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One Day More! The sold-out semi-staged concert returns, and once again the creme de la creme of the West End will be heading up the cast! Don't miss talents from the show past and present as they unite for these triumphant concerts once more, giving you all the Les Mis goosebumps all over again!
Over 70 million people in 42 different countries have enjoyed the spectacular adaptation of Victor Hugo's masterpiece since it premiered on the West End in 1985. Now enjoy Les Miserables like never before in this stripped-down, but still jaw-dropping production.
A COVID-safe event!
As capacity restrictions are lifted, from 21st July, the production will begin a trial at performances of Les Miserables - The Staged Concert: asking all audience members to bring with them proof of double-vaccination, a recent negative lateral flow test or natural immunity.
Simple ways to demonstrate proof include the NHS COVID Pass, NHS COVID-19 test notification, or an internationally recognised equivalent.
Please note: Les Miserables The Concert is not a fully staged production. For the fully staged show, restarting in Autumn 2021, click here.
Jean Valjean is released from prison after almost 20 years in captivity for stealing a loaf of bread, soon after, he breaks his parole and flees to start a new life free of crime. Eight years later, he has worked hard to give himself a better standing in life. However, none of his endeavours impress his embittered parole-officer - the bloody-minded Javert - who will stop at nothing to see Valjean behind bars once again.
Like her father, Valjean's beautiful adopted daughter, Cosette, has to fight for what she wants in life when she falls in love with Marius, a student who has joined the burgeoning fight for justice in the streets of Paris. Will their love be enough to save him from disaster at the barricade?
This Olivier and Tony-winning musical includes the songs "Who Am I", "A Little Fall of Rain", "One Day More", "Bring Him Home" and, one of the most famous songs to come from the West End, "I Dreamed a Dream". Colloquially known as Les Miz, the musical actually started out as a French-language concept album. The first musical-stage adaptation of Les Mis was presented at the Palais des Sports, in 1980.
It was not until 1983 that producer Cameron Mackintosh received a copy of the French concept album from director Peter Farago. Two years later, Les Miserables took to the Barbican stage, and the rest, as they say, is history. The stage musical also inspired a live-action musical film in 2012, starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and Anne Hathaway in her Oscar-winning role as the doomed Fantine.
Hugo's momentous story has most recently been revived in a six-part drama by the BBC, however, this latest offering doesn't include our favourite tunes (boo!).
Opening night: 20 May 2021
Les Miserables may be inappropriate for children aged under 14. Children under four years of age will not be admitted.
Two hours and 50 minutes with one 20 minute intermission
Safety measures will be in place at this venue during all performances including etickets and household seating. Social distancing will be in place front of house, on stage, backstage and throughout the building.
Please note that the images are taken from the production at the Queen's Theatre and may not reflect the current cast.
Bradley Jaden as Javert
Jon Robyns as Jean Valjean
Lucie Jones as Fantine
Gerard Carey as Thenardier
Josefina Gabriella as Madame Thenardier
Harry Apps as Marius
Shan Ako as Eponine
Further casting TBC
Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer
Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg
Book by Alain Boublil, and Claude-Michel Schonberg
Produced by Cameron Mackintosh
Directed and adapted by Trevor Nunn & John Caird
Production Design by John Napier
Lighting Design by David Hersey
Costumes Design by Andreane Neofitou
Sound by Andrew Bruce
2014 BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award
2012 BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award
Best Original Cast Recording
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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