Les Miserables to Announce 30th Anniversary Celebrations

Les Miserables to Announce 30th Anniversary Celebrations

The blockbuster and spectacular London Westend production, Les Miserables is all set to mark its entry into the 30th years on 8th October. Rumours are making round that some of the original cast members will perform in the finale. The show has always organised an epic anniversary celebrations to mark 10th and 25th years.

The heart touching show, Les Miserables is adapted from the popular novel by Victor Hugo along with Boublil and Schonberg’s mesmerizing compositions such as "I Dreamed a Dream", "On My Own", "Stars", "Bring Him Home", "Do You Hear the People Sing?", "One Day More", "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables", "Master Of The House" and many more.

On 8th October 1985, Les Miserables made its debut at the Barbican Theatre in London Westend. On 4th December 1985, the show has been transferred to the Palace Theatre and later moved to the current home, Queen’s Theatre on 3rd April 2004.

On 8th October 2006, Les Miserables celebrated its 21st London birthday and went on becoming the World’s Longest Running Musical. The London Westend production of Les Miserables created another record in January 2010 and celebrated its historic 10,000th performance.

The legendary musical, Les Miserables made theatrical history during its 25th anniversary celebration with an international first- three different productions had been played in London. The Original Production at the Queen's Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, the acclaimed New 25th Anniversary Production at the Barbican and the celebratory concert at The O2.

Les Miserables has been enjoyed by 65 million people from all across the globe in 43 countries and in 22 languages. This is one of the most popular London musicals and still going strong amongst the theatre lovers. Experience the magic of London musical, Les Miserables with your dear ones and have a quality time with your loved ones!