Interview: Matt Nalton, The Pub Bore in The Choir of Man

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Matt Nalton is currently playing The Pub Bore in the West End production of The Choir Of Man at the Arts Theatre. 

Described as an “uplifting celebration of community and friendship”, The Choir Of Man has returned to the West End for a second run. The 90-minute show features hits from artists such as Queen, Luther Vandross, Sia, Paul Simon, Adele, Guns & Roses, Avicii and Katy Perry, performed by an ensemble of singers and musicians.


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Matt previously starred as Nick Massi in Jersey Boys (Piccadilly Theatre). A few of his other theatre credits include: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre), Say It With Flowers (Sherman Cymru), Black Snow (Moscow Arts), Matt Lucas & Friends (Vaudeville) and Sweeney Todd (Rose & Village Underground). 

Alongside his performing work, Matt is also a pianist, composer and headshot photographer. Earlier this year, Matt released his debut album Piano Stories which is available to stream. 

As a composer, Matt is one half of the writing duo Nalton and Tudor with fellow actor Will Tudor. Matt and Will are working on a plethora of projects and recently previewed some of their work in a concert at Crazy Coqs with lots of top West End talent.

The Choir of Man is booking at the Arts Theatre until Sunday 28th May. Visit for info and tickets. 

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