Bromley November meeting: Ariane Sherine

When: Wednesday 14th November, 2 – 4pm
Where: Bromley (map)

Bromley Humanists have an eminent speaker for their November meeting when Ariane Sherine will give a talk on her new book Talk yourself better: a confused person’s guide to therapy, counselling and self-help.

The talk is about the speaker’s experience of mental illness and about using therapy and medication to treat mental disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Ariane Sherine is very well-known in the humanist circles as she came up with the idea of the atheist bus campaign. Buses in thirteen countries displayed the advertisement: There is probably on God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life. She is a comedian, a comedy-writer and singer-songwriter. She has appeared several times on BBC Breakfast, The One Show and Sunday Morning Live. She has also written for television programmes and contributed to many leading newspapers and magazines. She edited and compiled the bestselling atheist book The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas which featured many atheist celebrities. She is a patron of Humanists UK.