Natassa Sideri was born in Athens in 1981. She holds a BA from the Athens University of Economics and Business and an MA in Comparative Politics from the University of York. She is a playwright, writer and translator.
Her first plays were written and performed in English. In 2013, her play On the Bridge won the annual playwriting competition organized by the theatre group Origins; it was subsequently staged for a number of performances at various venues across England. Her next play, The Island of Immortality, after winning the 2014 Ronald Duncan Literary Foundation competition, was produced by The Certainty of Chance Theatre Company and toured the UK in September 2014.
Upon her return to Greece in 2015, she attended the National Theatre’s Writing Studio, an initiative addressed to young Greek playwrights. Battle of the Titans, an one-act play she wrote for the final evaluation, was subsequently included in the National Theatre’s programme for 2017.
In 2016, she received a commendation for her novella ‘Three out of five’ at the annual competition organised by the Union of Greek Writers. In 2018,the publishing house Mov Skiouros realesed her short story collection Κυρίαρχοι Πονηροί Λογισμοί , for which she was named "Best Newcomer in fiction" by the literary magazine "O Anagnostis".
Common Good, 2017
Battle of the Titans, 2015
The Island of Immortality, 2014
On the Bridge, 2013