Welcome to Blindseer Productions...
Peter Casey has taught Drama in Liverpool schools for 35 years. He is a teacher, actor, writer and director who has extensive experience of working with children of all ages.
Peter has set up BLINDSEER PRODUCTIONS in order to bring exciting characterisation and storytelling into your classroom to stimulate children's desire to learn.
Specially for International Year of Chemistry, Peter Casey has added the gloriously eccentric and hirsute Dmitri Mendeleev to his repertoire of famous scientists available to visit your schools.
Peter will spend a full day, in character, with your students, informing them of Mendeleev's achievements and enlisting their help in the development of the Periodic Table. Great fun to be had by all!Learn More
Galileo in Oxford
Galileo Galilei takes to the stage at The Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, to discuss Science and Religion before an audience of 800 students and their teachers from 25 UK schools on September 25th. The event was organised by LASAR ( Learning About Science And Religion ) an organisation based at Reading University and funded by the Cambridge-based Faraday Institute. Galileo is pictured with Professor John Bryant ( holding microphone ) and Doctor Matt Pritchard.
Greenlight for Einstein
Albert Einstein made a triumphant return to Brussels on October 13th, a hundred years on from his first Solvay Conference there. This time, he was guest of honour at the Greenlight for Girls Science Day. Greenlight is a Belgium based organisation dedicated to encouraging girls to consider a career in Science. Around three hundred young women enjoyed a wide variety of scientific activity and Albert interacted with and signed the labcoats of just about all of them. A highly enjoyable day. Einstein has been busy in the UK too, as these comments testify;
We have just had a wonderful day! Peter came to our school as Einstein, all our children enjoyed the day; highly recommended. Rainford C of E Primary School, St Helens
He performed as Einstein and was fantastic! All feedback was extremely positive and we will be using him again. The Barlow High School, Didsbury, Manchester
200 Years of Dickens and Lear
A big thank-you for bringing your knowledge, humour and different guises to us; we all enjoyed your visit. My Science girls loved your portrayal of Mendeleev. Hope to see you again. Rupert House School, Henley-on-Thames