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The Phantom of the Opera


Today I am going to see The Phantom of the Opera (the movie) in Mid Valley Megamall. I saw the musical, The Phantom of the Opera, 2 years ago (May 2002) in London. At that time, I did not have a digital camera and was using anti-ringgit's old 1 megapixel digital camera.

As such, I did not get to take a picture of Her Majesty's Theatre where they are still playing The Phantom of The Opera. This theatre and most other theatres are located in the heart of Leicester where the famous London West End is.

To commemorate today's movie-musical, here's a picture of the Tower Bridge, London, taken the day before I saw The Phantom of The Opera.

If you ask me, I thought Les Miserables was the better musical between the two :) Posted by Hello

London does look gloomy, doesn't she? I heard that's what the weather is like most of the time. Grey, moody and occasional rain. However, it is a really nice place. There's so much things to see and do. There's lots of musicals, museums, shops, historical sites, markets. A friend once said that while London may be dirty and old as compared to other cities in Europe, this is also her charm. That's the characteristic of London.. old... older than a lot of other cities. If you have not been to London, I'd recommend spending a week there to feel the atmosphere. It's an amazing place... (not as great as Egypt but still worth going :P ) There are few places in the world which is worth a second or third visits and I would not mind going to London again.

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  1. Lucky you - already explored West End ! ( so so so jealous )

    I thought Les Miserable is 'End Of Life' soon...seem like this info is invalid, it is still showing in UK and USA, I'll catch up hopefully...

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  2. les miserable - was good. eventhough I watched it about 8 years ago.. in NYC :)

    all these musical comes so slow to malaysia or if ever....

    sien si.

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