Greg Page was cast as Joseph in his infant school nativity at the tender age of 6. Somebody put a tea towel on his head and he became someone else. He was hooked. Whilst he continued to pretend to be someone else for much of his life he only turned professional comparatively recently. Since then he’s managed a season at The Globe, a radio play for the Beeb, a few small films, lots of readings, podcasts and fringe theatre, some TV ads and is generally enjoying life.
Greg first read for us at the very first book launch, London Lies at London Review Bookshop.
Since then he has read for us many times, including a star turn on film as that infamous thug, Incey Wincey.
for 2020 Solstice Shorts Festival, Tymes goe by Turnes, Greg is once more on film with poems:
In the Rocks by Lynn White, Sirius by Jane Aldous, a memory forgotten by Sean Carney, Slow Burn by Julian Bishop, In Dark by Karen Ankers and Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Cat by Elinor Brooks; and a story: Roots by Patience Mackarness
21st December 2020 8pm GMT on zoom tickets suggested donation £5