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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 experience the wilder side of live acts.
Click on ’In Memory of Leaves’ to view 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 Portobello & Telford Road W10
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 amongst the bulldozers from Wornington Green W10 to the camps of Calais.
It had such an impact that Natasha has been requested to perform ‘In Memory of Leaves’ for another two nights! Spread the word, invite family, friends, neighbours to enjoy an evening of passionate and entertaining theatre.
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, marginalized communities, sustainable development, identity and culture. You can view Nigel’s work at www.nigeldickinson.com
Memoirs of a Tree W10 was a pop-up performance of my poetic monologue that takes you on an intimate journey of love amongst the bulldozers, regeneration, lost voices and a passionate encounter with Occupy Democracy.