Natalie Mitchell writes for theatre, television and radio. Her theatre work includes Germ Free Adolescent (Bunker Theatre, London, 2019); Can't Stand Me Now (Royal Court Young Writers' Festival); Crawling in the Dark (Almeida Theatre, London); When They Go Low (National Theatre Connections, 2018); and This Wounded Island (tour).
Her work for TV includes Holby City, Doctors, Ackley Bridge, and two years as a core writer on EastEnders.
Her work for radio includes Proud (BBC Radio 3) and The Man Who Sold the World and Hidden Harm (BBC Radio 4).
A play about everyday feminism, consent and the changing face of teenage sexuality in an online world. Written for the National Theatre Connections Festival.