The Phantom of the Opera, London 2022

The Phantom of the Opera Tickets

Her Majesty's Theatre, London

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical

One of the most famous and successful musicals of all time, The Phantom of the Opera is a jaw-dropping spectacle featuring a beautiful score, extraordinary scenery and effects, and a timeless tragic love story.

Now celebrating its 35th year in London’s West End. Since the musical opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 9 October 1986 starring Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman, the show has travelled the world and entertained millions of people. Experience this extraordinary reimagined production at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London.

The Phantom of the Opera tickets at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London are available to book for performances to 30 September 2023. 

What is The Phantom of the Opera about?

Beneath the beauty of the Paris Opera House lurks a mysterious masked figure. A genius recluse, the Phantom falls madly in love with an innocent young soprano, Christine, and devotes himself to creating a new star.

When a handsome young suitor from Christine’s past enters the picture and threatens to steal her away from him. Is his love enough to forgive the unthinkable acts he has committed? Will Christine be able to resist her ‘Angel of music’?

Who is in the cast of The Phantom of the Opera?

The London cast of The Phantom of the Opera stars Killian Donnelly (Kinky Boots, Les Miserables, Memphis) as ‘The Phantom’, Lucy St Louis (Motown The Musical) as ‘Christine Daaé’, Matt Blaker as ‘Raoul’ and Kelly Glyptis as ‘Carlotta’.

Phantom also stars Matt Harrop as Monsieur Firmin, Adam Linstead as Monsieur André, Greg Castiglioni as Ubaldo Piangi,Francesca Ellis as Madame Giry and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of Christine Daaé is played by Holly-Anne Hull. 

The cast is completed by Hollie Aires, Connor Carson, Corina Clark, Edward Court, Michelle Cornelius, Lily De-La-Haye, Hywel Dowsell, Serina Faull, James Gant, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Emma Harris, Yukina Hasebe, Thomas Holdsworth, Olivia Holland-Rose, Jacob Hughes, Grace Hume, James Hume, Tim Morgan, Michael Robert-Lowe, Eve Shanu-Wilson, Tim Southgate, Anouk Van Laake, Jasmine Wallis, Ralph Watts, Skye Weiss, Simon Whitaker, Lizzie Wofford and Andrew York.

Creative team

Written by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber, with lyrics by Charles Hart, composed and co-orchestration by Andrew Llyod Webber and co-orchestration by David Cullen.

Originally directed by Hal Prince this production is directed by Seth Sklar-Heyn.  Original musical staging and choreography is by Gillian Lynne, recreated and adapted by Chrissie Cartwright. Design by Maria Bjornson, lighting by Andrew Bridge, sound by Mick Potter and musical supervision by Simon Lee.


Reviews of The Phantom of the Opera

★★★★ "The music of the night is back" - The Guardian
★★★★ "Andrew Lloyd-Webber's classic musical is back in a sensationally polished production that rings out with the Music of the Night" - Express
★★★★ "Lloyd Webber's epic tearjerker is back in all its kitsch, gothic glory" - Telegraph
★★★★ "Andrew Lloyd Webber's gothic spectacular" - Time Out
★★★★ "The staging has never looked more spectacular" Sunday Express
★★★★ "The show has only grown in its artistic power" Sunday Times
"This West End spectacular more than deserves its classic status" - Evening Standard
★★★★  Average review score

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Show Information

Age restrictions
Recommended for ages 10 and over. Under 5s will not be admitted. Parental guidance advised.
Running time
2 hours 30 minutes (including interval)
Performance dates
Booking to 30 September 2023
Performance days
Evenings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Matinees: Wednesday, Saturday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.


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Important Notes

Lucy St. Louis's last performance in Phantom will be on 21 January 2023.

Please note: The sides of the Grand Circle are side view restricted. The rear of the Stalls and Royal Circle are restricted by the overhang. Seats in the Balcony have restricted legroom.


