The most successful musical of all time, The Phantom of the Opera, is to go on tour in 2012. The show will play in venues around the UK, starting with the Theatre Royal in Plymouth on 27th February and finishing in February 2013 in Southampton. The classic musical will also bring a little bit of 19th century Paris to Manchester, Bristol, Dublin, Leeds, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes and Cardiff throughout the year, affecting everyone who goes to see it with its spine-tingling songs and tragic storyline. If you are already thinking of booking tickets to its second stop off in Manchester where the show will be playing at the Palace Theatre, then look no further!

Theatre Tickets Cheap has a great deal throughout the whole of the Manchester stint of the Phantom of the Opera tour, with seats for the classic Andrew Lloyd Webber show for only £36.00 to £40.00 on all dates. The musical will be playing from 5th April to 19th May 2012, and with a new design by Paul Brown, new choreography by Scott Ambler and new staging by Laurence Connor who directed the recent 25th anniversary celebration at the Royal Albert Hall, the show promises to be a very special one – now you won’t have to make travel arrangements to see the show in London, as it is coming to you!

Tickets for the show at these prices are in the Grand Tier, which have great views of the whole set and staging below, especially towards the front of this section. You will want to be a little higher up for The Phantom of the Opera instead of in the Stalls, even though they are closer to the stage, but I will not spoil why! Make sure you grab these seats before they are grabbed by others.

If you have always wanted to see The Phantom of the Opera but haven’t had to chance to see it in London or in any other city that it is playing at, then now is the perfect chance if the tour is going to play at a city near you.