A full concert of The Phantom Of The Opera will be made available for free on YouTube this weekend – but not for long.

The ongoing programme of free musical productions being made available on YouTube continues this weekend. And in a late change to the planned programme, it’s been announced that this Friday, Phantom Of The Opera is returning for a reprise.

To mark the anniversary of the show’s debut all the way back in 1986, the anniversary concert of Phantom Of The Opera will be made available this weekend for free. It was filmed back in 2011 at the Royal Albert Hall, and features Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom and Sierra Boggess as Christine.

The show will be made available from 7pm on Friday at The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel, that you can find below. Do note that this particular production is only available for 24 hours (as opposed to the usual 48 hour viewing window we’ve been getting). As such, you need to have this one watched by Saturday evening if you’re planning to see it.

Here’s the YouTube channel – click through if you want to watch it on YouTube itself…

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