The brilliant London show, the Phantom of the Opera is a heart touching romantic story featuring outstanding music. The show comprises of some of the finest sets, costumes and special effects. The superb orchestra features one of the most heart touching scores. Enthralling London show is a complete treat for both the young and old.
The popular London show has already made its remarkable entry into third decade. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s multi-award winning musical is set against the backdrop of gothic Paris Opera House, where gorgeous soprano Christine Daae is mesmerized by the voice of Phantom. The tragic love sage features some of the mesmerizing musical numbers such as ‘The Music of the Night’, ‘All I Ask of You’ and of course the infamous title track, The Phantom of the Opera.
In the year 1986, the original production of The Phantom of The Opera made its debut at the Her Majesty’s Theatre. The show featured Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman, the then wife of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. The show is a brilliant amalgamation of outstanding design, special effects and memorable score. The show is appreciated by both the critics and audiences. The popular musical quickly transferred to Broadway and still running with packed houses at the Majestic Theatre. The show has been enjoyed across the globe including a Las Vegas production. At the Royal Albert Hall, the show celebrated its 25th anniversary in a glorious concert production. The show featured Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess as Phantom and Christine.
Her Majesty’s Theatre is running the houseful shows of The Phantom of the Opera. Some of the popular theatrical venues are positioned amidst the Theatreland of London near Piccadilly Circus and on the Haymarket leading down to Trafalgar Square. The venue has some of the finest hotels, restaurants and shops close to the theatre. National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and the London Transport Museum are located at a nearby distance from the theatre.
The popular London theatre is commuted via various modes of commutations such as tubes, taxis, cars and buses. Piccadilly Circus is the nearest tube station to the theatre and can be reached on both the Piccadilly line and the Bakerloo line. You can visit the theatre via bus numbers such as 6, 12, 13, 15, 22B, 38, 53, 88 and 159. You can drive your own car, as the nearest car park to the theatre is Trafalgar Spring Gardens, which charges £20.00 for 4 hours of parking.