Phantom Of The Opera is coming to Dubai Opera.
The Phantom of the Opera has long been a favourite of theatre and musical fans worldwide, and this October, it’s set to make its Middle East debut.
Since its premiere in the mid ‘80s, the show has earned standing ovations for its international, Broadway and West End adaptions.
With more than seventy major theatre awards garnered from around the world, it’s undoubtedly one of the top musicals of all time
Jasper Hope, CEO of Dubai Opera, says fans in the UAE are in for a real treat.
With jaw-dropping scenery and breath-taking special effects, The Phantom of the Opera features some of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most famous and stirring music.
The dark, romantic plot, centred around the brooding Phantom’s infatuation with budding starlet Christine, stays true to the original production.
The iconic show takes to the Dubai Opera stage for a limited season, from October 16.
You can buy your tickets at dubaiopera.com.
Mark Lloyd went down to Dubai Opera for a sneak preview of the show and was treated to a song from the Phantom himself.
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