Self-proclaimed Princess and comedy vocalist 'Rosie Sings' grew up traveling with the circus where she was lured into being the magician’s assistant for tours all over the world.
After training at The London School of Musical Theatre, Rosie continued her career in London's West End in musicals, plays and concerts including the opportunity to sing for the Royal Family at the Queen's Golden Jubilee at the Royal Albert Hall.
With a circus clown as a father and a mother with psychic powers, Rosie has led a fascinating life and is now well known for telling her stories through parody in the stand-up comedy and cabaret circuit!
"Enlightening comedy and genuinely hilarious tales" - Mumble Comedy ★★★★★
“Stunning beauty, irrepressible panache and elegance” - Mark ‘Divine’ Calvert ★★★★★
Rosie has two 45min shows that can be shortened or lengthened. She can also work with you to create your own bespoke show.
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International comedy vocalist Natalie Arle-Toyne is described as ‘a particular bundle of energy, a small singer with a big voice’ (Sunday Tribune), and ‘a gifted vocalist’ (The Scotsman).
Most recently you would have seen Natalie as comic Siobhan in the feature Only You, BBC Comedy Feeds playing the wild Eve in Fail; or as Dr. Bicknell in River City (BBC).
An accomplished jazz vocalist and musical theatre performer, Natalie has sung for Prince Charles and Camilla at Holyrood; with big bands in South Africa and the UK, and having her own show, An Evening In The Front Parlour With Natalie Toyne, with the Scarborough Spa Orchestra. Theatre credits include Prudy Pingleton in Hairspray, Dulcinea in Don Quixote and Marta in Sondheim’s Company.
Her shows have headlined on the Oceania Marina.