I hope you have found the Sheldrake on Shakespeare podcast to be a sound educational resource, but in education there is no substitute for live interaction. I have given one-off lectures in a variety of institutions and am keen either to give full-scale lectures or lead more intimate seminars. Please find below details of previous talks I have given and, if you are interested, get in touch with details of your requirements.

2015: Lectured on Shakespeare and Evil for the Oxford Culture Review at Christ Church, Oxford.

Worked with Design students at RADA on their Measure for Measure set design project.

2014: Lectured on King Lear to A Level students at an Independent school in Surrey.

Delivered workshops with the first year Acting BA students at RADA on Shakespeare’s History plays.

2013: Delivered an education workshop at Oxford University on The Merchant of Venice to visiting American undergraduates.

Two-hour lecture and Q&A on Shakespeare’s Roman Plays at Reigate Grammar School, Surrey. Described by the Head of Drama as ‘inspiring’.


I also offer private tuition and essay supervision on Shakespeare and related literature. I have over 350 hours of experience in this area and am currently tutoring a variety of students through IQEI Ltd., Quintessentially Education, Bonas Macfarlane and Tutorfair. If you think I can be of service, either face-to-face or as a draft essay reader, be sure to get in contact. I am based in Surrey and London but willing to travel.

On both these accounts, and for any other enquiries, please get in touch via