Are we returning to an age of romance? Consider the evidence. Young gentlemen now sport beards and blazers. Women fancy a spotted handkerchief to tie up and tame unruly hairstyles. The pretty, the ornate, the perfumed, even the old fashioned is back for a second bite. Vintage style in the new cool .
So it’s like a rediscovered piece of estate jewellery that Edwina Wren becomes a welcome new voice in the select catalogue of Kathy Evans’ voice talent.
Edwina’s voice is a delicious family dinner – listen to the crackle at the edges – that’s the stuff which separates her from the rest and it’s those bits we all want for ourselves.
Speaking of dinner, Edwina’s voice is inviting like a tablecloth laid out to welcome guests, and peaceful like an afternoon drive on shaded country lanes when dessert is done.
If you’re lucky, you’ve got some time to yourself with Edwina to have that private conversation on the couch. Her conservations with the listening audience are no different. She makes every sentence intimate and honest with a tone that is motherly enough to coach the under 10’s and supportive in bucket loads to go drink-for-drink at her friend’s fortieth.
Edwina is already having success in the voice over industry as someone who delivers classic texture and interpretation to every read she fashions.