Reviews and Problems with The Phantom Of The Opera At The Albert Hall
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1 July 2013
Summary: very happy watched last nightdddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
Conclusion: If you believe that a musical is just people dancing and singing you'll have to think it over! This is, for me, the most amazing and moving show on the planet! The performers are superb, the image and sound quality of the Blu-ray Disc are stunning and the grand finale is one of the best surprises you could ever expect if you have a heart and love music. Thanks to all the 130 people on stage and backstage, to the Royal Albert Hall and to the genius of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Conclusion: I've seen Phantom of the Opera 4 times at its 25 year home, Her Majesty's Theatre, and was also very fortunate to be able to see it at the Royal Albert Hall. Although nothing beats seeing it live, this really is the next best thing. Ramin and Sierra are fantastic leads, supported by a wonderful cast and orchestra. Visually stunning (as you would expect!) and beautifully shot, showing the little details you wouldn't even get sitting in the front row seeing it live.
Conclusion: I've always wanted to see the stage show but only ever got the time to see the film version. If I knew they were doing this I would so loved to have been there. What a spectacular show. It will take your breath away. Buy buy buy is a must, especially as a musical fan.
Emotional & spectacular version of the stage show..amazing!!
31 January 2012
Conclusion: My twin sister and I saw this during the big screen showings. We have seen the stage show 5 times but this version blew us away! Ramin and Sierra were outstanding. Both were so absorbed in their characters and showed incredible sensitivity and emotion, all of which is gloriously picked up by the intricate camera angles. There is a wonderful subtle touch at the end which links back in to Love Never Dies that depicts the hidden passion between Phantom and Christine.
Conclusion: I was one of the lucky ones that got to watch this live at the Royal Albert Hall and it was just incredible! I'd seen it before at Her Majesty's Theatre and I was really looking forward to seeing Ramin as the Phantom in the original after him becoming my favourite Phantom after watching Love Never Dies.
Conclusion: I saw this "live" at my local cinema and was really impressed with the acting of Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess in particular. The quality of the camera work and sound for a live theatrical filming was amazing. Dissolved into tears just as if at the theatre!