Be enthralled by Andrew Lloyd Webber's award-winning musical, The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre.
The London show tells the story of a mysterious phantom who terrorises the Paris Opera in an effort to make his protégé, Christine, the leading lady of the opera house.
With the help of a mesmerising score, jaw-dropping scenery and special effects, the Phantom of the Opera cast stun audiences as they perform unforgettable songs including The Music of the Night and Think of Me.
Book your Phantom of the Opera London tickets to witness the magic of this tragic love story for yourself.
|Adult Ticket||£25.00 (USD 34.98) to £175.00 (USD 244.84) per ticket|
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Top 5 reviews of The Phantom of the Opera musical at Her Majesty's Theatre
The main reason for my London visit. I had been to London a few times before but I came specifically this time around just to see "Phantom of the Opera".
I was so thrilled to see the original production of "The Phantom of the Opera"! I've been a fan for as long as I can remember. I remember when I still had a voice coach I would always beg to sing repertoire from this musical.
I've seen POTO... more
The Phantom of the Opera is one of my favourite musicals! It's a classic and must be seen. This is the second time I've seen it. The first time I saw it at Broadway. It is just such a good show. Costumes are impeccable. The voices outstanding. A MUST see.
However, as with all musicals in London it is overpriced and the seats are uncomfortable. If you are sitting in front of a tall person... more
You're either going to love or hate "Phantom of Opera". I really don't know anyone who has an opinion between "love love love it" and "how is this is god awful show still running?" That said, if you're going to see Phantom, you may as well see this production of it, in its home theatre in London.
No stage and no show has compared to this one, which I have seen twice. Both of the casts I saw... more
Nope. Not even close to entertaining. The songs were pretty horrendous (and repetitive). The only amusing bit was some 80s throw back. Couldn't understand a word anyone said but when i did the lyrics were just silly. And so many people sang on top of each other at such high falsettos it was just a jumbled mess. It seemed like they all had talent but I was just waiting it to come to an end I... more
My fiance and I purchased tickets to see the Phantom of the Oprah online about a month or two before our trip to London. The day of our show, we experienced no issues with picking up our tickets at the theater (which is always something we usually worry about when a decent amount of money is involved).
The theater itself is gorgeous. We sat in the middle of the second row and the view was... more