24 August 2010

What would it be like to lose decades of your life? How would the world look to you? What would have happened to your relationships with friends and family?

Awakenings tackles these questions head on with an adaptation of the true story of neurologist Andrew Sacks who in 1969 brought patients back to consciousness after decades in a catatonic state. 


Oliver Sacks talks to Wired.com about how the mind can play tricks with what we see.

Book your tickets here.  

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