The Phantom of the Opera
- See Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical on the West End stage.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera debuted at the West End in 1986. It snatched up an Olivier Award in the same year and earned a Tony in 1988. Webber composed the score for the musical, while the Charles Hart penned the lyrics to the beloved songs. It is one of the longest-running musical productions in British theatre, charming audiences in its original form even today. Book your Phantom of the Opera London tickets today to enjoy a show at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Appealing theatre in the right way
Every aspect of The Phantom of the Opera shouts world-class, right from stunning costume to attractive set design to special effects. However, the main draw for audiences is the haunting tale the musical showcases. Adapted from Gaston Leroux’s novel bearing the same name, the plot revolves around a chorus singer named Christine Daaé at the Opera Populaire.
A mysterious being, known only as the opera ghost lives in the sewers beneath the Opera. He terrorizes the cast and crew of the Opera but falls in love with Daaé. He starts training her to become a better singer. However, Christine does not harbour the same love toward the opera ghost, instead falling in love with her childhood friend, Raoul. The ghost intends to spend his life with Christine at any cost. What will the ghost do next? Is Christine and Raoul’s love destined to fail? Get your Phantom of the Opera London tickets today to know the answers to these questions and more.
Harold Prince’s lovely direction compliments the setpieces and the overall plot. Ben Lewis portrays the ghost or Phantom, while Kelly Matthieson plays Christine Daaé. Those watching the production for the first time should keep their ears open for popular songs. These include ‘The Music of the Night’, ‘All I Ask of You’, ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ and many more.
Show timings and dates
The production’s current run at Her Majesty’s Theatre extends until April 4, 2020. Visit the venue at 7.30 PM between Mondays and Saturdays to enjoy the evening show. The matinee shows are scheduled at 2.30 PM every Thursdays and Saturdays. There are no shows on Mondays.
With a run time of 2 hours and 35 minutes, each The Phantom of the Opera show includes an intermission. The play is suitable for children over 10 years, due to some mild language and disturbing themes.
The theatre can seat 1216 people at once, and sell-out shows are expected. Book your Phantom of the Opera London tickets online to pick your seats. After ticket purchase, save the voucher, sent to your email, on your mobile device. Displaying the voucher copy along with valid photo identification at the theatre Box Office resulting in a convenient entry.
Outside food is restricted within the venue. Visit nearby restaurants, eateries or cafes to enjoy a meal before or after the show. The theatre is equipped with a lounge, open to ticket-holders before curtains up. You can relax and enjoy beverages here before the production starts.
“The music is soaring and operatic. The characters are archetypes in a way that speaks to the timelessness of mythology. For example, the Phantom is flesh and blood and also “there, inside your mind”. He is the angel of music, but he looks like the devil.”
– The Guardian
“The Phantom Of The Opera continues to play to packed houses and, in every way, is an example, perhaps a high water mark, of magical theatre of the ornate, musical kind. Harold Prince’s direction is as effective, sharp and detailed as ever.”
– British Theatre
Ben Lewis as The Phantom
Kelly Mathieson as Christine Daaé
Jeremy Taylor as Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny
Composer and Co-Orchestrator
Andrew Lloyd Webber
‘The Phantom of the Opera’, ‘The Music of the Night’, ‘The Point of No Return’, and ‘All I Ask of You’.
Monday to Saturday: 7:30 PM
Thursday and Saturday: 2:30 PM
Getting your tickets
You will receive your tickets via email shortly after booking. Please display them on your mobile device along with valid photo ID.
The theatre has a seating capacity of 1,216. It has an in-house lounge, cloakroom, and is wheelchair accessible.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.