Venue Information

Her Majesty's Theatre, 57 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL
Nearest Tube or Train: Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo line, Piccadilly line), Leicester Square (Northern line, Piccadilly line)
Nearest Buses: 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 22B, 38, 53, 88, 94, 159
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The Phantom of the Opera extends booking in London; new photos released
Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit West End musical The Phantom of the Opera has added new dates. The show will extend its run at Her Majesty's Theatre until 30 September 2023. New production images have also been released, including shots of the stars of the show - Killian Donnelly as The Phantom, Lucy St. Louis as Christine Daaé, Matt Blaker as Raoul and Kelly Glyptis as Carlotta. Phantom also stars Matt Harrop as Monsieur Firmin, Adam Linstead as Monsieur André, Greg Castiglioni as Ubaldo Piangi,Francesca Ellis as Madame Giry and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of Christine Daaé is played by Holly-Anne Hull.  The cast is completed by Hollie Aires, Connor Carson, Corina Clark, Edward Court, Michelle Cornelius, Lily De-La-Haye, Hywel Dowsell, Serina Faull, James Gant, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Emma Harris, Yukina Hasebe, Thomas Holdsworth, Olivia Holland-Rose, Jacob Hughes, Grace Hume, James Hume, Tim Morgan, Michael Robert-Lowe, Eve Shanu-Wilson, Tim Southgate, Anouk Van Laake, Jasmine Wallis, Ralph Watts, Skye Weiss, Simon Whitaker, Lizzie Wofford and Andrew York. The extension comes as some relief for Phantom fans, as producers announced last month that the Broadway production of the show is set to close in February 2023 after 35 years. Lloyd Webber’s long-running musical has played at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London since it premiered in 1986, and the theatre will soon be renamed His Majesty’s Theatre following the death of The Queen. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Group, The Phantom of the Opera has Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Charles Hart, and Additional Lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. The Book is by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber, based on the novel ‘Le Fantôme de l’Opera’ by Gaston Leroux, with Orchestrations by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Musical Supervision is by Simon Lee. The Production Design is by Maria Björnson and the Set Design is adapted by Matt Kinley with Associate Costume Design by Jill Parker, Lighting is by Andrew Bridge with Associate Lighting Design by Warren Letton, Sound is by Mick Potter. The Musical Staging and Choreography is by Gillian Lynne, recreated and adapted by Chrissie Cartwright. Originally Directed by Harold Prince, this production is Directed by Seth Sklar-Heyn. Book The Phantom of the Opera tickets at Her Majesty's Theatre in London New Photos: The Phantom of the Opera Photos by Johan Persson [ngg src="galleries" ids="897" display="pro_tile"]
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Cameron Mackintosh speaks about Phantom closing on Broadway
Following the news on Friday that The Phantom of the Opera is to close on Broadway after 35 years, Sir Cameron Mackintosh, the producer of the show, has issued a statement. Cameron Mackintosh said: "As a producer you dream that a show will run forever. Indeed, my production of Andrew's Cats proudly declared for decades ‘Now and Forever.' Yet ‘Phantom' has surpassed that show's extraordinary Broadway run. But all shows do finally close, and after considerable discussion between The Shuberts, The Really Useful Group, Andrew and myself, we concluded that the right time for ‘Phantom' was after the show's 35th birthday, on February 18 – a double celebration of ‘Phantom's' phenomenal success. Gaston Leroux's opera ghost may be disappearing for now, but there is no doubt that Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterpiece will continue to enchant audiences in London and around the world – and one day will return to Broadway." Mackintosh also spoke to the New York Times (see link below), and said: "You don’t want to run a great show into the ground. It’s always been one of my mantras throughout my long career: There’s an art to closing a show, as well as opening one.” Phantom has struggled to attract sufficient audiences to counter its heavy running costs (at nearly $1 million a week, it's one of the most expensive shows to run on Broadway), but Mackintosh is loathe to only blame Covid for the closure. "I don’t think it’s just the pandemic — I think it would be wrong to say that. The world has changed. The pandemic was a catalyst, but now suddenly the West is realizing that the whole situation which everyone let drift with Russia, and to a point with China, has changed the whole order, and we’re in the middle of discovering where it’s going to go. And the theater isn’t immune from that." Mackintosh is also in a celebratory mood about Phantom's impressively long run on Broadway, saying that the decision to close the show led him to be both "sad and celebrating", and that "it’s an extraordinary achievement, one of the greatest successes of all time. What is there not to celebrate about that? When I started, a year to two years was considered a good run." The Broadway production opened on 26 January 1988 and is the longest-running show ever on Broadway. Phantom in London is the West End's third longest-running show, behind The Mousetrap and Les Miserables. It continues to play in London at Her Majesty's Theatre, soon to be renamed His Majesty's Theatre following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Book tickets to The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London
