Legendary British Composer donates $15,000 euros to Israel Lovell Foundation
Andrew Lloyd Webber or Lord Webber, who really prefers to be called Andrew (much like Ser Richard Branson who prefers Richard alone as well), just donated a reward he received from Montblanc for his contribution to the Arts in UK. A visitor to Barbados for the past 10 years, it was suggested to donate the bonus as a grant to the Israel Lovell Foundation. Author of Cats, Evita as well as the iconic “Jesus Christ – Superstar” he is soon to be resuming in England with a new Musical looking at the Profumo scandal of the 60’s.
The Israel Lovell Foundation came be a recipient for this donation via a meeting between the composer and once-again Opposition Leader Mia Mottley, when Lord Webber was stating he did not really need the cash incentive, that was when the St Michael North East MP indicated Lord Webber could donate it to the Non-Profit Culture Agency. The delay in this story was making the mistake of waiting on reaction from UK media on the video and photos, but since Andrew is in a good deed and not caught in any shenanigans, I guess they can’t be bothered?