The Phantom Of The Opera Tickets
Her Majesty's Theatre
Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL
Since 1705 there have been four theatres on the site of Her Majesty's. The current building was erected by the famous Actor-Manager Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree to house his spectacular productions of Shakespeare and literary adaptations and opened in 1897. The theatre hosted the original production of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion and Oscar Asche's record breaking Chu Chin Chow. During the rest of the Twentieth Century it was home to many successful musicals including Noel Coward's Bitter Sweet (1929), Brigadoon (1949), Paint Your Wagon (1953), West Side Story (1958), Bye Bye Birdie (1961), Lock Up Your Daughters (1962), Fiddler On The Roof (1967) and the current production of The Phantom Of The Opera which opened in 1986.
Nearest underground station is Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines).
The nearest car park is in Trafalgar. Masterpark at Whitcomb Street. Meters on Charles II Street and in St James's Square. Single yellow lines in the Haymarket. www.parkingforbluebadges.com (Comprehensive parking and interactive bus information for Blue Badge disabled drivers travelling around London)
Number of Steps
FOYER - level access STALLS - 40 (22 steps down from the foyer through the Stalls Bar, then 18 steps up) ROYAL CIRCLE - 32 steps up (steps lead to the back of the Royal Circle only) GRAND CIRCLE - 62 steps up (steps lead to the back of the Grand Circle only) BALCONY - 89 steps up (steps lead to the back of the Balcony only)
Step free access is available into the Stalls via a door on Charles II Street, which is located at the side of the theatre. This access point is aimed at wheelchair users and customers wishing to avoid the main stairs into the Stalls and open 30 minutes before the performance. There is a slight slope to the rear right stalls. Please speak to a member of the front of house team at the main entrance and they will accompany through to the step free access/seats.
There are 3 wheelchair spaces in row S of the Stalls (2 manual wheelchair spaces, 1 electric wheelchair space) with companion seats alongside or directly in the row in front. Wheelchair transfers are available to any end of row seat in the Stalls, except row B. Access into the auditorium is via Charles II Street on the side of the theatre. Toilet Facilities There is an accessible toilet in the Stalls for wheelchair users by the level access entrance.
The theatre uses the Sennheiser infra-red headset system and 10 headsets are available from the front of house staff in main foyer. These headsets are for people who are hard of hearing but please note there is no induction loop system in the auditorium. 2 necklace type hearing systems are available for people who use a hearing aid. There is an induction loop at the Box Office to assist hearing aid users when booking tickets. For further information regarding hearing systems, please call the theatre stage door on 0207 850 8750.
The theatre management are happy to look after your Guide/Hearing dog during the performance. Please approach a member of the front of house team when you arrive at the theatre and they will make the necessary arrangements.
Autistic Spectrum Info
The theatre would be grateful for any additional information regarding your needs prior to going to the theatre, especially anything regarding sensory issues or matters relating to Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Please feel welcome to call the theatre management on 0207 850 8750 so they can offer you more assistance throughout your visit.
General Access Info
Ticket Prices: £33.30 - The Phantom of the Opera Please note the prices mentioned above are per ticket and only available for the disabled person and companion. Additional tickets are charged at the regular rate.
As the smash hit Andrew Lloyd Webber musical THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA heads towards its 30th Birthday at Her Majesty's Theatre in the West End; Ben Forster continues to star as 'The Phantom' alongside Celinde Schoenmaker as 'Christine Daae' and Nadim Naaman as 'Raoul'. Joining the cast from Monday 5 September are Siôn Lloyd as 'Monsieur Firmin'; Mark Oxtoby as 'Monsieur Andre'; Paul Ettore Tabone as 'Piangi' and Daisy Hulbert as 'Meg'. Also continuing their roles are: Megan Llewellyn as 'Carlotta' and Jacinta Mulcahy as 'Madame Giry'. Harriet Jones returns as alternate 'Christine Daaé'. THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has won over 70 major theatre awards, including seven Tony's on Broadway and three Olivier Awards in the West End. It won the 'Magic Radio Audience Award', voted by the public, in the 2016 Laurence Olivier Awards. THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, which opened at Her Majesty's Theatre on 9 October 1986 starred Michael Crawford as 'The Phantom' and Sarah Brightman as 'Christine.' It is produced by Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Theatre Company Limited. Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist. Andrew Lloyd Webber's mesmerising score magically combines with jaw-dropping scenery and breath-taking special effects to bring this tragic love story to life each night. "Remains one of the most beautiful, spectacular productions in history" Sunday Express
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More Information about The Phantom Of The Opera Tickets
A £1.50 restoration levy (collected on behalf of the theatre) appears as part of the ticket cost.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Booking Period: Until 4 March 2017
Running time: 2hrs 30mins including 1 interval
Ben Forster: The Phantom:
Celinde Schoenmaker: Christine Daaé:
Emmi Christensson: Christine Daae at certain performances
Nadim Naaman: Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny
Megan Llewellyn: Carlotta Giudicelli
Michael Matus: Monsieur Firman
Christopher Dickins: Monsieur Andre
Jacinta Mulcahy: Madam Giry
The producers of The Phantom of the Opera cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to illness and holidays.