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One of the most iconic musicals in the history of theatre is returning to Manchester in 2020.
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See Phantom Of The Opera at the Palace Theatre Manchester

One of the most iconic musicals in the history of theatre is returning to Manchester in 2020. As part of its UK and Ireland tour, the show will come to the city for a limited run from 26th March to 30th May. Tickets to see Phantom Of The Opera at Manchesters’ Palace Theatre are already on sale. The musical is in its 33rd year at the West End and is the second longest-running after Les Miserables. Cameron Mackintosh and the Really Useful Theatre Company Limited are producing the show.

With a musical score by Andrew Lloyd Weber and lyrics by Charles Hart, Phantom of the Opera elegantly retells Gastron Leroux’s novel. The show tells the story of an enigmatic, disfigured musical genius known as the ‘Phantom’. Hiding from the world behind a mask, he becomes obsessed with choir girl Christine. Plotting to get closer to her, the Phantom offers to mentor her and begins visiting her frequently. But when Christine falls for another, his infatuation takes a dark turn as he schemes to get her back.

Equally emotive and epic, the songs fill auditoria with passion and suspense. It features world famous numbers such as ‘All I Ask of You’, ‘Music of the Night’ and the title track ‘Phantom of the Opera’.

The captivating narrative and mesmerising score has enchanted audiences for decades. It broke records and won numerous awards, travelling around the world on international tours. Now you can be part of it with tickets to see Phantom of the Opera in Manchester in 2020.

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Venue Details

The Palace Theatre Manchester is one of the city’s major theatres and one of the most successful in England. It opened on central Oxford Street in 1891, surviving the Blitz and several renovations. Over the years, the Palace Theatre Manchester has become part of the city’s cultural scene, hosting big names in theatre, comedy, dance and much more.

In the early 20th century, the Palace Theatre Manchester hosted many Hollywood greats, such as the ‘The Wizard of Oz’s’ Judy Garland, and classic comedy duo, Laurel and Hardy, while contemporary acts include X Factor star Alexandra Burke and local comic legend, Peter Kay. Some of the most well known touring repertoires have further illustrated the Palace Theatre Manchester’s prominent venue status, including the likes of Mamma Mia!, Disney’s The Lion King, Miss Saigon, The Book of Mormon and Dirty Dancing.

The Palace Theatre Manchester’s seating plan is made up of Stalls, the Circle and the Grand Tier on top, with the majority of seats offering fantastic views of the stage. It has a capacity of up to 1955 theatre patrons. Visitors can also enjoy a drink during the interval at the Palace Theatre Manchester’s Ambassador Lounge.

Otherwise known as the Grand Lady of Oxford Street, the Palace Theatre Manchester was created by designer Alfred Darbyshire. Despite being bombed during the Second World War, theatre-goers can still see some of the original architectural elements in the facade and windows. Its historical significance and structural grandeur make it one of the recognisable venues in Manchester. Together with its sister venue - the Manchester Opera House - the Palace Theatre Manchester are known for being iconic landmarks of The Arts in the city.

If you’re travelling by car to the Palace Theatre Manchester, you can get discounted parking at Oxford Street and Manchester Palace car parks if you bring your ticket to the theatre cloakroom. Alternatively, you can arrive by train to either Oxford Road Station directly opposite, or Manchester Piccadilly Station around a 10 minute walk away. There’s also many buses that stop a stone’s throw away from the Palace Theatre Manchester.


Performance Information

Performance times: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm and Thursday and Saturday 2.30pm Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (including interval)

Please note: the appearance of any particular artist cannot be guaranteed and is subject to illness and holidays.

All children must be old enough to occupy their own seats.

ACCESS PERFORMANCES Signed: Saturday 13 January 2018 matinee Audio: Saturday 2 December 2017 matinee Captioned: Saturday 9 December 2017 matinee

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