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Catch the magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s London West End production, iconic musical The Phantom Of The Opera at the magnificent Her Majesty’s Theatre! The popular show is based on Gaston Leroux’s gothic novel and set against the backdrop of life beneath the stage of the Paris Opera House.

Year 1986 marked the debut of award winning London musical, The Phantom of the Opera starred Michael Crawford and Sarah Bright man in the leading roles. The show has become one of the most loved and successful theatrical productions of all time.

The Phantom is hidden beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House and is ashamed of his physical appearance. People are scared of him as he “haunts” the backstage and public areas. He falls in love with a young chorus singer, Christine Daaé and makes her a huge star. The award winning musical features Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerising score. One of the key highlights of the show are jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects.

Phantom of the Opera is a heart touching tragic love saga where Ben Lewis stars as ‘The Phantom’ at Her Majesty’s Theatre. He has also played the role in the original Australian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel Love Never Dies. The show features Kelly Mathieson as ‘Christine Daae’ and Jeremy Taylor as ‘Raoul’.

The Phantom of The Opera is the winner of 50 major theatre awards, including three Olivier Awards in the West End and seven Tonys on Broadway. It was the winner of the Olivier Audience Award, voted by the public, in the 2016 Laurence Olivier Awards.

Currently, The Phantom Of The Opera is running in London, New York, Budapest, Stockholm and on tour in the US. The show has successfully entered in its 31st year and enjoyed by theatre lovers from all across the globe. With more than 12,000 performances, more than 140 million people have enjoyed the show across 35 countries and 160 cities in 15 languages. So, come and feel the magic of heart touching tragic love saga this weekend with your dear ones at the magnificent Her Majesty Theatre!

 

 

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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.

Phantom of the OperaIn 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.

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Catch the award winning London show, The Phantom of the Opera at the magnificent Her Majesty’s Theatre! The popular show has already made its remarkable entry in to its 30th year in the West End. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s multi-award winning musical is set against the backdrop of gothic Paris Opera House. The gorgeous soprano Christine Daae is mesmerised with the voice of Phantom and all set for the performance of a lifetime.

The Phantom of the Opera features some of the heart touching 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. The two hours and thirty minutes show is a complete treat for theatre lovers. The original production made its debut at the Her Majesty’s Theatre in 1986. The show features Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman, who was then wife of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The award winning musical instantly earned appreciation and accolades from both the classes and masses. The magnificent show is a brilliant amalgamation of outstanding design, special effects and memorable score.  The longest running musical, The Phantom of the Opera is playing at the Majestic Theatre. At the Royal Albert Hall, the show has celebrated its 25 anniversary in a glorious concert production which featured Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess as Phantom and Christine.

For those who love romantic saga and heart touching music, The Phantom of the Opera is a must watch. The show features beautiful sets, costumes and special effects with brilliant orchestra. The show is an enthralling experience for both the young and old. The show is recommended for 10+ kids, whereas under the age of 5 will not be admitted. Please note parental guidance is encouraged.

Her Majesty’s Theatre, is positioned amidst London’s Theatreland, near Piccadilly Circus and on the Haymarket leading down to Trafalgar Square. The venue features wide range of hotels, restaurants and shops near the theatre. Some of the top London attractions such as the National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and the London Transport Museum are located at a nearby distance from the theatre. Her Majesty Theatre is located at an easily accessible location.

The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most loved shows

If you are planning to make this weekend simply memorable with your dear ones then go for award winning London show, The Phantom of the Opera. The magnificent London show, The Phantom of the Opera is a tragic romantic story with superb music. The show is a complete treat for theatre lovers as it features beautiful sets, costumes and special effects. With mind blowing orchestra, offering some of the heart touching scores the show touched the heart of both young and old.

Her Majesty’s theatre is running the award winning show since 1986. Currently, the show has a fresh new cast which will be a wonderful and refreshing new experience for all.  The spectacular London musical is recommended for kids above 10, whereas under the age of 5 will not be admitted. The two hours and thirty minutes show is a memorable experience for people of all age groups.

The show has successfully entered its 31st years and still running with packed houses at the Her Majesty Theatre! Andrew Lloyd Webber’s multi-award winning musical is set against the gothic Paris Opera House, where soprano Christine Daae is enticed by the Phantom’s voice.

The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most loved shows featuring chartbusting 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. Year 1986 marked the debut of The Phantom of the Opera at the Her Majesty’s Theatre. The original show starred Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman, the then wife of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The show Phantom of the Opera is a superb amalgamation of outstanding design, special effects and memorable score. The award winning London musical is enjoyed by both the critics and audiences. The brilliant London musical is performed all across the globe, including a Las Vegas production. The structure of Her Majesty’s Theatre dates back to 1897. The original building of Her Majesty’s theatre made its debut on the site in Haymarket from 1705 to 1789 has become Grade II listed building since the 1970s.

 

 

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If you are an ardent theatre lover and a great fan of musicals shows then simply head towards the magnificent Her Majesty Theatre! The popular London Westend theatre is running the award winning show, The Phantom of the Opera with packed houses since its debut. The award winning musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is an enthralling experience. The classic show is a fabulous masterpiece which has celebrated its 25th anniversary in the year 2011 followed by more than 11,000 performances.

