At last! My chance to take the stage with a professional Shakespearean company in a performance of Hamlet.

In case you haven't heard, I have no intention of ever dying. Sincerely. So what proceeds is purely hypothetical.  

So if I were to die - WHICH IS NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN - I have an idea. Or more appropriately, I learned of an idea that I would like to steal:

When pianist André Tchaíkowsky died of cancer in 1982 at the age of 46, he donated his body for medical science. But he added the proviso that his skull "shall be offered by the institution receiving my body to the Royal Shakespeare Company for use in theatrical performance."

In 2008 actor David Tennant has used the skull in 22 performances of Hamlet in Stratford-upon-Avon. It took that long for an actor to be able to bring himself to use it. 

If I ever died - which we are clear will never happen - I would love for my skull to be donated to a Shakespearean company for use in Hamlet. That would be amazing.

And if a well done haunted house wanted to borrow it every October, that would be fine, too.