PRESS & REVIEWS
A selection of press quote about recent shows...
Edward Lewis's sound design is a thing of both functionality and real beauty... his music and sound design added immeasurably to the rising tension.
Lyn Gardener, The Guardian (Bug)
Ed Lewis creates a luscious period soundscape with live piano, scratchy samples, and blistered radio transmissions.
Libby Purves, TheatreCat (Arturo Ui)
Misery turns to horror, enclosed and the unnerving crackle of Ed Lewis's soundscape.
Susannah Clapp, The Observer (Bug)
Evans knows how to crank up the pace, and Edward Lewis's rock-heavy soundscape helps.
Kate Maltby, Sunday Times (Killer Joe)
...undeniably pacey and involving, with great sound design from Edward Lewis.
Andrzejj Lukowski, Time Out (Killer Joe)
Ed Lewis's music wonderfully combines an epic movie-soundtrack sweep with much-loved Christmas favourites.
Alun Hood, What's On Stage (The Box Of Delights)
Cellist Susie Blankfield provides a live accompaniment, wringing terrific emotion from Ed Lewis's minimal score, breaking up the action with cascades of vertiginously plunging notes.
Dave Fargnoli, The Stage (Broken Glass)
Edward Lewis's music moves from ballsy saxophone accompanying the opening song to tingly soundscapes underscoring the sense of moral ambiguity.
Michael Billington, The Guardian (Measure For Measure)