A warm safe place where writer and actor Naomi Sheldon and sexual function doctor Anand Patel discuss sex and the intimate.
Naomi Sheldon is a writer and actor.
Her debut play GOOD GIRL premiered in July 2017, ran at the Vault Festival in February, where it won ‘Show of the Week’ at the Vault Festival, and moved to the West End in 2018. It received critical acclaim at the Fringe festival, winning Voice’s Pick of The Fringe award and also won Best Show in the Funny Women Awards 2017. She is currently developing GOOD GIRL with The Forge and recently wrote and starred in her first comedy short, RECALL FOR RANGE OF WOMEN.
As a comic improvisor and actress, Naomi was most recently seen in the latest series of RED DWARF for Baby Cow, and her other credits include the Raindance film festival winning short CLA’AM (BBC), THE PRIDE directed by Jamie Lloyd, PETER PAN GOES WRONG for Mischief Theatre and a season at the RSC. She works with The Canon: a Literary Sketch Group, and is developing a series for radio 4 with them.
Anand Patel is a Doctor specialising in sexual problems in men and women of all ages.
With two teaching qualifications under his belt, he provides education and tools to health care professionals helping them talk about sex and relationships comfortably with patients of all ages – removing any embarrassment and breaking down barriers.
In his old life as a school teacher on the South Coast, Anand was Head of Health Education helping teens and young adults sift the facts from the nonsense in an engaging and humorous way.
Anand was one of the first doctors in the UK to gain a European-wide accreditation in Sexual Medicine, trying to bring evidence-based practice to a fast developing field.
Anand is a regular contributor to NetDoctor and Men’s Health and sees patients on Harley Street and in South London.