Natasha is an award-winning writer and actor born in London, of Jamaican descent. Her debut play, NINE NIGHT, enjoyed a stunning sold-out run at the National in April 2018 before transferring to Trafalgar Studios making her the first black British female playwright to be produced in the West End. In recognition of the play’s overwhelming success Natasha won the Charles Wintour Award for most promising playwright at the 2018 Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
As a performer, her stage credits include; NINE NIGHT at Trafalgar Studios, RED VELVET at the Tricycle Theatre, THE LOW ROAD and CLUBLAND at the Royal Court Theatre, MULES at the Young Vic and AS YOU LIKE IT at the RSC. Film and TV includes; DOUGH, LINE OF DUTY, CLASS, and DANNY AND THE HUMAN ZOO.
Praise for Nine Night:
★★★★★ “Remarkable. Captures the humour of everyday life” – Evening Standard
★★★★★ “This play is a gift. Perfect undulations of comedy and heartache.” – The Stage
★★★★ “Intense, moving. Knife-edge power.” – Time Out