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Phantom of the Opera theatre break

Her Majesty's Theatre

from £74.00pp Price per person for hotel room and theatre ticket.

This dark, mysterious and romantic musical is theatre at its very best. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sensational Phantom of the Opera is one of the longest running West End musicals. A tale of a young composer shamed by his disfigured appearance falling deeply in love with a beautiful opera singer. This love turns to jealousy resulting in devastating effects. This musical is a feast for the senses with some of the most elaborate costumes, sets and special effects that have ever been seen on the stage and music which you will be humming long after you leave the theatre

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The Phantom of the Opera tickets

You will be able to choose your theatre tickets in the next stage of the booking. Just London Theatre Breaks offer seats in various parts of the theatre and you can consult the seating plan to see where you will be sitting. In each part of the theatre we only offer the best available seats – this means you can find the seats that suit your budget and a guarantee a high quality experience.

This multi-award winning musical continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty's Theatre in London's West End, after more than 10,000 performances. Andrew Lloyd Webber's mesmerising score along with jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, magically combine to bring this tragic love story to life each night. "Remains the most exciting musical in London" - Daily Mail Please Note: the sides of the Grand Circle are side view restricted. The rear of the Stalls and Royal Circle are restricted by the overhang.

Press reviews

The Daily Telegraph
Soaring ballads and sensational stage effects.

Key facts

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Matinees: Thursday and Saturday 2.30pm
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm

Opening date: Thursday, 9th October 1986 Booking until: Saturday, 25th April 2015

Venue: Her Majesty's Theatre
57 Haymarket
Postcode: SW1Y 4QL

How to get there:(5mins) Go along Coventry Street and then take Haymarket on the right where the theatre will be approx. 200 metres along.

from £74.00pp Price per person for hotel room and theatre ticket.
How to get there
(5mins) Go along Coventry Street and then take Haymarket on the right where the theatre will be approx. 200 metres along.
from £74.00pp Price per person for hotel room and theatre ticket.

The Phantom of the Opera

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The Phantom of the Opera is set in the famous Parisian Opera Garnier which has for years been haunted by a mysterious ghost. The Ghost is in fact the reclusive Phantom who is in love with Christine – one of the young chorus girls. For years, Christine has been trained by her “Angel of Music” who sings songs in her head while she sleeps and whispers in her ear during day with his rapturous voice. Unbeknownst to Christine, her Angel of Music is the Phantom. When Christine gets to play the lead in an opera, she captures the heart of the theatre’s wealthy patron, Raoul which encourages the Phantom to reveal himself. Torn between Raoul and the enigmatic Phantom, Christine sparks off a rivalry between the two men for her love. But eventually when Christine accepts a marriage proposal from the dashing Raoul, the Phantom is heart- broken; and his despair quickly turns to a furious and jealous rage.

Characters

The Phantom of the Opera – He is a magician with a great voice who trains and falls in love with his protégée Christine.

Christine – An ingénue chorus girl who has the Phantom and Raoul fighting over for her love.

Raoul – Christine’s childhood playmate and the opera’s patron who falls in love with Christine.

Carlotta – The Opera’s resident temperamental singer who refuses to sing when the opera was shook up by the Phantom.

Madame Giry – The Opera’s ballet mistress.

Meg Giry – Best friend of Christine, and daughter of Madame Giry.

Firmin and Andre – The Opera’s new owners.

from £74.00pp Price per person for hotel room and theatre ticket.

Review by Peter Cornish

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Hilton London Park Lane, Dec 2011

The website was great for booking everything in one place at one time the Phantom of the Opera was one of the best shows I have ever seen and my girlfriend loved it to bits acetylene in her Majesty's theatre was great and we could see everything apart from when the chandelier rows up to the ceiling and was obstructed by the balcony the Hilton hotel at Parklane was very good value for the money my girlfriend especially liked the super king bed and said she had the best night sleep that she's ever had to the point where she has just purchased a new mattress for her home overall I cannot fault the experience

Review by Steven Giles

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Central Park Hotel Hyde Park, Nov 2011

Hotel was very good. Show was very good

Review by Ken Cansdale

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Hilton London Park Lane, Nov 2011

Perfect. Thank you very much.

Review by frank robbins

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Travelodge Farringdon, Sep 2011

the show was excellent really enjoyed it, so did my wife . seats were very good. hotel was just right the service was perfect

Review by HAZEL FLAVELL

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Travelodge London Farringdon, Nov 2011

EXCELLENT HOTEL EQUIDISTANT FROM KINGS CROSS AND FARRINGDON. ROOM SMALL BUT ADEQUATE. BREAKFAST EXCELLENT THEATRE SEATS GOOD AND SHOW STUNNING CUSTOMER SERVICE GOOD WEBSITE CLEAR

Review by ALister JAckson

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Crowne Plaza Shoreditch, Nov 2011

The whole package was tremendous. Very straightforward booking process and the tickets we ready when we arrived. Just amazing. The hotel was fantastic and all round had a great time, fabulous theatre production. Very happy and should the opportunity arise again for us will use Just London Theatre Breaks again. Thank you.

Review by shaun doyle

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Hilton London Docklands, Sep 2011

website great, theatre seats could have been better, hotel great,customer services spot on

Review by Ben Brooks

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Copthorne Tara, Sep 2011

The theatre break experience was bought as a gift for family members, who on there return had nothing but great praise for the experience. It was thoroughly enjoyable, seats were brilliant along with the show being outstanding. They would recommend the experience to anyone, and i would reccommend using just london theatre breaks. Only small down fall on booking the event was that it was made clear that the names on the tickets needed to be of the attendees not the paying individual which caused a last minute panick, but staff resolved the issue quickly and problem solved. Overall very good.

