Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterpiece The Phantom of The Opera, continues its unprecendented West End run.
Based on a classic French thriller about a terrifying and legendary figure who emerges from the depths of The Paris Opera House and manifests the mythic opera ghost in terrifying reality. With some of the most lavish sets, costumes and special effects ever to have been created for the stage, The Phantom of the Opera is a musical phenomenon.
It received its world premiere at Her Majesty's Theatre in London on 9th October 1986 and has since played over 9,500 performances in London. Worldwide it has been seen in 90 cities and has won more than 50 major theatre awards.
Now in its 23rd year in London, the unforgettable musical THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA traces the tragic love story of a beautiful opera singer and a young composer shamed by his physical appearance into a shadowy existence beneath the majestic Paris Opera House.
A newly installed state of the art digital sound system now makes Andrew Lloyd Webber's spine-tingling score sound better than ever. The combination of opulent sets, beautiful costumes and fabulous special effects creates a theatrical experience not to be missed.
|Matinees: Tuesday and Saturday 2.30pm Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm|
|Theatre Venue:||Her Majesty's Theatre|
|Address:||Denman Street, London W1D 7DY|
|Seating Plan:||Seating Plan|
|Google Map:||Google Location Map|
Her Majestys Theatre is actually the fourth theatre to occupy this site, with the first theatre opening in 1705. The current theatre was designed by C J Phipps and opened on 28 April 1897. Renovation of the dome and the building's exterior took place in 1992 and in 1994 the interior was renovated. The theatre is currently owned by Really Useful Theatres. The theatre changes it's name to either Her Majesty's Theatre or His Majesty's Theatre according to the monarch on the British throne.
|Music:||Andrew Lloyd Webber|
|Author:||Andrew Lloyd Webber|
|Producer:||Cameron Mackintosh / Really Useful Company|
|Casts:||Ramin Karimloo, Gina Beck/Robyn North, Simon Bailey, Barry James, Gareth Snook, Kate Radmilovic, Rohan Tickell, Tori Johns, Heather Jackson|