For the Royal Court: Fireworks, Gastronauts, The Djinns of Eidgah, That Face.
Theatre and opera include: Scuttlers (Royal Exchange); Juno and the Paycock (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse); 1984 (Headlong/Almeida/West End/UK Tour); Adler & Gibb, The Mistress Contract, Gastronauts, The Djinns of Eidgah (Royal Court); Boeing Boeing (Sheffield Crucible); War Correspondents (Helen Chadwick); Macbeth (National Theatre of Scotland / Broadway); Green Snake (National Theatre of China); Praxis Makes Perfect (Neon Neon / National Theatre Wales); The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (National Theatre Wales); 27, The Wheel, Mary Stuart, The House of Bernard Alba, Empty / Miracle Man, Home (Glasgow) (National Theatre of Scotland); One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show (Eclipse); The Village Bike, Happy Days (Sheffield Crucible); And The Horse You Rode in On (Told by an Idiot); Zaide (Classical Opera / Sadler’s Wells); Statement of Regret (National Theatre); Sunday in the Park With George (Wyndham’s Theatre); The Wolves in the Walls (National Theatre of Scotland / Improbable); That Face (Royal Court / West End); Othello, Dirty Wonderland, Pool (No Water), Tiny Dynamite, Peepshow, Hymns and Sell-Out (Frantic Assembly).
Dance includes: Mesmerics and Kristen McNally New Work (BalletBoyz theTALENT/Linbury Studio); Motor Show (LIFT / Brighton Festival); Electric Hotel (Sadlers Well’s / Fuel); Electric Counterpoint (Royal Opera House); God’s Garden (Arthur Pita / ROH Linbury / Tour); Broken, Scattered (Motionhouse); Run! and Renaissance (Greenwich and Docklands International Festival); Beyond Belief (Legs on the Wall, CarriageWorks, Sydney); Encore (Sadler’s Wells) and work with the Ballet Boyz at the Royal Festival Hall.
Natasha won a Theatre Critics of Wales Award in 2014 for Praxis Makes Perfect (Best Lighting), a Theatre Award UK in 2011 for Happy Days (Best Design with Lizzie Clachan) and an Olivier Award in 2007 for Sunday in the Park With George (Best Lighting Design).