Three Phantoms




" Possibly The Best Gala Evening Of Musical Theatre "

The Public Reviews

The Parisian Theatre

3 - 26 March 2017

Tue - Fri: 8:00pm
Sat:  2:00pm | 8:00pm
Sun: 2:00pm | 6:00pm

1 Hours 30 Minutes



Award Winning

Watched by 65 million people  

Performed in 45 different countries

Won 97 international theatre awards 

Three Phantoms is a spectacular production featuring THREE former singers who have performed the male lead in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s genre-defining musical, The Phantom of the Opera. With thousands of performances as the Phantom to their names, as well as appearances in many other West End and Broadway shows, Kieran Brown (Scotland), David Shannon (Ireland) and Earl Carpenter (UK) will deliver a spectacular evening of music.

Musical theatre fans are in for a real treat as Three Phantoms features songs from huge productions such as Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Mamma Mia!, Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, We Will Rock You, Chess and Wicked, performed by three of the most seasoned and charismatic performers. Incredible performances alongside beautiful staging and lighting will evoke the drama and excitement of these world renowned and much celebrated musicals.

*Three Phantoms’ is in no way connected with and/or approved/endorsed by Really Useful Group or Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Performer Creative
Alistair Barron   Music Director  Mark Aspinal 
Olivia Brereton  Musical Supervisor, Orchestrations & Arrangements Anthony Gabriele
Kieran Brown  Choreographer Samantha Brown 
Earl Carpenter  Designer  Alan T Boyd 
Rachel Chapman  Lighting  Graham Loughman
Marisa McIntyre  Sound  Matt Bombich, Joel Manuel Fernandez 
Paige Starbuck  General Manager  Michael Ockwell
David Shannon  Company Stage Manager  Sally Hughes
Lisa Anne Wood  Technical Assistant Stage Manager Jo Michaels 

Sylvia Addison of Music Solutions Ltd Orchestra Contractor
Devised & Directed by Earl Carpenter By Special Arrangement with Ginger Boy Productions Limited

