Natalie is a playwright and workshop facilitator based in Leicester, an Associate Artist with Attenborough Arts Centre and one of Curve Writers Lab 2017 / 18 cohort. A graduate of City University’s Playwriting and Screenwriting MA, her debut play Collegiate (2016) sold-out to four star reviews at both Clapham Fringe and Attenborough Arts Centre this past year. She has won several short play competitions, going on to have pieces performed at Arcola Theatre, The Bread & Roses Theatre, The Hawth, The Y and Story City Festival.



Jack Britton has been working as a solo maker of contemporary performance since he graduated from his MA at De Montfort University Leicester in 2013. His practice focuses on autobiography and documentary, using personal experiences as a window he explores broader topics of nostalgia, curiosity and perspective. 

He combines elements of comedy, storytelling, low-fi technology, spoken word poetry and physicality to create informal and contemplative work. Jack’s previous work ‘I Used to Hear Footsteps’ received critical acclaim at 2016’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, including a four-star review from The Scotsman. Jack has been an Associate artist with In Good Company (2015-16) and is currently an associate of Attenborough Arts Centre Leicester and  Curve Breakthrough Artist.