"Throughout the magic remains intact, most notably in Pitcher's dynamic choreography and Charlie Ingles' fresh uplifting arrangements.
The Stage (Guys & Dolls: Mill At Sonning)
'Joseph Pitcher’s production lacks none of the show’s usual swagger. Charlie Ingles’s arrangements for a five-piece band miraculously retain the scale and joie de vivre of an orchestra.'
Daily Mail (Guys & Dolls: Mill At Sonning)
Ingles himself has also just taken leave of absence from the ‘Flashdance' tour and has achieved something rather like magic with his pinpoint and thoroughly idiomatic direction of the music, all achieved in virtually no time at all.
British Theatre (Top Hat: Upstairs At The Gatehouse)
Charlie Ingles’ inventive orchestrations adapt the rich score to suit a five-piece band and the cast of only 12 double – and occasionally treble – seamlessly.
The Stage (My Fair Lady: Mill At Sonning)
Charlie Ingles having done some cracking work, both on the ensemble’s harmonies as well as the score's orchestrations.
Jonathan Baz (Imaginary: The Other Palace)
The Crisp Musical Direction is by Charlie Ingles
London Theatre1.com (Red Riding Hood)
Dripping in glamour and with a sensational score performed as if it were in the West End, The Mill’s revival of High Society is an all-out musical spectacular.
broadsheetboutique.com (High Society)
Directed and meticulously choreographed by Matthew Cole and with Charlie Ingles perceptively directing his band.
JonathanBaz (The MGM Story)