Les Miserables The Staged Concert, London Show

Les Misérables – The Staged Concert

Sondheim Theatre, London
Booking to 5 September 2021
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Cameron Mackintosh presents a star-studded production of Les Misérables – The Staged Concert at the Sondheim Theatre.

Following a spectacular sell-out production at the Gielgud Theatre in 2019, Les Misérables – The Staged Concert  returns for a limited season this Summer.

Led by Jon Robyns as Jean Valjean, Bradley Jaden as Javert, Lucie Jones as Fantine and Shan Ako as Éponine alongside a company of over 50 actors and musicians.

A compelling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption, Les Misérables 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.

Les Misérables The All-Star Staged Concert is booking until 5 September 2021 at the Sondheim Theatre, London.

What’s the Story?

Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Misérables tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his quest for redemption.

Having served 17 years in prison for stealing a loaf of bread for his starving niece, a kindly Bishop inspires Valjean to begin a new life.

Breaking parole to start a new life, Valjean is hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert.

When Valjean agrees to care for factory worker Fantine’s young daughter, Cosette, their lives change forever.

Who’s in it? Les Misérables Cast

The principal cast includes Jon Robyns as Jean Valjean, Bradley Jaden as Javert, Lucie Jones as Fantine, Shan Ako as Éponine, Harry Apps as Marius, Gerard Carey as Thénardier and Josefina Gabrielle as Madame Thénardier. 

Creative Team

Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Les Misérables is written by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg and is based on the novel by Victor Hugo. It has music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and original French text by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel with additional material by James Fenton and adaptation by Trevor Nunn and John Caird.

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Performance dates
Booking to 5 September 2021
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Important Notes

Running Time: 2 hours 45 minutes

Age recommendation: 7+

Please note: The performance includes gunfire, smoke and flashing light effects.

