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Love Never Dies

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Andrew Lloyd Webber picks up the story of The Phantom Of The Opera 10 years later, when the mysterious murderer has moved to Coney Island. Read More >

Love Never Dies continues the story of the Phantom Of The Opera, who has moved from his lair in the Paris Opera House to haunt the fairgrounds of Coney Island, far across the Atlantic Ocean.

Set 10 years after the mysterious disappearance of the Phantom from Paris, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new show is a rollercoaster ride of obsession and intrigue in which music and memory can play cruel tricks and the famous masked murderer sets out to prove that Love Never Dies.

Love Never Dies stars Ramin Karimloo, who became London’s youngest Phantom when he took on the iconic role at Her Majesty’s theatre in 2007. The Iranian-born Canadian has also played Raoul in Lloyd Webber’s most famous musical and Christine’s Father in the Joel Schumacher-directed film adaptation.

Sierra Boggess, who plays Christine in Love Never Dies, also returns to a character she played in the original, having created the part for Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular.

For more about Love Never Dies at the Adelphi theatre, read the First Night Feature or the Big Interview with current Raoul, David Thaxton.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 20/02/2010

Opening Night: 09/03/2010

Closing Night: 27/08/2011

Running time: 2h30

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Cast & Creative


Ramin Karimloo, Celia Graham, Liz Robertson, Haley Flaherty, David Thaxton, Tam Mutu, Tracey Penn, Adam Pearce, Charles Brunton, Theo Caplan, Thomas Celik, Jack Costello, Daniel Dowling, Tom Bryan Isaacs, Harry Polden, Nick Blair, Dale Branston, Abigail Brodie, Kieran Brown, Nick Crossley, Natalie Edmunds, Chris Gage, Mirela Golinska, Daniel Gourlay, Simon Ray Harvey, Grace Holdstock, Lucinda Lydell, David McMullan, Lisa Mathieson, Colette Morrow, Ashley Nottingham, Mira Ormala, Rae Piper, Alexa-Jayne Robinson, Andrew Rothwell, Simon Storey, Lucy van Gasse, Tim Walton, Zara Warren


Director - Jack O'Brien

Choreographer - Jerry Mitchell

Set Designer - Bob Crowley

Lyrics By - Glenn Slater

Music By - Andrew Lloyd Webber

About Adelphi Theatre

Strand, London, WC2E 7NA

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