Whats On Stage (Brighton) On Henry V:
Sunday Express (Cheltenham) On The Winter’s Tale:
This isn’t just Shakespeare – this is rock and roll
MTA (Manchester) On Henry V:
Enough sound and fury to shame any Dolby-equipped multiplex.
British Theater Guide ( Watermill) On Henry V:
The battle scenes are full of energy and attack with convincing sound effects by David Gregory.
Sunday Express (Cheltenham) On Henry V:
with exemplary design, lighting and sound effects (the whizz of flying shrapnel makes you duck) this manages to promote both adrenalin-fuelled heroism and anti-war sentiments at the same time.
Evening Chronicle (Newcastle) On Richard III:
Blood Flows freely and the body bags pile up. Special effects are utilized very cleverly, and, along with David Gregory’s excellent sound design, they create a very engrossing Experience.
The British Theatre Guide on Wages of Thin (ORL):
The set by James Cotterill is exact, David Gregory’s sound design and Matthew Pitman’s lighting complement each other – when a train passes overhead the central light rattles and dims.
Spring Fringe Report on Ordinary Lads (ETC Theatre):
The play moves along at a pretty good pace, with some genuinely funny moments, and some imaginative pieces of sound design (David Gregory) to help vary the interest.
The Stage on Waiting for Romeo:
Nina Brazier’s direction brings the dichotomy of the sisters into stark relief while outside the war rages on, thanks to excellent sound design by David Gregory.