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The classic love story of Phantom of the Opera features a truly stunning score by Maury Yeston with a book by Arthur Kopit. This mesmerizing version is traditional musical Theatre in the finest sense. The Tony award winning authors of Nine have transformed Gaston Leroux’s novel into a sensation that enraptures audiences and critics with beautiful songs and an expertly crafted book.

All Star Productions presents this epic story of  Phantom in the intimate surroundings of Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre which over the past two years has fast established a reputation for presenting revivals of rare often neglected works and UK Premieres.

Please note this is not the Andrew Lloyd Webber production of Phantom of the Opera.

14th – 31st May 2013. Performance times: Tuesday – Saturday 7.30pm; Sundays 3.30pm; Monday 27th May 7:30pm.

Special Ticket offer: All tickets for Tuesday 14th May £12.50.
Box Office: 0843 289 2144 or www.allstarproductions.co.uk


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We have two tickets to give away for the evening performance on Tues 21st May
To enter all you have to do is:

  • Follow us on Twitter @BargainTheatre
  • RT our Phantom competition detail tweet
Terms & Conditions
By entering you agree to the following:
There is one prize of two tickets to see the UK professional premiere of All Star Productions’ Phatom at Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, 53 Hoe Street, London, E17 4SA on Tues 21st May, valid for the 7.30pm performance;
Winner will be chosen at random from those who retweet the designated tweet;
Entries after closing date & time will not be included;
Prize is non transferable and there is no cash equivalent;
Competition closes at 11:59pm on Fri 10th May and winner will be notified soon after;
Prize tickets are only valid for the specified performance on Tues 21st May and may not be re-sold
PLEASE NOTE THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED – Keep checking the website for new competitions.
Congratulations to @Sophieatcentral our winner of a pair tickets to see Phantom at Ye Olde Rose and Crown E17 on Tues 21st May, 7.30pm.

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