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Find the best The Phantom of the Opera musical tickets at Her Majesty's Theatre, West End. Set below the stage of the Paris Opera - a horribly deformed ex -performer 'haunts' the backstage and public areas - insisting that he has a box for his own private use. He falls in love with a beautiful young chorus singer and trains his pupil (who never sees him) to take over the star role. She excels and everyone wonders where she came from and how she developed such a beautiful voice. The Phantom, who has now revealed himself to her, decides to take her with him to spend her life in his subterranean lair but she is rescued by her lover.
Approximate runtime 150minutes (including any interval).
Performers David Thaxton (The Phantom), Kimberly Blake (Carlotta Giudiceli), Ross Dawes (Monsieur Firmin), Kelly Mathieson (Christine Daae), Jeremy Taylor (Raoul), Amy Manford (alternate Christine Daae), Mark Oxtoby (Monsieur Andre), Jacinta Mulcahy (Madame Giry), Paul Ettore Tabone (Ubaldo Piangi), Georgia Ware (Meg Giry), Scott Davies (standby Phantom), Matthew Barrow, Matt Bateman, James Bisp, James Butcher, Bridget Costello, Sophie Cottrill, Hadrian Delacey, Morven Douglas, Paul Erbs, Hannah Grace, Philip Griffiths, Katy Hanna, Hettie Hobbs, Grace Horne, Lily Howes, Ellen Jackson, Adam Robert Lewis, Kris Manuel, Tim Morgan, Danielle Pullum, Rebecca Ridout, Anna Shircliff, Emily Smith, Rachel Spurrell, John Stacey, Andrei Teodor Iliescu, Claire Tilling, Victoria Ward, Danny Whitehead. Music Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics Charles Hart. Book by Gaston Leroux. Producer Cameron Mackintosh. Producer Really Useful Company. Director Harold Prince. Musical Director Paul Bateman. Director Anthony Inglis (Production Musical Supervision). Design Maria Bjornson. Lighting Andrew Bridge. Sound Martin Levan. Choreographer Gillian Lynne. Music David Cullen (Orchestration).
From Saturday, 27th September 1986. Open 9th Oct 86. Mon-Sat 19:30 Thu, Sat Mats 15:00 Tickets £25.00 to £95.00. off peak/peak prices operate Scroll down for reviews, theatre information and other details.
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USER (18Aug11): Doesn't do it for me, for once I actually preferred the film ... probably makes me a heathen
USER (12Oct06): Hauntingly beautiful with mesmerizing performances. Moving and entertaining! A must-see 5
USER (08Apr06): have seen this 3 times and a 4th in May, absolutely mesmerising every time I see it. The film cannot compare to the stage at all!! These performers deserve oscars !! 5
USER (03Feb06): the best show i have ever seen 5
USER (11Dec04): It's fantastic, brilliant performance! I'd like to buy DVD with the Original Cast (London), but don't know, where. Please, help!!! 5
USER (09Dec04): The current show is fantastic. Only problem is that, if you, like me, have listened to the original cast production soundtrack endlessly you will find yourself comparing the live performance with the perfection of the CD. It just isn't fair to do --- it's an absolutely fantastic production, haunting and beautiful from start to finish. 5
USER (08Nov04): the phantom of the opera was one of the best plays i have witnessed. The music was utterly mesmerising and i can't wait to watch it again
USER (26Sep04): A brilliant musical. A definate must see for anybody who loves musials. Masquerade is just absolutely magical..... 5
USER (21Sep04): i'd love to have a video or a dvd about this wonderful musical. i listened to the music and i'm looking forward to having it....but i cant find it...no waY!!! 3
USER (13Sep04): The Phantom Of The Opera is a must see. I've been 8 times, that's how much I love it!! It never gets tired with new casts and new additions to the show! Now with the orchestrations it's even better!! Reviewer of the 31 May 01 clearly has no idea about Theatre or they'd write a more contructive review. 5
USER (18Aug04): BEST IN THE WEST END!! MUST SEE!!! 5
USER (15Jul04): It's the best ever musical! Some people just dont know how to appreciate it! 5
USER: snorer (31May01): what a boring musical. Dont bother to go, or you may fall asleep like I nearly did! 2