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Matt Lucas temporarily joins cast of ‘Les Misérables’ at the Sondheim Theatre
Matt Lucas has temporarily joined the cast of Les Misérables at the newly refurbished Sondheim Theatre in London. The Little Britain star will play the role of Thénardier for six weeks, temporarily replacing Gerard Carey, who is taking a leave of absence to rest his vocal chords and avoid long-term damage to his voice. Carey is expected to return to the production February 3, 2020. Lucas previously played Thénardier in Les Misérables—The Staged Concert at London’s Gielgud which just completed its run in November. In a statement producer Cameron Mackintosh said, “Just as I was thanking the gods of the theatre for getting the spectacularly rebuilt Sondheim Theatre open on schedule with our brilliant new cast and production, we heard that our irrepressible Thénardier, Gerard Carey, would not be allowed to perform for several weeks due to a serious problem with his vocal chords. Though obviously a disappointment for him and all of us, I’m thrilled to announce that Matt Lucas has volunteered to abandon his Christmas plans and rejoin Les Miz as Master of the House after his recent triumph in the staged concert at the Gielgud Theatre.” Lucas’ other theatre credits include Taboo at the Leicester Square Theatre and the touring production of Little Britain Live. The new production of Les Misérables is led by Jon Robyns (Hamilton) as Jean Valjean, Bradley Jaden (Wicked) as Javert, Carrie Hope Fletcher (Heathers) as Fantine, Shan Ako as Eponine, Josefina Gabrielle as Madame Thénardier, Ashley Gilmour as Enjolras, and Lily Kerhoas as Cosette. Fletcher, Jaden, Ako, and Kerhoas performed these roles alongside Lucas in Les Misérables—The Staged Concert at London’s Gielgud Theatre. Les Misérables is currently booking until 17 October 2020 at the Sondheim Theatre, London. Les Misérables Tickets are available now.
Les Misérables concert production to be screened in cinemas
Les Misérables fans rejoice, the sold-out concert production currently storming the Gielgud Theatre in London will be broadcast to cinemas next month. Les Miserables: The All-Star Staged Concert will hit the big screen on 2 December 2019 as a special additional performance of the production is broadcast live to cinemas in the UK, Ireland and the US. Announcing the cinema screening, producer Cameron Mackintosh said: “The extraordinary sell-out success and response to our spectacular new theatrical concert staging of Les Misérables has been phenomenal, so we are thrilled to add one final extra performance.” Mackintosh added the event would be a “unique shared experience of thrilling drama, glorious music and sensational singing performed by an all-star cast and an orchestra of over 65”. Starring Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Carrie Hope Fletcher and Matt Lucas the concert version has been running at the Gielgud Theatre whilst its home, the newly renamed Sondheim Theatre undergoes extensive refurbishment. The concert plays its last scheduled performance at the Gielgud on 30 November 2019. Tickets to the performance on 2 December 2019 will be allocated by a lottery. For those that can't make the cinema, it was also announced that the show will be released on DVD next year, and will also be released as an album. Les Misérables is written by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg and produced by Mackintosh. The 2009 staging of the production will re-open the Sondheim Theatre on 18 December 2019. Les Misérables is booking from 18 December 2019 until 4 April 2020 at the Sondheim Theatre, London. Les Misérables tickets are available to book now.
Carrie Hope Fletcher, Jon Robyns and Bradley Jaden to star in new Les Miserables production
Casting has been announced for the new production of Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre, which reopens on 18 December 2019. Jon Robyns (Hamilton, Avenue Q) will play Jean Valjean, Bradley Jaden (Wicked, Shrek The Musical) will play Javert, Gerard Carey (Mary Poppins, Half A Sixpence) will play Thenardier, Carrie Hope Fletcher (Heathers, The Addams Family) will play Fantine, Shan Ako will play Eponine, Josefina Gabrielle (Chicago, Sweet Charity) will play Madame Thénardier, Ashley Gilmour (Miss Saigon, Hairspray) will play Enjolras and Lily Kerhoas will play Cosette. Carrie Hope Fletcher will play Fantine from 18 December 2019 until 29 February 2020 and then again from 20 April 2020 until 25 July 2020. Rachelle Ann Go (Hamilton, Miss Saigon) will play the role from 2 March 2020 until 18 April 2020 and then again from 27 July 2020. They will be joined by Kelly Agbowu, Ciarán Bowling, Richard Carson, Rodney Earl Clarke, Matthew Dale, Matt Dempsey, Harry Dunnett, Jessie Hart, Jessica Joslin, Sarah Lark, Georgie Lovatt, Ellie Ann Lowe, Luke McCall, Leo Miles, Claire O'Leary, Shane O'Riordan, Kathy Peacock, Sam Peggs, Mark Pearce, Emma Warren, Sake Wijers, Mared Williams and Samuel Wyn-Morris. Producer Cameron Mackintosh said: "I am thrilled that we have found a brilliant and exciting cast to open my new production at the Sondheim theatre, many of whom were not even born when the show first opened! Mackintosh added "I am particularly delighted that Jon Robyns will be leading the company as Jean Valjean. Jon originally played the role of Enjolras when I first produced this new production in 2010. He also starred in Avenue Q for me in the West End and is currently having a huge success as King George in Hamilton at the Victoria Palace." Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's musical, adapted from the novel by Victor Hugo, will reopen the newly refurbished and renamed Sondheim Theatre on 18 December 2019, where the 2009 staging of the production will be performed. The original production of Les Misérables premiered at the Barbican Theatre on 8 September 1985 with a cast including Patti Lupone and Michael Ball. Whilst the critics were less than favourable, the show proved a massive hit with audiences with the show transferring to the Palace Theatre, where it ran for 19 years (1985 to 2004) and then transferred to the smaller Sondheim Theatre (formerly Queens Theatre) where it ran for a further 15 years from 3 April 2004 until 13 July 2019. Les Misérables is booking from 18 December 2019 until 4 April 2020 at the Sondheim Theatre, London. Les Misérables tickets are available to book now.
Les Miserables in Concert: Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Carrie Hope Fletcher photos released
Production images of Les Miserables The Staged Concert starring Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Carrie Hope Fletcher and Matt Lucas at the Gielgud Theatre in London have been released. The limited staged concert production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's musical is running at the Gielguld theatre in the West End whilst the long-standing home of  Les Miserables, the Sondheim Theatre (formerly the Queens Theatre) undergoes extensive refurbishment. Producer Cameron Mackintosh has brought together Les Mis fan-favourites to this production which was previously staged at the Royal Albert Hall and the O2 in London. The lead cast features Michael Ball as Javert, Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean, Carrie Hope Fletcher as Fantine, Matt Lucas as Thénardier, Rob Houchen as Marius, Bradley Jaden as Enjolras, Katy Secombe as Madame Thénardier, Shan Ako as Éponine and Lily Kerhoas as Cosette. And as an extra special treat John Owen-Jones will play Jean Valjean for three performances a week. Now in its 35th year in London, Les Misérables is the world’s longest-running musical. The full scale production will return to the Sondheim Theatre in December 2019, where the 2009 staging of the musical will be performed.   [ngg src="galleries" ids="622" display="basic_imagebrowser"]  Les Misérables - The Staged Concert is booking until 30 November 2019 at the Gielgud Theatre, London. Les Misérables - The Staged Concert tickets are available now
Les Misérable – The Staged Concert / final cast announced
Final casting has been announced for the West End production of Les Misérable - The All Star Staged Concert. Shan Ako and Lily Kerhoas will complete the principal casting as Éponine and Cosette respectively. They join the previously announced Michael Ball as Javert, Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean, Carrie Hope Fletcher as Fantine, Matt Lucas as Thénardier, Rob Houchen as Marius, Bradley Jaden as Enjolras, Katy Secombe as Madame Thénardier and, for three performances a week, John Owen-Jones as Jean Valjean. The Company also includes Rosanna Bates, Adam Bayjou, Ciarán Bowling, Simon Bowman, Oliver Brenin, Earl Carpenter, Vinny Coyle, Samantha Dorsey, Tamsin Dowsett, Nicola Espallardo, Celia Graham, Barnaby Hughes, Holly-Anne Hull, Oliver Jackson, Christopher Jacobsen, Gavin James, Will Jennings, Ciaran Joyce, Katie Kerr, Sarah Lark, Joanna Loxton, Craig Mather, Stephen Matthews, James Nicholson, Rosa O’Reilly, Claire Parrish, Sophie Reeves, Grainne Renihan, Leo Roberts, Raymond Walsh, Gemma Wardle and Andrew York. The concert production, previously staged at the Royal Albert Hall and the O2, will have a limited 16-week run at the Gielgud Theatre, whilst the Sondheim Theatre formerly the Queens Theatre, undergoes refurbishment. Les Misérables is the world’s longest-running musical now in its 35th year in London. Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's musical, adapted from the novel by Victor Hugo, will return to the Sondheim Theatre in December 2019, where the 2009 staging of the production will be performed. Les Misérables -The All Star Staged Concert is booking from 10 August 2019 until 30 November 2019 at the Gielgud Theatre, London. Les Misérables - The All Star Staged Concert tickets are available now
Les Misérables / Michael Ball, Alfie Boe & John-Owen Jones return to West End show
