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Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre – Cast Highlights

June 17, 2014 

Cast Highlights for Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre

Peter Lockyer

Peter Lockyer

PETER LOCKYER as Jean Valjean

Peter trained at New York University.

His Theatre credits  include Cyrano the Musical on Broadway, Jean Valjean in the USA 25th Anniversary tour of Les Misérables, Chris in Miss Saigon (Broadway & USA 1st National Tour) and as Marius in the 10th Anniversary cast of Les Misérables. Also, Rodlfo in Baz Luhrmann’s Broadway Production of La Bohème, South Pacifc (Lincoln Center Theater and PBS), The Phantom of the Opera (Broadway & USA National Tour), Tom in The Glass Menagerie (Ivoryton Playhouse, Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination).

Directing credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Best Director of a Play), Omaha Symphony Christmas Spectacular.

Concerts include alongside Barbra Streisand in her first European Concert Tour; World premiere of Do You Hear the People Sing the music of Claude-Michel Schönberg & Alain Boublil.

TV includes Yonkers in Gypsy starring Bette Midler (CBS telefilm).

David Thaxton

David Thaxton

DAVID THAXTON as Javert

David was born in Neath, South Wales and trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

His Theatre credits include Giorgio in Passion (Donmar Warehouse – Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical), Maximilian in Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory), Enjolras in Les Misérables (Queen’s), Raoul in Love Never Dies (Adelphi), West End Men (Vaudeville), creating the role of the Wolf in the world premiere of John Doyle’s The Tailors Daughter (Welsh National Youth Opera), soloist at the opening gala for the Wales Millennium Centre, Foreman in Trial by Jury, and the subsequent Chandos recording (BBC National Orchestra of Wales, St David’s Hall), Nick Shadow in The Rake’s Progress (Wales Millennium Centre), Harasta in The Cunning Little Vixen (Cardiff Sherman), Sweeney Todd (Norwich Playhouse).

 

CELINDE SCHOENMAKER as Fantine

Born in the Netherlands, Celinde graduated from Fontys Conservatoire in Music Theatre in Tilburg.

Theatre credits include Lily in The Secret Garden and The Grand Hotel, Night, Mother, Les Misérables in London, Love Story on tour in Holland.

 

CARRIE HOPE FLETCHER as Eponine

Carrie’s Theatre credits include Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (original cast, Prince Edward), Jemima Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (original cast, London Palladium) and Weasel/Duck in The Wind in the Willows (Open Air, Regent’s Park).

TV work includes Tanya in In Two Minds, Rocky in Break Kids and Jenny in Dog and Duck.

Concert work includes as a singer/songwriter Carrie most recently supported Sheytoons in concert (St James Theatre) and Ramin Karimloo’s 2012 Road to Find Out tour.

 

EMILIE FLEMING as Cosette

Emillie trained at The Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre credits include Oliver! (The Sheffield Crucible), Berlin – The Musical (The Bloomsbury Theatre London), Jesus Christ Superstar (Ivy Arts Theatre), Jerry Springer The Opera (Electric Theatre), Fings Aint Wot They Used T’Be (Ivy Arts Theatre), Carousel (GSA), Les Misérables 20th Anniversary (Queens Theatre) and Voices For A Better World (O2 Arena).

TV credits include Over The Rainbow – Finalist (BBC One/ Fountain Studios).

 

MICHAEL COLBOURNE as Enjolras

Michael trained at Guildford School of Acting. Credits whilst training include Warner in Legally Blonde, Company in Songs For A New World, Mr March in Steven Luke Walker’s Little Women and Cop/Ensemble in Footloose.

Theatre credits  include Young Buddy in Follies (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre), Axel in The Other School (National Youth Music Theatre), Cinders: Boom or Bust (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), supporting singer in Tell Me On A Sunday (St James Theatre), Featured Ensemble in Jule, Jerry & Steve (Alex Parker Productions) and workshops of Waterbabies and The Devil’s Advocate.

TV credits include Dancer in Pride and Prejudice – Having A Ball (BBC2)

 

ROB HOUCHEN as Marius

Rob trained  in musical theatre at Guildford School of Acting. Credits whilst training included Hanschen Rilow in Spring Awakening, Candide in Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, Abel in Children of Eden and Leo Bloom in The Producers.

 

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Cast changes at Les Miserables: Peter Lockyer, David Thaxton

May 21, 2014 

The West End production of Les Miserables is to change its cast next month at the Queen’s Theatre.

