‘The Phantom Of The Opera’ Extends Booking Period Until September 2024

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical will continue performances at His Majesty’s Theatre in the West End, with performances now scheduled until at least September 28th, 2024.

The long-running production opened in London in 1986 and recently celebrated its 37th year in London’s West End. Based on the 1910 novel by Gaston Leroux of the same name, the plot of The Phantom of the Opera follows the story of the relationship between a mysterious, disfigured man who hides in the depths of the Paris Opera House and a beautiful and talented young singer, who he secretly tutors.

The current cast of the show features Jon Robyns and Lily Kerhoas playing the Phantom and Christine with Joe Griffiths-Brown as Raoul, Matt Harrop as Monsieur Firmin, Francesca Ellis as Madame Giry, Kelly Glyptis as Carlotta Giudicell, David Kristopher-Brown as Ubaldo Piangi, Adam Linstead as Monsieur André, and Maiya Hikasa as Meg Giry. For certain performances, Paige Blankson will play the role of Christine Daaé.

The remainder of the cast is completed by Melanie Gowie, Hollie Aires, Corina Clark, Michael Colbourne, Colleen Rose Curran, Leonard Cook, Lily De-La-Haye, Connor Ewing, Hywel Dowsell, James Gant, Serina Faull, Florence Fowler, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Thomas Holdsworth, Yukina Hasebe, Samuel Haughton, Federica Basile, Grace Hume, Jacob Hughes, Tim Morgan, Tim Southgate, Eve Shanu-Wilson, Zoë Soleil Vallée, Victoria Ward, Jasmine Wallis, Andrew York, Ralph Watts, and Simon Whitaker.

 

Booking & Theatre Information For The Phantom Of The Opera

His Majesty’s Theatre is a fairly large and historic West End theatre that has four levels of seating and a capacity of 1231 seats and has recently been renamed following the coronation of King Charles III.

The seating blocks within the venue are quite shallow and feature numerous obstructions due to support pillars, rails, and overhangs from upper levels. Many seats within the venue restrict the view of the famous falling chandelier, however, this scene lasts for just a couple of seconds and some of these seats offer clear views for the rest of the production and can be considered to be good value despite having a ‘restricted view’ and will suit bargain hunters looking for cheap Phantom Of The Opera tickets and lastminute bargains.

Premium seats in the theatre are located in the centre of the Stalls along with the front rows of the Royal Circle which is an excellent vantage point and guarantees that none of the action on stage will be missed.

Due to the number of seats in the theatre that are labeled as having a restricted view, it is highly recommended to study the seating plan before purchase to survey the severity of the restriction. Seats in the Grand Circle are usually cheaper than the other tiers and there are fewer restrictions in this area. Balcony seats in the fourth tier are very high up and feel quite distant from the stage which is reflected in the price but these may not be suitable for people who suffer from vertigo.