Natasha Sutton Williams is a writer, actor, composer and journalist.
Natasha Sutton Williams is an award-winning writer, actor, composer and journalist. Her plays have been produced at multiple London venues including Freud The Musical at VAULT Festival, King’s Head Theatre, Reading Fringe and Space Theatre; Dead Lucy at Southwark Playhouse, Brasserie Zedel, Waterloo East Theatre and Angel Comedy Club; Clown Sex at Arcola Theatre, Camden Fringe, Chelsea Theatre, Bunker Theatre, Rosemary Branch Theatre, Angel Comedy Club, and 2Northdown; Brother Don't Preach at Theatre 503; Prone to Mischief at Old Red Lion Theatre; and I Am Not Sick at the Pleasance.
Natasha is a professionally trained actor, singer and composer. She studied at Arts Educational, National Youth Theatre and Birkbeck University. She was one of two singers for the National Theatre’s production of Women Beware Women. She was lead singer in the Chaplin Songs Cabaret performed at the Berlin Silent Film Festival, which was also recorded for German radio. She performed as an actor-musician in Orpheus and Eurydice at the Old Vic Tunnels, London.
She has been twice shortlisted for Soho Theatre’s Young Writers’ Award and co-facilitated their Young Writers’ Alumni programme for four years. She tutors on creative writing workshops at the Garsdale Retreat. She is a graduate of the Criterion Theatre’s New Writing and Story Development programmes. As a journalist Natasha writes for the Independent, the Stage, London Calling, Culture Whisper and Disability Arts Online.