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The Phantom of the Opera to close on Broadway after 35 years
Broadway's longest running show is to finally close, 35 years after it opened. Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, produced by Cameron Mackintosh, is to close at the Majestic Theatre in New York. A statement on the show's website said: "We are sad to confirm that after 35 years on Broadway, Phantom will play its final performance at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday February 18th, 2023." The long-runnner will close in February after celebrating its 35th anniversary in January 2023. Emilie Kouatchou and Ben Crawford are the current leads of the show. The Broadway production opened on 26 January 1988, and is way ahead of the second longest-running Broadway show, Chicago, by 8 years. The show has been seen by over 145 million people since it opened in London in 1986, and the Phantom brand is still going strong, with an announcement this week that it will be used as the backdrop to a new murder mystery TV series on Peacock. Also a new Australian production has opened recently in Sydney, and a Mandarin production is heading to China next year. Phantom is the West End's third longest-running show, behind The Mousetrap and Les Miserables. It continues to play in London at Her Majesty's Theatre, soon to be renamed His Majesty's Theatre following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway has music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe, direction by Harold Prince, choreography by Gillian Lynne, and set and costume designs by Maria Björnson. Book tickets to The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London
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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera to feature in new Peacock murder mystery TV series The Show Must Go On
Andrew Lloyd Webber's push into TV and movies seems to be paying off. In March, his Really Useful company announced new plans to produce, license and promote his global hit shows and music, and hired new CEO Charles Farmer, former EVP of MGM International Television Productions. News hits today that Lloyd Webber's long-running musical The Phantom Of The Opera, playing at Her Majesty's Theatre in London - soon to be His Majesty's Theatre - is going to be used in a new TV series. A new hour-long murder mystery anthology series called The Show Must Go On Is currently in development for Peacock, the streaming service owned by NBCUniversal. Phantom will be used as a backdrop for the show, that is in development by Austin Winsberg (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist), producer Robert Greenblatt, Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Tannenbaum Company, plus co-producers Lionsgate Television and Universal Television. The pilot will be directed by Richard Shepard and written by Winsberg, with Winsberg, Lloyd Webber, Greenblatt, Eric and Kim Tannenbaum and Shepard co-producing. The series is billed as a darkly comedic murder mystery anthology series where each season takes place in the days leading up to a live televised event, with the first season set against the making of a TV live event version of Phantom. Exciting for fans, the TV show will feature some of the music and songs from the musical including The Music of the Night, plus some of the famous scenes from the show. The Phantom of the Opera is one of the world's most popular and longest running stage musicals, and was turned into a movie in 2004. The show premiered in the West End at Her Majesty's Theatre in London in 1986, and it's the West End's second longest running musical, and third longest-running show. It's also Broadway's longest running show. Robert Greenblatt was formerly Chairman of NBC Entertainment and Universal Television, and is also a big-time theatre producer and investor, with his credits including TV live specials of The Sound of Music Live!, The Wiz Live!, Hairspray Live!, Peter Pan Live!, and Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert!, with Lloyd Weber as executive producer. Greenblatt told Deadline (see link below), who broke the story, that: “Austin and I have a connection with musicals. When he pitched me the idea to do a murder mystery against a live musical backdrop, I thought it was perfect for me. So I reached out to Andrew Lloyd Webber to see if he would let us use Phantom of the Opera, which has never been done before. I pitched him the idea and he loved it and on got on board.” Greenblatt decided to use Phantom because he thought it was "the perfect show to have a murder happen because the show itself is macabre”. Book tickets to The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London
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Her Majesty’s Theatre in London to be renamed His Majesty’s Theatre
