The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera Tickets

Her Majesty's Theatre, London
The Phantom of the Opera
Her Majesty's Theatre, London
Our Review 4 / 5

Andrew Lloyd Webber's sensational long-running musical The Phantom of the Opera continues to run in its original form at the West End's Her Majesty's Theatre. Since opening in 1986 where it won the Olivier Award for Best Musical, the show features some of Lloyd Webber's most memorable music alongside the original stunning set design, costumes and special effects.

The haunting story of The Phantom of the Opera is adapted from Gaston Leroux's novel of the same name and is set in the heart of the Paris Opera House. As young ballet dancer Christine Daae becomes the object of The Phantom's secret affections, he manipulates her career at the expense and horror of the Opera House staff and stars. A truly romantic tragedy, this beautiful story is set against one of the West End's most memorable scores that includes hit songs such as “The Music of the Night”, “All I Ask of You”, “Think of Me”, and of course, “The Phantom of the Opera”.

The Phantom of the Opera began previews in London on 27th September 1986, with an original opening night on 9th October 1986. 

The musical is one of the most successful pieces of entertainment in history with combined worldwide grosses of over $5.6 billion. It has been seen by over 130 million people in 145 cities across 27 countries, and continues to play in its original form in both the West End, where it is the second longest running musical in history, and Broadway, where it boasts the title of the longest-running show.

Having spawned a sequel musical Love Never Dies and a successful film adaptation starring Gerard Butler, the glorious original production in London's West End continues to draw audiences from all over the world. Boasting an incredible cast of performers, audiences find themselves consistently drawn to the show time and time again, with a new generation of theatre lovers discovering the musical for the very first time.

Book your The Phantom of the Opera London tickets, playing at Her Majesty's Theatre today.

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Deep in the bowels of the Paris Opera House a disfigured genius becomes obsessed with a young ballet dancer, Christine Daae. As he teaches her singing, becoming her 'angel of music', she finds herself drawn to his charm and mystery, unable to resist his talents as a composer. The Phantom haunts the opera house, making demands of its new owners in an attempt to get Christine to star in a new opera that he has written especially for her. The handsome Raoul is also in love with Christine and challenges The Phantom for her affections, leading to an onstage disaster that literally brings down the house. The Phantom of the Opera is a haunting, romantic epic that will delight audiences both young and old. 

Booking from |
17th July 2021
Available until |
13th February 2022
Run time |
2 hours and 30 minutes
AGE RECOMMENDATION 8+We aren’t able to admit any children under the age of 3 and every customer must have their own ticket. To help us make sure everyone enjoys the show, your little ones need to be able to sit in their own seat without any assistance.
Killian Donnelly
Killian Donnelly
as The Phantom

until 13 Feb 2022

Lucy St Louis
Lucy St Louis
as Christine

until 13 Feb 2022

Richard Stilgoe, Charles Hart and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Based on Gaston Leroux's gothic novel
Cameron Mackintosh / Really Useful Company
Harold Prince
Songs by:
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Charles Hart
Andrew Bridge
Mick Potter
Maria Björnson
Gillian Lynne
Maria Björnson
Cast list:
Killian Donnelly, Lucy St Louis, Rhys Whitfield, Saori Oda, Matt Harrop, Adam Linstead, Greg Castiglioni, Francesca Ellis, Ellie Young, Holly-Anne Hull, Leeroy Boone, Corina Clark, Edward Court, Lily De-La-Haye, Hywel Dowsell, Jemal Felix, Erin Flaherty, James Gant, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Yukina Hasebe, Olivia Holland-Rose, Grace Hume, James Hume, Donald Craig Manuel, Jonathan Milton, Janet Mooney, Tim Morgan, Beatrice Penny-Toure, Michael Robert-Lowe, Nikki Skinner, Tim Southgate, Ashley Stillburn, Manon Taris, Anouk Van Laake, Skye Weiss, Simon Whitaker and Karen Wilkinson.