Review by dave whitlock

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Britannia Hampstead, Aug 2011

website very good.the theatre seats were over one side of the stage so we had a ristricted view but the show and in particular the music very good. the hotel was a bit tired but addiquit. all in all very good value for the money.

Review by rachel crossland green

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Travelodge London Docklands, Jul 2011

The theatre break was a surprise gift for my parents...they absolutely loved the theatre and said they enjoyed the whole experience..The travel lodge was very basic, clean and warm and was adequate enough for them just to lay their heads...will definately use Just London Theatre Breaks again !!!

Review by Alison Ersoy

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Hilton London Park Lane, May 2011

The theatre brear was fantastic and my daughter and I enjoyed every moment of our stay in London, which is one of our favourite cities and we have been visiting for many years,but we usualy stay witha relative. The seating in the theatre were acceptable, but if there was a choice available I would have requested other seats. The hotel was outstanding and very accommodating to our requirements. The customer service from the reception, resaraunt and the cocierge very professional with a friendli approach. My daughter and I visited the Purity Spa and the service could not be faulted in any way. Thank you for the wonderfull hospitality.

Review by Kate Peddie

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with The Grosvenor, Aug 2011

I booked this hotel/theatre break for my parents 40th wedding anniversary and they had a super time last weekend. The hotel was lovely and the show super, they were very impressed with seats. Booking this was easy (after some confusion on my part about the lead name!) and staff were helpful. I would use the site again.

Review by Julie Duncan

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with La Reserva, Aug 2011

The whole experience was a pleasant one. The hotel was fine, accomidation good for the price..B/Fast was good. .....and the seating at the Theatre was good. No complaints....enjoyed the break immensely.

Review by Mrs Caroline Price

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Travelodge London Farringdon, Aug 2011

Website was very good. Theatre seats ok, upper circle, but quite a lot of the show took place at the front of the stage so view was sometimes restricted. Travelodge was a good 15 minute walk from Kings Cross tube station. Hotel was basic but clean and tidy. Continental breakfast was satisfactory. The staff were ok but not too friendly.

Review by Jack Davies

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Holiday Inn Kings Cross, Aug 2011

Website was well laid out and easy to use, much more convenient than others that I tried to use. The theatre seats that we booked, which were in the stalls, were top notch, just a few rows from the front. Hotel was what I expected and very pleased with what I got. Will be using this website again!

Review by Mckenzie

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Travelodge London Docklands, Jul 2011

Theatre seats and show fantastic, hotel location excellent. Hotel was too noisy too hot and beds uncomfortable staff not very helpful, not allowed extra pillows.

Review by Jessica

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Waldorf Hilton Hotel, Jul 2011

The website was quick easy and simple, The hotel was as it said right near the theatre and it was a lovely walk to the theatre. Hotel was absolutly beautiful and was so easy to book in and out no hassle and no need to worry about tones of paper work just one sheet. Will defienatly be using this all again.

Review by BEV HICKMAN

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with St Giles Hotel, Mar 2011

I CANNOT FAULT THE THEATRE AT ALL IT WAS A FANTASTIC PERFORMANCE AND WE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED IT! IT WAS BOOKED FOR A BIRTHDAY SUPRISE FOR MY PARTNER AND SO WAS A SPECIAL OCCASION. THE HOTEL HOWEVER WAS A DIFFERENT MATTER, WHEN WE ARRIVED TO CHECK IN THE STAFF WERE NOT WELCOMING AT ALL AND SEEMED TO HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF MY BOOKING! CASTING GLANCES AT EACH OTHER AND GOING ON THE TELEPHONE, KEPT ME WAITING AROUND TEN MINUTES AND DID NOT EXPLAIN WHAT THEY WERE DOING. IT WAS ABSOLUTELY AWFUL AND I EVENTUALLY WAS GIVEN A ROOM BY ANOTHER MEMBER OF STAFF. THE ROOM WAS AWFUL AND SO TINY, YOU COULD HARDLY MOVE IN THE SHOWER ROOM, CANNOT CALL IT A BATHROOM AS THERE WASNT ONE! THE SHOWER AREA WAS UNCLEAN AND I FELT SOMEWHAT ROBBED AT THE COST TO STAY HERE AS IT WAS AWFUL. I WILL NOT STAY THERE AGAIN. THE NOISE AT NIGHT WAS UNBEARABLE AND WE HARDLY SLEPT, AND WE WERE ON THE SEVENTH FLOOR, YET IT WAS SO LOUD!! I FEEL YOU OUGHT TO KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS HOTEL AS YOU RECOMMEND IT AND THE SERVICE WAS VERY POOR, WHEN WE CHECKED OUT, THE RECEPTIONIST TOOK MY ROOM KEY AND DID NOT EVEN ASK IF I HAD ENJOYED MY STAY OR ANYTHING ELSE FOR THAT MATTER. THE THEATRE WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OBVIOUSLY BUT WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE TO GO BACK TO A WARM, FRIENDLY, CLEAN HOTEL.IT IS PRICED FAR TOO HIGH FOR WHAT YOU GET.

Review by Keith kemp

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Break with Travelodge City Road, Apr 2011

Easy to Book, Theatre seats were good, The Travel Lodge was fine. Will use again

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