DINNER - DISSECTION - INFECTION
THE POST-ANTIBIOTIC ERA IS DAWNING. WILL YOU SURVIVE?
Welcome to the fifth tour of Anatomy Lab Live!
We are passionate about education, the human body (in all its glory) and about health.
Our nationally acclaimed dinner and dissection experience has attracted headlines around the world and after four amazing sell out tours we’re back for 2020, bigger and better than before. Born in 2017, Anatomy Lab Live has educated over 14,000 guests and completed over 90 shows so far.
CEO, Samuel Piri, who featured on BBC Dragons Den in 2018 and again on Pitches to Riches in 2019, said;
“2020 will see guests develop an in-depth understanding of infectious diseases both in the community and the clinical setting. I am so excited about this concept, exploring the impact and extent of global pandemics, climate change and an anti-biotic resistant world feels so current and topical at the moment.”
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.
You are one of the lucky last few survivors that we’re offered protection in the CPF. The microbiology research facility have confirmed that it is safe to begin experimental procedures on the only human host showing carrier status of the deadly unidentified bacterial infection. The global pandemic has obliterated an estimated 95% of human civilisation. At present the infection is thought to have originated in glacial meltwater released from Antarctica from climate change. The dormant bacteria infected humans in the northern hemisphere rapidly spreading globally.
One carrier host has been captured by the CPF exploration team and is living with the infection within an experimental facility inside the CPF.
As a team of surviving experts within the CPF our secure facility housing Delta-four-Zulu will begin trials to further understand the infection and to find a cure. Following your last two-course meal inside the CPF the long awaited alarm will sound 13 times, the secure hatch will open where you will begin clinical trials. The highly contagious host carrier will be exposed in our specially constructed chamber in the centre of the dining facility. You and your team will take part in, and conduct real life experimental methods on Delta-four-Zulu before dissecting his inner organs to identify the bacteria pathogen, the extent of the destruction and to understand it’s mechanism of action.
Working with our award-winning clinical team, Anatomy Lab Live Contagion 2020 will see you applying cutting edge research at the forefront of disease control. You will develop and in-depth understanding of infectious diseases both in the community and the clinical setting before exploring the impact and extent of global pandemics. Aimed at students, graduates and those with a macabre apocalyptic interest this event will expose all you need to know about infection control and how to stay healthy, we also include a CPD certificate for healthcare professionals!
This is set to be a ground-breaking experience throwing light on real lab based clinical trials coupled with a complete human body dissection.
All tickets include full PPE, equipment to participate and our famous two course meal.
Infection control and mechanisms of action
Anatomy of the kidneys and bladder
Anatomy of the respiratory system
Examination of the digestive system
With the antibiotic era ending, join us for a sensational evening of dinner, dissection and infection in 2020.
WHO IS DELTA-FOUR-ZULU
Delta four Zulu was found in the fourth year since outbreak and is showing signs of infection and carrier status for at least four years. He is a Zulu carrier meaning he poses the highest risk of infection on the CPF scale. Within the CPF there is a research facility with a specialist quarantine chamber for housing infected specimens for research purposes.
Delta-four-Zulu has been kept alive within the contagion facility as he is showing signs of improvement despite being infected with the deadly infection. Delta-four-Zulu is a Caucasian male and of unknown origin. He is unable to communicate due to likely decomposition of the nervous system and major structural abnormalities caused to the larynx and pharynx. Delta-four-Zulu will initially be subject to clinical trials before his cadaver is dissected to better understand the mechanism of the infection in a last ditch global attempt to find a cure.
THE DINING ROOM FACILITY
Attending the event you will step into our dining room that has been converted into the U.K. Home Office Contagion Protection Facility, a fully working quarantine centre with decontamination facility.
Following dinner, the siren will sound where you’ll be instructed to put on your PPE. Zulu 4 Delta will be sedated and the specimen will be subject to clinical trials before removal and dissection of his internal organs to identify the pathogen and find the cure.