Now in its 34th glorious year

Winner of 70 major theatre awards

Seen by more than 140 million people


A Phantom gift voucher is a great way to be the first to secure your Stalls or Dress Circle seat ahead of the show going back on-sale. Gift voucher holders will be notified ahead of everyone else about the on-sale date for Phantom’s return and will have an exclusive 24-hour window to confirm their seats.

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Meet Our Cast

Josh Piterman

in the role of

The Phantom

The Phantom marks Josh’s West End debut and he is so grateful to be gifted the opportunity to perform such a wonderfully iconic role. Josh is a well established Australian musical theatre performer and classical crossover artist who has worked prolifically since he graduated from Federation University with a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) in 2006. Josh kicked off his career performing with the International pop opera group The Ten Tenors and he then made his mark as Tony in the 2010 Australian production of West Side Story. His other musical theatre credits include Bustopher Jones/Gus/Growltiger in the 2016 season of Cats, a role that won him the Green Room Award for Best Supporting Actor in A Musical; Edward in Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers; Corny Collins in the UK tour of Hairspray; The Caliph in Kismet; Giuseppe in The Light in the Piazza; Jamie in The Last Five Years and most recently Gerry Goffin in the Australian tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. In 2018 his debut self titled album went to number 1 on both the Aria and ITunes Charts (Classical Crossover) in Australia. Josh would like to take the opportunity to thank his management in Australia and the UK, as well as his beautiful family for their constant love and support.


Kelly Mathieson

in the role of

Christine Daaé

Kelly grew up in Scotland and first began ballet lessons at the age of two. She then went on to train with the Scottish Ballet company and it was during this time that her voice was discovered. After studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Junior Academy, she moved to London to study at the Royal College of Music. After graduating in 2015 she continued her training in Vienna, Austria.

Roles include : Barbarina , 1st Bridesmaid ‘Le Nozze de Figaro’ (Scottish Opera) , Actress ‘Agrippina’ (Theater an der Wien) , Euridice ‘Orpheus and the underworld’ (AOE) , Pamina ‘Die Zauberflöte’, Frasquita  ‘Carmen’, Susanna ‘Le Nozze de Figaro’ (Puglia Opera Festival)

Kelly is delighted to be joining the Phantom Company and to be making her West End debut in her dream role.

Bridget Costello

in the role of

Christine Daaé at certain performances

New Zealand-born Bridget Costello is a trained singer/actress/dancer who graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with a Postgraduate Diploma in Musical Theatre last year. Since graduating she has played the title role in ‘Princess Ida’ at the Finborough Theatre and performed as a singer at Thursford Christmas Spectacular in Norfolk. While at the Academy, Bridget played the roles of Amy March in ‘Little Women’ and Ivy in ‘On the Town’.

Before moving to London she studied at the New Zealand School of Music completing a Bachelor of Music and Postgraduate Diploma in Classical Performance Voice, and performed the role of Tytania in Britten’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. She has worked as a member of the NZ Opera Chorus in ‘The Bartered Bride’ and ‘Madame Butterfly’.

Danny Whitehead

in the role of

Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny

Training: Guildford School of Acting

Whilst training Danny was awarded the BBC Performing Arts Award, the Sir Michael Redgrave Award and the Ian Fleming Award.

Theatre: u/s Enjolras in Les Misérables (Queens Theatre, West End), u/s The Wizard and Dr Dillamond in Wicked (UK Tour), u/s Tobias in Sweeney Todd (Welsh National Opera and UK Tour), u/s Lt. Cable in the Lincoln Centres production of South Pacific (London’s Barbican and UK Tour), Fons in 1418 – The WW1 Arena Musical (Mechelen Arena, Belgium), u/s Dickon in Secret Garden (UK Tour), Breaking The Code (English Theatre, Frankfurt), Brian May’s Anthems (Royal Albert Hall), Rags (Lyric Theatre).

Danny’s Television appearances include – The Olivier Awards 2012 (BBC, Royal Opera House), This Morning (ITV) and The Sondheim at 80 Prom (BBC, Royal Albert Hall).

All Cast
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