Natalie Stone
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  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
I am a writer/director and co-founding AD of Empty Pocket Theatre
A little more about me:
I very much enjoy putting on plays. I am a TEAM leader, and currently co-organise Word4Word. I am a member of the Sherman's Writer's Group and was involved in the 2011 Springboard.
Projects I’m working on:
Upcoming project with Empty Pocket Theatre EP and TEAM is Script Swap - five new writers and five new directors. 10 Ft Tall - 5th December. This is a free event so come along!

The next Word4Word is on the 6th December and also a free event!

I am currently writing a short piece to be performed with the Sherman Youth Theatre in March 2012.
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Opportunity | Empty Pocket Theatre

Passionate about theatre? Keen to see new work for free? Looking for a chance to get some experience in the arts?


Empty Pocket Theatre are looking for volunteers to assist marketing and in front of house for our theatrical night…


Posted on June 25, 2011 at 10:30 — 2 Comments

Empty Pocket | Behind the scenes of upcoming show [On]Stage

Empty Pocket's most ambitious, and largest project to date!



Saturday 2nd July 2011

The Walk, Roath, YMCA Theatre, CF24 3AG

Doors 19:00

6 pounds

[On]Stage is a one night creative showdown, presenting two very different pieces where the main characters are absent from the stage. 

Fittingly, as these freshly penned scripts take to the stage they draw our…


Posted on June 10, 2011 at 9:30 — 1 Comment

Empty Pocket | Getting Tea Cosy

Introducing Empty Pocket’s Tea Party Theatre

….a genre of performance in itself.

It’s quick, quirky, light-hearted, fun, interactive, cosy and site-specific. Delivered script-in-hand, it can only be described in long and punchy lists, peppered with hyphened words.

We want to make these nights of theatre as accessible, fun and casual as an afternoon spent drinking tea and eating chocolate bourbons. 

Our first theatrical tea party was – fittingly enough – on…


Posted on June 9, 2011 at 6:37

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At 2:27 on April 10, 2012, Rowena Louise Bernice Scurlock said…

Hello Natalie,

My name is Rowena Louise Bernice Scurlock. I have finished writng a theatre script which took me almost a year, and can you have a look at it for me please.!

At 4:36 on January 21, 2012, Jan Miller said…

Hi Natalie!  Just need to find out when you and Anna will be coming to the Scala in Prestatyn.  I've got 7 young people signed-up at the minute but wasn't sure what age group you wanted.  Also, we need to book a room at the Scala - any idea of dates and how long would you plan it to be?  Hope you're having a blast this weekend!


At 22:23 on January 17, 2012, Jan Miller said…

morning Natalie! - it's


At 11:08 on January 16, 2012, Jan Miller said…

Happy New Year Nat! You're coming to the Scala to play!  Hurrah! What do you think you would like to do? How many people in a workshop? How long is a piece of string? is there a minimum/maximum age - questions questions questions... let me know - our half-term is 13th to 20th Feb - we've got a Film Nation Workshop on 11th Feb and both rooms are booked so after that would be good. I'll check if there are any dates we can't book at the Scala - can't wait to see you and Anna here... hope you're both great xxxx

At 8:48 on September 23, 2010, Guy O'Donnell said…
Hi Anna I am an Arts Development Officer for Bridgend Council. I was wondering if you would be interested in the scheme below ?

Are you aged 16 – 25? Could you create a must-read review of theatre or music? Co-ordinated by Bridgend County Borough Council’s Arts and Community Development, the Young Critics’ Scheme aims to develop and showcase the critical voices of young people and encourage them to think critically about the theatrical or musical productions they have seen.

Organised in partnership with the National Theatre of Wales and Academi, one of the National Theatre Wales’ new critics and ex-editor of Buzz magazine, Ben Bryant, will mentor and run workshop sessions to encourage participants to write and explore the role of the art critic, coming up with different ways to respond to theatre and live art including using Face Book, Vimeo and Twitter.

Throughout the coming months, the young critics will be encouraged to write a number of theatrical and musical reviews, beginning with a review of the National Theatre’s Wales production of ‘Love Steals us from Loneliness’ by Gary Owen, which will be performed in Hobos, Bridgend in October.

To get involved in this exciting new project, please call Bridgend County Borough Council’s Arts Project officer Guy O’Donnell, on (01656) 642727, or email:

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