As Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical heads towards its 30th anniversary celebrations, several cast changes have been announced. 

The hit production will continue to see Ben Forster as the Phantom, Celinde Schoenmaker as Christine Daae and Nadim Naaman as Raoul.

Joining the cast from the 5th September will be Siôn Lloyd as Monsieur Firmin; Mark Oxtoby as Monsieur Andre; Paul Ettore Tabone as Piangi and Daisy Hulbert as Meg.

Having won over 70 awards, including seven Tony Awards, Phantom of the Opera originally opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on the 9th October 1986, starring Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman.

Underneath the glamour of the Paris opera house hides the Phantom, living a shadowy existence. Ashamed of his appearance and feared by everybody, his love for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is such that even she can’t resist – but jealousy is never too far away.

Andrew Lloyd’s dramatic score is some of the most easily recognisable in musical theatre. From songs such as ‘Music of the Night’ and ‘All I ask of You’ to the powerful ‘Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again’ and ‘The Point of No Return’, this is a musical about love and passion.

The full cast for the production as of the 5th of September will be: Matt Blaker; Bridget Costello; Maria Coyne; Scott Davies; Hadrian Delacey; Morven Douglas; Ben Forster; Lyndsey Gardiner; Lori Gilchrist; Ryan Goscinski; Philip Griffiths; Hettie Hobbs; Grace Horne; Lily Howes; Daisy Hulbert; Ellen Jackson; Harriet Jones; Richard Kent; Tim Laurenti; Adam Robert Lewis; Megan Llewellyn; Siôn Lloyd; Luke McCall; Leo Miles; Fiona Morley; Tim Morgan; Paul Morrissey; Jacinta Mulcahy; Nadim Naaman; Mark Oxtoby; James Roxby-Brown; Celinde Schoenmaker; Tom Sterling; Joanna Strand; Paul Ettore Tabone; Claire Tilling, Charlotte Vaughan; Victoria Ward and Georgia Ware.

The Phantom of the Opera continues to play at Her Majesty’s Theatre, currently booking until the 4th March 2017. To book tickets visit: Ticketmaster.co.uk,Discount Theatre.com, Last Minute.com, Theatre Tickets Direct.co.uk, Love Theatre.com, Theatre People.com and UK Tickets.co.uk

 

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