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About Me 

I am a senior arts professional, an award-winning writer, a theatremaker, and a facilitator based in London.

I am the Creative Director of Streatham Space Project, a small multi-arts centre in Streatham Hill. My role is to programme and support exciting emerging artists, and to provide affordable cultural experiences for young people and the local community. 


I also sit on the Board of Theatre Peckham

As a writer and theatremaker, I make and gravitate towards art that interrogates power, identity and community. I have been part of the Soho Writers’ Lab and the Bush Theatre’s Emerging Writers’ Group.

My most recent work includes:


As writer and performer

Lie. Stir. Repeat. (Royal Court), 2022.

I AM [NOT] KANYE WEST (Bunker Theatre), 2020.

As a writer

For TV:

Queenie (Channel 4). 2024.

For Theatre:

Swing Sister Swing (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres), dir. Miranda Cromwell. 2022. 

SCREAM FIRE [for the revolution] (Theatre Royal Stratford East), dir. Nastazja Domaradzka. 2021. 

TORCH (Boundless Theatre), part of Signal Fires. 2020. 

Contradictions (Bush Theatre), dir. Lynette Linton. 2020.

As a facilitator, I have created workshops and plays for schools, community groups, artists and young people. Organisations I have worked with include Lyric Hammersmith, The Yard Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, the Donmar Warehouse, and Clean Break. I have also facilitated workshops at Central School of Speech and Drama, Spotlight and IntoUniversity. 

I trained at The BRIT School and National Youth Theatre. I have a BA and Masters in Drama from the University of Kent and I also studied at the University of California, Berkeley. 

If you would like to know more about my work or work with me, please contact me using the form on this site. 


In March 2020, I programmed a week-long takeover at the Bunker Theatre as part of their final season. The theme of the takeover was 'Power x Resistance' and the main event was my solo show I AM [NOT] KANYE WEST. The week's events sold out and received great reviews. 

"Natasha Brown is phenomenal."

(View From the Outside, 2020.)

You can purchase a copy of the playtext from Foyles.

Watch audience feedback here.

Photo credit: Holly Revell

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