Following the rediscovery of the skeleton of one of the most famous and divisive monarchs in British history underneath a car park in
Leicester in 2012, Richard III has returned centre stage to the national debate over where his remains should be re-interred.
It is hoped that the new exhibition which has cost close to £4 million, will attract in excess of 100,000 visitors a year to the old
Leicester Grammar School overlooking the site where the last King of the House of York was buried without pomp following his death at the
Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.
Working with Centre Screen Productions we were asked to create music for the battle of Bosworth film sequence a centre piece of the
exhibition. Recorded at Blueprint Studios in Manchester.
The exhibition is held at Leicester visitor centre