The captivating London musical is a delightful experience for theatre lovers. The Phantom of the Opera has won more than 50 prestigious awards. To enjoy the show at fullest, you must secure your tickets and book your seats accordingly. The stunning show is renowned for its incredible set design and mind blowing special effects.

The popular London show, The Phantom of the Opera is adapted from a famous classic French thriller. The show is set against the backdrop of Paris Opera House. It revolves around a terrifying and myth bound ghost. The disfigured phantom haunts the old French opera house. He falls in love with a young and beautiful soprano, Christine.

The blockbuster show, Phantom of the Opera is a musical phenomenon featuring some extravagant sets, costumes and special effects. On October 9, 1986, the show made its remarkable debut and has played more than 11,000 shows at Her Majesty’s Theatre. The show has been staged all across 90 cities with more than 50 theater awards.

Since December 2016, Ben Forster is portraying the title role of Phantom and mesmerizing audience with its sterling performance. In the year 1986, Michael Crawford starred in the original production. The role was later performed by some wonderful actors like Ramin Karimloo. Currently, Celinde Schoenmaker plays Christine Daaé (with Harriet Jones on certain nights), Nadim Naaman plays Raoul, Paul Ettore Tabone plays Ubaldo PIangi and Lara Martins plays Carlotta as of December 2016.

The show is winner of prestigious Laurence Olivier awards. It has won various awards Award for Outstanding Performance in a Musical for Michael Crawford (who was part of the cast when it opened) in 1986 and Olivier Audience Award for Most Popular Show in 2002. With chartbusting musical numbers, the show is a complete audio visual treat for theatre lovers. Some of the popular musical numbers include The Music Of The Night, Why So Silent? and The Point Of No Return, amongst others.

The Phantom of the Opera is loved by people of all age groups. The show is enjoyed by most people, with frequent guests to the theatre and first timers. The musical is recommended for children from age 10 and children under age 5 will not be admitted. The show has certain scenes which are scary.  The Phantom of the Opera runs approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes including intermission.

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The award winning London show, The Phantom of the Opera is running with packed houses at the magnificent Her Majesty Theatre! The blockbuster and commercially acclaimed love saga is enjoyed by more than 100 million people across the globe. Being one of the highest grossing musical of all time, the show is running with packed houses since 1986.­­

The blockbuster show is set beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, where the phantom hides him in a shadowy existence. He is shamed by his physical appearance but his love for beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is irresistible. Since its debut on 9th October 1986, the show has touched the heart’s chord. The original production starred Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles.

Since then the show has performed several productions across the globe. The show has entered its remarkable 30th record-breaking year and still successfully captivating all the love and accolades from the theatre lovers. The show has given more than 12,000 sparkling performances.

Another key highlight of the blockbuster show is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerising score. The heart rendering compositions against the jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects makes the show a completely delightful experience for all the theatre lovers.

The mesmerizing tragic love story The Phantom of the Opera is a complete treat for people of all age groups. Currently, Ben Forster is portraying the role of the Phantom. His remarkable works include winning the ITV1 show, Superstar– Andrew Lloyd Webber’s TV talent search for Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar.

Some other popular works are Magaldi in Evita at the Dominion Theatre. He will be joining The Phantom of the Opera after his appearance as Buddy in Elf the Musical running at the Dominion Theatre. Celinde Schoen maker is portraying the role of Christine Daae. Her remarkable works are the role of Fantine in Les Misérables running at The Queen’s Theatre. She has made her West End debut in 2013. She also portrayed Jenny in a production of Love Story which toured Holland.

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The award winning and world acclaimed London show, The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most loved London shows. The mesmerizing London show is a complete treat for the theatre lovers. The magic of hugely loved saga is still ruling the hearts of millions of theatre lovers. Being one of the world’s most commercially successful musical, the show is successfully approaching it’s third decade. The popular Westend show is a must watch for theatre lovers.

The popular London Westend Her Majesty’s Theatre is positioned amidst London’s Theatreland. The famous London theatre is located near Piccadilly Circus and on the Haymarket which leads down to Trafalgar Square. The venue is hugely popular amongst both the locals as well as visitors. The venue has some of the finest hotels, restaurants and shops. Some of the topmost London attractions like National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and the London Transport Museum are located close the venue.

The popular Her Majesty Theatre is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, cars and taxis. Piccadilly Circus is the neareat tube station and can be reached on both the Piccadilly line and the Bakerloo line.

You can also visit the theatre via bus numbers 6, 12, 13, 15, 22B, 38, 53, 88 and 159. You can hire a taxi or 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.

The widely acclaimed London show The Phantom of the Opera Fast is all set to enter its third decade. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s multi-award winning musical is set against the backdrop of gothic Paris Opera House. The story revolves around the beautiful soprano Christine Daae who is enticed by the Phantom’s voice for her lifetime performance.

The two hours and thirty minutes show features some of the chartbusting musical scores such as ‘The Music of the Night’, ‘All I Ask of You’ and of course the infamous title track, The Phantom of the Opera. Year 1986 marked the debut of the original production at the Her Majesty’s Theatre featuring Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman.

The show is known for its magnificent design, special effects and memorable score. The Phantom of the Opera has been praised both by the critics and audiences. So come and feel the pain and passion of world’s most loved tragic love saga, The Phantom of the Opera with your dear ones!