Nathan hosted the ‘Making the Music of Miss Fisher’ event, presented by the National Trust, in Sydney last night.
Greg J Walker, the show’s composer, played a range of pieces along with his band, including the opening title sequence, Hugh and Dot’s theme, and Phryne’s ‘sneaking’ theme. Other pieces included ‘Foyle’, ‘Spooky’, and ‘Playful P’. Greg and Nathan also asked each other questions about their different aspects of their jobs, and opened up questions to audience.
All images copyright Sam McAdam-Cooper.
Join composer Greg Walker and Nathan Page in Sydney on June 11th 2016 as they discuss the music of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries over the course of a great evening with live performances and insights into the creative process.
Tickets available here.
Enjoy an exclusive evening with Nathan Page (DI Jack Robinson in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries) and composer Greg J Walker as they demonstrate with live performance and clips on the big screen how music is used to create character and drama in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.
When: Thursday, January 21st 2016, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Palace Nova Cinemas Palace off 250 / Nova 251 Rundle Street, Adelaide, South Australia
$32 for National Trust Memebers
For more information, contact Vicky Hardy (08) 8223 1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thank you to everyone who came to the High Tea at Vaucluse House on Saturday. Sydney managed to turn off the torrential rain and gave us instead a magnificent summer’s day. The setting and company couldn’t have been more perfect. It was relaxed and intimate, with Nathan spending time at each table chatting to guests. For those that couldn’t make it, we hope to see you next time!
Images © Sam McAdam-Cooper
Nathan Page returns to the stage in the Melbourne Theatre Company‘s new production, The Distance, alongside Susan Prior and Nadine Garner. Written by Deborah Bruce, the play will run from 5th March 2016 to 9th April 2016 at the Southbank Theatre in Melbourne.
We are delighted to announce a High Tea with Nathan Page at the 1920s-inspired Vaucluse House Tea Rooms in Sydney. The tea rooms are situated on the picturesque grounds of Vaucluse House, one of Sydney’s few remaining 19th Century mansions.
This is a rare opportunity to for fans to chat with Nathan in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere, and ticket numbers are strictly limited so be quick to secure your place.
Venue: Vaucluse House Tea Rooms, Vaucluse House
Address: 69a Wentworth Road, Vaucluse, Sydney, NSW 3030
Date: Saturday 9th January 2016
For more details and to reserve your place, click here.