The great composer's latest musical takes on the Profumo Affair of the 1960s, and seeks to clear the name of a 'scapegoat' at its centre.
Ben Forster is set to play the lead role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Jesus Christ Superstar after winning ITV 1's Superstar.
Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber has given himself a monumental task in his latest TV search for a star - casting Jesus Christ.
The press will gets their first glimpse of some of the numbers from Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical Stephen Ward today.
Watch a trailer for the new musical below:
Based on one of the biggest scandals of the 1960s, the Profumo Affair, the musical revolves around the high society "fixer" who introduced call-girl Christine Keeler to War Minister John Profumo.
Stephen Ward opens this December at the Aldwych Theatre in London's West End.
Tim Prottey-Jones was eliminated from Superstar tonight, even though he had delivered what Andrew Lloyd Webber described as one of the best performances of the night.
Lord Lloyd-Webber broke with the programme's format when he decided not to pick whether Prottey-Jones or his rival David Hunter should leave until the end of the show, after he had seen them perform again.
Prottey-Jones' stirring rendition of Aerosmith's Dream Onwas unanimously praised by the judges but was not enough to keep him in the competition.
Justifying his decision, Lloyd-Webber said: "I now have to think really what would I be doing as the producer of this show and thinking frankly, professionally, where would I feel most secure. "
He continued: "And it is for that reason that I am going to save David."