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Reviews of The Lighthouse Keepers

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 30 August 2013

Phare de la Vieille (c) Bernard le BrasHere are two excerpts from reviews of David Sawer’s The Lighthouse Keepers, which premièred on 04.07.2013 in Cheltenham. Martyn Brabbins conducted the BCMG. Click on the respective links for the full reviews:

It is a superbly atmospheric piece with sympathetic portrayals of father and son by William Oxborrow and Thomas Howes. The 11-strong ensemble under Martyn Brabbins’ fine direction demonstrated that you don’t need a huge symphony orchestra to conjure up a storm.

Roger Jones, Seen and Heard International, 5 July 2013

Sawer’s music is often brilliantly inventive, evoking the gathering emotional and physical storm, and mingling live sounds with their distorted echoes. The two actors Thomas Howes and William Oxborrow did all they could to loosen the work’s joints and make it speak.

Ivan Hewett, The Telegraph, 5 July 2013


David Sawer on The Lighthouse Keepers:

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