Nate Simpson co-hosts The West End Frame Show!

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Nate Simpson (Get Up Stand Up / Motown) co-hosts The West End Frame Show!

Andrew and Nate discuss The Little Big Things (@SohoPlace), Police Cops (Southwark Playhouse Borough) and Back To The Future (Adelphi Theatre) as well as the latest news about The Devil Wears Prada, The Watermill Newbury, Love Birds by Robert J Sherman, Babies The Musical and lots more. 


You can stream this podcast via Apple PodcastsSpotify, Amazon Music or you can Listen Online.

You can also find The West End Frame Show via Stitcher, iHeart RadioTune In, Overcast, Castro and Castbox.

In the world of theatre, Nate played Intermediate Bob Marley in the original West End cast of Get Up Stand Up (Lyric Theatre). His other credits include understudying Berry Gordy, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder in the  West End production of Motown (Shaftesbury Theatre), playing Simba in The Lion King (Disneyland Paris) and playing Nat King Cole in The Crooners (UK Tour). 

Nate has also worked extensively in the world of music; he has performed with lots of  artists including Jessie J, Boy George and Beverley Knight. He has released EPs and performed all over the world on various cruise ships. Nate made it to the final six boys on The X Factor (ITV) in 2016 and appeared on Eurovision You Decide (BBC) in 2017.

Nate is currently on tour across the UK, headlining his own show The Songbook of Marvin Gaye which kicked off in August and continues through to 2024. 

In this episode Nate reveals big plans for his show; he also delves into balancing his theatre career with music and speaks openly about the aftermath of a major accident and how it made him reevaluate his career decisions. 

You can see Nate next in The Songbook of Marvin Gaye at the Millfield Theatre in Edmonton on 20th October. Follow @natesimpsonlive to stay up-to-date with tour dates and info.

Hosted by Andrew Tomlins. 

Thanks for listening! 


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