Aspects of Love to close in August; new trailer released

The West End revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love starring Michael Ball is to close early at the Lyric Theatre in London.

Directed by Jonathan Kent, the show will now play to 19 August 2023.

The musical was originally booking to 11 November 2023. Ticket holders with dates between 21 August and 11 November will be contacted.

The show stars Michael Ball as George, Jamie Bogyo as Alex, Danielle de Niese as Giulietta, Laura Pitt Pulford as Alex, and Anna Unwin as Jenny.

Other cast include Rosemary Ashe (Elizabeth), Anthony Cable (Ensemble) Vinny Coyle (Hugo), Chumisa Dornford-May (Ensemble), Sophia Foroughi (Ensemble), Dickon Gough (Barker/Ensemble), Ben Heathcote (Co-Barker/Ensemble), Eu Jin Hwang (On Stage Swing), Daniel Jagusz-Holley (On Stage Swing), Linda Jarvis (Ensemble), Natasha O’Brien (On Stage Swing), Joanna O’Hare (On Stage Swing), Michael Matus (Marcel), and sharing the role of Young Jenny are: Indiana Ashworth, Millie Gubby and Katie Mitton.

Directed by Jonathan Kent, Aspects of Love has original music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart, based on the novel by David Garnett. The creative team also includes Set and costume design by John McFarlane, Lighting Design by Jon Clark, Sound Design by Paul Groothius, Video Design by Douglas O’Connell, Choreography by Denni Sayers, Musical Supervision by Nicholas Skilbeck and the Musical Director is Cat Beverbridge.

A new trailer for the show has also been released.

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New trailer: Aspects of Love

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📷 Main photo: Aspects of Love at the Lyric Theatre London. Photo by Johan Persson

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1 thought on “Aspects of Love to close in August; new trailer released”

  1. Julie Anne Fegredo

    I went to see the show 30 plus years since it was first on.
    I really enjoyed it. Michael was his usual brilliant self and the Laura playing Rose has the voice of an Angel. Promising newcomer is Anna Unwin who played older Jenny. Her dancing with George her Dad brought tears to my eyes as reminded me of my late Dad and I st the same age. So beautiful. So sad it’s closing early and our tickets were moved to last night from 4 weeks time.
    Just a thoroughly beautiful piece of writing and music. Thank you.

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