Of the Earth
February to March 2020
Part of the National Theatre Wales’ Located Residencies, a unique opportunity to spend research and development time looking at new ideas for performance, that are embedded in a location or community.
Of the Earth questions how we might preserve a sense of positive Welsh identity as we progress to more ecologically sustainable modes of living.
As a spoken word artist, particularly of interest to Natasha are the rhythm and rhetoric of protest movements. Her project draws associations between the UK Miners’ Strikes of 1984-1985 and today’s Global Climate Strikes.
Me, You and S.C.B.U.
October 2019 – March 2020
Creative Writing workshops for parents and carers with neonatal experience, funded by Literature Wales Well-being Scheme.
Working with Parents, Carers, Siblings and Premies with experience of neonatal care to write through experiences and produce an anthology to be distributed on neonatal wards.
Commission: Home by Definition, 2020
Commissioned by National Theatre Wales, Home by Definition is a responce to the National Theatre Wales TEAM Wrexham project involving the homeless community art club and their ‘Our Voices’ exhibition at Wrexham Library.
Commission: Hidden in Plain Sight, 2017
Commissioned by Chester Pride through Big Heritage funding, Hidden in Plain Sight is a responce to the Pride in the Past exhibition curated by Chester Pride at Grosvenor Museum and Chester Market.
The North x North West Poetry Tour
Curated by ZimZalla and The Enemies Project, supported by Arts Council England.
#WordsFirst between Roundhouse and BBC Radio 1Xtra supported by Arts Council England to shine a light on the existing spoken word scene and to help find and nurture new and emerging talent across the UK.
Voicebox Revolutions: Insomnia
Spoken word, music and film immersive theatre piece. Collaboration with: Tim Humphreys-Jones, Martin Daws, Sean Richards, Joseph Wynne, Sophie Mckeand, Isabella Crowther, Daniel Cookson, Michael Wiggan and Lucid
Signed Asbestos, 2015
Debut chapbook looking at the lives of the people from Capel Celyn in 1955, 1965 and 2005. Runner-up for the Erbcce Prize 2015. Published by Erbacce 2015.
The international Spoken Word collective with Roundhouse London, British Arts Council and National Theatre Wales.
Ontop the Bwlch yr Oernant, 2015
Short poetryfilm in collaboration with The Vue Point Photography.
Shortlisted for the Apples and Snakes ‘Read Our Lips’ PoetryFilm competition.