A Talk in Clapham by Henry Marsh, Neurosurgeon

Henry Marsh Talk
Henry Marsh. Photo: Patrick Sherlock

Henry Marsh will talk about his best-selling book, Do No Harm.

Sub-titled Stories of Life, Death and Brain surgery, this is a moving insight into the highs and lows of a life dedicated to operating on the human brain, telling how it feels to hold someone’s life in your hands.

About the Speaker

Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, who was brought up in Clapham and whose family have been associated with the Clapham Society since its founding in 1963 is giving this talk – his father, Norman Marsh played many roles in the Society and was finally President for several years

When and Where

Monday 26 September. Our meetings are held at Omnibus.

Omnibus, 1 Clapham Common North Side, SW4 0QW

The bar at Omnibus is open from 7 pm, and meetings will commence at 8 pm.
Our guest will normally speak for about 45 minutes, followed by around 15 minutes for questions and discussion, and the bar will remain open after meetings.

Meetings are free and open to non-members, so please come along and bring a friend!