The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera London Theatre BreaksThe Phantom of the Opera theatre breaks are the jewel in the crown of London’s West End. Book a romantic ticket and hotel package for this epic musical. Now booking to Marc 2025.

The most exciting musical in London – Daily Mail.

The Phantom of the Opera London Theatre Breaks
The Phantom of the Opera – Masquerade (by Brinkhoff Mogenburg)

The Phantom of the Opera Theatre Breaks in London

Since opening in London in 1986, Phantom of the Opera has been seen in 166 cities in 35 countries. It has played to over 140 million people worldwide.  Awards include the Olivier and Evening Standard Award for Best Musical and seven Tony Awards.

Cameron Mackintosh’s The Phantom of the Opera is the highest grossing musical of all time. Now in its 38th record-breaking year, this multi-award winning musical continues to captivate audiences at the newly renamed His Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End.

Remains one of the most beautiful, spectacular productions in historySunday Express

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.

Special Offers

Theatre Breaks have special offers on breaks throughout the week – including discounted tickets for Monday to Friday evening performances and Saturday matinees. 

The Phantom of the Opera, is based on Gaston Leroux’s gothic novel of life beneath the stage of the Paris Opera. Here a mysterious masked man falls in love with a Christine, a singer who inspires “the music of the night”.

If you are looking for the ultimate theatre package then a The Phantom of the opera Theatre Break is it. It is romantic, dramatic, and the music is superb and the staging lavish. One day, when (if?) it closes, you don’t want to be the person who says “I never saw it – wish I had!”

Phantom of the Opera and Hotels

There are some great nearby hotels to use as a base for a theatre break to see The Phantom of the Opera. It is also really easy to get to from anywhere in London as His Majesty’s Theatre is just by Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.

If you do want to be nearby though, then the 4* Radisson Edwardian Leicester Square and its sister hotel the 5* Radisson Edwardian Hampshire are both nearby. Thistle Hotels offers the Thistle Piccadilly and the Trafalgar Square Hotel. Another 5 star is the Le Meridien just the other side of Piccadilly Circus.

Further afield, or if you want to be based in another part of London and come into Theatreland for the evening, any hotel on the Piccadilly Line, Northern Line, Victoria Line and Bakerloo line would be within easy access. There really is lots to choose from. Look at Bloomsbury and the area around the British Museum with a great choice of townhouse hotels. It is handy for Euston, St Pancras and Kings Cross railway stations if you have started your theatre break by rail.

His Majesty’s Theatre

According to tradition, On the day of King Charles’s coronation, the Her Majesty’s Theatre becomes known as His Majesty’s Theatre.

The Phantom of the Opera Information File :

Theatre: His Majesty’s Theatre, Haymarket, SW1Y 4QL, London
Genre: Musical
Opened: 9th October 1986
Booking: Now Booking to March 2025
Performance Times: Monday to Saturday at 19:30pm ; and Thursday & Saturday at 14.30pm
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines
Show Songs: Check out all London musical show songs)

The Phantom of the Opera London Theatre BreaksPhantom Fact: the Phantom’s real name is Erik!


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Phantom of the Opera
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 7 reviews
 by Linda Macdiarmid

A wonderful two days in London with my Mum to fulfill her dream of seeing Phantom of the Opera. We were not disappointed - everything went perfectly to plan, the hotel was lovely and we had excellent seats in the theatre. I would recommend this Theatre Break to anyone.

 by Carole

I took my daughter to see The Phantom of the Opera for some mother and daughter time as part of a London shopping trip. I could not fault this at all. It was amazing and my daughter was blown away. apart from sounding amazing it all looked so beautiful - especially the Maquarade scene in act two. Christine's voice was lovely.

 by Liz Pickles

I really enjoyed my weekend in the capital! Imperial hotel was excellent, lovely room and very professional staff. I have seen Phantom of the opera many,many times and never fails to delight thank you for a brilliant time.

 by DC

Dear Melissa,
i would just like to say a special thank you to you for the wonderful theatre break you arranged for my wife and myself
it was fabulous the theatre tickets (phantom) spot on and the hotel (kingsway hall hotel) was brill and we had a really great time, can you do anything about the weather and the traffic next time,Lol, all in all it was great and 1 of the best hotels i have ever stayed in, I would like you to pass this on to your manager if you like because like i say we had a wonderful time all thanks to you so thanks again and i'm sure you will be hearing from us again at some point in the future Thanks again.

yours d.c

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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