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Lloyd Webber in front of the Winter Garden. Photo: Bruce Glikas

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.

This week, Andrew Lloyd Webber unveiled further details of his plans for the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. He has outlined how the reopened theatre...

Andrew Lloyd Webber has revealed further details of the £45 million refurbishment of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, including plans to make the auditorium...

For all that both National Theatre of Scotland and National Theatre Wales both eschew the idea of being tied to a single theatrical home,...

Steve Tompkins, the Stirling Prize-winning architect behind the recently completed redevelopments of Battersea Arts Centre and Bristol Old Vic, has been named the most...

At 70, the composer shows no signs of flagging, with multiple shows running on Broadway, in the West End and internationally. In a special...

Most of the commercial West End is located in the borough of Westminster (a few theatres are in Camden). It is a major driver...

Andrew Lloyd Webber's theatre empire is embroiled in a row with Westminster City Council, after it demanded almost £280,000 in parking charges while work...

There was a buzz in the air at the Other Palace last week. What’s the buzz?, Tabard hears you ask. Well, here goes. Andrew...

The Palladium staged its first pantomime in 1914 and developed a tradition that brought the biggest stars to its stage. Nick Smurthwaite charts panto’s...
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