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Lewis said he's seen "Phantom'' several times over the years and cites McGillin and Panaro as quintessential Phantoms -- "even behind the masks, they were so debonair and sexy and handsome,'' Lewis said.
And after the show you will be taken to meet the Phantoms themselves.
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Birmingham Hippodrome THERE are times when the best seat in the house probably isn't the best seat in the house.
WHEN you consider he first donned the mask 10 years ago and has since clocked up more than 1,000 performances, it's understandable Earl Carpenter doesn't recall his first Phantom.
This is not the first Phantom II - a model with that name was originally introduced back in 1929.
The Three Phantoms was a celebration of not only the Phantom songs but other musicals in which Bowman, Carpenter and Tickell have also performed.
CAMERON Mackintosh's spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera is coming to Wales Millennium Centre this winter and Western Mail readers could be among the first to get their tickets.
Ten years earlier I had still to start writing about greyhounds when Phantom Flash, the very best of the Phantoms, and undoubtedly one of the fastest greyhounds of all time, was mesmerising racegoers the length and breadth of Britain.
* THE Three Phantoms is at the Philharmonic Hall on Friday and Saturday.
ROLLS-Royce has produced its 3,000th Phantom since the launch in January 2003.
THE Rolls-Royce Phantom has confirmed its seven-star status - thanks to one of the world's most luxurious hotels.
The tissue equivalent phantoms play an important and crucial role in evaluating any new diagnostic or therapeutic modality.