Natasha Langridge



Natasha is currently working on the play SCOURGE OF ALL NATIONS, inspired by the pirates Mary Read and Ann Bonney. Following on from MEMOIRS OF A TREE, which she performed at 2015’s InTRANSIT Festival, Natasha performed her immersive monologue IN MEMORY OF LEAVES at various London street locations in June 2016.  Natasha originally trained (East 15 Acting School) and worked as an actress before developing her skills as a writer with THE DEAL for The Brixton Shaw Theatre. She is the co-editor of RAGE AND REASON – Women Playwrights on Playwriting published by Methuen. Natasha wrote and directed BEVERLEY (National Tour) and WORTHING WHISPERS (Pavilion Theatre Worthing) She wrote and directed BREATHING IN BRIXTON at Oval House Theatre and also THE METHOD. Natasha co-produced her play SHRADDHA (published by Oberon) directed by Lisa Goldman with Soho Theatre which won the Meyer Whitworth Award in 2010. She completed the 2010 BBC Writers Academy and has written episodes of DOCTORS and EASTENDERS. She also wrote the short film OCCUPY YOUR HEART directed by Rebecca Gatward.  Her short play, WALL, developed as part of Script 6 at The Space Theatre in 2014 is published by Play Dead Press.