Andrew 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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She said the tweet from Lord Lloyd Webber was a ringing endorsement for the hard work of her beloved theatre group.
Tim, married to wife Angela, had been saved on Tuesday when Lord Lloyd Webber decided to axe Scottish performer Dirk Johnston.
The achievement was marked by Lord Lloyd Webber, known for writing hit musicals Phantom of the opera and Cats, who wrote to the society to express his congratulations.
Lord Lloyd Webber said he saved Lauren as she was better for the role of Dorothy.
A big sticking point for me, this was," the Telegraph quoted Lord Lloyd Webber as saying.
Ewen, who will don an outfit by British designer Amanda Wakeley for her performance, said of the entry which Lord Lloyd Webber penned with US songwriter Diane Warren: "I think it's going to (make) a huge difference.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has pledged to vote for the UK entry in next year's contest, even though Lord Lloyd Webber has yet to write the song.
Lord Lloyd Webber said he had an "impossible" choice but added: "I've got to make a decision and I've got to think of where the show ultimately for Cameron is going to go and I think I have to go with you Samantha.
We are delighted to be working with ARAMARK in developing our food and beverage business at Really Useful Theatres," said Lord Lloyd Webber.
His performance drew unanimous praise from the judging panel made up of Dawn French, Jason Donovan, Mel C, and Lord Lloyd Webber.
Lord Lloyd Webber was also in the audience at Salford's Lowry Lyric Theatre.
Including interviews with his wife, daughter, brother and friends Graham Norton, Arlene Phillips and Michael Ball, the documentary gets beneath the skin of Lord Lloyd Webber and reveals a side to him that's never been seen before.
It's been absolutely killing me trying to keep it a secret," said Sophie during yesterday's announcement alongside Lord Lloyd Webber at the Wales Millennium Centre (WMC) in Cardiff Bay.
AN award-winning TV director who has worked with John Travolta and Lord Lloyd Webber has joined a North East digital media and film company.
The lost gem was written 40 years ago by Lord Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice and has now been rediscovered.