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Natalie Davies

Associate Artist

Natalie will be joining on a 6-month associateship where she will be facilitating a group where local actors come together to develop their skills. She is particularly interested in the new regeneration of Bradford and creating as many opportunities for local artists as possible. There is a fountain of untapped potential in this city and Natalie feels that now is the time that surrounding areas recognise this.

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Natalie Davies

Associate Artist

I am  dual-heritage (Bangladeshi and English) origin and proud to have been born and bred in Bradford. For the past six years I have been working as a freelance actor on both stage and screen.

It was in November 2014 that I made my initial connection with Freedom Studios on their Street Voices programme. The highlight of this project was performing at the Bradford Literature Festival in Nuzhat Ali’s When George came to Bradford. I am currently part of the development of  Freedom Studios upcoming production North Country.

The majority of my time has been spent developing FS youth theatre with Maria Spadafora and Jude Wright. Our partnership schools Grange Technology college and Carlton Bolling have had the opportunity to have access to over 18 months of workshops on a weekly basis. During this time we have created thought provoking theatre that has been featured at the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, International Women’s day and Refugee week. In my role as the workshop facilitator, I am also responsible in delivering drama sessions at The Arc youth centre with youths aged from 11-18. Please see my recent blog Canterbury Youthie for more details:


Screen: Coronation Street (ITV), Doctors (BBC), Casualty (BBC) , Bull (UKTV GOLD) The Johnny and Inel show (CBBC).

Stage: North Country (Freedom studios) directed by Alex Chisholm , Scratch R&D (West Yorkshire Playhouse),Green, Amber, Red (Pilot Theatre directed by Marcus Romer, when George came to Bradford (Freedom Studios) directed by Evie Manning,  Urban and The Shed Crew (West Yorkshire Playhouse) directed by Tom Birch, Out of sight (Operating Theatre) directed by Alex Elliot, Resistance (Steel Dragon) directed by Gordon Duffy-Mcghie , Wind in the Willows (Northern Stage) directed by Erica Whyman. Blood Wedding (Lipman Theatre) directed by Alan Lyddiard.   

Voiceover: Inside out (BBC)

Shorts & Commercials: Ryan (Abi Moffat) Sick Party (Eddy Marshall) Tesco (Neil Harris) Rubicon Mango (Menhaj Huda)  

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