The @HumptyFilm account on Twitter announced today that the Curzon Soho allowed them to donate the fee, they lost due to the cancellation of the Humpty Fu*king Dumpty screening in June, to a charity of their chosing.
They chose Mind, a charity that supports people with mental health issues. Please check out their Twitter and Facebook accounts!
We think they couldn’t have found a worthier cause to support and add our thanks to Curzon Soho for allowing this donation to be made!
There are two new stills taken on the set of Humpty Fu*king Dumpty by photographer Dave Gleave. They show Andrew Gower as Tommy Quickly, the main protagonist of the short film about the Merseybeat singer.
According to Stephen Walters‘ recent tweet, Andrew’s debut as an executive producer will go on the film festival circuit before being released to a wider audience.
Stephen Walters shared this trailer for his and Andrew Gower‘s short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty on Twitter alongside the news that it is “going on the festival circuit”.
Good luck to Humpty Fu*king Dumpty and watch this space for updates on dates and times of the film festivals it will be shown at.
Very sad news reached us today. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters unfortunately had to cancel the screening of their short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty, scheduled for 10 June 2019 in London.
They send their apologies and thank the fans for their support.
We’re gutted about the news and hope we can report more positive news about Humpty Fu*king Dumpty soon again.
For now we can only send both Andrew and Stephen positive vibes and well wishes, and the reassurance of our unwavering love and support!
This past weekend, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters attended a private gathering of Outlander fans in Texas (USA). Despite it being a strictly private event, some attendees took to social media to share some moments of their time with the Liverpudlian actors.
Follow Andrew Gower Fans on Twitter or Instagram to see more pictures from the event!
Thanks to YouTube user Samantha Kraupner we can also share these videos with you. Andrew and Stephen treated the attendees with a special private concert at the event and performed some Beatles song plus “Do you Remember”, the song they wrote for their short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty. Continue reading “Andrew at Texas Gathering”
10 June 2019 !!!
Mark your calendars: This is the date the world will see Andrew‘s and Stephen Walters‘ short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty for the first time. As the Humpty Dumpty Twitter account announced today, the premiere will take place on this day at the Curzon Soho in London.
They also announced a contest: reply to their tweet and win tickets for the premiere!
Go tweet and re-tweet! #TeamHumptyDumpty
ETA: On 3 May 2019, Andrew and Stephen sadly had to announce the cancellation of the screening. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we hear about any new development!
As an Easter present for all their fans and Humpty Dumpty supporters, the official Humpty Dumpty Twitter account shared these amazing two posters with their followers.
Which one is your favourite? If you’re on Twitter, let them know and tag @HumptyFilm, @TheAndrewGower and @StephenWalters in your tweet!
Things are really moving fast now – only two months after Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters wrapped filming on their first joint venture, they announced today that soon they’ll be ready to share the news on the screening of Humpty Dumpty (now called Humpty Fu*king Dumpty) with the fans.
Almost two years ago, they announced their big announcement that they’re starting a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter to finance their “passion project” in a similar way.
If you’re on Twitter, click the link and tell Andrew and Stephen how excited you are about Humpty Fu*king Dumpty!
Oliver Walker just announced that he “recently [operated] on an exciting project with Stephen Walters and Andrew Gower”.
A look at his IMDb confirmed it is indeed Humpty Dumpty – and that he and Andrew had previously worked together on feature film Running Naked.
Welcome to #TeamHumptyDumpty, Oli!
Follow Oliver Walker on Instagram and Twitter, and have a look at Humpty Dumpty‘s IMDb. Lots of new additions there. Things are definitely moving fast now!
According to IMDb, Kiran Sonia Sawar joined the cast of Andrew Gower‘s and Stephen Walters’ short film Humpty Dumpty about musician Tommy Quickly. Kiran received a BAFTA Scotland Best Actress nomination for her role as Shazia in Andrew’s Black Mirror episode “Crocodile”.
We asked our resident Tommy Quickly experts at his fan page on Facebook and they reckon Kiran’s character Peggy might have been one of Tommy’s girlfriends. We’ll have to wait and see if this turns out to be the truth!
Follow Humpty Dumpty on Twitter for further updates!
The official Humpty Dumpty Twitter account shared this great BTS shot of Stephen Walters and Andrew as they’re entering the edit process on their short film about Tommy Quickly.
Good luck, Andrew & Stephen, and please keep us updated! We cannot wait to hear and see more!
