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Love Never Dies – Free Dinner

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Love Never Dies at the Adelphi Theatre
Love Never Dies at the Adelphi Theatre

Love Never Dies is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s spectacular sequel to The Phantom of the Opera. Now open at the Adelphi Theatre in London, the show is a rollercoaster ride of obsession and intrigue with a swirling, romantic new score by Lloyd Webber.

Ten years after the mysterious disappearance of The Phantom from the Paris Opera House, Christine Daaé accepts an offer to come to America and perform at New York’s fabulous new playground of the world – Coney Island. Christine arrives in New York with her husband Raoul and their son Gustave. But she soon discovers the identity of the anonymous impresario who has lured her from France to sing.

A talented cast includes Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom, Sierra Boggess as Christine Daaé, Joseph Millson as Raoul, Liz Robertson as Madame Giry and Summer Strallen as Meg.

“Andrew Lloyd Webber’s finest show since the original” (The Telegraph).

“The splendour of the orchestra pours forth Lloyd Webber’s dark-hued, yearning melodies as if its life depended on them” (The Independent).

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2 thoughts on “Love Never Dies – Free Dinner”

  1. Love Should Die

    Webber’s musical sequel to Phantom – LOVE NEVER DIES – destroys the characters and original story written by Gaston Leroux! The show opened to mixed reviews (most negative) where theatre critics around the world rated it less than 3 stars, while audience members are calling it “Paint Never Dries”. PHANTOM NEEDS NO SEQUEL! Love Should Die!
    http://www.LoveShouldDie.com

    1. I don’t agree with this. saw the show last month – mainly because of the criticism – enjoyed it. the whole paint never dries thing was all quite funny at the time but we are not talking about social injustice, torture or war here. it’s a MUSICAL – and there’s more to like in it than lots of shows Ive seen. I think that there are a few theatre fans who seem to be taking themselves a bit too seriously.

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