The theatre's owner, Andrew Lloyd Webber's LW Theatres, confirms the news Her Majesty's Theatre in London, owned by Andrew Lloyd Webber's LW Theatres, is to change its name following the news yesterday, 8 September 2022, of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. A spokesperson for LW Theatres told the Stage newspaper (see link below) that it would change its name at the “appropriate time", understood to be after the coronation of King Charles III. Dominic Cavendish, Theatre Critic of the Telegraph, also confirmed the news on Twitter, saying that he had spoken to Lloyd Webber earlier today, and Lloyd Webber said: "It has always been in the back of my mind that this would happen. I’m now talking to people because we do need to change it." The theatre's name last changed in 1952 to Her Majesty's Theatre following The Queen's accession, and ahead of her coronation in 1953. It was previously His Majesty's Theatre from 1904 following the death of Queen Victoria and the accession of King Edward VII. Previously it has been known as the Queen's Theatre, with permission from Queen Anne, and the King's Theatre, after King George I. The name change was not foregone on the death of The Queen, with precedent to also keep the existing name. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical The Phantom of the Opera, produced by Cameron Mackintosh, has played at the theatre since 1986. The current Her Majesty's Theatre building opened on 28 April 1897 with a production of Seats of the Mighty by Gilbert Parker. The theatre was designed by C. J. Phipps, and there have been theatres on the site since 1705. Read more about Her Majesty's Theatre Book tickets to The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London
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Andrew Lloyd Webber celebrates 50 years in the West End
Musical maestro Andrew Lloyd Webber has been celebrating a remarkable milestone this month. It is 50 years since his first production opened in London's West End, with Jesus Christ Superstar, created with lyricist Tim Rice, opening at the Palace Theatre on 9 August 1972. The show ran for an impressive 8 years, directed by Jim Sharman and starring Paul Nicholas as Jesus, Stephen Tate as Judas and Dana Gillespie as Mary Magdalene. Since Jesus Christ Superstar, Andrew Lloyd Webber has had a wealth of shows premiere or play in the West End including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jeeves, Evita, Tell Me on a Sunday, Cats, Song and Dance, Starlight Express, The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, Sunset Boulevard, Whistle Down the Wind, The Beautiful Game, The Woman in White, Love Never Dies, Stephen Ward, School of Rock and - most recently - Cinderella at the Gillian Lynne Theatre. Through his LW Theatres, Lord Lloyd Webber also owns a number of West End theatres including the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the Gillian Lynne Theatre, the Adelphi Theatre, the Cambridge Theatre, the London Palladium, and Her Majesty's Theatre - home to his long-running musical The Phantom of the Opera. And Andrew is still working hard and going strong! New projects on the horizon include opening Cinderella on Broadway, a new push into working in TV and film, and a new Spanish venture with Antonio Banderas. All this plus new musicals are in the works, and his major shows continue to tour the UK and around the world, and return to the West End. Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice: congratulations! We salute you!
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The Phantom of the Opera tickets now available to book March 2023 with new performance schedule from October
Tickets forThe Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London are now available to book until Saturday 4 March 2023. Producer's announced the new booking period today in addition to a new weekly performance schedule. From Monday 3 October the new performance schedule will be: Monday at 7.30pmTuesday at 7.30pmWednesday at 2.30pm and 7.30pmThursday at 7.30pmFriday at 7.30pmSaturday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. A Christmas performance schedule has also been released: Monday 19 December at 7.30pmTuesday 20 December at 2.30pm and 7.30pmWednesday 21 December at 7.30pmThursday 22 December at 2.30pm and 7.30pmFriday 23 December at 7.30pmSaturday 24 December at 2.30pmSunday 25 December NO SHOWMonday 26 December NO SHOWTuesday 27 December 7.30pmWednesday 28 December 2.30pm and 7.30pm Thursday 29 December 2.30pm and 7.30pmFriday 30 December 7.30pmSaturday 31 December 1.00pm and 6.00pmSunday 1 January NO SHOWMonday 2 January 7.30pmTuesday 3 January 7.30pmWednesday 4 January 2.30pm and 7.30pmThursday 5 January 7.30pmFriday 6 January 7.30pmSaturday 7 January 2.30pm and 7.30pm A previously announced, from 1 August Killian Donnelly will play The Phantom alongside Lucy St. Louis as Christine Daaé, Matt Blaker as Raoul and Kelly Glyptis as Carlotta, Matt Harrop as Monsieur Firmin, Adam Linstead as Monsieur André, Greg Castiglioni as Ubaldo Piangi,Francesca Ellis as Madame Giry and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of Christine Daaé is played by Holly-Anne Hull. The iconic musical features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Charles Hart, and additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. It has a book by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber and is based on the novel ‘LeFantôme de l’Opera’ by Gaston Leroux. Orchestrations are by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber. This spectacular new Phantom is based on the “Original” - Hal Prince’s direction, Maria Björnson’s design and Gillian Lynne’s Choreography. It has been reimagined by their long time collaborators who began their creative journey to critical acclaim last year at Leicester Curve with their work being further developed to fully embrace the renovated auditorium of Her Majesty’s theatre, spectacularly blurring the lines between theatre and production. The Phantom of the Opera is booking until 4 March 2023 at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
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New casting announced for The Phantom of the Opera in London
