The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

  • Director: Laurence Connor
  • Writer: Richard Stilgoe,Andrew Lloyd Webber,Gaston Leroux
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Release date: October 2, 2011
  • Runtime: 2 hours 17 minutes
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78 : 1
  • Also known as: Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall
  • The Phantom of the Opera: The 25th Anniversary Show is a feature film directed by Laurence Connor.


    • Release date October 2, 2011
    • Filming locations Royal Albert Hall, South Kensington, London, England, UK
    • Production companies The Really Useful Theatre Company, Steam Motion & Sound

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    • By Merritt 2022-12-30 22:35:58

      The breadth and eternity of love

      "The Phantom of the Opera" was the first musical I watched, and I loved it very much, and was most impressed with "AllIAskofYou". What moved me was the Phantom's affection for Christine. The heroine Christine went from a dancer without any fame to a famous singer. The Phantom taught her to sing and fell in love. The ending is tragic and tragic. The Phantom did not get Christine's love. He fulfilled Christine and her lover Raul, which further illustrates the greatness of emotional power....

    • By Jewell 2022-12-27 19:56:56

      Born in Darkness Die in Light

      Thinking about it carefully, it was still yesterday that I bought Breitman's Moonlight Goddess album.

      When I was in college, I bought several boxes of Crazy English at the campus bookstand, about European and American music topics, so I came into contact with a lot of popular classics such as Oscar hits. In that era when there was no Internet and the cost of obtaining information was relatively high, these cassettes were a source of spiritual inspiration, and I listened to them...

    • By Hunter 2022-12-25 01:54:33

      Character analysis of the three protagonists

      Christian: Has an elegant voice like nature, eager to be favored by musical angels.

      Raoul: Handsome and handsome, has a huge family property, shy, introverted and shy, very simple, weak body, and Christian childhood sweethearts, deeply in love with the unique charm of Christian

      OG: Inferior and conceited, paranoid not to be tamed, acting perversely, with an ugly face, using his own violence to coerce and deceive the...

    • By Monique 2022-12-24 17:02:51

      I am flour this is not a movie review

      I started liking Ramin from Les Miz. I saw him in Enjolras in O2 a few years ago, and it was that one glance in the crowd. . . Now after POTO25, LND OLC, Les Miz broadway revival, HUMAN HEART, WAY OUT, and scattered band performances, looking back, I think the best is still the original Enjolras.
      But when it comes to my career, the first peak of my career should be the POTO show at the Royal Albert Hall. During that time, in addition to nominating a lot, I was able to share the stage...

    • By Reginald 2022-12-22 19:15:03

      legendary love

      When I was in the second year of junior high school, I watched it because I was studying vocal music. At that time, I was probably too young to feel the emotions inside. Recently, I wanted to watch it again because of the end of this semester's vocal music class. After watching it, I was really shocked! ! ! The feeling of the musical is too deep "And though you turn from me, To glance behind, The Phantom of the Opera is there, inside your mind" In this musical, I saw two kinds of life. The...

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    • By Adolphus 2023-02-03 18:33:56

      After watching it, I only hope that I can go to Albert to watch the scene at the next 25th anniversary...

    • By Amir 2023-01-06 06:55:31

      It was suffocating from the start. I cried. Raul and Christina All I ask of you and Phantom are influenced. Great...

    • By Tamara 2022-12-30 16:49:55

      At the age of 25, the producer Ma is also a man of attention, full of strength and exquisite stage. But I don't get into the drama very much, and the cemetery is even a little tired after that, it's not like the first time I watched the scene, I cried a lot next to a sleeping person. Probably the heroine is not my type (Rice Bucket Daliang), this time I saw a story where appearance overcomes talent, uh... The tribute at the end is still very exciting, emotions and flashpoints are at the...

    • By Hans 2022-12-23 08:17:28

      Actually, I've heard it, but haven't seen it in its entirety. I went to a live show yesterday, of course it wasn't this lineup and production, although I enjoyed that show too, but I couldn't help watching/listening to this version when I got back from the theater. There is no end to the quest for perfect sound. (Additional note: the whole process has been finished, including the Easter eggs, the music has been around the brain for a month and there is no sign of...

    • By Earl 2022-12-12 09:06:48

      I can imagine the scene where I was in my late 40s and cried while watching this SM story while lying among the cats on a...

    Movie plot

    This is a special performance to celebrate the successful 25th anniversary of the musical "The Phantom of the Opera" at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The event was held on the evening of October 1, 2011, the afternoon and evening of the next day, with a total of 3 grand performances, offering a shocking audio-visual feast for the musical fans present. At the same time as the performance, the live video was also shown on the...
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    Movie quotes

    • The Phantom: [singing] You will curse the day you did not do all that The Phantom asked of you!

    • The Phantom: Did I not instruct that box five was to remain open?

      Meg Giry: He's there! The Phantom of the Opera!

      Christine: It's him! I know it. It's him.

      Monsieur Firmin: [whispering] Calm down.

      Carlotta Guidicelli: [to Christine] Your part is silent! Little toad!

      The Phantom: A toad Madame? Perhaps it is *you* who are the toad.

    • Christine: [singing] Say you'll share with me one love. One lifetime.

      Raoul: [singing] Say the word and I will follow you.

      Christine: [singing] Share each day with me each night. Each morning.

      The Phantom: [singing] You alone can make my song take flight. It's over now the music of the night!