We found a small update on Running Naked, the movie Andrew Gower filmed last summer alongside Matthew McNulty (Misfits, Black Work) and Tamzin Merchant (Carnival Row, Ark), and directed by Victor Buhler, on the production company’s website:
(Source: NoW Films)
Great to hear post-productions is going well and that we should be able to see Running Naked later in 2019. Together with the release of Midsomer Murders (UK premiere), Poldark and Carnival Row, this is shaping up to be a great year for all of Andrew’s fans!
Andrew announced today on Twitter that he and Stephen Walters wrapped filming their documentary Humpty Dumpty about English singer Tommy Quickly, and they’re about to enter the editing process.
They will also send out the perks to their backers who supported Humpty Dumpty on Kickstarter.
Congratulations, Andrew and Stephen!
We cannot wait to see the finished product and are in no doubt that it will be an absolute treat with the two of you at the helm!
With simultaneous posts on Instagram, Andrew Gower, Tamzin Merchant and Barney Douglas announced their new project today. They recently filmed short film Ark near Horndal, Sweden at the Smens Experience Retreat.
Andrew and Tamzin previously worked together on Carnival Row and Running Naked which are both scheduled to be released this year.
Not much else is known about the project yet but we’ll let you know as soon as we find out more!
Follow Andrew Gower, Tamzin Merchant and Barney Douglas on Instagram and visit our Ark Gallery.
After backers of Humpty Dumpty received an update via e-mail last week, Stephen Walters took to Twitter today to let everyone know that the “Tommy Quickley project is on its way” and promised a first look at his and Andrew’s upcoming documentary about the English singer soon.
Follow Humpty Film on Twitter for more updates! (but we’ll keep you updated here as well!)
Happy Halloween to all our ghouls and boos! 👻 We hope you’re having a spooktacular day!!! 🎃 (if you’re celebrating this holiday – if not, we still hope you have a great day anyway!)
A perfect treat for the day (not a trick, we swear!) is catching up on some of Andrew Gower‘s past projects with supernatural themes.
Our picks are as follows: Continue reading “Happy Halloween!”
Andrew Gower is one of the confirmed guests for BAFTA Scotland award ceremony on Sunday, 4 November 2018 in Glasgow, where he will no doubt represent Black Mirror and support his “Crocodile” co-star Kiran Sonia Sawar who is nominated in the Best Actress category.
He’ll also be re-united with his Fear the Lord co-star Sophie Kennedy Clark, as well as Outlander actors Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin.
The British Academy Scotland Awards will be hosted by Edith Bowman at Radisson Blu Glasgow and will be streamed live on Facebook at 19.00, Sunday 4 Nov, preceded by clips of live carpet highlights hosted by Sanjeev Kohli from 17.00 on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
(Source: BAFTA Scotland)
The Tall Tale of Urchin is a fine example of Andrew Gower’s voice acting work.
We think there’s definitely a likeness between Andrew and his animated character Mudlark (and he makes such an adorable merboy!) that we couldn’t resist screencapping this wonderful animated short film by Hamish Steele.
Visit our gallery to see all screencaps!
Writer / director Leoni Tenius (Blessed are They that Fear the Lord) replied to a question to her Instagram post where she shared a “Behind the Scenes” shot from the Fear the Lord set last year.
So let’s hope the trailer will be out very soon!
Leoni Tenius is also involved in a new IndieGoGo project called Neext! You can follow Neext! on Facebook and Twitter, and there’s still time to support the crowdfunding as well. Her mini bio includes an excited bit of news for Fear the Lord:
Leoni Tenius is a director from Berlin. Following up to 5 years in the German film industry as an actress she went on to study at the Met Film School London where she graduated with First Honours in Practical Filmmaking. Leoni has won the Zoom Award for the Best International Film for her first short film Kriegskind (Child of War), as well as the Imagining the Imaginarium Competition chaired by Andy Serkis and since then has directed and edited several live action and motion capture short films with Serkis’ The Imaginarium Studios. Her last short [Blessed are They that Fear the Lord] starring BAFTA winner Sophie Kennedy Clark is currently in development for a feature.
(Source: Neext! on IndieGoGo)
We’re really hoping that Fear the Lord can get the funding to be turned into a full feature length film, and that Andrew Gower can reprise his role as James O’Harry.
Leoni Tenius (writer, director and co-producer of Blessed are They that Fear the Lord) posted this “behind the scenes” shot from the set of her independent short film taken in Shrewsbury, Shropshire (UK) last year.
