Michael Ball to star in ‘Aspects of Love’
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical returns to the West End.
The two-time Olivier Award-winning actor Michael Ball will return to the West End to star in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love. Aspects of Love will begin previews at the Lyric Theatre on 12 May, ahead of an official opening on 25 May and performances to 11 November. Book Aspects of Love tickets on London Theatre.
Aspects of Love follows individuals caught in romantic entanglements over 17 years. Aspects of Love premiered in the West End in 1989 and ran for 1,325 performances. Ball played Alex in the 1989 Aspects of Love at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
Jonathan Kent directs Michael Ball in Aspects of Love, with a book by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart. Find out more about Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals.
“Aspects of Love holds a very special place in my heart. I am absolutely delighted to revisit Andrew Lloyd Webber’s glorious score in a re-imagined chamber production in the West End… We are just at the start of our journey so the big question is will I be singing my favourite song Love Changes Everything – what do you think? All will be revealed soon…” said Ball.
Michael Ball will not perform on Monday performances of Aspects of Love.
Who is Michael Ball?
Michael Ball is an actor, singer and broadcaster. He played Marius in the original cast of Les Miserables, and later starred as Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera. He’s given Oliiver-winning performances as Edna Turnblad in Hairspray and as the title character in Sweeney Todd.
Aspects of Love is at the Lyric Theatre.
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Photo credit: Michael Ball (Photo courtesy of production)
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