Nathaniel Morrison hails from the Bubbly City of Birmingham with soulful, gospel roots stemming from the tender age of 6. He trained at Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts,London attaining a B.a (Hons) degree in Performance going on to achieve a so far successful career.
West End Credits include Dancing In The Streets (Stevie Wonder), Porgy and Bess, Joseph and his Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat (Naphtali U/S Judah and Benjamin), Sister Act, Jersey Boys (Barry Belson) and Five Guys Named Moe (Alternate Lil and Four Eyed).
National Touring Productions include Dancing In The Streets, Tonight’s The Night (Jorge), Hairspray, Jersey Boys and Drive, Ride, Walk. He also played the parts of Ray Charles, James Brown and Cab Calloway in “The Blues Brothers Live” and Sammy Davis Jr. in “The Rat Pack Live” at Edinburgh’s International Fringe Festival, reprising the roles at The Lowry Theatre, Manchester.
Panto credits include “The Genie” in Aladdin at Potters Bar, Fareham, Croydon and St.Albans and Starkey and other roles at The Ashcroft Theatre once more in Croydon.
Concerts include: Supporting Artist for The late Lynden David Hall at The Drum Arts Centre (Birmingham) Ray Shell’s “The Legend of Jeremiah James Jr” at the Prince of Wales Theatre (Whatsonstage Awards Ceremony), Guest Artist at West End Exposed at The Pigalle Club and Jazz Cafe with Terrence T-Bone Frierson from Sounds Of Blackness. He has also performed as a Divo at Streatham’s infamous music joint “Hideaway.”
This busy bee has performed the works of Webborn and Finn and Anderson and Petty at The Other Palace, Victoria, as well as appeared as an impromptu guest resulting in him duetting with Broadway and Netflix superstar Tituss Burgess at London’s Hippodrome which encouraged him to produce his own one man show entitled “Songs in The Key Of Nate” which he has performed numerable Times at The Battersea Barge, London, Church of The Ascension, Plymouth and Pizza Express Live, High Holborn.
Nathaniel Morrison is the proud Founder and Artistic Director of The West End Gospel Choir now in its 11th Year, he was also Musical Supervisor for “Walk in The Light” which involved an industry Gospel Mass choir at The National Theatre (Lyttleton) in 2015 celebrating 50 years Of Black Artists in The Performance Industry. He most recently featured as one of the 100 Judges In Tv Talent Show All Together Now!
This soulful Pocket Rocket is very much excited and looking forward to being a part of “West End Sings.”