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Her Majesty's Theatre
Her Majesty's Theatre

Her Majesty's Theatre

Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL

The Basics

The Phantom of the Opera is the second-longest running musical in the West End. The musical premiered here in London in 1986 and has been performed at Her Majesty’s ever since. Take advantage of advanced booking to secure your seats, with options to suit your budget. Benefit from packages that include pre-show meals to make the most of your night on the tiles.

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The Phantom of the Opera* is a must-see for musical lovers.

  • Her Majesty’s Theatre is accessible for wheelchair users. Call ahead as discounts may be available.

  • Signed, captioned, and audio-described shows are scheduled regularly; contact the theater directly to check availability.

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How to Get There

Piccadilly Circus is the closest Underground station, while Charing Cross is the nearest mainline station. Several local buses service Haymarket or Regent Street, including the 6, 15, 139, and 453. It’s best to avoid driving in London during weekdays when the Congestion Charge applies, though evening and weekend visitors can take advantage of Q-Park’s Theatreland Parking Scheme for discounted parking.

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When to Get There

Evening performances take place daily except Sunday and bank holidays, while matinees are available on Thursday and Saturday. Opt to relax after a busy day exploring with a show, or put aside time for dinner and drinks in London’s vibrant entertainment center with an afternoon viewing.

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Mice and Misérables in the West End

The Phantom of the Opera has been playing continually at Her Majesty’s Theatre for more than 30 years. There are only two other West End shows that can trump this impressive achievement.Les Misérables is just ahead of Phantom, having begun its London run in 1985, and continuing today at the Queen’s Theatre. The true record breaker, though, is Agatha Christie'sThe Mousetrap, which premiered in 1952, and still plays today at St. Martin’s Theatre.

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