This original production of the show, the world’s longest-running musical, is based on Victor Hugo’s novel, with a score by Boublil and Schönberg, and produced by theatre impressario Cameron Mackintosh (Miss Saigon).

Peter Lockyer

Peter Lockyer

David Thaxton

David Thaxton

The cast changes at Les Miserables will take place from 16 June 2014.

Peter Lockyer will join the cast as Jean Valjean from the US tour of the show, Olivier Award winner David Thaxton will play Javert, Tom Edden plays Thénardier, Celinde Schoenmaker plays Fantine, Michael Colbourne plays Enjolras and Emilie Fleming plays Cosette.

Rob Houchen will continue to star as Marius in the show, with Carrie Hope Fletcher as Eponine and Wendy Ferguson as Madame Thénardier.

The full company will be as follows: Jeremy Batt; Ethan Bradshaw; Melanie Bright; Dougie Carter; Michael Colbourne; Jade Davies; Lee Dillon-Stuart; Tamsin Dowsett; Tom Edden; Christian Edwards; Wendy Ferguson; Emilie Fleming; Carrie Hope Fletcher; James Gant; Carolina Gregory; Rob Houchen; Bradley Jaden; Emma Kingston; Sarah Lark; Jordan Lee Davies; Adam Linstead; Peter Lockyer; Joanna Loxton; Claire Parrish; Adam Pearce; Jonny Purchase; Michael Riseley; Celinde Schoenmaker; Simon Shorten; Ashley Stillburn; Jessamy Stoddart; David Thaxton and Helen Walsh.

Winner of this year’s Olivier Audience Award, Les Miserables

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CAST BIOGS

Peter Lockyer recently completed a year and a half run as Jean Valjean in the sold-out North American 25th Anniversary Tour of “Les Misérables”. He has also appeared as ‘Chris’ in “Miss Saigon” on Broadway and in the first National tour and as ‘Marius’ in the 10th Anniversary production of “Les Misérables” on Broadway.

David Thaxton recently played ‘Giorgio’ in “Passion” at the Donmar Warehouse for which he won the 2011 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Previously he has appeared as ‘Enjolras’ in “Les Misérables” at the Queen’s Theatre and ‘Raoul’ in “Love Never Dies” at the Adelphi Theatre.

Tom Edden appeared in “One Man, Two Guvnors” on Broadway, earning him a Tony Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in 2011. He most recently played ‘Fagin’ in “Oliver!” at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.

Celinde Schoenmaker returns to the role of ‘Fantine’ at the Queen’s Theatre after making her West End debut in the part in 2013. She most recently played ‘Jenny’ in “Love Story” on tour in Holland.

Michael Colbourne most recently played ‘Young Buddy’ in “Follies” at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. He makes his West-End debut in the role.

Emilie Fleming was a finalist in BBC One’s “Over the Rainbow”. Her credits include “Oliver!” at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. She also took part in the “Les Misérables” 20th Anniversary performance schools finale at the Queen’s Theatre.

Rob Houchen trained at Guildford School of Acting and after graduating toured Germany with “The 12 Tenors”.

Carrie Hope Fletcher played ‘Young Eponine’ at the Palace Theatre in 2001. Her West End credits include ‘Jemima Potts’ in “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” at the London Palladium and ‘Jane Banks’ in “Mary Poppins” at the Prince Edward Theatre.

Wendy Ferguson played ‘Carlotta’ in “The Phantom of the Opera” at Her Majesty’s Theatre and the 25th Anniversary at the Royal Albert Hall and ‘Widow Corney’ in “Oliver!” at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

LES MIS – QUICK FACTS

  • Now in its 29th year in London
  • Originally opened at the Barbican Theatre on 8 October 1985
  • Transferred to the Palace Theatre on 4 December 1985
  • Moved to the Queen’s Theatre on 3 April 2004
  • Became the World’s Longest Running Musical on 8 October 2006, surpassing “Cats”
  • Nearly 65 million people worldwide have seen the show in 43 countries and 22 languages
  • There are currently 47 cast recordings of the show
  • The motion picture soundtrack has sold over 1.5 million copies
  • There are over 3,000 productions of the Les Misérables School’s Edition scheduled or being performed by over 150,000 school children in the UK, US and Australia, making it the most successful musical ever produced in schools.
  • The 2012 movie grossed $450 million worldwide to date

Tony Award nominations announced: Brits do well on Broadway

April 29, 2014 

Nominations for the 68th annual Tony Awards were announced today in New York.

