Phantom of the Opera - Her Majesty's Theatre

  • Venue: Her Majesty's Theatre, London
  • Genre: Musical
  • Dates: Present - Saturday 27 February 2010
  • Times: Monday - Saturday at 7:30pm, Tuesday & Saturday at 2.30pm
  • Prices & Availabilities: make an enquiry with Visiting Britain

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Phantom of the Opera

After the success of the film version, The Phantom of the Opera was adapted into a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber who also created many famous musicals such as Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar and so on.
Based on the Gothic novel of Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera musical aims to be passionate, touching and visually delighting.

The story takes place in a Parisian opera house and the plot is about the life of Christine, an outstanding young opera singer. She discovers an underground area in the theatre inhabited by Erik a mysterious musical composer whom hides his face behind a mask. This mask covers his deformed features.
From pity to disgust, many feelings will invade you with Erik's appearance and behaviour. Indeed, Erik is bad-tempered and even forces Christine to stay with him in the catacomb. Raoul, Christine's lover, realises she is spending time with Erik and does not resist to his feeling of jealousy. The action is heating up all along the musical and the audience will get completely mad.

The Phantom of the Opera musical is one of the most sought musicals in London. That is why you are highly advised to buy your tickets in advance to get the better prices and seats on the date you chose.
Andre Lloyd Webber is considered one of the greatest musical writers of all time and Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom is a really good cast choice. The Phantom of the Opera is unmissable for all musical lovers and fans of dark gothic stories.
You may know that this London musical is not particularly suitable for children because of the adult love affairs and the frightening performance of the mysterious Erik. Nonetheless parents should not be too worried about taking their families to this production as it globally sends a good moral message to children – do not judge people on their appearances.

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