Love Never Dies
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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical is the sequel to Phantom, Love Never Dies. Set ten years after the conclusion of the original story, the Phantom has escaped to New York with Madame Giry and Meg and found success in Coney Island as a magician and entertainer. When he builds a new opera house, he persuades his old Christine, now a huge star and married to her old flame Raoul, to sing for him once more...
Andrew Lloyd Webber had been considering working on the Love Never Dies Phantom sequel since 1990 but it was not until 2007 that he began work with lyricist Glenn Slater(Sister Act the Musical and the Broadway version of Disney’s The Little Mermaid) and book writer Ben Elton (We Will Rock You).
The Love Never Dies musical opened at London’s Adelphi Theatre in March 2010. The production is the first time a musical sequel has been staged in the West End and the original cast includes Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Boggess, Joseph Millson, Liz Robertson, Summer Strallen and Niamh Perry.
The Australian production opened in May 2011 at Melbourne's Regent Theatre.
At the Whatsonstage.com Awards 2011 Ramin Karimloo won Best Actor in a Musical and Joseph Millson Best Supporting Actor.
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22 December 2010
Officially reopened after chops and changes anonymously implemented by Bill Kenwright, Love Never Dies is very much a sequel to the original Phantom of the Opera, audiences expected to understand the love triangle of the original with little prompting - now seen ten years on.
As the Phantom, Ramin Karimloo's launch number, "'Til I Hear You Sing", haunts the first act, mainly as it comes from nowhere and disappears just as quickly, the remainder of Act One stuttering forwards without another notable tune for a lengthy spell. The musical plods forwards expectantly waiting for the touch paper to be lit; unfortunately, it never is - characters enter and exit, for apparently little reason, too often to deliver lines from a lightweight book.
The entire production is a visual feast, with New York's Coney Island created beautifully with a mixture of huge sets, mystifying angled backdrops and stunning projection. However, the animated ...
Latest User Review
Emily - 28 July 2011:
ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL. most definately worth going to see and anyone who says otherwise obviously can not recoqnise talent and enjoy to listen to those who can do what they cant. the songs were all sung flawlessly and it is an extrememly gripping plot we thoroughly enjoyed it.. it had more than a few of our group sobbing their eyes out...
Ramin Karimloo (Phantom)
David Thaxton (Raoul the Vicomte de Chagny)
Celia Graham (Christine)
haley Flaherty (Meg Giry)
Tracey Penn (Fleck)
Liz Robertson (Madame Giry)
Adam Pearce (Squelch)
Charles Brunton (Gangle)
Lucy Van Gasse
Simon Ray Harvey
Daniel Dowling (Gustave - some dates)
Harry Polden (Gustave - some dates)
Tam Mutu (alternate Phantom)