Les Misérables Tickets

Queens Theatre, London

LES MISERABLES

Les Misérables, currently showing at the Queens Theatre, is the breathtaking London musical sensation based on the historical novel by Victor Hugo first brought to the West End stage in October 1985. It has run continuously ever since in almost every corner of the globe and has been seen by 65 million people in over 42 countries and over 22 different languages. It is the second longest running musical of all time and voted as the best musical of all time. After thirty years this production still sends a thrill of excitement down the spine as then curtain goes up.

Les Misérables cleverly weaves several interlocking stories and yet at the defining centre is the tale of Jean Valjean (prisoner 24601), the reformed criminal, previously convicted and sentenced for 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread.

This stunning musical is set against the June Rebellion of the 1830's and the Student Uprising in Paris. The absolute poverty and deplorable conditions suffered by the citizens of the city are witnessed through the eyes of such desperate souls as Fantine and of course Valjean, who is embarked on a heroic struggle for redemption and also to evade capture after he breaks the conditions of his parole.

Throughout Valjean remains only one step ahead of his relentless pursuer Inspector Javert. After a kindly Bishop inspires him he embarks on a journey to help those whose fortunes are also swept up in the present crises. When Valjean and Fantine cross paths, desperate times call for desperate measures and change their fortunes forever.

With such iconic show-stopping songs such as I dreamed a dream, Master of the House and Castles in the Clouds, Les Misérables has been spellbinding audiences in many different countries for decades. Simply put, 65 million people can't be wrong. To check availability and book your discounted tickets to see Les Misérables, click on the 'Book Now' button.

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Top cast members

Daniel Hoek stars as The Valjean
Tam Mutu stars as Mary Javert
Na–Young Jeon stars as Fantine
Cameron Blakley stars as Thenardier
Wendy Ferguson stars as Madame Thenardier
Carrie-Hope Fletcher stars as Madame Eponine

Technical personnel

The award-winning musical Les Misérables is directed by Trevor Nunn. The musical features music and lyrics by Claude-Michel Schonberg. Lyrics are by Herbert Kretzmer and the author/dramatist is Alain Boublil


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Performance Times:

Monday - Saturday: 7:30pm
Wednesday and Saturday matinees: 3.00pm


Additional Information:

2 Les Misérables is not suitable for children under the age of four years of age. Children of this age or younger will not be allowed into the auditorium.

Duration of Performance:

2 hours and 50 minutes with one 20 minute intermission


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Travel Details

The Queens Theatre is situated in the London district of Soho. It is serviced by all major transport links including bus and rail networks, tube and taxi links.

The theatre is on main bus routes that run down Shaftsbury Avenue, around Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross Road including 14,19, 22B, 38,53,88,94,159.

It is within the Congestion Charge Zone (7am until 6pm). The nearest car parks are Denman St and Brewer St Car Park, and Masterpark - Chinatown, Newport Place.

If you use the Q-Park scheme in conjunction with London theatres you could get a reduction of up to 50% on parking in the West End. Nearest participating car park can be found in Poland St, Soho.

Piccadilly Tube 0.2 miles 1 minute walk.
Leicester Square Tube 0.3 miles 6 minute walk.
Oxford Circus Tube 0.5 miles 10 minute walk.
Charing Cross Tube and Mainline Station 0.6 miles 12 minutes walk.


Queens Theatre
51 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 6BA

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Theatre  Theatre
QUEEN'S THEATRE
Booking Period  Booking Period
Until October 20, 2018
Cast Update  Cast Update
Dean Chisnall- Valjean, Bradley Jaden – Javert, Steven Meo – Thénardier, Toby Miles – Marius, Carley Stenson – Fantine, Elena Skye – Eponine, Vivien Parry - Madame Thénardier, Samuel Edwards – Enjolras, Amara Okereke – Cosette, Tegan Bannister - Urchin / Whore, Emma Barr – Crone, Adam Bayjou - Factory Foreman / Brujon, Ciaràn Bowling – Swing, Oliver Brenin - Swing / Dance Captain (Maternity Cover), Grace Farrell - Crone / Urchin, Sophie-May Feek - Waitress/Whore, Adam Filipe – Swing, Antony Hansen – Courfeyrac, Sam Harrison - Bamatabois / Claquesous, Barnaby Hughes – Combeferre, James Hume - Bishop of Digne / Babet, Ciaran Joyce – Montparnasse, Katie Kerr - Madame / Old Woman, Rebecca Lafferty – Swing, Sarah Lark- Swing / Assistant Dance Captain (Maternity Cover), Hannah Grace Lawson - Urchin / Whore, Jessica Lee - Urchin / Whore, Joanna Loxton - Swing / Dance Captain, Anna McGarahan - Factory Girl/Crone, James Nicholson – Joly, Ben Tyler – Prouvaire, Joe Vetch – Feuilly, Raymond Walsh – Grantaire, Andrew York – Lesgles, Ingrid Brailsford - Little Cosette, Chase Collard - Little Cosette, Zoe Simon - Little Cosette, Lily Mae Denman - Young Eponine, Willow Rawlings - Young Eponine, Sasha Watson-Lobo - Young Eponine, Charlie Hagen – Gavroche, George Morgan – Gavroche, ,Charlie Stripp – Gavroche,
Musical by  Musical By
Producer - Cameron Mackintosh, Conception, Book and Original French Lyrics) - Alain Boublil, Music and Book - Claude-Michel Schonberg, Lyrics - Herbert Kretzmer, Direction and Adaption Trevor Nunn, John Caird,
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