Dr. Phil Hammond – ‘How to Fix the NHS’ and ‘The Ins and Outs of Pleasure’

Monday 3rd June
8pm Corn Exchange | £18 | Book tickets

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Dr. Phil Hammond is an NHS doctor, journalist, broadcaster, speaker, campaigner and comedian. He currently works at the Bath RUH in a specialist NHS team for young people with long Covid. As a comedian, Phil was half of the award-winning double act Struck Off and Die, with Tony Gardner.

Born in the NHS and brought up in Australia, he worked in general practice for over twenty years, and has also worked in sexual health. He has presented five series of Trust Me, I’m a Doctor on BBC2, encouraging patients to be more involved, assertive and questioning. Dr Phil is also Private Eye’s medical correspondent where he broke the story of the Bristol heart scandal in 1992.

If Hammond was a medicine, you should swig him by the litre.”  The Times

  • Reserved seating
  • Interval
  • Bar
  • Warning – Adult content, suitable for over 14 only