Pictured are Sophie Kennedy Clark (who plays the main character Ada), Leoni Tenius and Andrew Gower (who plays James O’Harry).
Thank you very much for this photo, Leoni Tenius!
German composer Florian Erlbeck has released two tracks from the official Blessed are They that Fear the Lord soundtrack. You can find them on his website alongside a stunning new picture of Sophie Kennedy Clark as Ada.
If you are not on Twitter, you might have missed some of the wonderful things attendees had to say about Andrew’s appearance at Outlander Vegas convention on 13 and 14 July 2018.
Read some of the tweets, which also include tidbits from the panels and information about Andrew’s and Stephen Walters’ upcoming project Humpty Dumpty, and check out the pictures he took with happy fans and other pictures from the event:
Continue reading “Outlander Vegas Reviews on Twitter”
As part of their joint panel on Friday 13 July 2018 at Creation’s Outlander Vegas conventions, Andrew and Stephen Walters sang one of the songs they wrote for their documentary Humpty Dumpty.
You can now watch the full video of their performance of “Do You Remember” on YouTube!
Our gallery has been updated with complete sets of pictures from Andrew’s panels with co-stars Stephen Walters and Stanley Weber at the Outlander Vegas convention last weekend. It sure looks like everyone had a great time!
Outlander Vegas Gallery
Please feel free to use and share our pictures but we’d kindly ask you to not remove the watermark and give proper credit to us. In case of doubt or if you prefer an un-watermarked version, please contact us first!
NoW Films Ltd, the company producing Andrew’s upcoming film Running Naked, recently released the first two promo stills featuring the two leads Andrew Gower and Matthew McNulty.
Check out our Running Naked Gallery for more pictures (as soon as they become available).
The Facebook page for Andrew’s upcoming film Running Naked released this adorable Behind The Scenes photo of the two leads Andrew Gower and Matthew McNulty.
Follow Running Naked on Instagram and Facebook for more information.
Of course we’ll also provide you with all news concerning Running Naked and Andrew’s other projects here and through all our Social Media outlets.
According to Andrew’s latest Instagram post, Running Naked wrapped this weekend.
Congratulations to the entire cast and crew of Running Naked!
According to IMDb, Andrew will play the role of Ben in Running Naked, a film written and directed by Victor Buhler. Ben is a man who “has devolved into obsessional recluse” and “whose life is a series of obsessive habits”. Together with lifelong friend Mark (played by Matthew McNulty) the two “rediscover their spirit of adventure” when Mark is forced to “reassess his life” which leads him to “risk everything he has in order to break Ben out of his shell”.
(Source: NoW Films)
Tamzin Merchant and Sacha Parkinson also star in the film which is produced by NoW (North of Watford) Films and scheduled to be released in 2019.
Follow us to receive updates on Running Naked as soon as we get them!
Online Indie magazine “The Italian Rêve” published an interview with Andrew Gower today in which they talked about his motivations for being an actor as well as his recent work on Outlander, Black Mirror and Carnival Row.
We got some more information on Ezra Spurnrose, Andrew’s character in Carnival Row, and Andrew confirms he will be a series regular.
He also gave us an update on Humpty Dumpty, the documentary about Merseybeats singer Tommy Quickly that he is developing with fellow Liverpudlian actor Stephen Walters.
We filmed a lot of it but it has been delayed and we are hoping to have something to show people by the end of this year.
(Source: The Italian Rêve)
Read the full interview on The Italian Rêve website and visit our gallery for pictures from the photo shoot!
Andrew has been cast in a new short film called Blessed are Those that Fear the Lord which was financed via Kickstarter earlier this summer. Filming apparently wrapped two months ago on 21 August 2017.
We’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn more about this.
Congratulations, Andrew, we cannot wait to see you as James!
Andrew joined Outlander author Diana Gabaldon in a panel at Denver Comic Con. The duo answered some question from the moderator but also the audience covering topics such as Outlander (of course), but also Andrew’s former band Emerson and his current Kickstarter campaign for Humpty Dumpty.
Visit our Gallery for more pictures from the convention!
Finally re-united, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters posted this video on Twitter to thank their fans with their very own version of the popular Beatles song “Don’t let me down” for the continued support of their “passion project” Humpty Dumpty on Kickstarter. The campaign reached an amazing £15,000 recently.
