This Friday, a full concert of hits from Andrew Lloyd Webber shows is being made available free to stream for 48 hours – details here.

Andrew Lloyd Webber continues with his plan to release a free musical production to stream each week. The basics are that every Friday, a new production goes live on the YouTube channel The Shows Must Go On, and it’s then available for free streaming for 48 hours.

The schedule continues this week not with an individual show, but with a concert bringing together melodies and songs from his many shows. The Andrew Lloyd Webber Royal Albert Hall Celebration was recorded in April 1998 to mark his 50th birthday, and the full show is being released for free.

Performers including Sarah Brightman, Michael Ball, Glenn Close, Antonio Banderas, Elaine Paige and Kiri Te Kanawa are amongst those featured.

It goes live on Friday May 1st at 7pm. It’ll be available for 48 hours from that point.

The YouTube channel is here.

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