The “Phantom of the Opera” is here!

, Haymarket, London 51.508123 -0.132033
Dates & Time:
7.30 PM (Mon to Sat)
2.30 PM matinees (Thu and Sat)
Running time:
2 hours 30 mins, with interval
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Read The London Craig blog> Read Craig’s review  I’ve seen this show myself. Check out my London blog for a full review of the theatre and show.  Feel free to ask me a question about this show

Director -- Harold Prince
Written by -- Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Stilgoe
Cast -- (the cast may change on different dates) Ben Forster, Celinde Schoenmaker, Harriet Jones, Nadim Naaman, Sion Lloyd, Mark Oxtoby, Megan Llewellyn, Paul Ettore Tabone, Jacinta Mulcahy, Daisy Alice Hulbert, Scott Davies, Philip Griffiths, Tim Morgan, Hadrian Delacey, Lyndsey Gardiner, Richard Kent, Tom Sterling, Paul Morrissey, Ellen Jackson, James Roxby Brown, Ryan Goscinski, Charlotte Vaughan, Matt Blaker, Maria Coyne, Victoria Ward, Leo Miles, Joanna Strand
Music and lyrics -- Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart, Richard Stilgoe

"The Phantom of the Opera" is Andrew Lloyd Webber's finest musical, and has been running in London for an incredible 28 years.

It tells the story of a horribly scarred composer who lives a shadowy existence below the Paris Opera House, hiding himself away so no can see his appearance. But then he falls for the beautiful opera singer upstairs, and ventures out in a white mask to see her.

But she is already promised to another, and the Phantom begins a campaign of terror to win her heart.

Craig has been to see the "The Phantom of the Opera" himself, and ranks it right up there with the best West End shows he's seen (read his review). Andrew Lloyd Webber put some of his most memorable tunes into this show, but what makes it great is the set. Some of them are absolutely fantastic -- they show them boating across an underground lake with glowing candles rising up out of the smoke. And if you don't already know already about the chandelier then I won't spoil the surprise!

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Have you got a review?  Or a question about Phantom Of The Opera?

pwyn – “After watching the movie a couple of times and enjoying it, I decided to go and see the stage version. Even though I dont think the leads were as good as the film version (which is to be expected, I suppose), the stage version was easily the most enjoyable. Why? I think it has something to do with sitting in the darkened theatre with those fabulous sets and the actors right in front of you. It just makes you feel so much more involved in the story and the songs are much more powerful. There are also lots of little touches that are a real joy when done in a theatre, and just cant be reproduced in a movie (if you haven't seen the "chandeleir" bit yet, then i won't spoil it!)”

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