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The Brilliant Original: The Phantom of the Opera celebrated its 25th Anniversary with three spectacular sell-out performances at the Royal Albert Hall in October 2011.Now in its 26th record-breaking year, this multi-award winning musical continues to captivate audiences night after night. Renowned across the globe The Phantom of the Opera is the world’s best selling musical. Based on the 1911 novel by Gaston Leroux The Phantom of the Opera London tells a Gothic tale of love and destruction in the heart of the Paris Opera.
When the lead soprano of the opera refuses to go on stage through fear of the mysterious opera ghost, chorus girl Christine Daaé gets her opportunity to shine. Triumphant on the stage she returns to her dressing room to be congratulated by childhood friend Raoul, confiding in him that it is the Angel of Music who has taught her.
Fraught with jealousy the Phantom of the Opera appears to Christine and takes her to his lair across the lake beneath the Opera House. Struggling with his love for Christine and determined that she will sing the lead in the opera for him the Phantom wreaks havoc on any that try to halt his plans. With powerful songs, striking performances and an astounding set The phantom of the Opera London is a must see show.
The original cast recording of the Phantom of the Opera London is the biggest selling cast album of all time, having exceeded 40 million sales across the world. Filled with passion and emotion the soundtrack includes the hit songs Music of the Night, Phantom of the Opera, Think of Me, and All I Ask of You.
The Phantom of the Opera, London has won over 50 major theatre awards, including the 1986 Olivier Award and the 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical, and has been seen by over 100 million people. Opening at Her Majesty’s theatre in 1986 the Phantom has resided there since and has staged over 10,000 performances at that theatre alone.
From Monday 12 December 2011 Earl Carpenter will return to the role of ‘The Phantom’, and from Monday 19 March Peter Jöback will take over the role. From Monday 16 January Katy Treharne will also join the company as ‘Christine’ at certain performances.
Please note: Cast members cannot be guaranteed for every performance.
Phantom of the Opera Theatre Breaks always includes tickets with hotel accommodation, and the number of tickets you request must be the same as the number of hotel guests.
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