Wolverhampton is to be haunted by not one phantom but three as the Grand Theatre will play host to what has become the most exciting concert phenomenon to tour the UK in recent years from Saturday 14th – Sunday 15th September.
Three Phantoms has already performed to well over 30,000 people since 2011 and has been critically-acclaimed by the public and media alike. Matthew Cammelle, Stephen John Davis and Glyn Kerslake will perform and host an evening that celebrates what has become the world’s most successful entertainment phenomenon, the story of The Phantom of the Opera. The evening also features songs from other musicals including Les Misérables, West Side Story, Spamalot, Kiss Me Kate, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Rock Of Ages and Wicked, to name but a few.
Musical theatre fans - and especially Phantom ‘Phans’- are in for a real treat as they can expect some unique backstage insights and anecdotes from Matthew’s, Stephen’s and Glyn’s time as the Phantom. The trio will also be singing songs from various other adaptations of the story that inspired Andrew Lloyd Webber to write his incredibly evocative score.
What makes this show such a success is a commitment to an evening of top West End standard, which is why in addition to the West End talent, the performers will be joined by the masterful accompaniment of Anthony Gabriele, former Music Director of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre and on the UK touring production, and cellist Yvonne Marie Parsons.
All in all, this really is a unique concert and promises to be an evening of intrigue, humour and knockout music with heart-stirring performances!
THREE PHANTOMS runs at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre from Saturday 14th – Sunday 15th September. Tickets, which start from £22.50 can be booked online at www.grandtheatre.co.uk or at the box office on 01902 42 92 12.
For more information on the show visit www.three-phantoms.com
Disclaimer: Three Phantoms is in no way connected with and/or approved/endorsed by Really Useful Group or Andrew Lloyd Webber.