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Five Reasons To See... Three Phantoms

Matthew Cammelle gives his five reasons why you should see Three Phantoms for the price of one.

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Three Phantoms from Andrew Lloyd Webber's eponymous musical are set to host, haunt and perform in a show, which is very aptly named, which tours the UK this autumn. The show has already been seen by over 30,000 people since 2011. Here are five reasons to catch Three Phantoms by Matthew Cammelle:

1. The Three masked ones

The Three Phantoms
The Three Phantoms
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The critically acclaimed Three Phantoms is led by myself, Stephen John Davis and Glyn Kerslake, each of us has played the lead in The Phantom of the Opera, as well as many other musicals including Les Misérables, South Pacific, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chess and many, many more!

2. The original Cosette

No Phantom would be complete without his Christine and this show is no exception as we are are joined by international musical and opera star Rebecca Caine. Amongst her many accolades she originated the role of Cosette in the Cameron Mackintosh and RSC production of Les Misérables and then joined the original cast of The Phantom of the Opera to play Christine.

3. The songs

As well as songs from The Phantom of the Opera, Three Phantoms is packed with over 20 songs from Les Misérables, West Side Story, Chicago, Kiss Me Kate, My Fair Lady, The Scarlet Pimpernel, and Wicked to name but a few!

4. Phantom alumni

The cast are joined by the outstanding talents of Annette Yeo, Mandy Watsham Dunstall, Alistair Barron and musical director Anthony Gabriele, all of whom have had an association with The Phantom of the Opera.

5. Some Phantom secrets and so much more

This unmissable concert not only features heart-stirring performances but also some unique insights and anecdotes from the cast's time performing in The Phantom of the Opera, as well as a great atmosphere and wonderful lighting – a fantastic night out for all the family!

Three Phantoms is at the Manchester Opera House from 17 - 18 September.

Tags: Manchesteropera houseThree PhantomsMatthew Cammelle


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