Scott Davies currently plays the standby Phantom and Nadim Naaman his rival, Viscount Raoul de Chagny in Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End. They form two sides of the love triangle to win the heart of breakout new soprano Christine Daae.
Scott, who alternates the title role with Principal Phantom Ben Forster, is no stranger to the iconic part and Her Majesty’s having played the lead Phantom from December 1999 to July 2000. He returned as the standby in 2009 when David Shannon was the lead followed by John Owen-Jones. Scott also played the Phantom in the UK tour.
PHANTOM is Nadim’s favourite musical. Like Scott, he is no stranger to the production,
spending two years (2010-2012) with the show including first cover for Raoul. He made his West End debut as Rolf in THE SOUND OF MUSIC after graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in 2007, returning to PHANTOM and the role of Raoul in July 2015.
An accomplished singer-songwriter Nadim’s second album ‘Sides’ is being released this month, containing 9 originals and 9 covers with some stellar West End guests including Eva Noblezada, Celinde Schoenmaker and Jeremy Secomb.
Both Scott and Nadim signed this at Her Majesty’s stage door.