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Love Never Dies on tour

David Ian and the Really Useful Group are delighted to announce the first ever UK tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s LOVE NEVER DIES. Following on from the sell-out North American tour, the  sequel to The Phantom of the Opera will now embark on major tour in 2021 with casting news and dates to follow. 

This production of the show was first seen in Australia, before embarking on the hugely successful tour of North America and received acclaim from both audiences and critics alike. It is directed by Simon Phillips, with set and costume design by Gabriela Tylesova, choreography by Graeme Murphy and sound design by Mick Potter. LOVE NEVER DIES has music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Glenn Slater, book by Ben Elton, based on The Phantom of Manhattan by Frederick Forsyth, additional lyrics by Charles Hart, orchestrations by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The principal characters of The Phantom of The Opera continue their story in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies with the beautiful Parisienne soprano Christine Daaé who became the protégée of the mysterious disfigured musical genius known as the Phantom. Love Never Dies moves the story forward ten years with the masked hero still pining for Christine , but now far away from the Paris Opera House and owner of an attraction on New York’s Coney Island called Phantasma. 

The Phantom anonymously invites Christine to perform at Phantasma and she arrives there with 10 year old son Gustave and husband Raoul who has turned into a debt-ridden, hard drinking gambler. It would seem that more happened between the Phantom and Christine back at the Paris Opera House than we were led to believe as Gustave is the Phantom’s son.  So Christine’s dilemma is to sing or not to sing for the Phantom …?  .


Manchester Opera House