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Terry Morrison

Terry Morrison

TERRY MORRISON began his professional career by appearing in the legendary News Revue at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1979. The production won a Fringe First Award and two years after that, Terry was nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award along with his mates Hale & Pace. It was his collaboration with H&P that led Terry into the world of Television where he became an established scriptwriter for many popular Light Entertainment shows, including Noel’s House Party and Stars In Their Eyes.

He made his first foray into the world of pantomime when he appeared at St Albans as Henchman to the Sheriff of Nottingham in Babes in the Wood. The following year he appeared alongside Bobby Davro and Rod Hull & Emu as the Sultan of Morocco in Dick Whittington at Southend. With that huge weight of experience under his belt, he was then asked to direct Cinderella in 1996 at the North Wales Theatre. His directing career then went from strength to strength and since then he has directed every major pantomime title and worked with such illustrious names as Joe Pasquale, Linda Lusardi, Paul Ross, Hale & Pace, Bonnie Langford and Shane Richie. Terry also wrote many of these shows himself.

For the stage, he collaborated with Shane Richie and Jon Conway in writing the hit 70’s musical Boogie Nights. In 2006 Terry directed and produced Rentaghost the Musical which was followed in 2007 by The Adventures of Captain Pugwash.

For the past ten years, Terry has been running his own production company and has written and directed shows that have been performed in such far-flung locations as Dubai and Malaysia.