Dragons Den meets Operating Theatre Live

06/08/2018

Dragons Den

Samuel Piri, who is bringing Operating Theatre Live to Blackburn Central High School on Thursday 25th October 2018, will be appearing on BBC 2’s Dragons’ Den this Sunday 12th August at 8:00pm.

Samuel has appeared in the promotional trailers for the BBC series and we can now reveal that Samuel, with VIVIT (a semi-synthetic human cadaver), will appear in the new series on BBC Two.

A creative, passionate and hardworking entrepreneur, Samuel started delivering educational events in 2012. Since then Samuel has grown the company into one that delivers a range of concepts, focusing on the teaching of anatomy dissection.

“As someone who has led events for three years now, I am used to being in the limelight. However, I am hoping the pressure of being in the Den does not make me too nervous and I am able to show the great strengths in our business”, Samuel said.

Managing Director, Dean Thomas-Lowde said, “I am looking forward to seeing if Sam will be able to crack the ‘nononsense’ Dragons and get them to experiment with some hands on dissection.”

Watch out for Samuel as he pitches to the panel of Dragons. Will Samuel be buried in minutes or will he achieve a killer deal – we are expecting this to be a highly talked about episode.

Operating Theatre Live are the UK’s only touring surgical experience offering academically rigorous educational experience matched to exam specifications.

This incredible, immersive operating theatre experience will give children the opportunity to dissect real specimens led by human anatomist Samuel Piri and his team of clinicians.

Samuel is bringing his tour to Blackburn Central High School on Thursday 25th October 2018 from 9am to 5pm for the main event with an optional workshop for an insight into Emergency Medicine from 5pm to 8pm.

There are a very limited number of tickets for this exclusive event, and it is open to all children (age 14-18) so demand will be high.

BCHS host Operating Theatre Live – 25th October 2018

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