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Kristi from Denver
We saw Phantom Oct 31 and thought it was fantastic, even after all these years. Ramin Karimloo was outstanding as the Phantom and Robyn North as Christine was just brilliant. This was the first time I've seen the show but would happily see it again!
Tracey Turner from Sussex, England
My first ever visit to a Theatre was brilliant! Although not mentioned in the billing, John Addison who played Raoul was fantastic. Would like to have had an amended sheet with his name on in the role. Ramin, Leila and John certainly have given me the lust to see another show very soon. Thanks mainly to John who wasn't even mentioned x x x x
Bianca from Northern Ireland
I went to see the Phantom of the Opera in March 08, and I though it was brilliant! Much better than I expected! Even my dad who doesn't really enjoy the theatre, thought it was great! It's a must see! Ramin Karimloo as The Phantom gave me chills with his voice, it was breath taking! Very well done!!
Frances Thomas from Dartford Kent UK
I have seen this production twice and both times enjoyed it, the first time I saw it I was in the stalls at the back and missed a lot of the action as there are a couple of scenes that are up high, the second time I went I made sure that I was in the second row (b) and in the centre in the Royal Circle, and wow what a fantastic play, people in the back of the stalls missed the phantom running around the top of the theatre, in the Royal circle you saw ALL the action. I took my 15 yr old daughter, what a brilliant way to be introduced to the arts, she loved it, but I dont think younger children would enjoy it as there are a few scenes that are rather frightening, if you decide to see Phantom of the Opera make sure that you get the best seats ( front stalls and first 3 rows in the royal circle) check theatremonkey.co.uk for the best seats, dont go for the cheap ones as you will miss loads, the bar in the theatre is extremely expensive and so are the sweets and ice creams.
Anonymous from Anytown, AT 55555
I am a regular theatre attender but I have never see anything as magical and breathtaking as Phantom, the tickets were a present and I was sat in the third row of the Royal circle which must of been the best seats in the house, the view was simply amazing. when the phantom was singing from the top of the opera house, he was directly in front of me and i had goose bumps, it felt as though he was singing to me. the staging costumes and whole performance were simply fantastic, i cant wait to see it again
Amy from England
This show is amazing! It has always been my favourite show, theres so much emotion and passion and the scene changes are so impressive! If youve never watched the theatre production but you've watched the film you will probably think...theres no way they can do that on a stage, but they do! and its amazing! I loved it so much!
Xxxx from UK
We are regular theatre goers but had never before got to see "Phantom", we were not disappointed. Absolutely fantastic, spellbinding. All of the current cast were amazing and the set/costume/music could not be faulted. The only slight disappointment is the general shabbiness of the theatre and the seats/legroom leave alot to be desired. However, we would still go again!! The whole audience gave the cast a standing ovation.
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