Phantom of the Opera
at Her Majesty's Theatre
Phantom of the Opera is the musical of musicals and pure joy for musical lovers. Andrew Lloyd Webber's mesterpiece celebrated it's 25th anniversary in 2011 and continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty's Theatre in London's West End, after more than 10,000 performances.
What is The Phantom of the Opera about?
Phantom of the Opera is based on a classic French thriller about a terrifying and mythbound ghost, who haunts the old french opera house, and falls in love with the young and beautiful actress.
Who is the muscial suitable for?
Phantom of the Opera is for most people, both frequent musical guests and first timers. The muscial isn't fitting for young children as certain scenes are scary, it is after all about the Phantom of the Opera. It's recommened for children from age 10 and up.
Which seats should I choose?
The best seats are Stalls, Royal Circle or Grand Circle. As a general rule of thumb, the more expensive the tickets are, the better the seats.
The rows are in alphabetical order with row A closest to the stage, row B is row 2 and so forth. The seats start with the lowest number from the left (if you stand on the stage) and the highest numbers are to the right.
Certain seats are marked with R/V, meaning restricted view or S/V, side view, which either could be that the seats have partly limited view because of e.g. a poll or because the seat is far off to the side of the row.
Did you know this about Phantom of the Opera?
The Phantom of the Opera is a musical phenonomen with some of the most extravagant setting, costumes and special effects ever used on a stage. The play had its world premiere in London October 9, 1986, and ever since it has played over 5000 shows in the same theater in London. Around the world The Phantom of the Opera has been shown in over 90 cities and won over 50 theater awards!
Other classic musicals playing in London:
- Shortly after your booking is complete, you will receive an e-ticket by email. Please print out your ticket and bring it with you to the theater.
- The show lasts approx. 2 hours and 30 minutes incl. intermission.
- Please note: The sides of the Grand Circle are side view restricted. The rear of the Stalls and Royal Circle are restricted by the overhang.
Phantom of the Opera Reviews
"Soaring ballads and sensational stage effects."
The Daily Telegraph
Phantom of the Opera Press release
MAJOR CAST CHANGES IN THE SMASH HIT ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER MUSICAL “THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA” AT HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE IN LONDON! EARL CARPENTER TO RETURN TO THE ROLE OF ‘THE PHANTOM’ FROM MONDAY 12 ...
Monday to Saturday 7.30pm
Thursday and Saturday 2.30pm
2 hours 30 minutes