Resounding Seizures
  • Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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When Alan D Miles was diagnosed with epilepsy in his early 40s, his life changed in an instant. The former Levellers guitarist, who helped write the chart-topping band’s first two albums, is now an ICCMR post-graduate research student who has used electrical brain signals recorded during epileptic seizures to compose Resounding Seizures

A cinematic piece of electronic music, the composition aims to take audiences through the experiences of life with the condition.

Read more about Alan; his life-changing experience with Epilepsy and his music in our press release.

Date: Sunday 4 March
Venue: Theatre 1, University of Plymouth

Free admission, booking advised

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