Les Miserables

Les Miserables Theatre Packages

les miserables london theatre packagesLes Miserables has been performed in 42 countries, for over 60 million people and sung in 21 different languages. Having won awards all over the world, including an unprecedented eight Broadway Tony awards, earning itself a unique place in musical history. Not least when, in 2010, it was performed in three different London theatres.

Night after night people are swept away by the power, the passion and the triumph of human spirit of one of the most famous, and well-loved musicals.

After 19 years in prison Jean Valjean is a free man, yet marked by his parole papers he is made an outcast. In an attempt to start his life anew Jean Valjean changes his name and moves away, breaking his parole. Pursued by Inspector Javert the two men’s lives interweave as their paths cross time and time again. With an array of emotive characters, driving plot twists and impressive songs Les Misérables London has placed itself firmly in the hearts of its audience.

Les Misérables award winning score includes the songs I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, One More Day and Do You Hear The People Sing which continues to thrill audiences night after night.

Les Miserables Tickets and Theatre Packages

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 Theatre: Queens Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, W1V 8BA, London
Performance Times:  Evenings: Mon-Sat 7.30pm
Matinees: Wed & Sat 2.30pm
 Closest Tube: Piccadilly Circus on the Piccadilly Line

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  1. Dates for the show while Matt Lucas is in it are selling out now – just 20 and 27 Aug and 03 and 10 September left. 10 September is his last night too so could be a bit of a party!


  2. We say: Another favourite show – the music, the story, the set, the costumes, the singing, the orchestra – I like it when you can see where your money has been spent when I visit a London theatre.

    There is a reason why this show has been playing in London for 25 years – and that is because it is universally loved.

    Go on, fall in love with Les Miserables… but take a hanky!








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