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Events at St Helen's School

From Our Community

Particularly good for the family. The food was top quality and the service was really good. We’ll definitely come back!
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The event was really fun! Such a nice atmosphere.

Event Guest
A good environment to be in. It’s the perfect place to be with your friends and family.

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Past Events

October 2022

An Evening with Wendy Holden and Eva Clarke

Bestselling author Wendy Holden joined us to discuss her poignant and incredibly moving book Born Survivors. The book tells an inspirational story of resilience and maternal courage, as three pregnant women fight for survival in concentration camps during the Holocaust. 

Wendy was joined by Eva Clarke BEM, one of the babies born under these harrowing circumstances, who shared the particular context surrounding her family’s struggle for survival, and her own personal experiences of growing up in the aftermath of the Holocaust.

The event was hosted by author and Producer of the Radio 2 Book Club Joe Haddow – who facilitated a fascinating Q&A session with the speakers and audience.

November 2022

An Evening with Louisa Treger

Author Louisa Treger joined us to discuss her stunning historical novel Madwoman. The book brings to life the true story of 19th century journalist Nellie Bly, who faked insanity to get herself committed to a New York asylum and expose its horrendous conditions.

Joe Haddow returned as our host for the evening, and audiences enjoyed a lively Q&A session about the book.

January 2023

An Evening with Jill Mansell and Sophia Money-Coutts

We hosted a feelgood evening with bestselling authors Jill Mansell and Sophia Money Coutts, who showcased their new romantic comedy novel releases. A richly entertaining evening, full of laughter in which the authors took our audience on a fun and insightful journey into the lives of both their protagonists; as well as their own processes and approaches to writing.

Jill Mansell has written over twenty Sunday Times bestsellers, and her books have sold over 13 million copies around the world. Sophia Money-Coutts is a journalist and author, having worked as an editor for the Evening Standard and the Daily Mail in London, and currently is Features Director at Tatler.