Harold Prince directs Andrew Lloyd Webber's romantic musical based on Gaston Leroux's gothic novel of a mysterious masked man who falls in love with Christine, a singer who inspires The Music of the Night.
A disfigured musical genius haunts the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera and exerts strange control over a lovely young soprano. Based on "Le Fantome de L'Opera" by Gaston Leroux. Score includes: "Music of the Night," "Angel of Music," "Think of Me" and the title song.
Performances from 09 Oct 1987
Opening: 09 Oct 1987
Monday - Saturday at 7:30pm
Thursday and Saturday matinées at 2:30pm
Pricing: £21 - £63
Show Run Time:
2 hours, 30 minutes
Her Majesty’s Theatre
London SW1Y 4QL London, England
Subway: Piccadilly Circus Parking: NCP Whitcomb Street & Panton Street
Directed by Harold Prince
Lyrics by: Charles Hart
Music by: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Book by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber
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