Michael Ball, Alfie Boe and John-Owen Jones will return to Les Misérables for an all-star concert production at the Gielgud Theatre in London’s West End. The concert production, previously staged at the Royal Albert Hall and the O2, will have a limited 16 week run at the Gielgud Theatre, whilst Les Misérables current home, The Queen’s Theatre, undergoes refurbishment. Michael Ball, who originated the role of Marius in the original Barbican theatre production, will take on the role of Inspector Javert with Alfie Boe returning to the role of Jean Valjean. John-Owen Jones will perform the role of Jean Valjean for three performances a week. [caption id="attachment_62707" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Carrie Hope Fletcher, Matt Lucas & Katy Secombe,[/caption] The all-star production will also feature Carrie Hope Fletcher, Matt Lucas and Katy Secombe in the roles of Fantine, Thenardier and Madame Thenardier. Further casting to be announced. Producer Cameron Mackintosh said: "Les Misérables is the only musical ever that has been equally successful on stage, film, in concert and in the classroom. Its spectacular staged concerts are legendary successes, just as popular as the stage show. "I am thrilled that the plan to keep Les Misérables running in London with a staged concert version on Shaftesbury Avenue during the enforced closure period has attracted such a stellar cast, with Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Carrie Hope Fletcher, John Owen Jones, Matt Lucas and Katy Secombe, who all have a very close personal connection to the history of the show." Les Misérables is the world’s longest-running musical now in its 34th year in London. Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's musical, adapted from the novel by Victor Hugo, will return to the Queen's Theatre in December 2019, where the 2009 staging of the production will be performed. Find tickets to Les Misérable - All-Star Concert Les Misérables will run from 10 August 2019 until 30 November 2019 at the Gielgud Theatre, London.
Les Miserables | All change for this iconic West End show
Cameron Mackintosh's West End production of Les Miserables is set for some major changes in 2019. The Original 1985 London production will move to the Gielguld Theatre for a four month season whilst its home of the last 15 years, the Queen's Theatre, undergoes a much-needed renovation. When the show returns to the Queens Theatre in December 2019, it will be the 25th anniversary production which premiered on Broadway in 2009. The announcement comes alongside news that current UK tour of the 25th anniversary production of Les Miserables has already taken a record-breaking advance of £30 million. The UK tour opened in Dublin in December 2018, and runs until January 2020, travelling to Manchester, Birmingham, Milton Keynes and Newcastle. The hugely successful 25th anniversary production has already toured the US, with current box office income for the US tour standing at $250 million. Producer Cameron Mackintosh said: “I am continually amazed that Les Miserables in its fourth decade continues to break new ground and new records. “The show’s astonishing success is a tribute to the story’s power to move and inspire which is at the heart of both the original novel and the musical. Tomorrow will always come for Les Miserables.” Les Miserables premiered at the Barbican Theatre on 8 September 1985 with a cast including Patti Lupone and Michael Ball. Whilst the critics were scathing of the show it proved a hit with audiences and it transferred later that year to Palace Theatre where it ran until 2004. The show then moved to its current home at the Queen's Theatre, previewing on 3 April 2004 and opening on 12 April 2004. Find tickets to Les Miserables The original 1985 production of Les Miserables will continue to play at the Queen’s Theatre until July 13, 2019.
Les Miserables announce major West End cast changes.
Major cast changes have been announced for the West End production of Les Miserables this Summer. From Monday 11 June 2018, Dean Chisnall, Vivien Parry, Elena Skye, Toby Miles and Amara Okereke will join continuing cast members Steven Meo and Carley Stenson in the show. Dean Chisnall will play Jean Valjean, replacing Killian Donnelly who will be playing the role on a national tour. Chisnall’s previous theatre credits include The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾ The Musical (Menier Chocolate Factory), Working (Southwark Playhouse) and Shrek (Theatre Royal Drury Lane). Vivien Parry will play Madame Thénardier. Her West End credits include Half a Sixpence (Noel Coward Theatre), Top Hat (Aldwych Theatre) and Mamma Mia! (Prince of Wales). Elena Skye joins the cast as Eponine - she made her West End debut in 2016 playing Lauren in Kinky Boots. [caption id="attachment_58391" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Elena Skye & Vivien Parry[/caption] Toby Miles will make his professional debut as Marius with Amara Okereke playing the rolse of Cossette. [caption id="attachment_58390" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Amara Okereke & Toby Miles[/caption] Two days after he departs from the West End production of Wicked, Bradley Jaden will take over the role of Javert on 23 July. Jaden returns to Les Miserables after playing Enjolras in the 30th anniversary cast. Buy tickets to Les Miserables Les Misérables is currently booking until 2 March 2019 at the Queen's Theatre, London.
