Ben Forster and John Owen-Jones are to play the title role in the West End production of The Phantom of the Opera.
Forster, who won the ITV series Superstar, will play the part in the show at Her Majesty’s Theatre from February 7, 2016.
Owen-Jones takes the role from September 7 this year, having recently played the part in a UK tour. He plays the part until January 30, 2016.
Also joining the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical are Celinde Schoenmaker, who will play Christine, and Nadim Naaman, who recently starred as Anthony in Sweeney Todd in London. He will feature as Raoul in the musical.
Michael Matus joins as Monsieur Firmin and Monsieur Andre will be played by Christopher Dickins.
The Phantom of the Opera opened in October 1986.