The Phantom of the Opera
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The mesmerizing London show Phantom of the Opera revolves around a masked man and his obsessive love for Christine, a chorus girl. The deformed musical genius use to haunt the Opera members until he falls in love with Christine. She considers him to be an angel who has been sent by her dead father.
Her Majesty’s Theatre is a popular Westend Theatre located in HayMarket, City of Westminister, London. The current building has been designed by Charles J Phipps, whereas it had been built for actor manager Herbert Beerbohm Tree in the year 1897. He also founded the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at the theatre.
During the era of Tree, some of the outstanding works of renowned playwright had been performed, such as Shakespeare, Bernard Shaw, J M Synge, Noel Cowards and J Priestley. Since 1986, Webber’s hugely loved show, Phantom of the Opera is ruling the hearts of theatre lovers and has been critically and massively acclaimed.
Legendary musical, Phantom of the Opera has recently celebrated its 26th anniversary amidst huge fan fare. Experience the haunting tragic love saga of Phantom and the chorus girl at fullest at Her Majesty’s London Theatre! You can book online tickets now and avail an exciting discount package of 70%. We offer safe and secure booking with seat allocation made before the payment done. All booking will be done from the official STAR agent Websites. So, get your tickets now and have a memorable experience!
The blockbuster and award winning London show, The Phantom of the Opera is running with packed houses at the magnificent Her Majesty Theatre! The stunning theatre is located at 57 Haymarket, SW1Y 4QL amidst London’s Theatreland near Piccadilly Circus. The venue is positioned close to some of the finest hotels and restaurants. Some of the topmost London attractions are located at a nearby distance like National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and the London Transport Museum.
The venue is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. You can visit the venue via bus route numbers 6, 12, 13, 15, 22B, 38, 53, 88 and 159. The theatre has an astounding occupancy of 1216 and spread across four levels.
For those who want to catch some great view of the stage can go for the Stalls section in the centre of the front rows. Ticket price are bit higher than other sections. Royal Circle overhangs the Stalls section and offers some great views of the stage. Grand Circle is the second highest tier of the theatre offering reasonable view at low ticket price. Balcony is the uppermost tier and is quite far away from the main action. However, if you are looking for cheap tickets then this is a great place to go for.
For disabled patrons and carers, theatre offers discounted tickets. The Box office is equipped with an induction loop, whereas an infra-red systems with headsets. The Grade II listed theatre is located since the year 1705, whereas the current building has been into existence from the year 1897. Some of the major plays have been hosted here such as George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion and Chu Chin Chow by Oscar Asche as well as works by playwrights such as J. B. Priestly, Noel Coward and J. M. Synge. Since 1986, Phantom of the Opera is running with houseful shows and still going strong.
The mesmerizing London show, The Phantom of the Opera is running with packed houses at the magnificent Her Majesty Theatre! Booking period of the blockbuster show has been extended and tickets will be now on sale up to 04 March 2017 at the Her Majesty Theatre!
Since 1986, the heart touching London show, Phantom of the Opera is running with packed houses. The mesmerizing show is enjoyed by in 124 cities and 25 countries by 100 million people. The blockbuster show has grossed £1.7 billion.
Current casting of The Phantom of the Opera comprises of Gerónimo Rauch as ‘The Phantom’, Harriet Jones as ‘Christine’, Andy Hockley as ‘Monsieur Firmin’; Martin Ball as ‘Monsieur Andre’; Lara Martins as ‘Carlotta’ and Jacinta Mulcahy as ‘Madame Giry’.
Under the superb direction of Harold Prince along with chartbusting music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, whereas lyrics penned by Charles Hart. The haunting musical is adapted from the popular novel by Gaston Leroux and revolves around the tragic love saga of beautiful opera singer and disfigured young composer who is ashamed of his physical appearance. The brilliant show is set against the backdrop of majestic Opera Paris House.
The Phantom of the Opera went on winning prestigious 70 major awards which comprises of seven Tony’s on Broadway and three Olivier Awards in the West End along with the ‘Most Popular Musical Audience Award’, in the 2002 Laurence Olivier Awards.