Why See Notre Dame de Paris?
20th Anniversary Production
First exploding onto the scene more than twenty years ago, the French musical phenomenon Notre Dame de Paris, returns to London this January for four nights only! Not to be confused with the Disney offering, Notre Dame de Paris has been on an epic world tour. Having played in over 23 countries and translated into nine different languages, Notre Dame de Paris is a true display of Victor Hugo's epic novel.
A French operetta that could rival Les Miserables in grandness, Notre Dame de Paris first opened in Paris in 1998 to much critical and commercial success. Written by Luc Plamondon and composed by Richard Cocciante, the musical stole the hearts of a nation, with the synonymous 'Belle' becoming a world wide hit and selling over 2.5 million copies.
Based on the classic work by the infamous Victor Hugo, Notre Dame de Paris follows the story of outcasted Notre Dame bell ringer, Quasimodo, and his tragic love for gypsy girl Esmerelda.
Opening night: 23 January 2019
Cast and Creative
Written by Luc Plamondon
Composed by Richard Cocciante
Directed by Gilles Maheu
Choreographed by Martino Müller
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