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Average customer review: (4.6 Stars)
Number of reviews: 124
MR.M.BRIDLE from HORSHAM, SUSSEX
NICK JONAS - WHO CHOSE HIM? PATHETIC WEAK PERFORMANCE. COULD NOT SING NOR ACT WAS OBVIOUSLY SUPPORTED BY OTHER CAST MEMBERS, AT TIMES LOOKED LOST ON STAGE.
Jen from Northern Ireland
COULD BE BETTER
Being a Les Mis fan, our family of four went to the Queen's on 27th Dec to see the westend production. Again, the music and the story are so memorable, but some of the cast were disappointing. Fantine and Cosette were weak. It appeared that the actress playing Cosette didn't have the strong soprano voice to hit the high note. And some of the scenes felt rushed, especially at the beginning. I felt that more effort could have been made to make it a top notch production.
Dave from Norwich
GREAT SHOW BUT UNCOMFORTABLE THEATRE SPOILT IT
This is the 7th time I have seen Les Mis and this has got to be the best performance, with the exception of 25th anniversary at the O2. Unfortunately the ambient temperature of the theatre was so hot it made more than half the group of 40 i was with feel unwell. The seats were uncomfortable it totally ruined the experience. I love the musical but I do not think I will return to the queens theatre
Charles from London,
The musical was excellent. A great theatre too. Only sour point was the Management allowing 30 latecomers to be seated 20 minutes into the first half of the performance. Ruined a key part of the plot.
Anonymous from London,
POOR PERFORMANCE OF JEAN VALJEAN
Having seen Les Mis 6 times over many years I felt the latest show was let down by Peter Lockyer playing Jean Valjean. This is the major role in the play and although his acting was good his voice is weak compared with his predecessors. The rest of the cast compared favourably with earlier shows.
Gillian hale from cheltenham glos england
the show was excellent but the equipment for the hearing impaired is old and useless the loop band is not compatible with digital hearing aids and the head phones you have to take your aid out to use them, and although they did help everyone around you complained because the noise was interfering with them. very embarassing to say the least.
Debra De Bus from Amsterdam, The Netherlands
BOXED OUT BY THE BOX OFFICE
A relative had booked us 3 tickets. 2 of us were waiting outside the theatre for said relative. He was stuck in traffic (The Pope was in town)and called the theatre to put the tickets in my name. One person of the box office said there were no tickets...that the tickets were gone. Just after the show started one of the other box office employees suddenly remembered that tickets had been put into another name. My name thus. This he announced in a very 'so wanna-be an actor' manner. Not very profesional. And certainly not good acting!
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revolutionary JAW DROPPING Iconic.
The world has embraced 'Les Mis' with both arms.
As the first trumpet sounded and the curtain rose I was sucked into 19th century France along with the inner turmoil of our hero Jean Valjean, played by the fantastic Killian Donnelly.Read full review
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