The Phantom of the Opera West End reopening date and cast as show returns to London

The Phantom of the Opera in the West End 2021 - current cast, best tickets and theatre

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The Phantom of the Opera is heading back to London’s West End for 2021 – here’s all you need to know.

From the current West End cast of The Phantom of the Opera to the latest and best ticket offers, here’s everything about the show.

The Phantom Of The Opera is based on the French novel of the same name by Gaston Leroux. It tells the story of soprano singer Christine Daaé who becomes the obsession of a masked musical genius who resides beneath a Paris opera house.

After a break to allow for refurbishments of Her Majesty’s Theatre, the show will reopen with a brand new physical production of Maria Bjornson’s original design including new sequences, updated automation and a brand new chandelier.

The Phantom of the Opera West End tickets and booking

The show is to reopen at the Her Majesty’s Theatre in summer 2021, currently scheduled to begin performances on 22 July 2021.

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The Phantom of the Opera West End cast 2021

Killian Donnelly will lead the cast of The Phantom of the Opera in London for 2021 in the title role while Lucy St Louis will play Christine Daaé with Rhys Whitfield as Raoul.

They’ll be joined by Saori Oda as Carlotta Giudicelli, Matt Harrop as Monsieur Firmin, Adam Linstead as Monsieur André, Greg Castiglioni as Ubaldo Piangi, Francesca Ellis as Madame Giry and Ellie Young as Meg Giry. Holly-Anne Hull will perform as Christine at certain performances.

Completing the current company are 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.

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