Get set for a memorable time with your dear ones with enjoyable London musical, Les Miserables! Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production of Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Misérables is a complete audio visual theatrical experience! The award winning show has become the world’s longest running musical. The a global stage sensation is adapted from the Victor Hugo’s great humanitarian novel that revolves around one man’s determined survival against vengeful persecution.
The story of Les Miserables is set against the social and political struggles of 19th century France. The hugely loved London West End favourite Les Misérables is the story of a former prisoner Jean Valjean. Les Miserbales is an enthralling story of broken dreams, unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption.
The beautiful London show is a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit. The blockbuster London show is an international award-winning musical is the tale of passion and destruction. The show is set against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution. In the year 1985, the show made its debut at the Barbican Centre and was transferred soon to a Broadway production.
One of the key highlights of the show are mesmerizing musical numbers such as On My Own, One Day More and Do You Hear The People Sing? Currently, the London West End production is currently starring West End leading lady and former Hollyoaks star Carley Stenson as Fantine, and Dean Chisnall played the role of Jean Valjean. The popular actor is known for playing some of the remarkable characters such as Green Ogre in West End and A Star Turn in Love Never Dies.
Les Miserables is enjoyed by more than 70 million people worldwide in 45 countries and in 22 languages. The spectacular musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece is enthralling the theatre lovers since its debut.
The Queen’s Theatre is one of the most popular West End theatres on Shaftesbury Avenue. In the year 1907, theatre was opened as a twin to the neighbouring Hicks Theatre (now renamed as the Gielgud Theatre). WGR Sprague designed both Queen’s and the Gielgud Theatre. The original name of the theatre was the Central Theatre and was eventually named the Queens Theatre.