Love it or hate it, The Phantom of the Opera, based on the French novel by Gaston Leroux, is one of the most successful “entertainment entities” in history.
For a youthful 23-year-old, these figures are pretty staggering:
- Seen by more than 100 million people
- Translated into 15 languages
- Performed in more than 25 different countries
- Won 50 awards worldwide
And what better birthday present could a show wish for than an eagerly anticipated sequel? Yesterday, details about the forthcoming Love Never Dies were announced.
You can watch the press launch online on the official Love Never Dies website.
And if that whets your appetite for more, book your tickets to see Love Never Dies when it opens in London next year.