LMI on board for Phantom and Love Never Dies

Firm appointed by The Really Useful Group to handle international licensing for The Phantom of The Opera and Love Never Dies.
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The new deal covers all territories outside of North America to complement The Really Useful Group's in-theatre activities.

Andrew Maconie, chief executive of Licensing Management International commented:

"We are absolutely delighted to be representing not only The Phantom of Opera as it enters its silver anniversary year with a wealth of newly available creative materials drawing on the original set and costume designs, but also the Phantom’s continuing story titled Love Never Dies which opened in London March 2010.

“I have to say that I consider this to be a similar opportunity to taking on the licensing for the initial Star Wars Trilogy which is how we started our business in the 1980s.”


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