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Although Andrew Gower “always envisaged that [his] career would be on stage”, he has been in surprisingly few theatre productions (1984, Conquest of the South Pole) and rehearsed readings (Man Hours, Solid Air, etc.) professionally.

Frankenstein’s Wedding was a musical live event that was only performed once and simultaneously broadcast on television.

All his other stage appearances have been productions by the Oxford School of Drama.

1984 (Playhouse Theatre, West End, London)

Conquest of the South Pole (Arcola Theatre, London – Rose Theatre, Kingston)

First Time Voters (Bush Theatre, London)

Frankenstein’s Wedding (Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds)

Productions by the Oxford School of Drama:

After the Fall

As You Like It

The Country Wife


Mother in Law

Terror Tales

Time and the Conways

Rehearsed Readings:

Man Hours (Royal Court Theatre, London)

OK Tata Bye Bye (Royal Court Theatre, London)

Solid Air (The Drum Theatre, Plymouth)

Three Card Trick (Playhouse, Liverpool)

Weiss (Playhouse, Liverpool)