"Tim Mascall's lighting is flawless throughout" on 'I Loved Lucy' in the westend

"... lit with the elaborate theatricality of a Madonna video by Tim Mascall" The Stage on 'The Maids' at Dundee Rep 

"Tim Mascall’s lighting and David Paul Jones’s score - playing across Kenneth Macleod’s gorgeous boudoir set - offer fine filmic moments of crashing terror and creeping shadow" The Scotsman on 'The Maids' at Dundee Rep

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"...the show, directed by Steven Maler, moves with grace and fluidity, owing a considerable debt to Tim Mascall’s stunning lighting" The Toronto Star on 'Without You' at the Panasonic Theatre, Toronto

"...all credit to director Steven Maler for ensuring this production was dynamic; also to the rather brilliant lighting design of Tim Mascall, which was staggeringly beautiful at times" on 'Without You' at The Menier Chocolate Factory, London 

"Lighting by Tim Mascall gives the bare stage a powerful theatricality that beautifully punctuates the simplicity this one man tour-de-force embodies" Bateman on 'Without You' at the Panasonic Theatre, Toronto

" much of the right atmosphere was there, and never more so than in Tim Mascall’s lights..." The Arts Desk on Peter Grimes at The Royal Festival Hall.   

"...all fully complemented by Tim Mascall’s thoughtful and atmospheric lighting."  Seen and Heard on Peter Grimes at The Royal Festival Hall.

'Tim Mascall masterminded atmospherically subtle lighting" Birmingham Post on Peter Grimes at Birmingham Symphony Hall  

  "...the use of subtle lighting changes enhances this production immensely. This is down to Tim Mascall’s very clever lighting design..." UK Theatre Network on 'The Vagina Monologues' reviewed whilst on tour to Theatre Royal, Glasgow. 

"Immersion in this production is complete, a testament to Signe Beckman’s masterful design, and a tribute to Tim Mascall’s and Steven Brown’s lighting and sound"  HackneyLive on 'The Serpents Tooth' / Almeida Theatre @ Shoreditch Town Hall

 "Tim Mascall's lighting design, unobtrusive and yet atmospheric, leaves the theatregoer/prisoner just enough light in the hallways and lights the windowless cells in near ominous fashion" on 'The Serpents Tooth' / Almeida Theatre @ Shoreditch Town Hall

"I really saw the utter drive and passion of the characters in response to what was happening to their world, but only because of the spectacular lighting display at the end" on Complicitie's 'Lionboy' reviewed whilst on tour to West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds