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BEN FORSTER EXTENDS HIS RUN AS THE PHANTOM (16 FEBRUARY 2017)

Ben Forster will extend his run as The Phantom until Saturday 2 September 2017 in the smash hit Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom Of The Opera.

Now in its 31st year at Her Majesty's Theatre in the West End, the show also stars Celinde Schoenmaker as Christine Daae and Nadim Naaman as Raoul. Ben Forster is probably best known for winning the ITV1 show Superstar - Andrew Lloyd Webber's TV talent search for Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar. His other theatre credits include Buddy in Elf The Musical and Magaldi in Evita, both at the Dominion Theatre.

They are joined by Sion Lloyd as Monsieur Firmin; Mark Oxtoby as Monsieur Andre; Paul Ettore Tabone as Piangi and Daisy Hulbert as Meg. Also continuing their roles are: Lara Martins as Carlotta and Jacinta Mulcahy as Madame Giry and Harriet Jones as alternate Christine Daae.

Continuing until 2 September the full cast is: Matt Blaker; Bridget Costello; Maria Coyne; Scott Davies; Hadrian Delacey; Morven Douglas; Ben Forster; Lyndsey Gardiner; Lori Gilchrist; Ryan Goscinski; Philip Griffiths; Hettie Hobbs; Lily Howes; Daisy Hulbert; Ellen Jackson; Harriet Jones; Richard Kent; Tim Laurenti; Adam Robert Lewis; Sion Lloyd; Lara Martins; Luke McCall; Leo Miles; Fiona Morley; Tim Morgan; Paul Morrissey; Jacinta Mulcahy; Nadim Naaman; Mark Oxtoby; Danielle Pullum; James Roxby-Brown; Celinde Schoenmaker; Tom Sterling; Joanna Strand; Paul Ettore Tabone; Claire Tilling, Charlotte Vaughan; Victoria Ward and Georgia Ware.

Phantom has won over 70 major theatre awards, including seven Tony's on Broadway and three Olivier Awards in the West End. It most recently won the Magic Radio Audience Award, voted by the public, in the 2016 Laurence Olivier Awards. The show, which opened at Her Majesty's in 1986 originally starred Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman. It is produced by Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Theatre Company Limited.


Musicals Opening
4 March 2017 - An American In Paris
20 March 2017 - 42nd Street
7 April 2017 - Carousel
9 May 2017 - Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour
19 May 2017 - On The Town
5 June 2017 - Bat Out Of Hell
17 June 2017 - Wind In The Willows
17 June 2017 - Lady Day At Emersons Bar And Grill
12 July 2017 - Girl From the North Country
11 August 2017 - Jesus Christ Superstar
28 September 2017 - Young Frankenstein
9 December 2017 - Dick Whittington
Plays & Comedies Opening
7 February 2017 - The Boys In The Band
15 February 2017 - Twelfth Night
22 February 2017 - Whos Afraid Of Virginia Woolf
22 February 2017 - Ugly Lies The Bone
25 February 2017 - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
1 March 2017 - The Miser
01 March 2017 - Stepping Out
17 March 2017 - Don Juan In Soho
24 March 2018 - Edward Albees The Goat or Who is Sylvia
28 March 2017 - David Baddiel My Family - Not The Sitcom
22 April 2017 - Romeo and Juliet
24 April 2017 - Sara Pascoe - Animal
2 May 2017 - Nell Gwynn
3 May 2017 - Brodsky-Baryshnikov
18 May 2017 - Twelfth Night - Globe
13 June 2017 - Tristan And Yseult
20 June 2017 - The Ferryman
5 July 2017 - What The Ladybird Heard
7 July 2017 - A Tale Of Two Cities
14 July 2017 - Much Ado About Nothing - Globe
17 July 2017 - Oliver Twist created for everyone aged 6 and over
25 July 2017 - Gangsta Granny
4 August 2017 - Horrible Histories - Best of Barmy Britain
10 August 2017 - King Lear
8 September 2017 - Boudica
15 October 2017 - Dr Seuss The Lorax