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Ross sings about the drugs which saved him against the odds

Our principal Ross Jamieson, who plays Florey in the Mould, survived Meningitis with four-million-to-one chances sings to save

It’s a sell out!

  We were delighted to receive our official sell-out laurel from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for our run

An interview with…Nicola Henderson, Mould chorus member

NHS workers perform in new musical at Edinburgh Fringe to send a message with a difference Health care

Schools Version Premiere: Fundraising appeal

The P5-7 pupils of Gullane Primary are the first school to perform the show. They have been working

Antimicrobial resistance
is a major global public health threat

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.



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