Reviews

‘Sophie Martin and Thomas Edwards – in a duet, Mea Culpa – exemplify Laplane’s heartland strength of revealing relationship truths through contact and distance, edgy angles and sudden, trusting lyricism.’

Sophie Laplane's Dextera, The Herald, April 2019

‘Thomas Edwards produced a suitably flashy Dancing Master, twirling his cane like a slightly manic Fred Astaire, and followed it up with a spritely, entertaining Grasshopper.’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, rowbseat87.blogspot.co.uk, January 2016

‘Victor Zarallo and Thomas Edwards excel in their core duet, a powerful representation of So in Love.’

Javier de Frutos' Elsa Canasta, The Stage, September 2015

‘Particularly effective are the poignant and powerful male-male duet between Victor Zarallo and Thomas Edwards.’

Javier de Frutos' Elsa Canasta, Glasgow Theatre Blog, September 2015

‘Thomas Edwards' technical and energetic hornpipe is a special treat, doubly so as it is a seldom performed part of the production.’

Peter Darrell's The Nutcracker, Edinburgh Spotlight, December 2014

‘Thomas Edwards' English Hornpipe, rarely performed, is a joyously acrobatic showstopper.’

Peter Darrell's The Nutcracker, Dance Europe, February 2015

‘... a black leather-clad biker gang The Ravens, beautifully danced with precision by Daniel Davidson, Rimbaud Patron and Thomas Edwards.’

Christopher Hampson's Hansel & Gretel, Glasgow Theatre Blog, December 2013