Cast changes at Les Miserables: Phil Daniels, Jeremy Secomb, Rachelle Ann Go
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). The cast changes at Les Miserables will take place from 15 June 2015. Phil Daniels will join the cast as Thénardier, Jeremy Secomb currently starring in the sold-out Sweeney Todd at Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop will play Javert, Rachelle Ann Go plays Fantine,  Katy Secombe plays Madame Thénardier and Zoë Doano plays Cosette. Peter Lockyer will continue to star as Jean Valjean, Rob Houchen as Marius and Carrie Hope Fletcher as Eponine. Bradley Jaden, who is currently in the ensemble, will play Enjolras. The full company will be as follows: Adam Bayjou; Sanne den Besten; Edd Campbell Bird; Oliver Brenin; David Burnip; Phil Daniels; Jordan Lee Davies; Zoë Doano; Tamsin Dowsett; Carrie Hope Fletcher; Rachelle Ann Go; Katy Hanna; Matthew Harvey; Rob Houchen; Bradley Jaden; Matt Jeans; Charlotte Kennedy; Emma Kingston; Peter Lockyer; Jo Loxton; Luke McCall; Ryan O'Gorman; Jo Parsons; Adam Pearce; Michael Riseley; Jeremy Secomb; Katy Secombe; Courney Stapleton; Jessamy Stoddart; Samantha Thomas; Lee Van Geleen; Helen Walsh and Paul Wilkins. Phil Daniels rose to fame through his roles in “Quadrophenia” and “Scum”. Other notable TV credits include: “Moonfleet”, “Holding On”, “Outlaws”, “EastEnders”, “Rock & Chips”, “New Tricks” and “Poirot”. His theatre credits include most recently” Knight Of The Burning Pestle” at Shakespeare’s Globe as well as “This House” at the National Theatre and “Anthony & Cleopatra” at Shakespeare’s Globe. BOOK TICKETS > [caption id="attachment_37187" align="alignright" width="200"] Jeremy Secomb[/caption] [caption id="attachment_37185" align="alignright" width="200"] Katy Secombe[/caption] CAST BIOGS Phil Daniels rose to fame through his roles in “Quadrophenia” and “Scum”. Other notable TV credits include: “Moonfleet”, “Holding On”, “Outlaws”, “EastEnders”, “Rock & Chips”, “New Tricks” and “Poirot”. His theatre credits include most recently” Knight Of The Burning Pestle” at Shakespeare’s Globe as well as “This House” at the National Theatre and “Anthony & Cleopatra” at Shakespeare’s Globe. Jeremy Secomb is currently playing the title role in the sold out Sweeney Todd at Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop. His other theatre credits include: The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Lend Me A Tenor at the Gielgud Theatre and Priscilla Queen of the Desert at the Palace Theatre.   [caption id="attachment_37184" align="alignright" width="200"] Phil Daniels[/caption] [caption id="attachment_37190" align="alignright" width="200"] Rachel Ann Go[/caption] Rachelle Ann Go has just finished playing the role of Gigi in Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Miss Saigonfor which she won the Whatsonstage Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical. She is a well-known TV star in her native country, the Philippines having won the Search for a Star contest. Rachelle is also a double-platinum recording artist. Katy Secombe returns to the role of Madame Thénardier’ having last played the part in 2012 opposite Matt Lucas. She most recently played the role of Brenda in I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical at the London Palladium. Previous theatre credits include: The Lyons at the Menier Chocolate Factory and Rosie in Mamma Mia! at the Prince of Wales Theatre. Zoë Doano is currently playing the role of Johanna in the sold out Sweeney Todd at Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop. Her other theatre credits include: Marianne in The Grand Tour at the Finborough Theatre; High Society UK Tour, Sweet Smell of Success at The Arcola Theatre, Frenchy in Grease in the West End and The Sound of Music UK Tour. Her TV credits include: Hollyoaks and Doctors. Peter Lockyer prior to joining the West End cast in 2014 Peter 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. 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. Bradley Jaden’s theatre credits include: Ghost, the original UK tour, Shrek The Musical at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, The 12 Tenors tour of Europe and Japan and Peter Pan at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. LES MIS - QUICK FACTS Now in its 30th 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 BOOK TICKETS >
Cast changes at Les Miserables: Peter Lockyer, David Thaxton
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). [caption id="" align="alignright" width="140"] Peter Lockyer[/caption] [caption id="" align="alignright" width="140"] David Thaxton[/caption] 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 BOOK Book tickets to Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre 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

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