New casting has been announced for The Phantom of the Opera in London with the show now booking at Her Majesty's Theatre until 17 December 2022. Killian Donnelly will continue as The Phantom alongside Lucy St. Louis as Christine Daaé. Joining them will be Matt Blaker as Raoul and Kelly Glyptis as Carlotta. Also continuing in the cast are Matt Harrop as Monsieur Firmin, Adam Linstead as Monsieur André, Greg Castiglioni as Ubaldo Piangi, Francesca Ellis as Madame Giry and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of Christine Daaé will be played by Holly-Anne Hull.  The cast is completed by Hollie Aires, Connor Carson, Corina Clark, Edward Court, Michelle Cornelius, Lily De-La-Haye, Hywel Dowsell, Serina Faul, James Gant, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Emma Harris, Yukina Hasebe, Thomas Holdsworth, Olivia Holland-Rose, Jacob Hughes, Grace Hume, James Hume, Tim Morgan, Michael Robert-Lowe, Eve Shanu-Wilson, Tim Southgate, Anouk Van Laake, Jasmine Wallis, Rafe Watts, Skye Weiss, Simon Whitaker, Lizzie Wofford and Andrew York. Matt Blaker returns to The Phantom of the Opera having previously been in the ensemble and covering the role in the Original Production. His other theatre credits include the UK tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the international tours of Jersey Boys and Jesus Christ Superstar and most recently playing Billy Bigelow in Carousel at Kilworth House. His television credits include Netflix’s The Crown. Kelly Glyptis’ operatic credits include Madeleine, Cosi fan tutte and Le nozze di Figaro. Her other theatre credits include the North American tours of The Sound of Music, Into The Woods, Mary Poppins, West Side Story and The Addams Family. The iconic musical features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Charles Hart, and additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. It has a book by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber and is based on the novel ‘LeFantôme de l’Opera’ by Gaston Leroux. Orchestrations are by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber. The Phantom of the Opera is booking until 17 December 2022 at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
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First Look: The Phantom of the Opera on Sydney Harbour; plus Phantom London extends
A new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera has hit Sydney in Australia, and it has an extraordinary backdrop. The new show is staged on a pontoon in Sydney Harbour, with the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge as an impressive scene-stealing backdrop. It is 14 years since Phantom was last in Sydney, and this supersized production is directed by Simon Phillips and designed by Gabriela Tylesova, and seats an audience of 3,000 a night! The show stars Joshua Robson as the Phantom, Georgina Hopson as Christine and Callum Francis as Raoul, and is playing on Sydney Harbour until 24 April 2022. Another Phantom production, this time the revised 2021 London production, is also coming to Australia later this year. Josh Piterman will play the lead in the Sydney Opera House’s Joan Sutherland Theatre. Phantom Sydney Harbour. Photo - Opera Australia Phantom Sydney Harbour. Photo - Opera Australia Phantom Sydney Harbour. Photo - Opera Australia Phantom Sydney Harbour. Photo - Opera Australia Phantom extends in London Even more good Phantom news this week: The original production of The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London is extending its booking period until 1 October 2022. Currently starring in the show are Killian Donnelly as the Phantom, Lucy St Louis as Christine, and Rhys Whitfield playing Raoul. Cameron Mackintosh's sumptuous production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical has music is by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart, and additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. Book tickets to The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London
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The Phantom of the Opera celebrates 35 years in London
The London production of The Phantom of the Opera celebrated 35 years on stage last night with a special gala performance at Her Majesty's Theatre in the West End. Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and producer Cameron Mackintosh were in attendance alongside guests including Boy George, Max Whitlock, Dr. Ranj, The Vivienne, Melanie Blatt, Chris Moyles, Amy Hart, Jeremy Vine and Matt Richardson. Since premiering in 1986, The Phantom of the Opera tickets have been one of the must see shows of anyone coming to London. The production has just undergone a makeover with Andrew Lloyd Webber spending millions to refurbish Her Majesty's Theatre. Cameron Mackintosh and Lucy St Louis (Christine Daaé) following the gala performance of Phantom. Whilst the production is still closely associated with its original cast, Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman and Steve Barton, who originated the roles of The Phantom, Christine Daeé and Raoul in London and on Broadway, there have been many memorable actors and actresses performing the roles over the last 35 years. The Phantom has been played by John Owen-Jones, Ramin Karimloo, Peter Polycarpou, Ben Forster andDavid Thaxton. Claire Moore, Gina Beck, Anna O'Byrne have all given memorable performances of Christine Daeé. And who could forget the performances of Michael Ball, John Barrowman, Killian Donnelly, Ramin Karimloo, Michael Xavier in the role of Raoul. The London production of The Phantom of the Opera currently stars double Olivier Award nominee Killian Donnelly as ‘The Phantom’, Lucy St Louis as ‘Christine Daaé’ and Rhys Whitfield as ‘Raoul’.  The cast also includes Saori Oda as ‘Carlotta Giudicelli’, Matt Harrop as ‘Monsieur Firmin’, Adam Linstead as ‘Monsieur André’, Greg Castiglioni as ‘Ubaldo Piangi’, Francesca Ellis as ‘Madame Giry’ and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of ‘Christine Daaé’ will be played by Holly-Anne Hull.  Boy George, journalist Kay Burley and record producer Pete Waterman snapped attending the gala performance of Phantom. Photo: Craig Sugden. The show features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart, and additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. It has a book by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber which is based on the novel ‘LeFantôme de l’Opera’ by Gaston Leroux. Orchestrations are by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Nick Ferrari, Jeremy Vine, Chris Moyles and Tiffany Austin snapped at The Phantom of the Opera 35th anniversary performance. Photo:Craig Sugden. The Phantom of the Opera tickets London are available to book through 13 February 2022. The Phantom of the Opera is booking until 13 February 2022 at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
