Laura Pitt-Pulford Jamie Bogyo
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‘My eyes welled, my heart melted’

The Sunday Times

‘Michael Ball blows us away all over again’

Daily Mail

‘Incredible vocal performances’

City AM

‘Exquisite, superbly performed’

New York Times

‘Classy revival’

The Telegraph

‘A spectacular production’

The Observer

The strictly limited season of Aspects of Love will end at the Lyric Theatre on 19th August 2023 prior to the company’s summer break.

“Michael Ball blows us away all over again” (Daily Mail) in this “Classy revival” (The Telegraph) of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s celebrated musical Aspects of Love playing at the Lyric Theatre for a strictly limited season.

Joining Michael Ball will be Olivier nominated “the stellar, achingly vulnerable” (Independent) Laura Pitt-Pulford (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Sunset Boulevard), Jamie Bogyo (Moulin Rouge! The Musical) and Danielle de Niese (Man of La Mancha and It’s a Wonderful Life English National Opera).

This “Exquisitely produced and superbly performed” (New York Times) production takes you from the cobbled streets of Paris, through the French countryside to the splendours of Venice in a sweeping romantic story of passion, love, betrayal and heartbreak across three generations.

In post war France, beautiful actress Rose Vibert finds herself homeless and penniless after her hoped-for career break play closes early. Invited to a country villa by a love struck young American, Alex Dillingham, she impulsively accepts. When unexpectedly interrupted by Alex’s distinguished uncle George, everything changes.

Discover how love – in its many forms – truly does change everything.

With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart, based on the novel by David Garnett, Aspects of Love is directed by Jonathan Kent.



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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 

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