About Natalie Arle-Toyne
Natalie Arle-Toyne Biography:
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 in the 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.
She is a class act, not to be missed: ‘The Brilliant Natalie Arle-Toyne brings out boundless soul and sophistication to an already impressive show.’ (The List)
Natalie studied acting at the Uta Hagen Institute, HB Studio, in New York, has her MA Performance of Musical Theatre from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and her BA in Jazz and Popular Voice from UND, South Africa.
Lady Sings The Boys:
From Sinatra to Elvis, and all accompanied by her usual natural comedic banter; join Natalie Arle-Toyne as she does all the gents’ classic songs with a divaesque twist.
All The Divas I Never Was:
Join Natalie Arle-Toyne as she comedically skips down the stage and screen catalogue of all the divas she never was – from Garland to Streisand to Cilla to Monroe.