Louise Page worked primarily as a dramatist but also published a novel and short stories. Her stage work included Salonika (Royal Court Theatre), Golden Girls (Royal Shakespeare Company), When Adam Was A Gardener (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Hawks And Doves (Southampton), and a play about pain called Kissing Better. Her adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Philomel Cottage opened while she was RLF Fellow at Trinity & All Saints College, Leeds.
For television she wrote Broken Lives, Doctors and Jailbirds. A great fan of radio drama, Louise wrote 20 original radio plays and spent ten years as a scriptwriter on The Archers.