The Phantom of the Opera

When: Friday 14 May - Saturday 22 May (see description for times)

Where: Theatre

Price: Prices depend on performance - $32 to $55

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Performance times:

Friday 14 May, 7.30 pm

Saturday 15 May,  2 pm & 7.30 pm

Thursday 20 May, 7.30 pm

Friday 21 May,  7.30 pm

Saturday 22 May, 2 pm & 7.30 pm

Please note: Seats may need to be reallocated closer to the date depending on current Government guidelines at that time. All patrons count to the allowable capacity - please select the appropriate ticket if you are bringing a child under 18 months to sit on your knee.

The Phantom of the Opera

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking masterpiece, “The Phantom of the Opera” comes to the Albury Entertainment Centre 14-22 May. Phantom’s legendary score still delivers the most powerful emotional impact of any major musical, which has made it by far the longest-running show in Broadway history.

Based on the 1910 horror novel by Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera is a thrilling and romantic account of the legendary Phantom, a musical genius who dwells deep beneath the Paris Opera House. Shunned by society for his horrible facial deformity, the lonely Phantom takes a gorgeous young soprano, Christine, under his wing and grooms her for operatic fame, all the while falling deeply in love with her. As Christine’s star begins to rise, and a handsome young man from her past begins to successfully court her, the Phantom descends into a jealous rage and terrorises the opera company with increasingly dangerous threats, culminating in an unparalleled musical and emotional climax.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s score soars with such acclaimed songs as “Think of Me,” “All I Ask of You,” “The Music of the Night,” “Masquerade”, “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again”, “Angel of Music”, and the title song, “The Phantom of the Opera.” Phantom has gone on to become a cultural tour de force and the most successful single entertainment event in history.

Is Phantom a good show to take the kids to?

Phantom is suitable for children with parental guidance recommended. However Phantom does feature grand opera and lush romance, and old-fashioned scare moments throughout—a corpse plunging from a noose, shrieking-for-their-lives ballerinas, not to mention the Phantom’s disfigured face. Such sights will either send your kid burying their face in your arm or thinking it’s the coolest show they’ve seen!