The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Breaks in London
Book Phantom of the Opera Theatre Breaks and become a part of history seeing the longest running musical in London. When an unknown singer is tutored to become the leading lady by a mysterious masked man, there are bound to be fireworks and even murder on the haunted Paris Opera stage.
Remains the most exciting musical in London Daily Mail
Magic, memorable and so spectacular Sunday Express
Theatrebreaks.com says The grandaddy of West End musical theatre, a show not to be missed in your lifetime
The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Breaks are the jewel in the crown of London’s West End as well as being seen in 119 cities in 24 countries and played to over 80 million people. Awards include the Laurence Olivier and Evening Standard Award for Best Musical and seven Tony Awards.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most romantic of musical Theatre Breaks is based on Gaston Leroux’s gothic novel of life beneath the stage of the Paris Opera where a mysterious masked man falls in love with Christine, a young singer, who inspires “the music of the night”.
Argentinian singing star Gerónimo Rauch (pictured right) has taken over the lead role of The Phantom. It’s only a shame those dreamy eyes are hidden behind a mask! Previously he played Jean Valjean in Les Miserables at the Queens theatre.
Where is it?
Her Magesty’s Theatre
How do I get there?
Nearest tube station to The Phantom of the Opera is …Piccadilly Circus on the Piccadilly & Bakerloo lines
When can I see it?
The show opened on 9th October1986 and is currently booking to 25th April 2015
What time does it start?
Monday to Saturday 19.30; Thursday and Saturday 14.30
Who’s in it?
Gerónimo Rauch – The Phantom; Harriet Jones – Christine; Liam Tamne – Raoul; Lara Martins – Carlotta; Andy Hockley – Monsieur Firmin; Martin Ball – Monsieur André; Jacinta Mulcahy – Madame Giry