The Kickstarter page will remain open until 8 July 2017 and please keep tweeting and re-tweeting the link! More support, financially and by sharing the link on Social Media will be a “huge help” to Andrew and Stephen and their micro-budget film!
Ross Owen chats to actor Andrew Gower about his role as Bonnie Prince Charlie in Outlander and about his forthcoming project with Stephen Walters Humpty Dumpty.
After only two days, Andrew Gower‘s and Stephen Walters‘ Kickstarter campaign for Humpty Dumpty, a documentary about fellow Liverpudlian musician Tommy Quickly, hits its projected target of £ 10,000.
Andrew thanked the fans and his co-stars, who supported the campaign in this video on Twitter, saying he and Stephen Walters were “blown away” by the response.
The Kickstarter page will remain open until 8 July 2017 and more support, financially and by sharing the link on Social Media, is appreciated and will be a “huge help” to Andrew and Stephen and their micro-budget film.
ETA: Stephen also posted a seperate “thank you” video to the fans:
A little earlier than predicted Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters were finally able to let the “cat” out of the bag, and we’re not surprised to find a Beatles connection:
Their joint venture is a Kickstarter campaign for Humpty Dumpty, a full length feature doctumentary about Liverpoolian singer Tommy Quickly, a member of the Merseybeat music scene of the 1960s.
> > > Check out their campaign on Kickstarter! < < <
Treat yourself to one of the awesome perks and support our two Scousers!
Andrew and Stephen, good luck to both of you! 🤞
Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters announced today a slight delay in their announcement of their first joint venture Humpty Dumpty with a video on Twitter.
They are really keeping us on our toes, but always a pleasure to see those two together!
Andrew voices one of the characters in The Tall Tales of Urchin, an animated short film by London based Animation Director and Comic-Book artist Hamish Steele.
This hilarious short film was released today on vimeo where you can watch it for free. Andrew’s distinctive voice is easily recognizable as Mudlark’s.
Visit our Gallery for more screencaps from this short film!
On Friday, 8 May 2015, Rosewater had its theatrical release in the UK, which means we’re getting a few more reviews from British TV critics.
7 May 2015
- Peter Bradshaw for The Guardian
Stewart has made a very credible feature-film debut, as writer/director of this shrewd and heartfelt movie about the ordeal of Tehran-born BBC journalist Maziar Bahari, who was detained without trial, tortured and interrogated as an alleged US spy for 118 days. The case was prominently taken up on The Daily Show. Stewart has created a humane black tragicomedy […]
(Source: The Guardian)
10 May 2015
- Mark Kermode for The Guardian
Explaining that “the original impetus for the film came from my own feelings of guilt and atonement over what happened to him in Iran”, Stewart offers a powerfully vindicating account of Bahari’s Kafkaesque ordeal. […] Directorially, it’s nuts-and-bolts fare, the imagined apparition of Bahari’s father (Haluk Bilginer) being one of its few stylistic flourishes. But the story is engrossing and enraging, and Stewart takes care to remind us that the real victims of oppressive regimes are those who live with them on a daily basis.
(Source: The Guardian)
13 May 2015Rupert Hawksley for The Telegraph
Based on Bahari’s bestselling memoir, this is a dignified and vital first film from American satirist Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show and a vociferous campaigner for the journalist’s release. […]
For all the earnestness, however, this is not po-faced cinema. It is cinema that matters. Some of the encounters between Bahari (Gael Garcia Bernal) and his ignorant torturer, known only as Rosewater (Kim Bodnia), are deliberately comic, which allows Stewart to show us that humanity flickers within even the darkest souls. […] This remarkable film is a tribute to the bravery of foreign correspondents and a love letter to democracy.
(Source: The Telegraph)
We got a few more reviews of Rosewater after its theatrical release on 7 November 2014:
13 November 2014
- Richard Corliss for Time Magazine
[…] Jon Stewart’s movie […] admits a saving sense of humor and proportion to the ordeals of its real-life protagonist. […]
More important, the first time adaptor-director has created a fine film with few surprises but a genuine grasp of the director’s craft. Shot in Jordan by ace indie cinematographer Bobby Bukowski (The Messenger, The Iceman), the movie has a sharp grasp of time and place […]
You may quibble with the international caste of Stewart’s casting: the Mexican García Bernal as Bahari […] That question matters less, given the strong and expertly judged performances all around — especially García Bernal’s nuanced juggling act of anger and anguish, hope and despair.
