Les Miserables at Queen's Theatre.

Queen's Theatre

Les Miserablesis one of the longest running musicals of the time and is still one of the most loved London Westend shows. In the year1985, the show made its debut and had lukewarm reviews. Gradually the show caught the viewers fancy and became immensely popular. Les Miserables was transferred from Barbican to the Palace Theatre.

The show is adapted from the French novel by Victor Hugo and is set against the backdrop of French Revolution. Les Miserables revolves around the plight of convict Jean Valjean and his intense struggle for survival. The heart touching musical numbers are composed by Alain Boublil, whereas penned by Claude Michel Schonberg.

The major highlight of the Les Miserables is the brilliant musical numbers such as ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, ‘On My Own’ and ‘Bring Him Home’. The musical still seems fresh with the immensely talented cast which comprises of Sierra Boggess, Danielle Hope, Alfie Boe and Ramin Karimloo.

>With powerful story, superb musical numbers and spectacular production, Les Miserables is certainly one of the most wonderful London sagas of the time. The immensely engrossing show runs for 3 hours. The mesmerizing London musical has a few comic elements along with emotional drama.

The incredible London musical Les Miserables is a complete treat for the theatre lovers with brilliant music and amazing performances. Stunning direction and outstanding production makes the show a wonderful experience. So get set for a remarkable time with your near and dear ones!