The spectacular sequel to one of the world’s most legendary musical productions of all time, Phantom Of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Weber's Love Never Dies, has enchanted audiences around the globe with its incredible musical score, heartfelt story line and breathtaking choreography.
Set in 1907, Love Never Dies takes place 10 years after the Phantom’s disappearance and he has escaped to his energetic lifestyle in Coney Island. However the Phantom has never stopped dreaming of his one true love and former musical apprentice, Christine Daae, who is now one of the world's most respected soprano singers…
With lyrics by Glen Slater, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and a book by Ben Elton, Love Never Dies boasts a truly star-studded cast. Plunge yourself into the spellbinding world of Love Never Dies and grab your tickets today!
Love Never Dies the Musical is 2 hours 1 minute long.
Yes, Love Never Dies the Musical is going on tour to the Leicester Curve from 26th September - 10th October and Manchester Opera House 14-24th October. However, please check these dates due to Covid 19 changes.
Some of the main songs in Love Never Dies the Musical are “Til I Hear You Sing”, “The Cony Island Waltz”, “Only For You”, “Ten Long Years”, “What a Dreadful Town!”, “Dear Old Friend”, “Mother, Did You See Me?”, “Love Never Dies”, “Once Upon Another Time”, “Why Does She Love Me”
The cast has not yet been announced.
Love Never Dies is the sequel to the Phantom of the Opera and follows the love story between the Phantom, who now lives in Coney Island, and his protegee Christine, who is now one of the world’s most famous soprano singers.
The music is by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics are by Glen Slater and there is a book by Ben Elton. (UK version)
Love Never Dies the Musical is based on the Phantom of Manhattan by Frederick Forsyth.
Love Never Dies the Musical first premiered on the West End in 2010 at the Adelphi Theatre.
Jack O’brien was the original director.
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