Annie Morrison




Annie Morrison has worked for over 40 years as a speech therapist and voice teacher specialising in performance. She teaches at leading drama schools, is a consultant to the UK’s major theatre companies and film directors, and runs workshop seminars for other voice professionals.

Underpinned by her extensive therapeutic and technical training, her approach to voice is intuitive, imaginative and playful.


Annie teaches at RADA and is a visiting lecturer at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. She runs workshops on articulation and effective strategies for dysfunctional voice and speech issues for voice coaches and singing teachers in the UK and abroad.

Annie has worked with the RSC and the National Theatre and is a voice coach with Brighton based theatre company, Actors of Dionysus.

Theatre includes: Katy Mitchell's ‘Some Trace of Her’ (National Theatre), Danny Boyle’s ‘Frankenstein’ (National Theatre). Walter Meierjohann’s ‘Kafka’s Monkey’(Young Vic). Art Malek’s ‘Rose’(Pleasance Theatre). Adrian Noble’s ‘The King’s Speech’ (Wyndhams). Peter Gill’s ‘Making Noise Quietly’ (Donmar Warehouse). David Grindley’s ‘Our Boys’ (Duchess Theatre), Douglas Rintoul’s ‘The Summer Book’ (Unicorn), ‘Translations’ (ETT, National Theatre)

Film: Tom Hooper’s ‘The King’s Speech’.

She has designed a highly successful speech tool,
The Morrison Bone Prop - to enhance the efficacy of speech training to meet the demands of the modern stage.