The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall Reviews
The dropped half a pint is purely for a few things that let this performance down slightly from comparisons of the show many of us have seen before and also (probably unfairly)from the film version aswell with Gerard butler.
The negatives are.
The lack of bonus items on the bluray which has to be the least I've seen on any bluray.
It has one 17 min documentary and that's it!
Also in the show itself there are many added new scenes which while not bad they have allowed from memory the timing and content from the original show aswell.the chandelier doesn't come down.theres no fire.i also preferred how they performed past the point of no return in the film not vocally but physically.also she only realises who it is during this song at the end.and i preferred it in the film where she knows sooner so she then is singing to and throw with the phantom not just as part of the phantoms play within the show.
But this aside and other bits take nothing Away from the incredible performances and voices from all the leading cast.
It's a shame Michael crawford couldn't join in so you could hear him at the end after show had just finished I won't spoil it.i guess Michael Crawford no longer is able to sing anymore which is a real shame.
Overall it's still a must own and I look forward to watching it again for the intense and amazing performances.