Advice is to be given to Donsiders on how to deal with an outbreak of the living dead tonight (Friday, August 30) at Tullynessle and Forbes Hall.
From 7.30 pm there will be a spoof tutorial on the real science behind what to do if zombies attack.
Strictly for ages 13 upwards, the professors off ‘Zombieism’ will be putting participants through their paces with a multi-media presentation, live demonstrations and an online exam certified by the Zombie Institute for Theoretical Studies (ZITS). Theoretical Zombiologist, Doctor Austin who will be teaching how a zombie outbreak might occur, its effect on humans and importantly how to stop it.
Dr. Austin said that simply killing zombies would be ‘ineffective’: “Generally people believe the best way to deal with Zombies is to conduct involuntary euthanasia, but murdering people afflicted with a disease isn’t very nice, or effective.”
It is a free event but booking is recomended.
Tickets available from the Alford Bistro, 019755 63154 or at the door.