Lloyd Webber

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English composer of many successful musicals (some in collaboration with Sir Tim Rice) (born in 1948)

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Scherzinger later said Lord Lloyd Webber had forgiven her, adding she could not wait to work with him again.
Professor Lloyd Webber, the newly appointed Principal of the Birmingham City University-run Conservatoire, joined fellow staff and development partners to celebrate the start of building work at the Eastside site.
He will be joined on stage by his cellist wife Jiaxin Lloyd Webber, and by pian W -ist Pam Chowhan, to perform work from across his varied, high-profile career.
The international cellist - and younger brother of theatre impressario Andrew Lloyd Webber - will be presenting clips of himself performing and chatting with many of the world famous artists he's worked with during his illustrious career, including Nigel Kennedy, Elton John, his brother and Yehudi Menuhin.
Julian Lloyd Webber is at the |Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl, on April 9 at 7.
The evening will include clips of him performing and chatting with many of the artists he's worked with during his illustrious career including Nigel Kennedy, Elton John, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Yehudi Menuhin, Katherine Jenkins and many more.
A tweet later said: "Andrew Lloyd Webber @OFFICIALALW Andrew was in Llandudno, last night @VenueCymru visiting the #CatsUKTour @CatsMusical - thank you for all your tweets
Worried executives dropped that part of the script, written by comedian Harry Hill, to avoid angering Lloyd Webber.
The ITV primetime show Superstar will give the UK public the chance to decide who will play the starring role of Jesus, with a panel of live show judges led by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The fund has been given pounds 125,000 from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, set up by the composer to support culture, heritage and art.
WORLD-renowned cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has slammed TV bosses for snubbing classical music - and called for brass bands to be championed on.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and the Pre-Raphaelites will look at the work of the group of artists and poets who scandalised 19th-century England.
ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, who became the biggest celebrity on the presentation podium so far this week when dishing out the gongs following the Norfolk Stakes, is the theatre world's biggest racing fan - but his lordship has no desire to use the sport as the backdrop to a musical.
The panel of judges including musical guru Lloyd Webber, EastEnders star John Partridge, singer Charl o t t e C h u r c h a n d actress Sheila Hancock.