Performer Creative
Alistair Barron   Music Director  Mark Aspinal 
Olivia Brereton  Musical Supervisor, Orchestrations & Arrangements Anthony Gabriele
Kieran Brown  Choreographer Samantha Brown 
Earl Carpenter  Designer  Alan T Boyd 
Rachel Chapman  Lighting  Graham Loughman
Marisa McIntyre  Sound  Matt Bombich, Joel Manuel Fernandez 
Paige Starbuck  General Manager  Michael Ockwell
David Shannon  Company Stage Manager  Sally Hughes
Lisa Anne Wood  Technical Assistant Stage Manager Jo Michaels 
Alistair Barron Alistair trained at the Guildford school of acting graduating in 2011. Since training Alistair has been very lucky to obtain various experience including, Swing on Phantom of the Opera UK Tour, Swing/ cover Phantom in Three Phantoms UK tour; Ted Blacklock in The Hired Man at the Landor Theatre in London; Charles Herbert Lightoller in Titanic the Musical at the Charing Cross Theatre; Fats in Bumblescratch at the Adelphi Theatre (West End); Aslan in the world premiere of The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe at the North Wall Arts Centre in Oxford and was a soloist in the Twelve Tenors in China. Pantomimes include Jack and the Beanstalk as Gregory Poops and Beauty and the Beast as Buster Duster both at the Hereford Courtyard Theatre. Alistair is delighted to join the Company of Three Phantoms once again and hopes that you enjoy the Show. Twitter @ASBarron89.
Olivia Brereton  Olivia is from Manchester and trained at the Guildford School of Acting. She made her stage debut in the UK tour of Phantom of the Opera playing Christine at certain performances and went on to Alternate and play the role in the West End Production. She made her screen debut in Whitechapel Series 3 (ITV). Olivia has recently finished working for Longborough Festival Opera’s touring workshops of The Marriage of Figaro. Credits whilst training include Clara Johnson in The Light In The Piazza, Lucinda in Into The Woods and Polly Browne in The Boyfriend.
Kieran Brown  Kieran trained at the RSAMD in Glasgow and recently completed 2 years understudying the Phantom in Phantom Of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre Lon-don. Previous credits include Wicked (Apollo Victoria); Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre London & Ronacher Theatre Vienna); Les Misérables (Palace Thea-tre & O2 Arena); Pipe Dream (Union Theatre); Laughter In the Rain (UK no. 1 tour); The Thorn Birds (UK no.1 Tour); Tick Tick Boom!, The Importance Of Being Earnest, The Woman In Black (International Theatre Vienna); Over The Threshold (Edinburgh, London & Vienna). TV credits include Taggart (STV); Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (BBC), Anatomy of An Enigma (Channel 4) and Andrew Marr’s Great Scots - James Boswell (BBC) playing the lead role of Boswell. Recent workshops include Screaming Secrets (a new play by Alexander Matthews), Stealing Mona Lisa (Lawrence Mark Wythe), and Rehab by Elliot Davis & Grant Black. Recording credits include You Are Home - the music of Anderson & Petty, As Long As I Have Music (Eyles & Gould), Self Taught Still Learning (Chris Passey), Love Lies & Lyrics (Lesley Ross), Words Shared With Friends (Robert Gould). Kieran has performed for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and created several sold out cabarets including My Big Fat MUSICAL Cabaret,A West End Christmas in…, and Once Upon A Song. He is a Patron of BITA (Birmingham Institute of Theatre Arts) and a founding member of The Barricade Boys. 
Earl Carpenter  Over the last 20 years he has performed leading and title roles in some of the World’s greatest musicals. From Cameron Mackintosh's and Andrew Lloyd Web-ber’s original and 25th Anniversary productions and concert celebrations of Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera, The Witches of Eastwick, Sunset Boule-vard and Evita in London, Broadway, Toronto, Paris and subsequent Europe, Asia and United Kingdom tours. From Queen’s We Will Rock You to the recent award winning production of Ragtime e at the Charing Cross Theatre to the World première of Zorro to the Scottish première of The Secret Garden to original UK production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Bill Kenwright’s Robin, Prince of Sherwood and Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor© Dreamboat. He’s performed numerous concert appearances alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic as well as the 50th anniversary celebrations for the Royal Shakespeare Company to Colm Wilkinson’s Broadway and Beyond in Japan. He is also Creative Director for Ginger Boy Productions, conceptual founder of the online media giant and has devised and directed the concert phenomenon, Three Phan-toms that has toured extensively throughout the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and the United Arab Emirates. He proudly maintains his responsibilities as Patron to the Mayflower Theatre in the United Kingdom and and their Mayflower Musical Youth Theatre programme. Earl can be found on social media sites Twitter: @EarlCarpenter and Instagram: earl_carpenter.
Rachel Chapman  Rachel trained at London Studio Centre Graduating with a BA Hons Degree. She is a company member of 'B.O.P' Jazz company and 'Ombrascura' hiphop/contemporary company whom she trains and performs with regularly. Rachel’s Choreography and performing  credits include: Dick Whittington (Marlowe); West End Bares (Novello); Showtime’s Thoroughly Modern Millie (Adelphi); E.E Awards Ceremony (Grovesnor); Aladdin (Marlowe); We've Got Talent (Bir-mingham NEC); Dancer in Selfridges, Every-BODY campaign, West End Heroes (Dominion); 42nd Street Gala (Palladium) & Jack Whitehall Gets Around arena tour (Wembley & 02). TV includes: Strictly Come Dancing (BBC); Sport Relief (BBC); The Royals (E!); Britain's Got Talent (ITV). Rachel has featured in Commercials such as; FA Cup 2016, Sainsbury's, Debenhams, Advocate and Sing Machine. She has also been featured in magazines such as Light Academy, E-Makijaz and online for Vogue Italia. Rachel is delighted to be working with Three Phantoms here in Macau and would like to thank Ginger Boy Productions for the wonderful opportunity!
