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    Michael Ball stars in a 21st century reimagining of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical about love that traverses countries and generations.

    A major revival of Lloyd Webber’s romance

    Michael Ball returns to the West End for a complex love story that spans 17 years and multiple generations, as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rich and moving Aspects of Love is reimagined for the 21st century.

    When Alex meets captivating but frustrated actress Rose, the pair embark on a passionate affair and retreat to his Uncle George’s villa in Pau. But soon George arrives from Paris, and everything changes…

    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love musical is a romantic and at times tragic story about a tangled web of relationships, featuring the iconic songs “Love Changes Everything” and “Seeing is Believing”. This new revival is directed by Jonathan Kent (Gypsy; Singin’ in the Rain).

    Michael Ball, who starred as young romantic Alex during the musical’s West End premiere in 1989, plays Uncle George, with further Aspects of Love He is joined by Jamie Bogyo (Moulin Rouge! The Musical) as Alex.

    Passion, desire, deceit, and longing tie six people together as they move between the metropolitan streets of Paris and the remote Pyrenees mountains; book Aspects of Love tickets to join them on their life-changing journey.

    Sorry this show closed 19 August 2023, we recommend these similar productions.

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    Performance dates:
    10 Nov 2023 - 19 Aug 2023
    Running time:
    2 hours and 20 minutes including an interval.
    Age recommendation:
    Best for age 12+
    Audience Notes:
    Please note Michael Ball will not appear in Monday performances from 29 May onwards. From 5 June the role of George will be played on Mondays by Dave Willetts.

    The appearance of any performer cannot be guaranteed, and is always subject to illness, injury and statutory holiday entitlement.

    Latest Audience Reviews

    Set was well put together. Acting and singing were both fantastic although Michael Ball was not i... More

    Of course there's only really one song of note. The acting and singing are good but for an Andrew... More

    Dated and should have stayed in the '80s as it's perfect for the Dynasty/Danielle Steel/cheesy ro... More

    Sadly a disappointing show overall. Great cast but it felt lacking in depth and felt stuck in its... More

    The plot ranges across many years and travels constantly around Europe. Impressively designed to... More

    Show was slightly bizarre plot wise but performances were extraordinary. The score is beautiful,... More

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