Natasha’s was born in London; the future street performer started to learn to juggle at the tender age of ten by using oranges from her mothers fruit bowl. To save their poor fruit from bruising, her parents saw fit to buy her juggling balls for Christmas. From then on, Natasha has never looked back. She left school at 16 to do her first professional job as a juggler at Legoland. From then on she has been lucky enough to perform in a variety of different venues and shows – from circus (Big Fun, No Fit State community and Bassline Circus), cabaret (Shambala, Lapland), improvised theatre (Gonzo Moose), festivals (Glastonbury, Woodford, Linz) and much, much more! In 2008, Natasha went to Australia and created her solo show as a street performer; ’The Felicity Footloose Show’ with which she has delighted audiences all over the world ever since!
The Felicity Footloose Show is full of fun frolics and daredevil antics! This street performer lives in the 80′s and just wants to dance! Watch as she juggles, dances and performs daredevil acrobatics to try and impress her hero Johnny! The absurd street performer will even go as far as to hang from her toes upside-down and juggle knives!
Hilarious and exhilarating, her show is a fun 35 minute street show wrapped up in an engaging, unforgettable comedy package!
Culture and Theatre
Since the 1660s Covent Garden has never missed a chance to put on a performance
The first record of Covent Garden street entertainment came in 1662, when Samuel Pepys’ diary notes that a marionette show featuring a character named Punch took place on the Piazza. Today, the custom continues.
For centuries, culture vultures have swooped on Covent Garden. They obviously relished the area’s eclectic, ever-changing mix or opera, ballet , musical theatre and drama, from highbrow and mainstream to fringe and beyond, all tastes are catered for and all emotion are stirred. No other urban quarter in the world has two great opera house and more than twenty thriving theatres