We are delighted to announce actor Tallulah Greive as Strange Town’s new patron in our 10th anniversary year.
Read more about Tallulah in an interview with the Scotsman and also on All Edinburgh Theatre
Tallulah has recently finished shooting as Orla in the feature film based on the novel The Sopranos by Alan Warner, directed by Michael Caton-Jones. She will soon start shooting a new comedy drama for BBC iPlayer. Now one of Scotland’s rising stars, she began her professional acting career aged 13, most notably in the last five years as lead role Lauren in CBBC series Millie Inbetween.
Tallulah grew up with Strange Town youth theatre, appearing in numerous productions and she has also performed with Strange Town’s young company in David Greig’s Dr Korczak’s Example and both series of our Radio Drama ‘Dead Ends’
“It was pretty wonderful and overwhelming to be asked to be patron. I’d advise any young people thinking of going into acting to get involved in youth theatre, practise regularly and keep learning new things. Strange Town has been really great for me as it gave me the chance to devise and improvise work and get me interested in the whole creative process beyond acting.”
We are excited to move into the next decade with Tallulah as patron.