Glasgow is on the brink of annihilation. Zombies out-number survivors and the city is humanity's last stand. Will the final few survivors make it through the night?

2.8 Hours Later, the smash-hit, adrenaline filled, cross-city urban zombie chase game is back with the next instalment in the series Ruin and they are looking for a new horde of zombies to hit the streets of Glasgow in June.

For anyone who feels that being a zombie would be far more fun than outrunning them, then Zombie School, on either May 30 31 is for you.

Rather than participate as a survivor in the game, zombie volunteers play an integral role in making up the hordes of undead out to destroy the last living souls on earth.

The storyline starts with a rumoured vial found in the hands of a dying scientist. This leads survivors' on the hunt for mysterious vials that could contain a cure to the zombie disease. The plot thickens to uncover clues behind the scientist, a criminal conspiracy and the truth of what the vials really contain. To unearth the truth survivors will have to make it passed hordes of the 2.8 Hours Later undead, will they survive

At Zombie School all volunteers are taught how to act as convincing zombies. This unique school is led by professional 'Head Zombie' Alex Noble who has been acting as a zombie in 2.8 Hours Later for six years, since the street game was launched.

By the end of Zombie School, each volunteer will have learnt how to move, act and think like a convincing, realistic, flesh eating zombie. Those who 'graduate' from the school will then be invited to take part in the actual game when it comes to Glasgow. All zombies are also gifted with a free ticket to play the game in their city.

Alex said: "Being on the other side is so much fun, seeing the fear on people's faces can be hilarious because at the end of the day we're only in makeup; but it's amazing how in to the game everyone gets."

To volunteer as a zombie for the 2015 version of the game Ruin, please visit and fill in your details. A deposit is required when signing up, however this will be returned in full after the commitment is fulfilled.

Tickets for the game start from £38 per person. To find out more or to book tickets, go to