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Ramin Karimloo, Bradley Jaden and Lucy St. Louis to star in ‘Camelot in Concert’
Ramin Karimloo, Bradley Jaden and Lucy St. Louis  will lead the cast in an exclusive one night only production of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot in Concert at the London Palladium in February 2022. Lerner and Loewe’s majestic musical Camelot brings the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table to life with an extraordinary score that dramatises  a love triangle between King Arthur, Guenevere and Sir Lancelot. “To perform as the majestic King Arthur and be joined by Lucy St. Louis as Guenevere and Bradley Jaden as Lancelot will make this an absolutely stunning show and I can’t wait.” said West End and Broadway star Ramin Karimloo. He added “This is going to be a very exciting production and the fact it is for one exclusive night only makes it even more special.” Camelot tells the story of Arthur, the idealistic King, who hopes to create a kingdom built on honour and dignity. His ideals, however, are tested when his lovely queen, Guenevere, falls in love with the young Knight, Lancelot creating one of the most famous love triangles in literary history. The piece features some of the most well-loved musical theatre songs including ‘If Ever I Would Leave You’, ‘I Loved You Once in Silence,’ and ‘Camelot’. West End and Broadway star Ramin Karimloo (Love Never Dies, Les Misérables) will play King Arthur, Bradley Jaden (Les Misérables, Wicked) will play Lancelot and Lucy St. Louis (Phantom of the Opera, Motown The Musical) is cast as Guenevere - all accompanied by a full orchestra.  Camelot first opened on Broadway in 1960 starring Julie Andrews and the late Richard Burton. The production won four Tony Awards and resulted in several revivals and the 1967 movie of the same name. In August 1964, the show first opened at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane where it ran for more than 500 performances. Camelot in Concert at the London Palladium is presented by live music and event promoters Cuffe and Taylor in association with theatre producers Lambert Jackson Productions. Lambert Jackson Creative Director Eliza Jackson said: “Camelot in Concert is an incredibly exciting production for us and one that we know will be very special. “With Ramin, Bradley and Lucy leading the cast as the legendary love triangle, we have the most incredible display of talent for this show, and we plan to announce more cast members soon. “Lerner and Loewe created the most soaring music with wonderfully descriptive lyrics and to be given the opportunity to bring this story to life at the magnificent London Palladium is something we very much look forward to doing.” Ben Hatton, Director of Theatre Touring for Cuffe and Taylor, added: “We are delighted to be working with Lambert Jackson and such a strong cast. This is an exclusive one-night only production and that means one thing – hurry to get your tickets as this is a not to be missed show.” Camelot in Concert runs on Sunday 6 February 2022 at the London Palladium. Tickets are now on sale
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Lucy St Louis to headline ‘Phantom’ in London’s West End
Lucy St Louis will play 'Christine Daaé' when the London production of The Phantom of the Opera resumes performances at Her Majesty's Theatre this July. St Louis will become the first black actress to play the role which has now been running for over 35 years in London. Lucy St Louis starred as ‘Diana Ross’ in the West End production of Motown The Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Her other West End credits include Beautiful The Carole King Musical, The Book of Mormon and Man of La Mancha which starred Kelsey Grammar. She has also appeared in Ragtime at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Rhys Whitfield and double Olivier Award nominee Killian Donnelly will play ‘Raoul’ and 'The Phantom' respectively. Both actors having previously played the roles in the UK tour. Killian Donnelly is best known for playing 'Charlie Price' in Kinky Boots The Musical (West End and Broadway), 'Huey' in the original London cast of Memphis and Deco in The Commitments. He has also played Jean Valjean, Enjolras and Courfeyrac in West End and touring productions of Les Miserables. Whitfield most recently played the role of ‘Raoul’ in the National Tour of Phantom. He has also appeared in Summer and Smoke at the Duke of York’s Theatre in the West End and as ‘Peter’ in Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. His other credits include Close to You at the Criterion Theatre and the UK tour of The Commitments. Rhys Whitfield, Lucy St Louis and Killian Donnelly. Photo Tim Bret-Day Andrew Lloyd Webber said today "I am thrilled to announce our first entirely new cast for The Phantom of the Opera in London in over 35 years. This cast includes some wonderful performers with whom I have worked in