Louise Lewis

Louise Lewis graduated in 2011 with a First Class Honours Degree from Royal Holloway University in Music and Drama. Whilst there she studied Theatre Criticism with Karen Fricker, sparking her desire to write. 

Louise is training as an opera singer, and has continued her studies at Birkbeck College. She will be attending Guildhall Conservatoire in September to do a Vocal Performance Masters. She enjoys a busy schedule of freelance work as an opera singer alongside choral work with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain.

As well as performing Louise loves to teach, and teaches music drama and dance to children and adults. She currently works as a Producer for the Perform drama school, and works in a number of nurseries.  

Latest reviews

The Commitments

Roddy Doyle (Phil McInyre Entertainments Limited at New Victoria Theatre, Woking).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

, Paul Coltas


Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy (Wonderland the Musical at New Victoria, Woking).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

Niamh Cusack (LenĂ¹) and Catherine McCormack (Lila), Marc Brenner

My Brilliant Friend

Elena Ferrante, Adapted by April de Angelis (Rose Productions at The Rose Theatre, Kingston).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis


Puccini (English Touring Opera at Hackney Empire).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

The Winter's Tale

Ryan Wigglesworth (English National Opera at The Coliseum).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

Sheila Reid (Gloria) Keziah Joseph (Hope), Mark Douet

Silver Lining

Sandi Toksvig (English Touring Theatre and Rose Theatre Kingston Production at Rose Theatre, Kingston).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

Joshua Guerrero and Sydney Mancasola, Alastair Muir


Giuseppe Verdi (English National Opera at The Coliseum).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

Michael Colvin as The Painter/The Second Client and Brenda Rae as Lulu, Catherine Ashmore


Alban Berg (English National Opera at The Coliseum).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis

 The Dinner Scene., Clive Barda/ArenaPAL

Owen Wingrave

Benjamin Britten (British Youth Opera at Peacock Theatre).
Reviewer: Louise Lewis