Her Majesty's Theatre Venue Information

Her Majesty's Theatre, 57 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL
Nearest tube:
Piccadilly Circus

Customer reviews

Our Review of The Phantom of the Opera


Stop a person on the street and ask them to name a West End musical, they’ll probably say one of two things: Les Mis, or The Phantom of the Opera. The latter has been impressively running non-stop at Her Majesty’s Theatre for over 3 decades now, but does Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical still have the same sense of wonder as it did all that time ago.   Read more

NOTE: There have been many cast changes since these reviews   Read more

Latest The Phantom of the Opera News & Features

Lucy St. Louis on making history in 'Phantom' and the importance of representation
Thursday, 26 August, 2021, 15:33
You could say that Lucy St. Louis manifested playing Christine Daaé in The Phantom of the Opera. Since she was a little girl, she trained in ballet and was taught how to sing by an opera teacher. Now, St. Louis achieves a lifelong dream as the latest actress to play Christine Daaé. However, even though she’s making history in the role as the first Black actress to play the famous ingenue, she doesn’t want her Christine to be defined by race. “It should just be Lucy St...
Photo credit: Rhys Whitfield, Lucy St Louis and Killian Donnelly. (Photo by Tim Bret-Day)
‘The Phantom of the Opera’ announces full casting ahead of summer reopening at Her Majesty’s Theatre
Tuesday, 27 April, 2021, 10:56
The full casting for the return of The Phantom of the Opera in London has been named, ahead of performances this summer. The Phantom of the Opera will now reopen at Her Majesty’s Theatre from 27 July, with The Phantom of the Opera tickets on sale soon. Lucy St Louis will play Christine Daaé, previously playing Diana Ross in Motown The Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Rhys Whitfield will play Raoul, with West End credits including Summer and Smoke and Jesus Christ...
Photo credit: The Phantom of the Opera (Photo courtesy of The Phantom of the Opera)
Will there be a new ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ West End set?
Thursday, 11 February, 2021, 12:57
Ahead of the West End return of The Phantom of the Opera, Her Majesty’s Theatre is currently undergoing renovation works. In doing so, the set will jut out into the audience, allowing theatregoers to feel closer to the production. Details of the planning application submitted by LW Theatres to Westminster City Council have been released. As reported by The Stage, “the new set design will not be limited to the stage area and will move into the auditorium, covering the...
Photo credit: Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess (Photo by Dan Wooller)
‘The Phantom of the Opera’ 25th anniversary show to be streamed this weekend
Wednesday, 07 October, 2020, 17:00
In a change to previous billing, The Phantom of the Opera will be available to watch online this weekend. Audiences can watch the 25th anniversary production filmed at the Royal Albert Hall, starring Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess. Three performances of The Phantom of the Opera's 25th anniversary concert were performed from 1-2 October at the Royal Albert Hall. The cast also starred Hadley Fraser as Raoul and Wendy Ferguson as Carlotta. The Phantom of the...
Photo credit: (Courtesy of The Phantom of the Opera)
Everything you need to know about Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 'The Phantom of the Opera' in London
Wednesday, 07 October, 2020, 12:15
The Phantom of the Opera is one of the West End’s greatest musicals of all time. Millions of theatregoers have travelled from around the world to visit Her Majesty’s Theatre and hear the angel of music for themselves. As the Phantom hides his face, he tries to impress Christine, a beautiful soprano. But when a childhood sweetheart appears on the scenes, the Phantom whisks Christine away to his underground lair and chances of a happily ever after are shattered....
Ben Crawford & Josh Piterman
5 Questions from Over the Pond: Josh Piterman & Ben Crawford
Thursday, 31 October, 2019, 14:52
Happy Halloween to all our readers from everyone here at! And as we celebrate everything that goes bump in the night today, we thought it might also be quite fitting to celebrate "The Music of the Night" and one of the most iconic, gothic and tragic roles in musical theatre. Period. Yes, we're talking about The Phantom, of course! Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe's spine-tingling musical, based on the...
Harold Prince
Reaction to death of legendary Broadway director Harold Prince
Thursday, 01 August, 2019
Tributes have been pouring in from the theatre community following the death Broadway producer and director Harold Prince, who has died at the age of 91.  Over the course of his career, Prince won 21 Tony Awards - a record for an individual - as a director on musicals such as Company (1971), Follies (1972), Evita (1980), The Phantom of the Opera (1985), and Show Boat (1995), as well as his for work as a producer on productions such as A Funny Thing Happened...
The Phantom of the Opera
New casting announced for The Phantom of the Opera in London
Thursday, 03 August, 2017
A new cast has been announced for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London. Ben Lewis will take over from Ben Forster as The Phantom. Lewis has previously played the character in the Australian production of Lloyd Webber’s Phantom sequel Love Never Dies. He has previously appeared in London in Forbidden Broadway at the Menier Chocolate Factory, and starred alongside Anne-Jane Casey in Annie Get Your Gun in Sheffield. Kelly...
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