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Event: Physiological Responses to Shakespeare

Written by jen, 31st October 2008

We have varying physiological responses to Shakespeare, depending on whether we are reading or listening to works of the Bard, using and engaging different parts of the brain in each of these activities. Join Professor Philip Davis of the University of Liverpool and editor of The Reader magazine in a talk about the unique ways in which our minds respond to Shakespeare.

Friday 21 November, 1.00 - 2.00pm, Liverpool Everyman. Cost: £1.50 when booked with a theatre ticket for King Lear (starring Pete Postlethwaite). Contact the Everyman (0151 709 4776) to book a ticket.

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