I'm a freelance theatre-maker, writer, performer, producer and HIV activist from Manchester. I was born and raised here and I'm a reet northerner through and through.
I studied Theatre and Performance at The University of Leeds (Bretton Hall) graduating with First Class Honours in 2008.
I develop, write, enable, produce and create theatre and stories with (and for) people who are unheard or marginalised.
I'm an expert by experience in the art of telling autobiographical stories of health and wellbeing.
This year, my first ever solo show will be touring to audiences across the U.K. and I'll be appearing in 'It's A Sin' - Russell T Davies' new TV drama about HIV/AIDS in the 1980s - on Channel 4.
I am Co-Artistic Director of Dibby Theatre and Dad to two dogs.
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Hilarious from start to finish but also emotional, raw and honest. Nathaniel delivers his powerful and heartfelt story with natural wit and charm - if you haven't booked a reading, it's a must!
Luke Barnes, Building Equalities (Exclusive Author Reading Event)