Les Miserables Theatre Tickets London

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Featuring I Dreamed a Dream, as sung by Susan Boyle on Britains Got Talent

The musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's acclaimed novel Les Miserables has been running since 1985 and is one of the most popular London musicals of all time. Les Miserables is set in France during the early 1800s and tells the story of the ex-convict Jean Valjean as he tries to live an honest life.

A complex narrative ensues, with Valjean adopting a new identity. However, when he comes to the aid of one of his factory workers, Fantine, he runs the risk of the policeman Javert identifying and capturing him. This highly entertaining London musical plays out against a backdrop of increasing political unrest, as the student agitator Marius prepares to launch a revolution.

The cast of characters includes pickpockets, prostitutes, revolutionaries and, in true London musical tradition, street urchins. Les Miserables also features the hit song I Dreamed a Dream, recently sung by Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent.



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The Queen's Theatre

The Queen's Theatre opened in 1907 and was the seventh London theatre that W.G.R. Sprague designed. It still retains its Edwardian interior, although its façade is more modern, due to a German bomb that hit it in 1940. This renowned London theatre has hosted numerous celebrated actors such as Noël Coward, John Gielgud, Kenneth Branagh, Alec Guinness, Marlene Dietrich and Miranda Richardson. 

The Queen's Theatre has also staged many successful productions, including Umoja: The Spirit of Togetherness, Contact, The Rocky Horror Show and the Royal Shakespeare Company's The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed.

Currently on stage at the Queen's Theatre is the longest-running musical in history; Les Miserables, based on the iconic tale by Victor Hugo. This famous Alain Boubil and Claude-Michel Schoenberg production features Herbert Kretzmer's lyrics and Claude-Michel Schoenberg's music. Trevor Nunn and John Caird direct Les Miserables. Booking is available until 26 Feb 2011.

The Queen's Theatre seats 979 on three levels. It is located at 51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA, and the closest Underground is Piccadilly Circus.


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