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The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber
Andrew Lloyd Webber
About the Really Useful Group(RUG)
Phantom and Cats
Joseph,Superstar,Starlight,Evita,& Sunset
Aspects,Bombay,Jeeves,Game,Song,& Sunday
Woman in White & Whistle Down the Wind

Aspects,Bombay,Jeeves,Game,Song,& Sunday

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Aspects of Love

With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart, Aspects of Love opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre on April 17, 1989 and subsequently on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre on April 8, 1990.

Aspects of Love was first produced at the Prince of Wales' Theatre, London on 17 April 1989 where it ran for 1,325 performances, finally closing on 20 June 1992.


The cast included Ann Crumb, Michael Ball and Kevin Colson. During the run, principal cast members included Sarah Brightman, Susannah Fellowes, Helen Hobson, Barrie Ingham, David Malek and Michael Praed. A replica production, in which the original principals reprised their roles, was mounted at the Broadhurst Theatre, New York on 8 April 1990. It ran for 376 performances and closed on 2 March 1991.


There have been numerous productions including a tour in the UK, as well as presentations in Canada, the United States, Japan, Germany and Australia.


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Bombay Dreams

Bombay Dreams combines the glamour of the movies,
heart-aching romance and epic spectacle.

With the self penned hits Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Cats and The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber has for over 30 years conquered the world with his popular and ground-breaking approach to musical entertainment. Now, as producer of Bombay Dreams, with music by phenomenal Indian composer A R Rahman, he rewrites the history books once more.

A feast for the sense, Bombay Dreams combines the glamour of the movies, heart-aching romance and epic spectacle. It tells the story of Akaash, a young slum dweller, who dreams of becoming a huge movie star, and of his fateful encounter with beautiful Priya, the daughter of one of Bollywood's greatest film directors. Can he achieve his dream of stardom or will this come at a price? Will Akaash and Priya's love survive? And will they find, like in all the best Bollywood movies, their happy ending?

Stunningly conceived and featuring a brilliant script by Meera Syal with lyrics by Don Black, Bombay Dreams is a unique fusion of talent from the worlds of stage, film, TV and contemporary music. Add to this lush production design and spectacular choreography and the result is both breathtaking and totally unmissable.

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By Jeeves

Farcical site gags, nimble word-play, ingenious staging and thirteen delightful songs composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn.



The Beautiful Game

Life is just beginning for a group of teenagers. Amongst them are Father O'Donnel's football team including Del and John who both have enough talent to make it big. Their girlfriends, Mary and Christine are dreaming about what to do with their lives and worrying about the way their world is changing. Yearning for a time when they can live and love in peace, they all learn that to escape from bigotry and intolerance will take all the courage they can muster.

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton's musical is the story of ordinary people in an extraordinary situation. The Beautiful Game follows the fortunes of a group of teenagers, all members of a local soccer team, and their friends.

Under the watchful eye of team coach Father O'Donnel, John and Del both show enough promise to pursue careers as professional footballers.

They're just two regular teenagers who dream of nothing more than girls and football. When they find love with Mary and Christine, they become swept up in the events that engulf their community and as time passes each one of them has to decide whether or not to follow their hearts.

Ben Elton tells their story with humour and compassion and his lyrics are both funny and heartbreaking. Andrew Lloyd Webber's evocative new score combines heart searing ballads and stirring anthems with the sounds of Ireland. This powerful and passionate musical is a joyous celebration of the freedom that love can bring.

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Song and Dance

After opening in London in 1982, Song and Dance went on to play on Broadway and was subsequently presented in Australia, the USA , Germany Switzerland, Austria, Norway and Holland.

The album Variations was launched in 1978. Based on Paganini's Caprice in A minor the recording featured Andrew Lloyd Webber's cellist brother Julian and a number of the rock world's leading musicians.

In 1982, this work was combined with Tell Me on a Sunday (an Andrew Lloyd Webber/Don Black song cycle) to produce the musical Song & Dance which opened at the Palace Theatre in London on 26 March 1982 for a run of 781 performances, closing 31 March 1984 . Tell Me on a Sunday was sung by Marti Webb originally and subsequently by, amongst others, Gemma Craven, Carol Nielsson, Lulu and Liz Robertson.

Variations choreographed by
Anthony van Laast was danced by an electric team of dancers including Wayne Sleep, Graham Fletcher, Sandy Strallen, Linda Mae Brewer and Jane Darling.

Song & Dance was subsequently presented in Australia , the USA , Germany Switzerland, Austria , Norway and Holland .

In a slightly rewritten form, the show ran on Broadway for over a year to great public response. 1987 saw the worldwide release of a new orchestral version of Variations together with an orchestral tone poem Aurora written by Andrew Lloyd Webber's father.

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Tell Me On A Sunday
Following the extended West End season, starring Denise Van Outen, the new production toured the UK, starring either Marti Webb, Patsy Palmer or Faye Tozer...  depending on the venue...

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's classic Tell Me On A Sunday charts the course of a young English girl newly arrived in New York . Brimming with optimism, she sets out to seek success, companionship and, of course, love. But as she weaves her way through the maze of the city and her own anxieties, frustrations and heartaches she begins to wonder whether - in fact - she's been looking for love in all the wrong places.

Tell Me on a Sunday was originally a hit album and television special written for Marti Webb in 1979. Subsequently it was seen on in London and on Broadway as one half of Song & Dance. The 2003/4 West End production featured many of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's most famous and poignant songs, including the title song, Take That Look Off Your Face and Unexpected Song . Tell Me on a Sunday was expanded to a whole evening's entertainment and also featured five brand new songs written especially for the production.

~~Memory...all alone in the moonlight...~~