‘An accomplished jazz singer’ Hilary Finch The Times

‘A highly watchable performer’ Lloyd Evans The Spectator,

‘A Jazz lady at heart she gives us a hint of quality that must be abound in the hit show Mamma Mia!’ Lance Liddle, Bebop Spoken Here

‘Natasha Seale’s spirited Hermione, wrongly accused wife of jealous King Leontes is a delight to listen to’ Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard

‘There are good performances, Natasha Seale’s Hermione’ Lyn Gardner The Guardian,

Seale is superb, this is a company that knows all about leaving the best to last and the audience wanting more’ Thom Dibdin,  Edinburgh Evening News

‘A fine, clear voice and strong sense of rhythm, positively bursting with energy, certainly hits the spot!’ The Entertainer (Sussex)

‘Sassy – a whiff of Liza Minnelli’ Michael Church The Independent

‘Jazz Starlet Natasha Seale’ Leighton Buzzard and Dunstable Observer

‘Engaging and can certainly belt out a song’ The Stage

‘Natasha Seale, a comically brash and ballsy Despina’ (School 4 Lovers Glyndebourne) Adam Sweeting The Telegraph

‘A Performance from Natasha Seale that was at once thunderous and poignant’ Matthew Hollis  -Poet- Jerwood Opera Writing Programme, Aldeburgh

‘Seale has immense power and gentleness’ Richard Main Lincoln Chronicle

A notable performance from Natasha as Rose, who excelled in her last number Anything But Lonely Newark Advertiser

‘Every Aspect from sincere lead Natasha Seale is laid bare through passionate performance’

Jason Hippisley Lincs Echo