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Steve is an established writer with a wide range of interests, especially in Musical Theatre, Film, Satirical Comedy and Politics. Steve contributed the chapter on Broadway music for THE ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSIC and has also written for THE NEW STATESMAN on film. He has worked extensively for the magazines SCRIPT WRITER and MUSICAL STAGES producing numerous articles on the specialist areas of script writing and musical theatre history.

As a playwright Steve co-wrote the play PROPS with Mark Eden set at Shepperton Film Studios which aired on Radio Four and went on to have a successful run at the Jermyn Street Theatre. Collaborating with Turan Ali, Steve has written various satirical series for BBC Radio Four, notably THE NALLON TAPES and THE GHOST OF NUMBER TEN. With the author Tom Holt Steve co-wrote the book I, MARGARET published by Macmillan and the play PRIZE GIVING.

Steve has also been a reviewer for NEW THEATRE QUARTERLY and was recently a panel judge on the POLITICAL BOOK AWARDS for the Satire and Humour Book Prize. In 2014 he was on the Judging Panel for the short film festival FOR THE FALLEN as part the Lottery funded Golden Poppy Awards. In association with Screen West Midlands Steve worked as a Script Editor on new writing projects and continues to work with writers on new scripts and projects.

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My version of HAMLET with Gielgud, Olivier, McKellen, Hurt, Jacob... https://t.co/ZFQrMwvL0E via @YouTube
Wednesday Mar 22 - 10:19am
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RT @susana_mendonca: Happy 30th Spitting Image!! Creator Roger Law & Maggie's puppet Steve Nallon on international legacy @bbcworldservice
Sunday Mar 16 - 10:48am
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RT @radiodominic: The brilliant @SteveNallon chatted about Spitting Image 30 years on today. What a nice guy - http://t.co/Qir8M4JLPp
Sunday Mar 16 - 10:47am
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RT @c_crampton: The voice of the Iron Lady: how hard is it to imitate Margaret Thatcher? < my interview with @SteveNallon http://t.co/nlLGp&hellip;
Sunday Mar 16 - 10:47am
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RT @FandFentertain: @SteveNallon OMG! Steve, the Patricia Routledge chocolate finger gag is a pure delight! Hope to see you again soon x
Sunday Mar 16 - 8:13am
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Saturday Mar 15 - 4:21pm
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