Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: Her Majesty's Theatre
Venue Directions: Take the Bakerloo or Piccadilly line to Piccadilly Circus station and exit onto Haymarket. The theatre is approximately 5 minutes walk.
Seating Plan: Her Majesty's Theatre
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My wife and I have now seen Phantom twice in London and once on Broadway and it has to be one of the best West End shows going, proven by how long it's been running for! Right from the start the music blows you away with the incredible chandelier scene and right through both acts it continues until the finale.
Last saw it quite a few months back now so the cast may have changed but when we saw it we thought they were all pretty much spot on, particularly Raoul who had a brilliant voice.
The broadway version was good as well but if I'm honest it didn't compare to the London version, their Phantom had a rather obvious American accent which unlike the other cast members he didn't seem to hide very well and it just seem to detract from the authenticity of the show, but still well worth seeing!
If you've not been to the West End before, make sure this is top of your list and it won't be the last time!
Review submitted by: Will and Lisa
The best show I have ever seen! Would definitely go many more times.
Review submitted by: charlotte
The Phantom of the Opera has extended its booking period - tickets are now on sale to 25 April 2015 at Her Majesty's Theatre. (Christmas dates 21 Dec to... read more
Published: Apr 22 2014 10:22AM