"I love putting these old TV comedies on stage because they were hugely popular and have a wide appeal, not only to people that know the shows, but with the humour that spans generations," Andrew said. "There are challenges, such as some of the effects in the second act that I'm still trying to get my head around."
"I love bringing shows to life and get a real kick out of watching actors embody their characters," Andrew said. "With Are You Being Served? I need to push my actors to study the show and their characters to get as close to the real thing as possible. But essentially I just want to make the show as funny as I possibly can with the audience going along for the ride."
"The voice is the hardest part because I have quite a deep voice and have to raise it a few octaves. It's also exciting to play someone unlike me because it creates more of a challenge."
Acting while at school, Sean's initial preference was working backstage but in the past few years, he has been bitten by the acting bug. He previously has appeared in two Noel Coward plays, Hands Across The Sea and Relative Values, at Melville Theatre and several versions of the award-winning The Broken Slipper at Playlovers, Stirling and Limelight Theatres and Fringe World.