Les MiserablesLes Miserables is a real tear jerker which is unsuitable for younger children. It is based on Victor Hugo's epic novel, spanning two decades in the life of Jean Valjean: starting in Digne in France in 1815, moving to Montfermeil in 1823 and eventually getting to Paris in 1832.

The relentless policeman Javert pursues escaped convict Jean Valjean for years through revolutionary France. Valjean becomes a factory owner and mayor, agrees to raise the daughter of dying prostitute and joins the fight for freedom. None of this impresses Javert - until Valjean saves his life.

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The intricate plot has many twists and turns including a romance between Marius and Cosette, and the unrequited love of Eponine.

It includes some haunting scores including "Who Am I?," "A Little Fall of Rain," "One Day More," "Bring Him Home" and "I Dreamed a Dream."

The principal members of the cast includes Peter Lockyer - Jean Valjean: David Thaxton - Javert: Celinde Schoenmaker- Fantine: Wendy Ferguson - Mme Thénardier: Tom Edden- Thénardier: Rob Houchen - Marius: Carrie Hope Fletcher - Eponine: Emilie Fleming - Cosette and Michael Colbourne - Enjolras.

They will be joined by Jeremy Batt/Joly: Ethan Bradshaw/Swing: Melanie Bright/Ensemble / Whore: Dougie Carter/Swing: Jade Davies/Swing: Jordan Lee Davies/Swing: Lee Dillon-Stuart/Prouvaire:  Tamsin Dowsett/Ensemble / Old Woman: Christian Edwards/Grantaire: James Gant/Courfeyrac:  Carolina Gregory/Ensemble / Whore: Bradley Jaden/Lesgles: Emma Kingston/Ensemble / Whore: Sarah Lark/ Swing / Asst. Dance Captain: Adam Linstead/Dance Captain /The Bishop of Digne / Babet:  Joanna Loxton/Factory Girl /Whore: Claire Parrish/ Ensemble / Crone: Adam Pearce/Bamatabois / Brujon: Jonny Purchase/Combeferre: Michael Riseley/Montparnasse:  Simon Shorten/Factory Foreman /Claquesous: Ashley Stillburn/Feuilly: Jessamy Stoddart/Ensemble / Whore and Helen Walsh/Madame.

The role of Little Cosette will be shared  by Sylvie Erskine, Ashley Goldberg and  Lucy Simmonds: Young Eponine is Scarlett Evans, Matilda Hopkins and Darcy Snares : and Gavroche wil be played by Beau Cripps, Zac Lester and Max Robson

Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg, Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and book by Alain Boublil, and Claude-Michel Schonberg. It is directed & adapted by Trevor Nunn & John Caird and designed by John Napier.

You can reserve your tickets here to Les Miserables which is booking to 26th SEPTEMBER 2015

show timesMonday to Saturday 19:30/Wednesday & Saturday matinees 2.30pm Length of show: 2 hours 50 minutes (including interval)



Queen's Theatre,
51 Shaftesbury Avenue ,
London, W1D 6BA

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Tube :Piccadilly Circus ( 250 metre walk)
Train: Charing Cross
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
14, 19, 38
nearest car park
MasterPark at Poland Street and China Town. This theatre participates in the Theatreland Parking Scheme - find out more about the great discounts offered by clicking on the link.



Infra-red system with 12 headsets – free hire upon production of ID. Collected from foyer kiosk. Please contact 0844 482 5137 prior to booking
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Entrance to the auditorium is through the fourth side door on Wardour Street – ask a member of staff to open this for you. One 5cm step up to two wheelchair or scooter parking spaces in C1 and C25 in the Dress Circle.
Adapted toilet with Radar lock in foyer via a ramped corridor. Please ask a member of staff for assistance. Disabled access lavatory at Dress Circle level with street access from Catherine Street