Did you know Les Miserables has been going for 32 years? It’s been watched by 70 million people in 44 countries and in 22 languages. You can watch it in London at the Queen’s Theatre.
The Story behind Les Miserables
The story of this musical is set in the 19th century France and revolves around an ex-convict, who, in spite of turning his life around, he comes face to face with his past, once again.
The musical showcases songs like “I Dreamed A Dream”, “Bring Him Home”, “One Day More” and “On My Own” and is one of the best Musicals the world of art has witnessed.
You need to head to Queen’s Theatre to watch Les Miserables. The show is being run twice a day, Matinee and Evening, and the tickets are priced between £12.50-£72.50 (as checked on August 2017).
The theatre has also added extra matinees for the half term week. The above-mentioned prices are for direct window booking and an extra charge will be applied to online as well as phone booking. For more details and to book a ticket, click here.
Trip Advisor Reviews
“Fantastic night at the Queens Theatre watching Les Miserables. The passion the performers put into this show is phenomenal. The set is fantastic. Saw the film previous to the stage production and there are slight changes so probably best to see the stage version first. Great seats also but at a cost!!”
Visited May 2017 —— Angela D
Having regularly seen different musicals over the years, we have been looking forward to seeing this for years…we weren’t disappointed. In our opinion, the best musical we have ever seen. The sheer quality of the production was breathtaking. What a story, what music. Will definitely go again. True, the tickets were not cheap but you get what you pay for and this was worth every penny.
Visited April 2017——-Andy D
Read the Les Miserables reviews on Trip Advisor here.
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