Henry Marsh is one of the UK’s most eminent neurosurgeons and an author whose books give a candid account of his profession providing intimate insight into life and death decisions.
His book Do No Harm, was translated into more than 30 languages, and his most recent book Admissions (2017), a Sunday Times bestseller, was received just as
enthusiastically. His work has been the subject of two major BBC documentaries:
2003’s Your Life in their Hands and The English Surgeon (2009) about his work in Ukraine over the last 24 years.
Although retired from full-time work in the NHS he continues to work in diverse countries such as Nepal, Albania and Pakistan.
About Inspiring People
The Inspiring People series is a joint venture between The North Wall and our principal sponsor, St Edward’s School. Our organisation both have a mission to educate and inspire and our hope is that this series will do just that: half of all tickets are offered free to local schools.