Broadway’s Tony Award nominations were announced today, 29 April 2014, at the Paramount Hotel in New York, hosted by Jonathan Groff and Lucy Liu.

Brits on Broadway did particularly well this year, mainly down to the Broadway transfers of Shakespeare’s Globe hits Twelfth Night and Richard III and Michael Grandage’s production of The Cripple of Inishmaan.

Twelfth Night 

Samuel Barnett in Twelfth Night

Samuel Barnett in Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night scooped 7 nominations, running neck and neck with John Tiffany’s production of The Glass Menagerie as the two most successful plays of the nominations. Twelfth Night nods included Best Revival of a Play, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for Samuel Barnett (Chris O’Dowd was also nominated in this category for Of Mice and Men). The play also scored Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play nods for three of its actors – Paul Chahidi, Stephen Fry and Mark Rylance. Tim Carroll was also nominated for Best Direction of a Play. (Paul Chahidi will be tackling more Shakespeare in London this summer with a lead role in Shakespeare in Love).

The company’s Richard III also had a nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for Mark Rylance.

The Cripple of Inishmaan 

Michael Grandage’s London revival of The Cripple of Inishmaan had 6 nominations including Best Revival of a Play, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play for Sarah Greene and and Best Direction of a Play for Michael Grandage.  However, Daniel Radcliffe was not nominated for his leading role.

Other Best Direction of a Play nods went to British director John Tiffany for The Glass Menagerie, and Kenny Leon for A Raisin in the Sun.

Sophie Okonedo also scooped a Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play for A Raisin in the Sun, alongside cast mate Anika Noni Rose.

Les Miserables

Cameron Mackintosh musical Les Misérables, which returned to Broadway in March, scored 3 nominations including Best Revival of a Musical and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical for UK-based actor Ramin Karimloo.

Other Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical nods went to Neil Patrick Harris for Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Andy Karl for Rocky, and Jefferson Mays and Bryce Pinkham for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder.

Other Best Revival of a Musical nominations went to Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Violet.

Creative Brits

Brits in creative roles did particularly well this year.

Tim Rice was nominated for his lyrics to Aladdin in the Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre category alongside Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Chad Beguelin.

Brits dominated Best Scenic Design of a Play, with Bob Crowley for The Glass Menagerie, Es Devlin for Machinal and Christopher Oram for The Cripple of Inishmaan.

Best Scenic Design of a Musical nods included Julian Crouch for Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Best Costume Design of a Play included Jenny Tiramani for Twelfth Night, Best Lighting Design of a Play included Paule Constable for The Cripple of Inishmaan, Best Sound Design of a Play included Alex Baranowski and Best Sound Design of a Musical included Mick Potter for Les Misérables.

Other awards

In other awards, Best play nominations went to James Lapine’s Act One, Robert Schenkkan’s All The Way, Harvey Fierstein’s Casa Valentina, Terrence McNally’s Mothers and Sons and John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar. Best new Musical nods went to After Midnight, Disney’s Aladdin, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder.

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder scooped the most nominations with 10, closely followed by Hedwig and the Angry Inch with 8 and After Midnight with 7.

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play nominations went to Tyne Daly for Mothers and Sons, LaTanya Richardson Jackson for A Raisin in the Sun, Cherry Jones for The Glass Menagerie, Audra McDonald for Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill and Estelle Parsons for The Velocity of Autumn.

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical nods included Mary Bridget Davies for A Night with Janis Joplin, Sutton Foster for Violet, Idina Menzel for If/Then, Jessie Mueller for Beautiful – The Carole King Musical and Kelli O’Hara for The Bridges of Madison County.

The winners of the 68th Tony Awards will be announced on 8 June 2014 in a ceremony from Radio City Music Hall hosted by Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman. The awards will be broadcast live on CBS in the USA from 8pm ET.

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Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre

April 2, 2014 

Les Miserables is the world’s longest-running musical and continues to go from strength to strength for producer Cameron Mackintosh in Trevor Nunn and John Caird’s blockbuster production.

Seen by over 65 million people worldwide in 42 countries and in 21 languages, Les Miserables is one of the world’s most popular musicals. Originally opening in London at the Barbican Theatre on 8 October 1985, it continues to play to packed houses at the Queen’s Theatre in London’s West End.