the past, such as Killian and Rhys as well as the hugely exciting Lucy St Louis in the role of Christine Daaé. Lucy first sang for me in between lockdowns one and two and I was utterly bewitched." Cameron Mackintosh said “Putting the new version of the original Phantom production back into its perfect home Her Majesty’s Theatre, 35 years after its premiere, is an unexpected thrill. None of us had any idea The Phantom would be haunting the stage for so long. Although many of our brilliant original creative colleagues including, Hal Prince, Maria Björnson and Gillian Lynne are sadly no longer with us, their work lives on inspiring our new creative team to stage the Phantom afresh, as if it was a brand new production." He added "This time around Her Majesty’s Theatre will take even more of a starring role alongside our brilliant new cast." The cast also includes Saori Oda as ‘Carlotta Giudicelli’, Matt Harrop as ‘Monsieur Firmin’, Adam Linstead as ‘Monsieur André’, Greg Castiglioni as ‘Ubaldo Piangi’, Francesca Ellis as ‘Madame Giry’ and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of ‘Christine Daaé’ will be played by Holly-Anne Hull. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Phantom of the Opera is written by Richard Stilgoe with lyrics by Charles Hart, it is composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with co-orchestration by Lloyd Webber and David Cullen. The Phantom of the Opera is booking from 27 July 2021 until 13 February 2022 at Her Majesty's Theatre, London.
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Phantom set for West End return in June 2021
The West End production of The Phantom of the Opera will resume performances at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London this June, assuming government audience restrictions are lifted. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber revealed the news in a recent interview with the Daily Telegraph, in which he noted the advances in coronavirus vaccines was a hugely positive step for the theatre industry. Whilst the production has been on hiatus, Her Majesty’s Theatre has undergone a much-needed renovation which the 34 year running of the show had previously prevented. When the Phantom does return fans will notice it won’t be the original production– as previously reported Lloyd Webber and Producer Cameron Mackintosh were at odds over whether the original production would return – and it will be interesting to see the extent of the changes. A joint statement released this summer stated it will take the form of a ‘brand new physical production’ of the original design. Killian Donnelly, who most recently starred as Jean Val Jean in the UK and Ireland tour of Les Miserables, will play the Phantom.  His numerous West End credits include Charlie Price in Kinky Boots, DJ Huey Calhoun in Memphis The Musical, Deco in The Commitments and Tony in Billy Elliot. Further casting to be announced. Based on a French gothic novelThe Phantom of the Opera tells the story of a disfigured composer, who lives in the bowls of the Paris Opera house, and falls in love with a young singer with devastating consequences. Featuring Lloyd Webber's soaring score the musical is written by Richard Stilgoe with lyrics by Charles Hart with co-orchestration by Lloyd Webber and David Cullen.
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TV adaptation of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ in development
A new tv adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera is reportedly in development by Gaumont, the French production company behind Netflix shows Narcos and F Is For Family. Novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz (Alex Rider series) has been tasked by Gaumont to reimagine Gaston Leroux’s iconic novel into a six-part miniseries. Horowitz will reportedly use Leroux’s 1910 gothic novel as the basis for the show, as opposed to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical version. The classic tale follows a disfigured composer, who lives in the depths of the Paris Opera House, and falls for singer Christine Daae with tragic consequences. Producer Cameron Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber announced this week the West End production of Phantom would not reopen at her Majesty’s Theatre in London until next year due to urgent repair work required on the sets, costumes and theatre. In the same week Andrew Lloyd Webber was forced to address rumours about attempts to scale down the cast and orchestra of the production posting on twitter "Please believe me. I'm doing everything in my power to ensure that when Phantom returns it is the brilliant original - ALW".  Ultimately, the power to change the production rests with Cameron Mackintosh and ALW's tweet gently reminded social media of the fact. https://twitter.com/OfficialALW/status/1274999965740392449?s=20 The Tony and Olivier award winning musical is routinely billed as one of the most successful shows in history, having grossed over 6 billion dollars in world-wide receipts. Now in its 34th year, The Phantom of the Opera is the 2nd longest running musical and 3rd longest running production in London's West End history.
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London production of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ closed for extended period
