Wednesday, 26 June 2013 16:27

AddThis Social Bookmark Button Her Majesty Theatre London A Fabulous Place To Celebrate Your Time

Remember the date 27th of September 1986 a melodious show opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s theatre land, which is still running with packed room today in London. Andrew Lloyds Webber’s Phantom of the Opera is undoubtedly the most tuneful ever scripted. It is completing 26th year in London and God knows how many days it will run.  The musical has won various awards and some are 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical and 1988 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New
Musical. The amazing architecture sooths your mind and suit the ambience wonderful show. Other mesmerizing numbers that are a part of the drama contain The Point Of No Return, The Music of the Night, All I Ask of You, and Think of Me.

Her Majestic Theatre is positioned in Westminster city (London). The theatre is a home of wonderful show The Phantom of the Opera a love story set around the splendor and majesty. There is a shadowy tunnel below the Opera House where the Phantom lives and feels ashamed by his appearance. But his musical protégé Christine can’t oppose his voice and his complete love for her takes the story towards a tragic love triangle between Christine, Raul and the Phantom. Andrew Lloyds Webber’s melodious perfectly match with this tragic story and leave them cleaning tears from their eyes

The first building on this site was built by Architect John Vanbrugh. The current structure was established by Herbert Beerbohm in 1897. Performances that are played over here during this period are- George Bernard Shaw, J. M. Synge, Coward and J. B. Priestley.

After the World War I, the house saw its most successful productions where Oscar winner Chu Chin Chow introduced here in 1916 and celebrated an amazing success of 2,235 plays. One main thing about this theatre is its name which has been associated with the theater since starting. In the year 1705, it was called the Queens Theater on Queen Anne. In the year 1714, it was named again the Kings Theater following George I. It got its current name finally in 1837 and has been with the same.

A Grade II planned theater place, it can provide seat to 1,216 audiences at a time.

So, place your order for tickets now and go along with your family and friends and enjoy this time with full spirit. Her Majestic Theatre is waiting to welcome you and offering you a nice and amazing evening.