The musical theatre impresario said he felt privileged to have been able to meet the Queen on several occasions over the years.
The musical producer did not attend the closing night of his show but sent a letter to be read on stage, which was met with boos from the audience.
The star is currently 10th in the Sunday Times Music Rich List - with Sir Paul McCartney in first place.
The star opened up during a chat about grudges on 'Steph's Packed Lunch'.
The theatre impresario has been vocal throughout the pandemic about its impact on the industry.
The musical impresario said the government needs to understand the value of theatre to the economy, as it 'cannot function with this current system'.
The composer and theatre impresario has been vocal about the impact of the pandemic on the theatre industry.
The 73-year-old producer said he will not delay reopening his theatres any longer – even if it means breaking the law.
The 73-year-old composer compared vaccine refusers to drink drivers who end up killing people by accident.
The theatre industry has been hit hard by the pandemic.
Major industry figures have warned the new rules will have a dire impact on theatres.
Johannes Radebe, Gorka Marquez and Giovanni Pernice got the show started in style.
The composer is taking part in the Oxford vaccine trial.
The theatre impresario said he'd do anything to prove theatres could reopen safely.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber show was the second-longest-running musical in London.
Cinderella will open in London's West End in September 2020.
You better clear out your diaries, because Liam Payne is reportedly at the top of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s dream cast wishlist for his reboot of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat on the West End. “Andrew has told those involved that his dream signing is Liam. If the 1D dreamboat steps into the dreamcoat, it won’t be the first time that Lord Webber has recruited a pop star to take centre stage in the show inspired by the Bible’s Book of Genesis.
You must, of course, remember the drama way back when Nicole Scherzinger ditched Cats for The X Factor? Yes, the West End world was positively frothing at the mouth with fury when Nicole decided to up sticks and nestle back into the V-necked bosom of Simon Cowell’s judging panel, and abandon Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s musical – which resulted in Sir Andy going on one hell of a rant, claiming that his former pal had made him look like a right old ‘tw*t’. Anyway, whilst things were a little ropey between the pair, it appears like times a great healer – because now, according to Nicole, things are all good between them.
The Katdashians tells the tale of a “clan of internet famous cats torn apart by fame, family and friskies’ but it apparently uses “no less than six songs from Cats” - Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hugely popular, long-running musical. Thankfully the creators aren’t willing to go to court over the matter and have agreed to remove the copyrighted material from their production.
It is unlikely that Nicole Scherzinger will ever get another shot at working on Broadway after she ditched her role in Cats, says Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Nicole Scherzinger has responded to recent comments made by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who seems pretty angry that she’s ditched a role in Broadway’s ‘Cats’ to reportedly return to The X Factor. Legendary composer Andrew first shared his views on Nicole pulling out of ‘Cats’ with The Economist Radio, saying: “A week before we go into rehearsal on Broadway, which luckily I’m not producing, she calls me and tells me she’s decided to do X Factor, having agreed to do everything.