Natasha is currently directing Tom Ryalls in an autobiographical show about his journey with epilepsy at Camden People’s Theatre.
With a score created from documentary interviews, music and the only surviving film of one of his seizures, Can You See into a Black Hole? is a show about how to achieve the impossible.
Click here to check out Tom’s blog where he gives us a glimpse into his life growing up and dealing with epilepsy.
Tickets and performances are in London and Leeds and can be found via the Camden People’s Theatre website (https://www.cptheatre.co.uk/production/can-you-see-into-a-black-hole/)
In May, Natasha will be collaborating as Director in The First Time As Tragedy. This work is presented by Venice as a Dolphin in association with Coney and Hightide
Tickets can be found here : https://www.cptheatre.co.uk/production/the-first-time-as-tragedy/
Natasha is delighted to announce that she will be the Movement Director on Ivan and the Dogs by Hattie Naylor and directed by Cat Shoobridge at The Young Vic, London in July.
Tickets are available now : https://www.youngvic.org/whats-on/ivan-and-the-dogs
In Autumn, Natasha will be fulling realising Trigger Warning along with writer Marcelo Dos Santos after being awarded the CPT's Jerwood Charitable Foundation Home Run commission. First presented as a scratch at the Young Vic in 2015 before being revised and expanded at the Shoreditch Town Hall for Dare Festival in 2017) Trigger Warning is a jet-black comedy exploring the politics behind trigger warnings in an age of information overload and non-stop media coverage of non-stop international tragedies.
Previous recipients of the award include Milk Presents' acclaimed Bullish (2017) and Racheal Ofori & Fuel's So Many Reasons (2018).