The Phantom of the Opera wins West End Eurovision 2019
The show won for the second year in a row
The winner of West End Eurovision was announced on the weekend, with The Phantom of the Opera taking home a trophy for the second year in a row.
The cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber's show celebrated with Graham Norton and 1998 Israeli Eurovision winner Dana International at the event, which took place at the Adelphi Theatre. Phantom of the Opera performed "Grande Amore" and earned 88 votes from both voting judges from the seven competing shows and text votes by the audience at the Adelphi Theatre.
The National Theatre's production of Follies came second. It is the first time in the event's history that the top prize has been won by the same show in successive years.
The Phantom of the Opera was also awarded the Outstanding Gorgeousness prize, judged by Fly Davis and Jamie Campbell.
The Best Creative prize went to the cast of Wicked, for their performance of "Wild Dances". The prize was judged by Bonnie Langford, Wayne Sleep, Tim Vincent and Amber Davies. The Best Ident prize was voted for by the public and was won by Everybody's Talking About Jamie.
West End Eurovision raises money for MAD Trust, which supports HIV and AIDS projects in the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa.