The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall


Drama / Music / Musical / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 94%
IMDb Rating 8.8 10 5244


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Michael Crawford as The Phantom - Original Company
Ramin Karimloo as The Phantom
Hadley Fraser as Raoul
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Reviewed by chrisdavartharris 10 / 10


Well, what can I say? One of the best musicals of all time, beautifully brought to life by a dream cast. Boggess and Karimloo have perfect voices, both alone and together. Fraser gives a fantastic performance as Raoul, bringing out the more heroic, protective side so often ignored. Boggess conveys every expression flawlessly, from elation to heartbreak. Erik's pain at the end is felt so keenly by viewers, as if they themselves experienced it. All the songs are sang brilliantly, but special praise must go to: the title song, Prima Donna, point of no return and the final song. The disappearance of the phantom at the end intrigued, as always!

Reviewed by nourtarekxxx 10 / 10

Great in many ways, will stand the test of time.

My all time favorite musical! It's true I have not watched a lot of musicals but I know this one will always be a favorite. I watched the movie as well and it was fine, but nothing of the grandness of this musical. The singers/actors have the most suitable voices and they fit their roles perfectly. The songs are very iconic, of course. And the entire execution of the musical is incredibly well done, the lights, the costumes, the dancers were spot on, AND THE CHANDELIER. It is a performance I would have risked blood and bone to see live, if time and distance weren't obstacles. All in all, this is the musical that got me into musicals and opera.

Reviewed by malmborgimplano-92-599820 10 / 10

Great performance of a great show!

As much as I love this show (practically wore out my original London cast album and even enjoyed the much-maligned film version) I've never actually made it to a live performance, so this was a lot of fun to watch. I was delighted to see Sierra Boggess and Ramin Karimloo perform the original show, having admired their performances in the same roles in the otherwise wretched sequel Love Never Dies. In fact the only thing I didn't enjoy was Andrew Lloyd Webber coming out onstage after the curtain call. I realize the curtain speech is an old English theatrical tradition but way to ruin the magic.

I've been a fan of the Phantom since childhood and saw as many versions as I could--Lon Chaney, Claude Rains, Herbert Lom, and my favorite, Maximilian Schell. As a little girl I liked the idea of being a heroine with two men fighting over me and thought being abducted to a secret island under an opera house was a cool adventure. Now I see the Phantom for what he is--a despicable murderer, racketeer, kidnapper and stalker--and I like the way his villainy is played up in this version rather than the pathos. It's not really healthy to encourage young women to find the Phantom romantic. We need more Raouls in our lives.

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