What to expect
Book your tickets for the must-see musical, The Phantom of the Opera. Choose the best seats available and immerse yourself in a great French classic intelligently revisited and brilliantly interpreted.
Until March 2, 2019, visitors staying in the British capital have the great privilege of being able to attend the amazing musical available every day (except Sundays), talk about her and thrill Her Majesty's Theater in West End. : Phantom of the Opera. This musical show, inspired by the famous novel by Gaston Leroux, is experiencing a resounding success since his arrival in London. For more than 2 hours, you will be transported to the Paris Opera and jostled by the enigmatic ghost that haunts the scene. Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, this musical contains great classics such as "All I Ask of You" that will amaze you and your children. This show is reserved for kids over 3 years and recommended for kids that are more than 6 years. It is very popular, so it's best to buy places in advance to select your seats in the room.
Often, numbers speak more than words. An exceptional show inaugurated in 1986 and played more than 10,000 times only in the English capital, inspired by the Phantom of the Opera, the classical novel by Gaston Leroux. A show rewarded by 7 Tony Awards® which have already amazed more than 100 million viewers around the world. With such a profile, it is clear that The Phantom of the Opera is currently one of the most successful and popular musicals of the moment. Her Majesty's Theater in West End opens its doors to you in the footsteps of the strange ghost that haunts the Paris Opera. A successful cast, glittering costumes, world-famous music (including All I Ask of You), special effects and beautiful light effects: Andrew Lloyd Webber's work is a real success, an unforgettable adventure to live with family during a stay in the British capital. Tickets may be available at the last minute but if you wish to have the best seats you must purchase them in advance. This musical will last 2:30 including intermission and is appropriate to childrenthat are more than 6 years old (children under 3 years not admitted).