Welcome to Andrew Scott Online, the first fan site for the actor Andrew Scott.

If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the ask box and someone will answer as soon as possible! You can also email info@andrew-scott-online.com

Please note: this site is run by fans and Andrew has no access to it, so he can't answer any questions.

 

Send a message to Andrew!

We’re putting together another fanbook! We’re looking for:

  • handwritten letters
  • artwork
  • cards
  • voice/video messages
  • anything else you can think of that’s suitable

Send your submissions to fanbook@andrew-scott-online.com - or if you’re sending a card or handwritten letter, email and ask for the postal address. Anything sent should be single-sided as it’ll be stuck into the book, but it can be as many pages as you like. If you’re sending a voice or video message, send it at the highest quality possible as it’ll be recorded onto CD/DVD.

We reserve the right to edit or reject any inappropriate submissions.

Current deadline is 9th July.

We’re also doing a fanbook for his co-star, James McArdle - visit James McArdle Online for details

Andrew speaks to Official London Theatre about E&G

“Jonathan [Kent, the director] said he’s never come across a bigger part, which made me want to vomit,” says Scott with a grin. “I think it’s because I don’t get much of a rest, I’m on stage quite a bit. But that’s the gig.”

In fact Scott has had so many lines to learn that until the morning we meet – six weeks into rehearsals – his head has been unable to hold anything else. “Actually this morning I listened to music for the first time in probably two months, because I sort of know the lines now, but before I just spent all my free time trying to learn the lines. There was no ability to be able to retain the noise of music.”

Click to read the interview in full at Official London Theatre’s website

Emperor & Galilean opens tomorrow!
The first preview performance of Emperor & Galilean is tomorrow night at the National Theatre. The play will preview until the 14th of June, with press night on the 15th, then it will run until 10th August.
If you haven’t already got your tickets or want to know more, visit the E&G page on the NT’s website.

Emperor & Galilean opens tomorrow!

The first preview performance of Emperor & Galilean is tomorrow night at the National Theatre. The play will preview until the 14th of June, with press night on the 15th, then it will run until 10th August.

If you haven’t already got your tickets or want to know more, visit the E&G page on the NT’s website.