Now a major movie, Les Miserables is produced by Cameron Mackintosh, adapted and directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird, written by Alain Boublil & Claude-Michel Schonberg with lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer, and based on the novel by Victor Hugo.

A compelling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption, Les Mis is a timeless musical testament to the survival of the human spirit against all of the odds.

Featuring the songs “I Dreamed A Dream”, “Bring Him Home”, “One Day More” and “On My Own” – Les Misérables is the show to end all shows.

THE STORY

Les Miserables is set against the backdrop of 19th-century France and tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean who is hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert after he breaks parole. When Valjean agrees to care for factory worker Fantine’s young daughter, Cosette, their lives change forever.

THE CAST

Peter Lockyer as Jean Valjean, David Thaxton as Javert, Tom Edden as Thénardier, Celinde Schoenmaker as Fantine, Michael Colbourne as Enjolras, Emilie Fleming as Cosette, Rob Houchen as Marius, Carrie Hope Fletcher as Eponine and Wendy Ferguson as Madame Thénardier.

The full company includes: Jeremy Batt; Ethan Bradshaw; Melanie Bright; Dougie Carter; Michael Colbourne; Jade Davies; Lee Dillon-Stuart; Tamsin Dowsett; Tom Edden; Christian Edwards; Wendy Ferguson; Emilie Fleming; Carrie Hope Fletcher; James Gant; Carolina Gregory; Rob Houchen; Bradley Jaden; Emma Kingston; Sarah Lark; Jordan Lee Davies; Adam Linstead; Peter Lockyer; Joanna Loxton; Claire Parrish; Adam Pearce; Jonny Purchase; Michael Riseley; Celinde Schoenmaker; Simon Shorten; Ashley Stillburn; Jessamy Stoddart; David Thaxton and Helen Walsh.

Les Miserables originally opened at the Barbican Theatre on 8 September 1985, closing on 28 October 1985. It then moved to the Palace Theatre on 4 December 1985 where it ran until 27 March 2004. The show then transferred to its current home at the Queen’s Theatre, previewing on 3 April 2004 and opening on 12 April 2004.

 

 

Photos: Les Miserables opening night on Broadway

March 24, 2014 

Photos of the Les Miserables opening night on Broadway

Not one to let an opportunity pass him by, ever canny theatre impressario Cameron Mackintosh has relaunched Les Miserables on Broadway, following the hype and success of the movie.

The show opened at the Imperial Theater on Sunday with an extraordinary cast that included Ramin Karimloo as Jean Valjean, Will Swenson as Javert, Caissie Levy as Fantine, Nikki M. James as Eponine, Andy Mientus as Marius, Charlotte Maltby as Cosette), Kyle Scatliffe as Enjolras, Cliff Saunders as Thenardier) and Keala Settle as Madame Thenardier.

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Les Mis Broadway cast perform ‘One Day More’ on Good Morning America

March 14, 2014 

Cameron Mackintosh has opened his brand new production of Les Miserables in New York.

The cast of Les Mis Broadway performing on Good Morning America this week

The cast of Les Mis Broadway performing on Good Morning America this week

And the cast are working hard to promote the show.

Thursday 13 March 2014 saw them perform on US breakfast show Good Morning America, singing One Day More.

The cast features Ramin Karimloo (The Phantom of the Opera) as Jean Valjean, Will Swenson (Hair, Priscilla) as Javert, Caissie Levy (Ghost, Wicked) as Fantine, Nikki M. James (The Book of Mormon) as Eponine, Andy Mientus (Smash) as Marius, Samantha Hill (The Phantom of the Opera) as Cosette, Cliff Saunders (The 39 Steps) as Thenardier, Keala Settle (Hands on a Hardbody) as Madame Thenardier and Kyle Scatliffe (The Scottsboro Boys) as Enjolras.

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VIDEO: New Les Mis mural

May 16, 2013 

VIDEO: Cameron Mackintosh commissions Les Mis mural for the Queen’s Theatre

New Les Miserables mural uncovered

New Les Miserables mural uncovered

Producer Cameron Mackintosh has commissioned a new mural for the side of the Queen’s Theatre in London – home to his blockbuster show Les Miserables.

The Queen’s Theatre is part of his Delfont Mackintosh theatre group, and in a bid to brighten up the side of the theatre on Wardour Street, he has commissioned artist Martin Jarvis to create a Les Miserables mural.

