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Adelphi Theatre
Strand WC2EH 7NA
Love Never Dies
Adelphi Theatre 3D location map
Map ©Silvermaze Ltd 2008
Adelphi Theatre Nightime photo Joseph and the amazing technicolour dreamcoat
Photo ©Tony Reading 2008
Show Details
Preview 22nd Feb 10
Opens Mar 10
Closes 27th Aug 11
Show Times
Mon - Sat 7.30 pm
Matinée Weds & Sat 2.30 pm

Local Info
Top Class restaurants nearby;

Beotys (Greek & Trad English)
79 St Martin's Lane
020 7836 8768

Mon Plaisir (French)
21 Monmouth Street
020 7836 7243

Browns (British & European)
82 St Martin's Lane
020 7497 5050

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The Late Rooms online hotel booking service is the best one - backed by men and women, to get the best central hotel for your needs and offer great deals as well. We use them ourselves.
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A note from the author

We put this AVMovie together (a compilation of still photos and video clips) to show off London theatres as they are seen most often by theatre goers – by night.

Thanks to Ben Shafik for his lighthearted and  informative commentary and Fionn O'Lochlainn for the original music.

Watch out for the new version with current liveries and the names of the theatres as they appear.

Baxter
Andrew Lloyd Webber has been highly acclaimed for the score and music of this musical performance of the book which is a sequel to the famous Phantom. But hey it's a musical so it's bound to be a bit different from the torrid gothic Phantom beloved of 'phans' that indulge frequently in that show.

                                           Roy Tan

The producton is a great spectacle - a banquet of effects and lighting treats - song and dance to a very high standard helped by great songs.


Roy Tan

The Story

The scene is set when Christine, now married with a child, is tempted to accept a nice fee for singing in Coney Island. She and her husband travel to America only to find out that the fancy owner of the venue is the phantom. He is not at all gruesome and even half handsome. His impassioned songs win her over and she heads off back to Paris to sing for him. The husband is just relieved to be out of debt. However the displaced singer in Paris is jealous and the story spins out from there.


The Cast

• Phantom - Ramin Karimloo • Christine -Sierra Boggess • Raoul - Joseph Millson • Madame Giry - Liz Robertson • Meg Giry - Summer Strallen • Fleck - Niamh Perry • Squelch - Adam Pearce • Gangle - Jami Reid-Quarrell Jami Reid-Quarrell Dean ChisnallHelen DixonLucie DownerPaul FarrellCharlene FordChris GageLucy van GasseCelia GrahamSimon Ray HarveyJack HornerErin Anna JamesonPip JordanJessica KirtonLouise MadisonJanet MooneyColette MorrowTam MutuAshley NottinghamTom OakleyMark SkipperJonathan StewartTim WaltonAnnette Yeo


Roy Tan

• Director - Jack O'Brian
• Lighting - Paule Constable
• Design - Bob Crowley
• Choreography - Jerry Mitchell
• Costume - Bob Crowley

Roy Tan's photographs source www.updatelondon.com

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