Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerising score along with jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, magically combine to bring this tragic love story to life.
The musical first opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on Thursday 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles. Since then Phantom of the Opera has gone on to become one of the highest-grossing musicals of all time, winning 70 major theatre awards and been seen by over 140 million people worldwide.
VENUE Her Majesty’s Theatre, Haymarket, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4QL
TICKETS From £22.50 – No fees
All ticket prices include a £1.70 restoration levy
BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE For maximised flexibility, customers can exchange their tickets up to 48 hours prior to the event. A £2 per ticket exchange fee will apply.
RUNNING TIME 2 hours & 30 minutes (including 20 min interval)
At certain moments during this production, from a small number of seats your view may be briefly interrupted. This production contains scenes that some people may find distressing and includes the use of: gunshots, flashing lighting effects, theatrical smoke effects, and pyrotechnics.
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ACCESS Click here to find out about access tickets for Phantom of the Opera
AGE RECOMMENDATION 8+
We aren’t able to admit any children under the age of 4 and every customer must have their own ticket. To help us make sure everyone enjoys the show, your little ones need to be able to sit in their own seat without any assistance.
CONTENT WARNINGS This show contains loud sounds, gun shots, flashing lights, haze, fire, pyrotechnics and depictions of violence and death at certain points during the performance. If you would like more detailed information of when these will occur, please click here. Please be aware this page contains spoilers.
We are working hard to ensure the safety of all patrons and performers. Due to Covid-19 safety measures, we are unable to accept gifts or items for signing and there will be no public access to Stage Door. The cast won’t be able to sign items or take photos when entering or leaving the building.
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“This West End spectacular more than deserves its classic status”
“Spectacle abounds. The show has only grown in its artistic power.”
The Sunday Times
“Worthy of its place in theatre history.”
“Lloyd Webber’s epic tearjerker is back in all its gothic glory. Killian Donnelly is a marvellous new Phantom.”
“The music of the night is back.”
“Welcome back Phantom, we’ve missed you.”
“The staging has never looked more spectacular.”
Meet the West End Cast
Lucy St Louis plays ‘Christine Daaé’ and Rhys Whitfield plays ‘Raoul’. They join double Olivier Award nominee Killian Donnelly as ‘The Phantom’.
The cast also includes Saori Oda as ‘Carlotta Giudicelli’, Matt Harrop as ‘Monsieur Firmin’, Adam Linstead as ‘Monsieur André’, Greg Castiglioni as ‘Ubaldo Piangi’, Francesca Ellis as ‘Madame Giry’ and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. At certain performances the role of ‘Christine Daaé’ will be played by Holly-Anne Hull.
They are joined by Leeroy Boone, Corina Clark, Edward Court, Lily De-La-Haye, Hywel Dowsell, Jemal Felix, Erin Flaherty, James Gant, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Yukina Hasebe, Olivia Holland-Rose, Grace Hume, James Hume, Donald Craig Manuel, Jonathan Milton, Janet Mooney, Tim Morgan, Beatrice Penny-Toure, Michael Robert-Lowe, Nikki Skinner, Tim Southgate, Ashley Stillburn, Manon Taris, Anouk Van Laake, Skye Weiss, Simon Whitaker and Karen Wilkinson.