. Home Office Contagion Protection Facility (CPF). After 9 years in quarantine we’re expecting the facility siren to signal basic human activity can resume imminently.