New casting for The Phantom of the Opera revealed

The Phantom Of The Opera 2024/2025 cast group photo
The Phantom Of The Opera 2024/2025 company. Credit: Joseph Madden

New casting has been revealed for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical, The Phantom of the Opera in the West End at His Majesty’s Theatre.

Starting from Monday, 29 July 2024, Dean Chisnall is stepping into the role of The Phantom. He’s no stranger to the West End, having recently played Jean Valjean in Les Misérables.

Joanna Ampil joins as Carlotta Giudicelli. You might have seen her in Miss Saigon and Jesus Christ Superstar.

Martin Ball takes on Monsieur Firmin, with Helen Hobson as Madame Giry and Millie Lyon as Meg Giry.

Lily Kerhoas continues as Christine Daaé, with Joe Griffiths-Brown as Raoul.

Adam Linstead and David Kristopher-Brown remain as Monsieur André and Ubaldo Piangi, respectively.

Eve Shanu-Wilson will also be performing as Christine Daaé during certain shows.

Other new cast members include Anya Alindada, Lily Allen-Dodd, George Arvidson, Embla Bishop, David Burilin, Fergus Dale, Emily George, Molly Hall, Will Hawksworth, Nicholas Hepher, Mandy Kwan, Jess Michelmore, and Johnny Randall.

Rounding out the cast are Leonard Cook, Colleen Rose Curran, Michael Colbourne, Hywel Dowsell, Connor Ewing, Serina Faull, Florence Fowler, James Gant, Melanie Gowie, Samuel Haughton, Eilish Harmon-Beglan, Janet Mooney, Tim Morgan, Zoë Soleil Vallée, Jasmine Wallis, and Victoria Ward.

The Phantom of the Opera is lauded as one of the most beautiful and spectacular productions in theatre history.

With a haunting score that includes Music of the Night, All I Ask of You, and the iconic title song, it has captivated over 160 million people worldwide.

The show is booking until 29 March 2025, so there’s plenty of time for you to see these fresh faces in action.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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