Natasha has been working in the arts since 2008 and is committed to a holistic approach towards arts, culture and communities. She has delivered projects that nurture and celebrate a wide variety of the arts and culture whilst championing widening participation and inclusivity. She passionately believes in the arts to support improved outcomes for our youngest of children and hard to reach communities.
RT @LincolnCenter: You’re never too young to visit Lincoln Center! Parents and little ones 0-24 months, join us March 21-25 for a mult… https://t.co/Zv7CNAf7q0
A talented group of young mums who published their own children’s book about being new parents delighted children a… twitter.com/i/web/status/97684…
RT @NicolaPay: 'Even the youngest children, babies just a few months old, are enthralled by the visceral power of great arts exper… https://t.co/O18aRvWxUD
RT @HazelDarEd: Really proud of the mums who read their picture book Ellie’s Egg to a captivated audience at Sunflower Nursery yest… https://t.co/tZc6ahQswM
The EdChildrensFest 2018 programme is now LIVE! Featuring an amazing line-up of theatre for children & yp thndr.me/zu9tEN