Stony Tracks with Anna Page
Venue: York House Centre
Date: 13 Feb 2019
Time: 20:00 to - 21:45
Stony Tracks is like Desert Island Discs, but with photos of the guests life on the big screen, and the guest chooses 10 pieces of music rather than the 8 on the radio. The shows are on the second Wednesday of each month in the Beechey Room at York House. All profits from ticket and bar sales go to help fund projects at York House to help improve the facilities.
How to get tickets
Tickets are available fro York House & Odell's www.wegottickets.com, (50p booking fee), and at the preceding show.
N.B. Only 6 tickets are allocated to wegottickets, (more will be added if necessary) the rest are on sale from York House & Odell's - cash only please.
The guest for February is Anna Page. Anna was born in Cape Town, and immigrated to the UK aged 19 to become a pipe organ builder, working for John Page of Page & Howard, who specialised in building and restoring Fairground and Street organs. She later married John Page. She has worked at the OU for over 26 years, currently with a Senior Producer role in Open Media and Open Learning, and is also an OU graduate. Anna plays flute and chime bar in the St Mary & St Giles church band, and sings alto in the Parish Singers and The Open University Choir. Her hobbies include wood carving, knitting, sewing and dolls house making. She was a prime mover in the 10 year campaign to restore the St Mary & St Giles Willis pipe organ.