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Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber is a musical theatre composer and founder of The Really Useful Group. Lloyd Webber has has productions performed extensively on Broadway and in London’s West End. His previous productions include The Phantom of the Opera, School of Rock, Jesus Christ Superstar, Cats, Evita, and Sunset Boulevard.

Andrew Lloyd Webber will join composer Howard Goodall in conversation about musical theatre for a new six-part series coming to radio station Classic FM. The...

When Andrew Lloyd Webber’s adaptation of Wilkie Collins’ 19th century mystery novel premiered at the West End's Palace Theatre in 2004 it was not...

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s foundation has awarded £75,000 to the National Youth Theatre Rep Company in its latest round of grants. Awarded over three years, the...

Previews began last week for Young Marx, the inaugural production at the new Bridge Theatre beside Tower Bridge, ahead of its official opening on...

Andrew Lloyd Webber has quit the House of Lords, where he was a Conservative peer, because of his theatre commitments. The composer was made a...

This mid-1970s collaboration between Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn was a notable early flop for both, closing after just 38 performances. Now Ayckbourn has...

Design in public areas of theatre to be restored to its 1812 glory Seating capacity to be reduced from 2,200 to 2,000 New...

Shell suits, big shoulder pads, Dallas, Margaret Thatcher, Starlight Express... remember the 1980s? For British theatre, the decade may be best remembered as the era...

The post-Edinburgh lull (before the storm of September openings) gave me an opportunity to catch my breath, theatre-wise, and finally see a slew of...
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