3 October 2018
Wednesday 3 October | 7 – 8pm
Henry Marsh was one of Britain's foremost brain surgeons and has spent four decades operating on the human brain.
Since retiring from full-time work in the NHS, he has continued to operate and lecture abroad, in Nepal, Albania and Ukraine. His prize-winning memoir, Do No Harm, was a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller. He has been the subject of two award-winning documentary films, Your Life in Their Hands and The English Surgeon and he was made a CBE in 2010.
In his searing and provocative memoir he reflects on the experiences that have shaped his career and life, gaining a deeper understanding of what matters to us all in the end.
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