Nick, a swashbuckling National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, West End stage and silver screen actor (and Jack the Ripper on television!), is an authority on Indian cookery and a professionally qualified Greenwich Guide. When he’s not yachting across the Atlantic. And as Julie from Philadelphia would put it, “he’s a real mensch“. He’s the real deal, a seriously big talent – check out his clip reel. It’s here. Nick guides his Greenwich Walk. He’s the complete package – the modulation and range and timbre of his voice, the timing, the engagement with his audience, the mastery of his subject, the selection and ordering of detail, the humour. A textbook example of how it should be done, it’s a fusion of hard work and two all-important gifts: a first-rate mind and a great voice. Some corroboration anyone? How about this? “Dear Mr. Day, My wife Viva and I were guided by you on New Years day. We had a wonderful time. You are an exceptional guide…My wife had seen the episode of Foyle’s War shown on your web site but did not recognize you in person. She loved that episode and your portayal therein.Thank You again for THE BEST tour we have ever taken both for entertainment and education. We look foward to seeing you on film and in the theatre. Best Wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year”. Richard E. R. & Viva E. R., M.D. And here’s an encore. Nick wrote the Greenwich chapter in our book.
"a strong cast headed by the immensely impressive Nicholas Day" Guided (and performed) by Nick Day