The Phantom of the Opera

Tickets for The Phantom of the Opera



Establishing its home in Her Majesty’s Theatre in London is one of the most essential productions for any lover of musicals. With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, written by Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe and directed by Harold Prince, The Phantom of the Opera has been running for over 30 years and has become one of the longest running musicals in the world - the longest in Broadway and second longest in the West End. Acclaimed both by audiences and critics alike, this musical has won 70 of the theatre world’s most important awards. Are you going to miss a musical that 140 million people around the world have already seen?

  • Running time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission
  • Recommended age: Recommended for the over 10s. Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted. 
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Based on the novel of the same name by Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera tells the story of a mysterious man who lives in underground chambers beneath the Opera of Paris, terrorising anyone who dares go on stage. This situation completely changes when Christine, a young actress, arrives at the theatre to substitute the company’s star actress. The Phantom falls in love with her instantly but he will soon realize that her heart belongs to another man. 

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  • Stalls: With a capacity for 459 people, without a doubt the Stalls offer the best seats from which to enjoy the show. Prices in this area range from £34 in the last rows, with some visual obstacles, to £100 in the central area.
  • Royal Circle: It has a capacity for 281 people. The first two rows of the Royal Circle offer a perfect view of the action. The price range in this area is very similar to the previous one. Seats with slightly reduced visibility cost £35, and the other seats, without any visual restrictions, oscillate between £50 and £58.
  • Grand Circle: With 324 available seats, you will be able to enjoy a good panoramic vision of the stage from the Grand Circle. These tickets offer good value for money, and their price ranges from £27 to £58 in the first rows.
  • Balcony: 103 seats are available in the highest area of the theatre. Despite being, by far, the most affordable tickets, these seats have limited legroom and offer a limited view of the stage, especially of the famous candelabra that hangs from the ceiling.

Before booking your tickets, be aware that seats located at the sides of the Grand Circle may have reduced visibility, as may those in the last row of the Royal Circle. You may find that seats in the Balcony have reduced legroom. 

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How much do tickets for The Phantom of the Opera cost?  

Ticket prices for The Phantom of the Opera range from £25 in seats with a partially obstructed view of the stage, in the Balcony, to £175 for premium seats in the middle of the Stalls.

How can I get cheap tickets for The Phantom of the Opera?

Due to the theatre’s pillars, great discounts are available in every floor in the theatre for reduced visibility seats, but you can easily position yourself in a way that allows you to see all of the stage without restrictions. The seats with the best value for money are in the Grand Circle, because despite being rather far from the stage, the first rows of this level offer a perfect panoramic view their price is the same as the worst seats in the Stalls.

Every Thursday, from 10am, tickets for that same day’s matinee performance go on sale at the theatre’s box office for only £25. There is a limited number of tickets at that price for each day, and you will have to go to the box office in person to get them. Bear in mind that, the theatre’s policy means that only one ticket per person can be purchased with this promotion.

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The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre

Welcome to one of the oldest theatres in London. Although since 1705 four different theatres have stood on the site it now occupies, the theatre as we know it today was built in 1897 by Herbert Beerbohm Tree. A historic venue that has been home to some of the greatest milestones of musical theatre such as Paint Your Wagon in 1953 or West Side Story in 1958. Fiddler on the Roof was staged here also and, since 1986 and to the present day, The Phantom of the Opera.

The venue has a capacity for 1167 people distributed over four floors: 459 in the Stalls, 281 in the Royal Circle, 324 in the Grand Circle and 103 in the Balcony. 

How can I get to Her Majesty's Theatre?

Located right in the heart of the West End, the address of Her Majesty’s Theatre is Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL. The closest tube station is Piccadilly Circus, just a four-minute walk away. On the other hand, Charing Cross station is just 5 minutes away, and you can also take bus routes 6, 13, 15, 23, 139, 159, 453, which stop really close to the theatre.

If you intend driving to the theatre, Her Majesty’s Theatre is part of the Theatreland Parking Scheme, so just by showing your ticket for the show, you’ll obtain a 50% discount in car parks in Chinatown, Pimlico, Soho or Trafalgar Square. 

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Usufeul Information

Accessibility: If you need assistance, please notify the theatre beforehand. There are three spaces specifically designed for wheelchairs beside row S. If you can transfer from your wheelchair to a seat, you will be able to do so in any of the side seats of the Stalls. Signed, captioned and audio-described performances are also scheduled quite frequently. Discounts are available for people with a disability and one companion. 

