Andrew J Lindsay
Since graduating from the University of Central Lancashire in 2002, Andrew has worked as a technician, sound designer, lighting designer and video designer on a wide range of productions and events both in-house and on tour. Andrew is currently the Resident Technical Manager at Theatre by the Lake, providing technical support for the year-round
programme including theatre, music, film and outreach projects.
Andrew has designed lighting for numerous productions throughout Cumbria and the UK. His many projects have included a selection of lighting designs for live music and festivals as well as: Days of Wine and Roses, Jordan, In Extremis, Stones in his Pockets, A View from the Bridge, The History Boys, Rogue Herries, Swallows & Amazons, Two, Peter Pan, Bear & Butterfly, The Snow Queen, The Professor of Adventure, The Shepherd’s Life and The Emperor and the Nightingale.
In his recent work Andrew has been working to combine new visual techniques and multimedia technologies into his designs. These include video design for Frozen, Great
Expectations, The Shape of Things and Dracula as well as lighting and video design for The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, Dancing at Lughnasa and the regional tour of Hymn to Love (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick).
Theatre includes: Murder, Margaret and Me (Salisbury Playhouse in association with York Theatre Royal); Giselle (English National Ballet); I Loved Lucy (The Arts Theatre); Coming Clean (Kings Head); The Last Ones (Jermyn Street Theatre); Urinetown (The Pleasance); Guess How Much I Love You (Greenwich); Murder, Margret and Me and Brideshead Revisited (York Theatre Royal); Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing (Rose Playhouse); The Nativity (St James Church); Romeo and Juliet, (Clywd, New Theatre); Jacques Brel (Mountview); Ghost (Ivy Arts Centre), Man of La Mancha, Legally Blonde and American Idiot (Bridewell); Singer/Touched (Bernie Grants Arts Centre); Eighth Wonder of the World (Brunel Museum); Carousel (Royal Academy of Music); On the Town, Addams Family Musical, Lift and Rent (Ivy Arts Centre); Twelfth Night (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); King James Bible and Statement of Regret (National Theatre) and Breed (Theatre 503).
Associate: Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe); Long Day’s Journey into Night (Bristol Old Vic); Peter and Alice and Privates on Parade (Noël Coward); A Chorus Line (London Palladium); Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve) and Juno and the Paycock (National Theatre).