The mural is also to celebrate the fabulous 12 months that the show has enjoyed including the audience and critical success of the movie version of the show starring Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe.

Watch a video of the making of the mural below.

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Les Miserables – Free Dinner Deal

April 1, 2013 

Enjoy a FREE THEATRE DINNER DEAL for Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London

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Enjoy an exclusive offer to see Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London - enjoying a free theatre dinner when booking a ticket to the show.

Les Miserables is the world’s longest running musical and continues its record breaking run at the Queen’s Theatre in London. Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production of Boublil and Schonberg’s musical won this year’s Olivier Audience Award and continues to thrill audiences night after night. Now enjoy an extra special offer – saving up to £17 on best seats. BUT HURRY – this Les Mis offer ends 24 August at 2.30pm.

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Oscars 2013: Stage set for tribute to Musicals

February 23, 2013 

Excitement is mounting for this year’s Oscars, with the 85th Academy Awards held this Sunday 24 February 2013 at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles.

Rolling out the red carpet for this year's Oscars, outside the Dolby Theater in LA

Rolling out the red carpet for this year’s Oscars, outside the Dolby Theater in LA

And this year the awards show will include a special celebration of Musicals of the last decade, which will provide an ideal opportunity to celebrate the global success of the Les Miserables movie, and experience a show-stopping segment that will feature a who’s who of musicals talent.

Cameron Mackintosh and his team have flown to LA to oversee the Les Mis segment of the show, with the movie up for 8 awards including Best Picture, Best Actor in a leading role for Hugh Jackman and Best Actress in a supporting role for Anne Hathaway.

The producers of the musicals celebration are Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who have put together the tribute to include special highlights from Chicago, Dreamgirls and Les Misérables.

Performers of the musicals will include Jennifer Hudson, Barbra Streisand, Dame Shirley Bassey and Norah Jones. Chicago cast members Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, Renée Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones will reunite for the musical segment alongside the cast of Les Miserbales including Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Aaron Tveit, Samantha Barks and Helena Bonham Carter.

The Dolby Theater in LA - setting of this year's Oscars

The Dolby Theater in LA – setting of this year’s Oscars

Kristin Chenoweth will also join Oscars host Seth MacFarlane for a special musical number as a finale to the show.

And to continue the musicals theme, Michael Feinstein – often dubbed “The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook” – will take the stage on Sunday at the Academy’s official post-Oscar bash, the Governors Ball.

Presenters of this year’s Oscars will include Jennifer Aniston, Michael Douglas, Jamie Foxx, Paul Rudd, Salma Hayek Pinault, Melissa McCarthy, Liam Neeson, John Travolta, Ben Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Mark Wahlberg, Ted and “Marvel’s THE AVENGERS” cast members Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo, Jean Dujardin, Christopher Plummer, Octavia Spencer and Meryl Streep, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Daniel Radcliffe, Channing Tatum and Charlize Theron.

The producers of the musicals celebration, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, have produced a breathtaking variety of movies and TV shows, with films including The Bucket List, Footloose, Hairspray, and Chicago which won six Oscars including Best Picture. For TV they produced Steel Magnolias, Life with Judy Garland and A Raisin in the Sun, plus Smash and Drop Dead Diva. And on Broadway they produced the successful revivals of Promises, Promises with Kristin Chenoweth and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying with Daniel Radcliffe.

The biggest open question that remains is, will Beyonce, Anika Noni Rose and Eddie Murphy join already confirmed Jennifer Hudson and Jamie Foxx for the Dreamgirls tribute? We will have to wait and see!

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Oscar Conversations: Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne and the cast of Les Miserables interviewed ahead of the Academy Awards

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Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London – 48 Hour Sale – Save over 25% off tickets

August 22, 2012 

48 HOUR SALE: Save up to £17 on tickets to Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London

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Enjoy an exclusive offer to see Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London - saving over 25% on tickets. BUT HURRY- this offer must end on Friday 24 August 2012 at 2.30pm.

Les Miserables is the world’s longest running musical and continues its record breaking run at the Queen’s Theatre in London. Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production of Boublil and Schonberg’s musical won this year’s Olivier Audience Award and continues to thrill audiences night after night. Now enjoy an extra special offer – saving up to £17 on best seats. BUT HURRY – this Les Mis offer ends 24 August at 2.30pm.

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