Natasha Anderson: Food Diary (Work in Progress)

Natasha Anderson

Wed 15th Feb
18:45 (
60 mins)
Black Voices / Stand-Up / Work In Progress
Tickets from £8.00
Venue: The Spacement at The Glitch
Age Guidance: 15+
Small amount of adult language, trigger warning: eating disorders

Natasha Anderson: Food Diary is a funny exploration of culture, relationships and why food is more than just fuel.

Natasha Anderson grew up in a mixed Black Caribbean and White British family. Food was everything. The family always gathered around the dinner table and shared their lives. Natasha will explore her relationship with food, herself and her family, as well as our relationship with #Foodie culture.

This is a celebration of food being more than fuel. Food is life. Most importantly, you will find out why Feta is the best cheese. Don’t @ her.


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Wed 15th Feb

Natasha Anderson

Natasha Anderson is a London-based stand-up comedian, actor and writer. She trained as an actor at Identity Drama School before turning her hand to comedy and writing.

Since then Natasha has been performing stand-up, discussing the trials and tribulations of getting older, #Foodie culture and being mixed race, in and around London and the UK.

Natasha was a semi-finalist in the 2 Northdown’s New Act of the Year 2020 competition and has also appeared on Sky Arts Book Club Live.


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