Milton Keynes Theatre could be the most haunted place in the new city on Sunday night, with not one, nor two, but Three Phantoms on its stage.
Earl Carpenter, Matthew Cammelle and Stephen John Davis will celebrate the phenomenon that is The Phantom of the Opera, and all three have taken on the role of the Phantom in the past.
It is a character that Earl Carpenter delivered so fabulously well here last Autumn, and is continuing to do on the countrywide tour of Lloyd-Webber’s finest work.
Sunday’s show will be a great night out for ‘Phans’ of the Phantom, with unique backstage insights offered and anecdotes from their time in the ghostly role.
Opera star Rebecca Caine will star as Christine, and Annette Yeo, Mandy Watsham Dunstall and Alistair Barron will all take roles during the piece.
Tickets start at £17, and show time is 7.30pm.