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Theatre details

Her Majesty`s Theatre

Her Majesty`s Theatre
57 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4QL

Directions:
Exit Piccadilly Circus and head away from the statue of Eros. At the end of the road turn right and continue down Haymarket. Stay on Haymarket and the theatre is on your right hand side. This is approximately a 4 minute walk.

Tube:
Piccadilly Circus station is 3 minute walk (250 metres)

Performances

MatineeEvening
Monday7.30pm
Tuesday7.30pm
Wednesday7.30pm
Thursday2.30pm7.30pm
Friday7.30pm
Saturday2.30pm7.30pm

Show notes

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Booking from: 10 Jan 2017

Booking until: 14 Oct 2017

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The Show
The Phantom of the Opera is Andrew Lloyd Webber's enchanting tale which is ensured to provide a mesmerising and unforgettable experience for theatre goers. The performance of this legendary love story incorporates stunning scenery and breath-taking effects to really bring this classic to life. The show portrays the shadowy existence of the Phantom who hides beneath the Splendour and Glamour of the Paris Opera House. The Phantom is a character feared by all, who is forced into a life of loneliness and isolation due to being shamed for his appearance. Follow this spell binding tale of tragedy as the phantom falls deeply in love with his beautiful protégée Christine Daae.

Note: the sides of the Grand Circle are side view restricted.

The rear of the Stalls and Royal Circle are restricted by the overhang.

The History of The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera first premiered in London's West End on the 9th October 1986 at Her Majesty's Theatre. It celebrated its 10,000th performance on the23rd October 2010, and is now still running strong in its 29th year. The West End production of The Phantom of the Opera was such a great success that it wasn't long before it was premiering in Broadway on the 26th January 1988. It was a massive success and swept all the theatre awards, including the Tony Awards and the Drama Desk Awards. It is estimated that Phantom has been seen by more than 140 million people worldwide, can you really afford to miss this legendary theatre production?

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Awards and what the critics have to say
In total The Phantom of the Opera has won over 70 Awards, the London production of the show alone has won 3 Awards for its outstanding contribution to theatre. In 1986 the show was awarded 2 Olivier Awards, including Musical of the year. In the same year the show also won an Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical. If the Awards alone are not enough to tempt you to see the show have a look at the great reviews it has received from the Critics and the general public.

'Four words sum up the success of Andrew Lloyd Webber's triumphant re-working of this vintage spine-tingling melodrama. Stars, Spectacle, Score, Story' - Daily Mail
'Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical The Phantom of the Opera is a gorgeous operatic extravaganza that is a thrill to the blood and a sensual feast to the eye' Sunday Express'Soring Ballads and sensational stage effects' - Daily Telegraph
'Now the longest running show in the history of Her Majesty's Theatre, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera continues to wow audiences and cast its magical spell in dominating London's 'West End musical theatre!' - Gary Mack, London Theatre Guide Online

Interesting facts about The Phantom of the Opera
  • The West End production played its 10,000th performance on 23 October 2010
  • The Phantom of the Opera has been produced in 151 cities, in 30 countries around the world, including Brazil, China, Denmark, Holland and Hong Kong
  • Playing worldwide it has been translated into no fewer than 13 languages including French, German, Japanese, Danish and Swedish.
  • In the original production The Phantom's make-up takes two hours to put on and 30 minutes to take off
  • Each performance has 230 costumes, 14 dressers, 120 automated cues, 22 scene changes, 281 candles and uses 250 kg of dry ice and 10 fog and smoke machines

The Phantom of the Opera audience reviews

Exceptional, 95%Score from 923 reviews

"Everyone should see this show!"20/1/2017

"Brilliant show, lovely theatre. Good bar which wasn`t too busy. Small toilets leading to queues."

"Best Show ever"19/1/2017

"Spectacular costumes, special effects and great music"

"showstopper"13/1/2017

"this is not the first time i have seen phantom but it was the first time with my partner. \trust me, a show not to be missed."

"Phantom of the opera"7/1/2017

"excellent show not to be missed"

"Don`t book restricted viewing seats!"17/12/2016

"The show was great, really enjoyed it! However, the head of the man sitting in front of me featured in most of the first half of the show. I swapped seats with my husband for the second half, which was slightly better. I didn`t think it was going to be as restricted as it was!"

"Phantom"9/12/2016

"This show is excellent, I took my husband to see it for his Christmas Present, he loved it. There was only one problem and that was how uncomfortable the seats are, I felt like an iron bar was pressing in my back, come on Her Majesty`s theatre, I think it time you improved your seating."

"Phantom of the opera, excellent performance"7/12/2016

"The performance was excellent but I was too uncomfortable on the seats to enjoy the show. They were so uncomfortable and no leg room whatsoever, couldn`t cross or straighten my legs. I would never come to this theatre again"

"Brillllll"7/12/2016

"Brilllll"

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The Phantom of the Opera

Her Majesty`s Theatre
57 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4QL

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