Natasha Langridge

Theatre Practitioner

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Teatro Keiros Festival

‘In Memory of Leaves’ | Teatro Keiros After watching the park beneath her window on Portobello Rd massacred by developers Natasha wrote and performed ‘Memoirs of a Tree’ for the InTRANSIT Festival 2015. She returned to InTRANSIT this year with the immersive monologue ‘In Memory of Leaves’; exploring love amongstRead More…

Unscene 199

The Unscene 199 is a monthly theatre and arts festival produced by New River Studios. Performances occur all around the Manor House warehouse district, where converted industrial sites are made available to artists who want to host their work in unique environments and allow the audience an opportunity to experienceRead More…

Return of In Memory of Leaves

Click on ’In Memory of Leaves’ to view the trailer.

In Memory of Leaves photo’s

These are some photo’s that were taken during one of my performance’s of ‘In Memory of Leaves’ at this year’s InTRANSIT Festival. If you would like to find out more click here to view the trailer of ’In Memory of Leaves’. Returning for two nights only! In Memory of LeavesRead More…

In Memory of Leaves – The Trailer

In Memory of Leaves Written and performed by Natasha Langridge ‘As stylistically imaginative as it is emotionally raw.’ Time Out ‘Magical Mystery Tour well worth the ride.’ Evening Standard ‘Verbal glitter.’ The artdesk.com Returning for two nights only! When: 14th & 15th September at 7pm Where: Athlone Gardens, cnr PortobelloRead More…

In Memory of Leaves featured in ET

Everything Theatre published a feature interview on my monologue ‘In Memory of Leaves’ that I am currently performing at the InTRANSIT Festival. Information on the performances is available by clicking on the InTRANSIT Festival link above. I hope to see you there!

In Memory of Leaves

In Memory of Leaves Written and performed by Natasha Langridge Dramaturgy by Lisa Goldman Movement by Jayne McVeigh After watching the park beneath her window on Portobello Rd massacred by developers Natasha wrote and performed Memoirs of a Tree for the InTRANSIT Festival 2015. She is returning to InTRANSIT thisRead More…

New photo’s of Memoirs of a Tree W10

Many thanks to Nigel Dickinson for the photo’s he captured at one of my performances’ of Memoirs of a Tree W10 last year in London. Nigel is a British born documentary photographer, photojournalist and filmmaker. Over the last 30 years his work has focused on the environment, human condition, marginalizedRead More…

Memoirs of a Tree W10 at the V&A

I will be performing an extract from my poetic monologue Memoirs of a Tree W10 at the Victoria & Albert Museum on the 27th June at 3pm. Hope to see you there!  

Memoirs of a Tree W10

Memoirs of a Tree W10 by Natasha Langridge A pop-up performance in two places, Natasha Langridge’s poetic monologue takes us on an intimate journey of love amongst the bulldozers, regeneration, lost voices and a passionate encounter with Occupy Democracy. Dates:  25 & 26 June @ 7pm and 27 June @Read More…

Ann Bonny my pyrate Queen

I’m currently working on a play about 18th Century female Pyrates for The National Theatre Studio London. Ann Bonny is without doubt my pyrate queen!

Down by the River

Having a great day down by the river. Photography courtesy of Yui Mok – Staff photographer at Press Association. You can follow Yui at https://twitter.com/yuimok

The Method | Theatre

The Method written and directed by Natasha Langridge was performed at  Oval House London. Performed in May, 2005 the review was written by Theatre critic Rachel Halliburton from the London edition of TimeOut.

New Writing South Ltd

    Chris Taylor, the Director for New Writing South Ltd; an environment based in the South East of England, which supports and helps to develop new writing asked me to conduct a workshop for children interested in theatre and text. I was especially pleased to receive the photo!  Read More…

ArtsDesk.com

Evening Standard Review for Beverley

Herald Review for Beverley

TimeOut Review for Beverley

     

Fellow Writers

These were my fellow writers at the BBC Academy taken in Albert Square …

Rage and Reason

  Rage and Reason Women playwrights speak about their art and the theatre in this collection of interviews about a key decade of British drama. Twenty leading contemporary dramatists discuss their work from the perspective of being both writers and women. Each talks about the state of the theatre now,Read More…

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