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’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.
The lovely ladies at Omnia, a free online zine, have included an article about Andrew Gower in their latest edition.
He’s very unassuming, small and skinny and rather awkward, but he’s an excellent actor, very emotive and funny, and absolutely deserving of everything good that comes his way.
You said it Daisy and Nancy! You can read it 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.