Natalie Allison is an independent producer and current Stage One Bursary Award Recipient working across the subsidised and commercial sector. As producer on over 35 critically acclaimed productions, her diverse portfolio of work spans regional and international touring, transfers, West End shows, festival and fringe runs. From award winning comedy to large scale immersive adaptations and innovative dance work, her collaborative spirit is enlivened by the opportunity to work with such a broad range of celebrated talent and industry partners. Joining Yorke Dance Project in 2020, Natalie was invited to support the adaptation of Robert Cohan’s Afternoon Conversations With Dancers into the filmed series, Lockdown Portraits which premiered at the Barbican. With Past Present and Connecting to Cohan, she makes her producing debut at The Royal Opera House, under the Artistic Direction of Yolande Yorke-Edgell and inspired by the distinctive genius of Sir Robert Cohan. Casting work includes background and featured artists for: Trainspotting 2, Gunpowder (BBC), Victoria (ITV), The Windsors (Channel 4), Outlander (Starz USA) and commercials for Nexus, Barclays, Mercedes, Burberry and Samsung. Natalie holds an LLB Law from The University of Aberdeen.