The virtue of this movie is its commitment to political ambiguity and emotional truth. […] Though not really a comedy, Rosewater is a demonstration of the creed behind The Daily Show: belief in the crucial need for impious wit against entrenched power. The freedom of the press is also the freedom to depress, and to inspire.
- Peter Travers for Rolling Stones Magazine
That the movie is as tense and chilling as it is owes much to Stewart’s keen eye for the way humor surfaces even in the dark places. […] Mexican actor Gael García Bernal plays Bahari. He’s exceptional in his scenes with the first-rate Kim Bodnia. Kudos to Stewart for making Rosewater more than an earnest plea for journalistic freedom. He makes it personal.
(Source: Rolling Stone Magazine)
- Manohla Dargis for The New York Times
Among its virtues, “Rosewater,” the directorial debut of Jon Stewart, is an argument for filmmakers to start their trade after they’ve looked beyond the limits of their own horizons. […] Mr. Stewart’s interest in the material is obviously personal, but his movie transcends mere self-interest.
(Source: The New York Times)
24 November 2014
- David Denby for The New Yorker
It also comes across as a satirist’s impassioned bid to promote global sanity. In “Rosewater,” Stewart suggests that a government that will not tolerate humor is capable of the worst tyrannies.
(Source: The New Yorker)
Here’s an interview with writer/director Jon Stewart on the origins of Rosewater at the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival).
Manjinder Virk’s short film, Out of Darkness, is now available to
rent or buy from Vimeo. The film costs $0.99 to rent or $1.99 to buy.
Currently the film is only available to buy on Amazon Video (£1.49 for the SD version, £1.99 for HD). It’s also available in other countries.
Here’s a first set of press reviews to Andrew’s new movie Rosewater, in which he plays “Jimmy the Avid Editor” in one scene.
Rosewater stars Gael Garcia Bernal as Maziar Bahari, Kim Bodnia, Haluk Bilginer, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Golshifteh Farahani, Dimitri Leonidas, Claire Foy, Nasser Faris and Amir El-Masry.
It’s never the wrong time to protest tyranny, unjust imprisonment, torture and totalitarian tactics. The Daily Show host Jon Stewart‘s debut as a feature-film director is motivated above all to do just that and does it in a capable, straightforward manner.
(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
The punishing ordeal of Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari — imprisoned for 118 days on charges of espionage — is brought to the screen with impressive tact and intelligence by writer-director Jon Stewart in “Rosewater,” an alternately somber and darkly funny drama […]
Indiewire have announced the first films that will be shown at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, and that list includes the premiere of Rosewater.
You can buy ticket packages now, otherwise single tickets will go on sale on 31 August.
The screenings take place on 8 and 9 September 2014, and can be seen in detail here.
Further screenings will be announced as and when we get them.
Out of Darkness will screen as part of the ‘Perception’ session at the East End Film Festival in London on 23 June. The screening will take place at the Genesis Cinema and tickets will be available soon from here.
You can read a full list of the shorts that are being screened during the session at the East End Film Festival website.
Open Road Films has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to Jon Stewart’s directorial debut, Rosewater, with plans to release the film this fall.
(Source: Entertainment Weekly, 12 May 2014)
You can read more on the story here. We’ll have more info as soon as we receive it.
According to Deadline.com, Jon Stewart’s Rosewater is close to securing a rights deal with Open Road Films.
Read more here.
Out of Darkness will have its Japanese premiere at the Short Shorts Film Festival in June 2014.
Read more here (text is in Japanese).
ASFF have published the screening times for Out of Darkness over the weekend of 8 – 10 November. They are as follows:
- Friday 8 November: Kings Manor, 10.00pm-11.30am
- Saturday 9 November: Kings Manor 1, 8.30pm-10.00pm
- Sunday 10 November: Kings Manor 1, 11.15am-12.45pm
There will be six films screened in these time slots in total. Out of Darkness is almost 13 minutes long.
More information can be seen in the programme (page 58).
Out of Darkness will screen at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York, between 8 – 10 November 2013.
We have been informed by Aesthetica that the film will screen every day. Tickets are available for either the whole 3 days, or individually for Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
The London screenings were sold out within 24 hours so if you want to catch this film this is currently the only way to do it.
Further screening news will be announced as and when we receive it.
Follow Hundreds of Souls on Twitter for updates and info.
The film Rosewater, in which Andrew Gower features as “Jimmy the avid editor”, has wrapped production, The Hollywood Reporter states. Director Jon Stewart will travel to the Toronto Film Festival this weekend to pitch the film.
