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Limited availability for Sydney Opera House performances.

Great seats on sale now for The Phantom of the Opera in Melbourne, from 30 October.


Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House
Bennelong Point, Sydney

Running Time

Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one interval.

Recommended for ages 10+

Material includes themes of violence and horror. Parental guidance suggested.

Opera Australia and the Really Useful Group
In association with
Cameron Mackintosh
The New Production of
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s

The Phantom of the Opera

at the Sydney Opera House

Experience the phenomenon of one of the most successful musicals of all time, when Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary show makes its Sydney Opera House debut.

Hit after hit punctuates the thrilling score, from the stunning romance of “Music of the Night”, “Think of Me” and “All I Ask of You” to the splendid “Masquerade” and brilliant title song.

Now, you can hear them all in a spectacular new production that has stunned critics across the United Kingdom and North America. It features a new direction by Laurence Connor, brand new scenic design by Paul Brown, lighting design by Tony Award®-winner Paule Constable, sound design by Mick Potter, new choreography by Scott Ambler and the original, Tony Award®-winning costume design by Maria Björnson.

Overseen by Cameron Mackintosh and Matthew Bourne, the “eye-poppingly innovative” (Australian Financial Review) new staging includes many special effects, from the famous chandelier to the underground lake, and a large cast and orchestra. It “remains as visually ravishing as ever” (Sydney Morning Herald), and “cannot fail to impress” (Time Out).

The Phantom haunts the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera House. He’s man and mystery, a deformed genius. And in Christine Daaé, he’s found his angel of music: the young woman he would make a star. But how many lives will he sacrifice to make the music of the night?

“Classics are classic for a reason. ★★★★★”

Time Out

The Phantom of the Opera at Sydney Opera House (2022)

Photographer: Daniel Boud

The Phantom of the Opera at Sydney Opera House (2022)

Photographer: Daniel Boud

The Phantom of the Opera at Sydney Opera House (2022)

Photographer: Daniel Boud

The Phantom of the Opera at Sydney Opera House (2022)

Photographer: Daniel Boud

The Phantom of the Opera at Sydney Opera House (2022)

Photographer: Daniel Boud

The Phantom of the Opera at Sydney Opera House (2022)

Photographer: Daniel Boud

Cast & Creative

Composer, Book, Co-Orchestrator
Book & Additional Lyrics
Set Design
Costume Designer
Maria Björnson®
Lighting Designer
Sound Design
Video & Projection Design
Illusion Consultant
Production overseen by
Associate Director
Associate Choreographer
Associate Scenic Designer
Associate Lighting Designer
Associate Sound Designer
Associate Costume Designer and Maria Björnson®’s Costume Designs Recreated by
Associate Hair and Wig Designer
Musical Supervisor (Australia)
Associate Lighting Designer
Associate Sound Designer
Resident Director
Musical Director
Really Useful Theatre Co.
The Phantom
Christine Daaé
Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny
Monsieur Firman
Monsieur André
Carlotta Giudicelli
Madame Giry
Ubaldo Piangi
Meg Giry
Princess, Page, Christine Daaé at certain performances
Don Attilio
Monsieur Reyer
Monsieur Lefèvre, Fire Chief
Wild Woman, Confidante
Wardrobe Mistress
Princess, Madame Firman
Princess, Page
Hannibal's Guard, Satyr
Joseph Buquet


At an auction of opera memorabilia at the Paris Opera House, an old man, Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny, bids for a strange musical box which seems to hold for him some special memory. The newly restored chandelier is revealed and we are swept back to the time of Raoul’s youth, when the chandelier hung in splendour from the dome of the Opera House.

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