Love Never Dies

Love Never Dies - Phantom of The Opera Sequel

Love Never Dies has been confirmed as the title of a new musical opening first in London's West End which is to be a sequel to the highly popular show The Phantom of The Opera.

The story takes place ten years after the original, and transports the main characters to New York's Coney Island in 1907.



Launching Love Never Dies

Andrew Lloyd Webber launched his latest artistic creation on October 8th 2009 at the Adelphi Theatre in London, where the Phantom of the Opera has been playing continuously for 23 years.

The dates were announced for opening the musical in London on March 9th 2010 at the Adelphi theatre followed by a transfer to Broadway New York in November 2010 and the far east and Australia in 2011. The global rollout will be much faster than that of the original Phantom musical.

The part of the Phantom will be sung by Ramin Karimloo and Christine by Sierra Boggess.

Love Never Dies Cast

Ramin Karimloo plays the Phantom and Dierra Boggess plays the part of Christine Daa here seen alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber
Ramin Karimloo plays the Phantom and Dierra Boggess plays the part of Christine Daa here seen alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber

Love Never Dies Ramin Karimloo at West End Live

The Love Never Dies album has already been recorded but will not be released until March 2010 when the show opens in London. Meanwhile here are some DVDs etc fo

Love Never Dies readers feedback - will you be going to see Love Never Dies or do you think the Phantom of The Opera should never have been sequelled? 1 comment

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Linnit 6 years ago from London

I definitely want to see this, the Phantom left some serious questions. That ending just isn't very satisfactory. I hope it's really spectacular! Just what the West End needs just now.

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