Andrew Lloyd-Webber says he would rather be arrested than not open his theatre on June 21. Good for him. More business owners should follow his route.
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Three cheers for Andrew Lloyd-Webber who has said; “You will have to arrest me to stop me reopening theatres on June 21.”
Unbelievably he has said that he may have to sell his six West End theatres if the government doesn’t relax its restrictions.
But what came as the biggest shock to me was that in an interview with the Daily Telegraph he revealed he has already had to remortgage his London home.
I have actually had dinner in his home in Belgravia’s Chester Square where you would be lucky to buy a garden shed for £15million.
That house has its own lift- quite similar to your place I suspect- and the walls are full of what I was told was pre-Raphaelite paintings. I got pissed over dinner and was shown a straight red for singing to a group of theatrical types around the dinner table; “Don’t Cry for me Christine Keeler.”
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It doesn’t surprise me that Lloyd-Webber is having to be nice to his bank manager as Covid has reduced his wealth in the last year from £800million to £525million.
Lloyd-Webber is preparing for a production of Cinderella which is scheduled to open for previews on June 25 ahead of a world premiere in July.
“We are going to open hell or high water,” he said. Good for him.
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Would like to see more business owners taking on Boris and the gloom brigade. When government minister Robert Jenrick was asked if he should be arrested he replied; “We all have to abide by the rules.”
They are rules. It is not the law of the land. We have had enough. There was little point in the vaccines if it didn’t give us freedom as well as good health.
Its time to throw away our chains. And go to the theatre.
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