We are calling on theatres, festivals, universities and local authorities to host a Mould that Changed the World Residency.
We will bring together scientists, healthcare professionals and other members of your local community to perform the show alongside our professional cast.
If you are interested in hosting or supporting a Mould Residency please use the following links to download our brochure.
Universities or Public Health Authorities – download here
Theatres or Arts Festivals – download here
Funders and Supporters – download here
The professional production of The Mould That Changed the World premiered at the heart of the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival in the Grand Theatre at Surgeons’ Hall. The 3-week sell-out run was performed by a professional cast and live band, along with a chorus made up of scientists and healthcare professionals. Having sold in excess of 98% of tickets across the 3 weeks, the production was granted the much-coveted Fringe sell-out laurel. This production returned for further sell-out performances in Edinburgh and London during World Antibiotics Awareness Week in November 2018.
Our principal Ross Jamieson, who plays Florey in the Mould, survived Meningitis with four-million-to-one chances sings to save
We were delighted to receive our official sell-out laurel from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for our run
NHS workers perform in new musical at Edinburgh Fringe to send a message with a difference Health care
The P5-7 pupils of Gullane Primary are the first school to perform the show. They have been working
The important message of the rise of antibiotic resistance and the fragile future of antibiotics needs to rapidly reach all corners of society. Performing a musical is a truly interactive experience that will immerse a child in the evocative story of antibiotics and have a profound effect on their knowledge and understanding of the subject. A child’s involvement in a musical impacts the entire school community and three generations; their siblings, parents and grandparents.