Lloyd Webber


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Lloyd Web·ber

 (wĕb′ər), Sir Andrew Born 1948.
British composer. His many popularly successful musicals include Jesus Christ Superstar (1971), Evita (1976), and The Phantom of the Opera (1986).

Lloyd Webber

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1. (Biography) Andrew, Baron Lloyd-Webber. born 1948, English composer. His musicals include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (1968), Jesus Christ Superstar (1970), and Evita (1978), all with lyrics by Tim Rice, and Cats (1981), Phantom of the Opera (1986), Sunset Boulevard (1993), and The Beautiful Game (2000)
2. (Biography) his brother, Julian. born 1951, British cellist
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Noun1.Lloyd Webber - English composer of many successful musicals (some in collaboration with Sir Tim Rice) (born in 1948)
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THEATRE goers purred with delight after seeing Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and producer Sir Trevor Nunn among the audience at a performance of Cats.
A LINE mocking Andrew Lloyd Webber in the musical I Can't Sing has been axed, because he owns the theatre where the show is running.
London, Aug 7 ( ANI ): English composer and musical theatre impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber has admitted that he was wrong to predict a West End "bloodbath" during the London Olympics, after figures showed takings for his theatres have risen by 25 per cent since the Games began.
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CASH-strapped theatres can apply for funding from a grants scheme which has received a boost from The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.