Jocelyn Pook explores mental illness

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Jocelyn Pook explores mental illness

The Award-winning film composer Jocelyn Pook is behind a piece of work being performed in West London this week. Hearing voices is inspired by her family's history with mental illness, including her mother and great aunt. The music is accompanied by a number of art installations, at the Print Room in Notting Hill. 

The show is on at the The Print Room at the Coronet, until the 15th.

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