MORU is collaborating with Bangkok-based B-floor Theatre to develop and produce a performance with the theme of antimicrobial resistance with a specific focus on the ethics of research with children. Through a 6-month research residency at MORU, the group will produce a series of 40-45 minute puppet theatre performances at the Bangkok Theatre Festival and elsewhere in Thailand.
Part of MORU's Public Engagement activities to make science more accessible to a wider public including children and young people, Fishy Clouds will focus on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and research with children. Current show dates are:
All shows are free and open to the public except for the JITMM show, which is by invitation only. Please bring your friends and family, Fishy Clouds is suitable for all!
For more information, kindly contact Abby Taylor, Abby@tropmedres.ac, or Phaik Yeong Cheah, Phaikyeong@tropmedres.ac.