A surgical demonstration presented within the original architecture of the old operating theatre of St. Thomas’s Hospital of 1822. Before the advent of anaesthesia, an operation had to be swift. Without hand-washing or antiseptics, the chance of later infection was high. Join our wonderful speakers as they take you back in time and explain how surgery was done in the Victorian Era.
Not recommended for small children.
Booking is advised due to limited capacity. To make a reservation you can call us at 020 71882679, or e-mail us at email@example.com.
This talk can also be booked for groups on weekdays and weekend mornings.
**Due to the massive popularity of this talk, and our limited capacity, the museum may have to close down for the duration of the talk from 1:45 PM to 3:15 PM on Saturdays and from 11:45 am to 1:15 PM on Sundays. Our must sincere apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.**