A production inspired by the beautiful and tragic story of Romeo & Juliet.  A team of professional, ambassadors and 60 young people reinterpret William Shakespeare's story and Kenneth MacMillan's choreography in a magnificent 17th century red-brick mansion.

As one of the most WWII TOP SECRET bases where Radar was developed, the National Trust commissioned an audio trail.


Andrew created, recorded and produced a series of audio posts which have been listened to by over 250,000 visitors per year. 

Poet Laureate Lem Sissay opened the acclaimed audio trail.

The Largest Underground Site-Specific Community Performance Project in Europe 2008

MD & Composer:

Andrew Kristy

Project length: 18 months

Set in the Wren's Nest area of Dudley, West Midlands, UK involving 60 Young actors and dancers, a 30-piece Youth Choir, 7 Pro 

Musicians, Young Singers & DJs from the area.


Performances took place in The Black Country Living Museum, the Canal Tunnels on canal boats, Limestone Mines and Caverns.


An interactive multi-media display in the underbelly of the court. Bespoke shoes were made and Andrew recorded and produced an immersive 5.1 surround sound experience for visitors.


Where the Earl's of Coventry, Capability Brown, Hari Krishna followers, The Dutch Royal family and boarding school children would have walked.


composer. producer




A fluid music and performance piece inspired by Degas' paintings and sculptures. Musical score composed organically with the choreography and performed in a 'Pictures at an Exhibition' style.

At The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry.

© 2018 Andrew Kristy Composer