Marisa McIntyre  Marisa is a Dora Nominated performer who has worked cross Canada on stage and screen, most notably as Sophie in Toronto’s Mamma Mia with Mirvish Produc-tions. Recently Marisa appeared at the Charlottetown Festival for the sold out world premiere of Bittergirl: The Musical. Selected theatre credits include: The 39 Steps; April in Company (Nomination for Best Supporting Actress); Mirvishʼs 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables; Roxie Hart in Chicago (Awarded Best Actress in a Musical); The Last Five Years; Natalie in All Shook Up; Janet in The Drowsy Chaperone; Jessica/Julia in The Last Resort, and Diana Barry in Anne of Green Gables and Anne & Gilbert. In addition to theatre Marisa has recorded original music with Juno award winning producers and is most recognized on T.V for her appearance in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria, where she finished top four.
Paige Starbuck  Paige was awarded a “DaDa” Scholarship when training at “Italia Conti” London, where awarded “Dancer of the Year” twice before graduating with her Diploma in Musical Theatre & Performing Arts. Theatre credits include; Ensemble Dancer in Zoo Nation’s Into the Hoods (Sadler’s Wells); Streets Ahead (Palladium Thea-tre); West Side Story (Avondale Theatre); Beyounce Babes (Britain’s Got Talent Dancer); and Assistant Choreographer of Invincible Dance’s I Want You Back (Michael Jackson Tour/Flash Mob). Kabaddi Opening Ceremony (02 Arena). Pantomime credits; Sleeping Beauty (New Marlowe Theatre); Cinderella (New Mar-lowe Theatre & St Albans Arena). Media credits; Get Britain Hugging (National Rail); This is Abuse (Government Campaign); Mercy (Marcus Collins Music Vid-eo); Orla Kielys (London Fashion Week); School For Stars (CBBC). Paige is delighted to be performing in Three Phantoms at the beautiful Parisian Theatre, having recently returned from performing onboard Oceana cruise liner P&O.
David Shannon  David recently toured the US with irish duo Fír and is a regular on the History channel’s Vikings. He also recently filmed Victor Levin’s 5 to 7 and Darren Aronof-sky’s Noah. Theatre The Phantom Phantom Of The Opera; Jean Valjean in Les Misérables; Marina Carr’s By The Bog Of Cats; William Shakespeare’s Mac-beth; Sweeney in Sweeney Todd; Paris in Romeo and Juliet; The Street Singer in The ThreePenny Opera; Danny in Baby -The Musical; Anatoly in Chess; John in The Beautiful Game; Raoul in Phantom of the Opera; Chris in Miss Saigon; Gringoire in Notre Dame de Paris; The Man in Whistle Down The Wind; Rum Tum Tugger in Cats; Guillaume in Martin Guerre; Swing/Pimp/Claquesous understudy Marius and Enjolras in Les Misérables; Jesus/Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar; Anthony in Sweeney Todd; Teen Angel / Vince Fontaine in Grease and Captain Walker The Who’s Tommy. Film and TV: Framed, La Visa Loca, Fair City and Jobs for the Boys. Recordings: Debut album Till I Hear You Sing, The Beautiful Game, Oklahoma!, Les Misérables 10th Anniversary Concert and featured on Musicals - The Gold Collection, 100 Greatest Musicals, Showstoppers from Broadway, Now and Forever: Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Lisa Anne Wood  Lisa-Anne grew up in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She moved to London at 17 to train at the Guildford School of Acting, from where she graduated with a (BA HONS) in Acting. Theatre: Before graduating Lisa-Anne landed the role of Cosette in the Olivier Award-winning cast of Les Misérables; this marked her West End debut. Previous roles include; Christine Daaé in Phantom of The Opera (Her Majesty’s); Phantom of The Opera 30th Anniversary Concert Performance (Her Majesty’s); The Wind In The Willows (workshop); My Fair Ladies in Concert (Live at Zedel); Mrs Anderssen in A Little Night Music in concert (Yvonne Arnaud); Rebecca in My Land's Shore (Drill Hall); Princess Apricot in Jack and The Bean Stalk (SECC Clyde Auditorium); Precious McGuire in Steel Pier (Union Theatre); Amy March in Little Woman in Concert (The Playhouse), Cosette in Les Misérables (Queens Theatre); Cosette in One Day More (The Classic Brit Awards, Royal Albert Hall and ITV2), Claire Clairmont in Lord Byron's Mistress (Jermyn Street Theatre) and in 2014, returned for the second year running to star opposite John Barrowman in Dick McWhittington (SECC Clyde Auditorium). Recordings include: Johanna (Reprise) in Songs From Sweeney Todd. Social Media: @lisaannewood (Twitter & Instagram). Lisa-Anne is very excited to be performing here in China and hopes you enjoy the show. 
Mark Aspinal  Mark is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM). As Musical Supervisor & Orchestrator: Ragtime (Charing Cross Theatre), Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre). Musical Director: Sweet Charity (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Travels With My Aunt (World Premiere, Chichester Festival Theatre); The Smallest Show on Earth (World Premiere, UK tour); Titanic (Princess of Wales, Toronto & Southwark Playhouse); The Roles I'll Never Play (St. James Thea-tre); Mack and Mabel (Southwark Playhouse); Cinderella (Qdos, Cliffs Pavilion). Assistant Musical Director: City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse) and The Paja-ma Game (Shaftesbury Theatre).
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