It has been announced that Out of Darkness, the short film in which Andrew Gower appears alongside actors such as Tom Hiddleston, Riz Ahmed and Christine Bottomley, will premiere at the BFI on Thursday 17 October. It will also screen at Screen on the Green on the afternoon of Saturday 19 October. Tickets can be purchased from the BFI from 20 September.
Follow Out of Darkness on Facebook and Twitter for more updates.
Mango Films have tweeted that the first Out of Darkness trailer will be released on 7 May.
Follow @HundredsofSouls on Twitter for all the latest news. We will of course post a link to the trailer here as soon as we get it.
The first poster for Manjinder Virk‘s short film Out of Darkness has been released, featuring a striking image of Tom Hiddleston.
You can see the full image and more in our Gallery.
Follow Out of Darkness on Twitter for updates about the film.
Andrew is involved in a new independent short film by Manjinder Virk titled Out of Darkness. Manjinder played the role of Mullery’s love interest Sally Fortune in season 1 of Monroe so we are excited to see them working together again.
Tom Hiddleston, Monica Dolan, Jimmy Akingbola, Christine Bottomley, Riz Ahmed, Asheq Akhtar and Noma Dumezweni are also involved in the film.
There are very few details available about the film at present as it is still in post-production, but you can follow the Twitter account for updates, and we will of course update here when any more news is released.
Andrew’s showreel has been added to his Spotlight CV; it includes some great clips from Frankenstein’s Wedding, Monroe and Being Human. You can watch it below:
Keep an eye on his Vimeo page as well as there are also the “Wires” and “Make This Go On Forever” clips from Frankenstein’s Wedding on there – more may be added in the future.
You can view Andrew’s Spotlight CV here.
Frankenstein’s Wedding was last night beaten in the “Sport and Live Event” category at the BAFTAs by The Royal Wedding.
Congratulations to Meredith Chambers, Eleanor Moran, Richard Fell and Pat Connor on the nomination!
You can read the full list of winners here and see the programme featuring the full nominations here.
Frankenstein’s Wedding has been nominated for a BAFTA in the “Sport and Live Event” category.
Good luck to Meredith Chambers, Eleanor Moran, Richard Fell and Pat Connor!
The award ceremony will take place on Sunday, 27 May 2012 at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
At the end of the live performance of Frankenstein’s Wedding, the cast performed a choreographed dance which also saw Andrew singing the first few lines of Make You Feel My Love. The most spectacular part of the dance however, was the audience joining in with the dance. They had been taught the dance previously and seeing 12,000 people performing it in unison is something to behold.
As an aside, the look on Andrew’s face when he looks out over the crowd at the end is absolutely wonderful!
As part of Frankenstein’s Wedding, Andrew sang Athlete’s Wires (and made every girl there wish she was up there in that plastic box with him!). Thanks to YouTube user symanleedsuk you can watch it again here:
He also sang Snow Patrol’s Make It Go On Forever which is an incredibly beautiful song, he really does it justice. Again thanks to symanleedsuk you can watch it here:
If you like Andrew’s vocals on the Frankenstein’s Wedding songs, you can also hear him in his own band Emerson – pop over to the Emerson page on this site to hear some of their tracks.
The Daily Mail reported about Frankenstein’s Wedding prior to the show’s happening on Saturday, 19 March 2011.
The article mentions Andrew:
Newcomer Andrew Gower, who plays Dr Frankenstein, is darting around the abbey’s passageway, eager to establish the shortest route from his character’s laboratory to the church. “I have a scene in the laboratory followed immediately by one in the church, and the distance between the two is pretty much the entire length of the abbey,” he says.
Digital Spy have uploaded an interview with the cast of Frankenstein’s Wedding, including interviews with Andrew as well as David Harewood and Lacey Turner.
The Liverpool Echo have published a long interview with Andrew following the screening of the first episode of Monroe and previewing next month’s Frankenstein’s Wedding. It also covers his life in Liverpool before he left to attend the Oxford School of Drama, and Andrew talks about his love for The Beatles and his music project Emerson.
Read the full interview here.
Lacey Turner and David Harewood joined the BBC Breakfast team to discuss Frankenstein’s Wedding. Andrew is not part of the interview but it’s still an interesting watch.
Another video diary, this time from Frankenstein’s monster, with a lovely scene featuring Andrew and Lacey Turner.
The BBC’s press office have issued a press release about Frankenstein’s Wedding. You can read it here.