Andrew Lloyd Webber: 'Stephen Ward became a scapegoat for a number of things'
By Andrew Lloyd Webber
Since Jesus Christ Superstar opened at the West End's Palace Theatre over 40 years ago, not a week has gone by when there hasn't been at least one Andrew Lloyd Webber production running in London. His 16th new musical, Stephen Ward, about the scapegoat at the centre of the 1963 Profumo Affair, premieres this week.
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