For FAST at The Park Theatre:
"Natasha Cowley and Jordon Stevens are heart-breaking as the Williamson sisters"
- LONDON THEATRE 1
"As sisters, Dora and Claire Williamson, Natasha Cowley & Jordon Stevens are both a delight to watch; perfectly cast, totally believable and likeable."
- SARDINES MAGAZINE
"Cowley and Stevens act joyfully as the two sisters. They create a loving bond in the first scene, and their youthful energy is pleasing to watch. They act with true realism on stage, and they are both very charismatic."
- UPPER CIRCLE
"Natasha Cowley as Dora and Jordon Stevens as Claire are constantly believable and seem perfectly selected as health-aware sisters who would inadvertently sign up for their doom."
- THE UPCOMING
"Cowley and Stevens are heart-wrenchingly convincing as the sisters incapacitated and slowly losing their minds as their life of forced out of them: it’s quite uncomfortable to watch their shift from vibrant youth and very impressive physical work from both."
"Natasha Cowley and Jordon Stevens are impressive, offering contrasting performances."
- ACT DROP
For ANOMALY at The Old Red Lion Theatre:
"Natasha Cowley’s depiction of iron woman Piper’s collapse was devastating."
- ITHANKYOU THEATRE
"The three women assembled to bring Anomaly to life are just brilliant and all deserve to go on to exceptionally good things ... Natasha Cowley as Daddy's business heir apparent Piper gives us the perfect balance of steel and heartbreak, her commitment to her family and sacrifices for her/their career totally relatable."
- VIEW FROM THE CIRCLE
"Piper is played with an excellent just-about-to-crack intensity by Natasha Cowley."
- A YOUNGER THEATRE
"It is rare that you will witness three incredible actresses who encapsulate the very essence of their well drafted characters … pitch perfect performances conveying every intricate difference and similarity that connect the three siblings they portray."
- THAT STAGEY BLOG
"Alice Handoll, Natasha Cowley and Katherine Samuelson all put in strong, believable performances as the three very different sisters forced to cope as their worlds come crashing down."
- LOVE LONDON LOVE CULTURE
"All three talented actors play their parts well and are ones to watch in the future."
- WEST END WILMA
For SONNET 61; SHORT PEOPLE at The Gielgud, RADA:
"The cast is consistently strong, and the players work well with the characters that Kammel creates who could almost have been plucked off the streets. Letty Thomas excels as Girl, bringing emotional vigour and wry humour to the role which contrasts with Natasha Cowley’s vibrant portrayal of her friend. They are expressive, varied, and consistently brilliant performances which mark this set of recently graduated actors as ones to keep an eye on."
- PLAYS TO SEE