Culture | Animal Inside Out exhibition to open in Ireland

Dublin’s Ambassador Theatre will offer the public the chance to see inside the biology and physiology of some of the world’s most spectacular creatures, as Animal Inside Out will arrive in Ireland for the first time.

This  Dr. Gunther Von Hagens exhibit – inventor of plastination and creator of the BODY WORLDS exhibitions, will premiere at Ambassador Theatre from 12 March 2015. The exhibition brings nearly 100 plastinated specimens, among them entire animal bodies, body slices, organs and capillary specimens to guide visitors on a safari journey through nature’s anatomy. From goats to giraffes and octopuses to ostriches,

“Usually you see specimens as skeletons or taxidermies. At Animal Inside Out exhibition guests will see animals in a whole new way and in the most amazing detail as they get under the skin of some of nature’s most incredible creatures.“ said Noel McHale of MCD.

Tickets priced from €14 for adults and from €8 for children will go on sale Friday 5 December at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. All ticket prices include booking fee.

Open daily from 10.00am to 7pm from 12 March 2015 for a  limited time only