The London production of The Phantom of the Opera will remain closed for an extended period of time to carry out essential repairs on the venue, sets, costumes. Following Cameron Mackintosh's announcement that his four major West End musicals - Les Misérables, Mary Poppins, Hamilton and The Phantom of the Opera - would not reopen until 2021, it was has now been confirmed that Phantom will not reopen until mid 2021. Producer Cameron Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group put out a joint statement saying that "over the last few months of the London run and since the enforced closure of The Phantom of the Opera due to Covid-19 [they have] undertaken a number of specialist inspections to see how much repair and maintenance work is needed to be done to the physical production and the theatre. The conclusion is that unfortunately the work is so considerable, a period of extended closure is urgently needed." It added: “The set of this, the original production, is now over 34 years old and unsurprisingly many of the scenic elements are coming to the end of their natural life which was never envisaged to be as long as this when first built. LW Theatres, operator of Her Majesty’s Theatre, also need to attend to a number of remedial works on this historic building that for the last four decades has only been able to undertake decorative work.” The Phantom of the Opera is based on Gaston Leroux’s 1910 gothic French novel of the same name about a disfigured composer, who lives in the bowls of the Paris Opera house, and falls in love with a young singer with devastating consequences. The smash-hit musical premiered in the West End in 1986 and on Broadway in 1988 winning three Olivier and  seven Tony Awards including Best Musical for both. The Phantom of the Opera is the 2nd longest running musical and 3rd longest running production in London's West End history. The show is one of the most successful musicals of all time having been seen by over 130 million people and grossed over 6-billion dollars worldwide. It is understood that all employees on the production, including on stage and off, have been released from their contracts because of the closure. A new opening date for the The Phantom of the Opera is to be announced.
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The Phantom Of The Opera: new dates + venues for 2020 tour
The Phantom of The Opera musical has announced further dates and venues for the 2020 UK and Ireland tour. Three further venues have been added to the tour which opens at Curve, Leicester 22 February 2020 where it runs until 21 March 2020. The new venues include Sunderland Empire (4 November – 5 December 2020), Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff (9 December 2020 – 16 January 2021) and Plymouth Theatre Royal (20 January – 20 February 2021). As previously announced the tour will play dates at Manchester Palace Theatre (26 March - 30 May 2020), Bord Gais Energy Theatre Dublin (10 June – 18 July 2020), Birmingham Hippodrome (29 July – 12 September 2020) and Edinburgh Festival Theatre (23 September - 31 October 2020).  Now in its 34th year in the West End, The Phantom of The Opera is widely considered one of the most beautiful and spectacular productions in history. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s romantic, haunting and soaring score includes Music of the Night, All I Ask of You, Masquerade and the iconic title song. Show synopsis: The Phantom of The Opera tells the tale of a disfigured musical genius known only as ‘The Phantom’ who haunts the depths of the Paris Opera House. Mesmerised by the talents and beauty of a young soprano – Christine, the Phantom lures her as his protégé and falls fiercely in love with her. Unaware of Christine’s love for Raoul, the Phantom’s obsession sets the scene for a dramatic turn of events where jealousy, madness and passions collide. The smash-hit musical is the only show in history to have celebrated 30 years on stage on both side of the Atlantic. In addition to London and New York, the show is currently playing in Prague and Sao Paulo, as well as on tour in the US and Asia. Further dates, venues and casting for the tour will be announced in due course. The Phantom of the Opera is booking until 4 April 2020 at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London.
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New casting announced for ‘The Phantom Of The Opera’
Cast changes been announced for The Phantom Of The Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre in London. Australian musical theatre star Josh Piterman will make his West End debut on 9 September when he assumes the title role in the London production of 'The Phantom of the Opera'. Piterman's musical theatre credits include ‘Tony’ in 'West Side Story'; ‘Jamie’ in 'The Last Five Year'”; ‘Edward’ in 'Blood Brothers'; and ‘Gerry Goffin’ in 'Beautiful – The Carole King Musical', all in his native Australia. Josh’s UK theatre credits include playing ‘Corny Collins’ in the UK Tour of 'Hairspray'. Also joining the cast from 9 September 2019 will be Britt Lenting (The Voice of Holland, Hairspray UK tour, Legally Blonde UK tour) as ‘Carlotta Giudicelli’ and Richard Woodford (Les Misérables, We Will Rock You, Starlight Express) as ‘Monsieur André’. Continuing in the show will be Kelly Mathieson as ‘Christine Daaé’, Ross Dawes as ‘Monsieur Firmin’, Jacinta Mulcahy as ‘Madame Giry’, Paul Ettore Tabone as ‘Ubaldo Piangi’, Georgia Ware as ‘Meg Giry’ and Scott Davies as the standby ‘Phantom’. Danny Whitehead will now play ‘Raoul’ and Bridget Costello will now play the alternate ‘Christine Daaé’. Now in its 34th year, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh's production of  The Phantom of the Opera is the 2nd longest running musical and 3rd longest running production in London's West End history. The Phantom Of The Opera is currently booking until April 2020 at Her Majesty's Theatre, London.

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  1. I think they should come out with a new london cast recording and a new broadway cast recording does anyone know if they will

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