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Les Miserables Entered its 30th Year at Queens Theatre..

The magic of blockbuster London show, Les Miserables seems to be gripping and getting stronger with time. The longest running musical of the world has recently celebrated its 30th anniversary along with charity gala performance hosted at the Queens Theatre London. Under the spectacular production of Cameron Mackintosh, all the actors along with creators have joined the stage. The show also features Claude Michel Schonberg and Alan Boublil.

Some of the actors who participated were Colm Wilkinson, who played Jean Valjean and Roger Allam first. Frances Ruffelle and Patti Lulone, actresses who portrayed the role of two tragic heroines Eponine and Fantine for the first time also marked their presence. Herbert Kretzmer, who turned 90 last week, writer of English language lyrics to the musical was wished Happy Birthday by both the audience and cast.

40 percent of the Les Miserables tickets have been made available via lottery system that night. It was in the charity of Syria Children’s Appeal by Save the Children Fund. Some of the renowned theatre celebrities such as Jonanthan Pryce, Anthony Andrews and Tom Daley were also present. On 8th October, 1985, Les Miserables made its opening at the magnificent Barbican Theatre, London.

RSC’s production features some of the renowned name such as Trevor Nunn and John Caird. Initially, the show was scorned by the reviewers. However, the show earned huge sales at the box office and went on becoming one of the longest running musicals of the time. The mesmerizing London show has been enjoyed by people from across the globe and earned great reviews by both the classes and masses. The show is certainly a must watch for people of all age groups. Les Miserables is certainly one of the greatest musicals of our time and has been enjoyed by 70 million people across 44 countries and 22 languages.

Show Times

Booking From   Booking Untill
12 Apr 2004   Continues till 2016
Performance Times  
Matinees: Wednesday, Thrusday, 2.30 PM and Saturday 2.30 PM  
Evenings: Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm  
Running Time  
2 hours 30 minutes  


Age Restrictions  
Les Miserables is recommended for children aged 6 and over. Under -3s will not be admitted.
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