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Is the Phantom of the Opera the Musical going on tour?

Yes, the Phantom of the Opera is going on tour in 2020 and visiting most major UK cities: 24 February – 21 March 2020 Curve Theatre, Leicester, 26 March – 30 May 2020 Palace Theatre, Manchester, 10 June – 18 July 2020 Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin, 29 July – 12 September 2020 Birmingham Hippodrome, 23 September – 31 October 2020 Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, 4 November – 5 December 2020 Sunderland Empire, 9 December 2020 – 16 January 2021 Wales Millennium Centre, 20 January – 20 February 2021 Plymouth Theatre Royal,

How long is the Phantom of the Opera the Musical?

The Phantom of the Opera is 2 hours and 30 minutes long.

Who is in the Phantom of the Opera the Musical Cast?

The Phantom of the Opera the Musical London cast is: Josh Piterman (the Phantom), (Monsieur André), Britt Lenting (Carlotta), Bridget Costello (Christine Daaé), Danny Whitehead (Raoul.), Georgia Ware (Meg Giry), Jacinta Mulcahy (Madame Giry), Kelly Mathieson (Christine Daaé), Paul Ettore Tabone (Ubaldo Piangi), Ross Dawes (Monsieur Firmin), and Scott Davies (standby Phantom.) The West End Cast is completed by: Adam Robert Lewis, Alistair So, Andrei Teodor Iliescu, Anna Shircliff, Ben Tyler, Claire Tilling, Corinne Cowling, Danielle Pullum, Eleanor Sanderson-Nash, Ellen Jackson, Grace Castle, Hadrian Delacey, James Butcher, John Stacey, Katy Hanna, Kris Manuel, Manon Taris, Matthew Barrow, Morven Douglas, Paul Erbs, Philip Griffiths, Rebecca Ridout, Simon Whitaker, Sophie Caton, Sophie Cottrill, Tim Morgan, Victoria Ward, and Zoe Arshamian. The Phantom of the Opera 2020 Uk tour cast is: Killian Donnelly (the phantom), Holly-Anne Hull (Christine Daaé), Rhys Whitfield (Raoul), Saori Oda (Carlotta Giudicelli), Adam Linstead (Monsieur André), Matt Harrop (Monsieur Firmin), Francesca Ellis (Madame Giry), Greg Castiglioni (Ubaldo Piangi) and Ellie Young (Meg Giry). The rest of the Phantom of the opera 2020 tour cast is completed by: Brad Barnley, Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong, Corina Clark, Edward Court, Vinny Coyle, Lily De-La-Haye, Hywel Dowsell, Connor Ewing, Erin Flaherty, James Gant, Lydia Gerrard, Daniel Hall, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Yukina Hasebe, Hettie Hobbs, Jacob Hughes, Grace Hume, James Hume, Michaela Leisk, Janet Mooney, Ian Mowat, Michael Robert-Lowe, Anna Simmons, Nikki Skinner, Anouk Van Laake, Louis Van Leer, Jasmine Wallis and Andrew York.

What is the Phantom of the Opera the Musical about?

Originally a novel written by Gustav Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera takes place underground in an old Paris Opera House, where a phantom lives, purely to terrorise audiences. However, he changes his ways when he sees a beautiful actress, Christine but much to his distress, she is in love with another man.

What songs are in the Phantom of the Opera the Musical?

A Rehearsal for Hannibal / "Think of Me (Introduction)" "Angel of Music", "Little Lotte / Angel of Music (Reprise)", "The Phantom of the Opera" ,"The Music of the Night", "I Remember... / Stranger Than You Dreamt It", "Magical Lasso","Notes" "Prima Donna", "Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh", "Why Have You Brought Us Here? / Raoul, I've Been There", "All I Ask of You" are some of the main songs in the Phantom of the Opera the Musical

Where is the Phantom of the Opera the Musical playing in London?

The Phantom of the Opera is playing at Her Majesty’s Theatre.

Where is the Phantom of the Opera the Musical set?

The Phantom of the Opera is set in Paris, in an underground dungeon.

When did the Phantom of the Opera the Musical open?

The Phantom of the Opera opened at the West End in Her Majesty’s Theatre in 1986.

Who has played the role of Phantom of the Opera?

The original Phantom of the Opera was Michael Crawford, other actors include Ben Forster, Ramin Karminloo, Peter Polycarlou and John Owen-Jones

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The Phantom of the Opera | London Trailer 2018

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