John Sheahan

John Sheahan

Regional Qualification(s):

London

Language(s):

English

Phone Number(s):

07939 200031

Email:

Londonwalksandtours@gmail.com

Introduction:

Originally from Ireland I've lived in this great city for the last twenty years and I am very honoured to call it home. Over the years I have continuously been fascinated by the hidden stories that lie behind the buildings, the churches, and the little laneways.

As a trained actor I have always held a great love of stories and as a guide I get incredible enjoyment from being given the opportunity to take people around these streets and introduce them to a world they may never have known existed.

From the wondrous and magical objects of the British Museum, the great Dome of St Paul's Cathedral, along the river Thames to the green of Greenwich, the fascinating history of Westminster Abbey and much, much more.

Particular interests include Theatre and the West End, the literature of London, the galleries such as the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection, and not to forget the world of luxury and its great department stores including Harrods and Selfridges.

But most of all a tour is about you, so please let me know what would interest you most in this extraordinary city and I would be delighted to be your guide.

Winner of Best Overall Practical Tours 2017

John is a born storyteller with real authority as a guide. His presentations were excellent everywhere, with every word considered and full of humour and drama. His warm personality and charming Irish lilt made him a pleasure to listen to. His future clients are in for an absolute treat!

Chief Examiner, The Institute of Tourist Guiding

Personal Interests:

Theatre
Shopping
Literature
Art Galleries
City Walks
Westminster Abbey
Tower of London

Special Interests:

Shopping

Extensive knowledge of all aspects of luxury retail having worked as Head Concierge at Harrods and Selfridges for over 10 years.

Theatre

Professional actor trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and appeared in the West End and many of the UK's foremost TV productions. Shakespeare Walks and Theatre and the West End are favourites.

Driver Guide:

No